Always in demand, yet hard to find, a view of New York City landmarks is a buyer’s dream. Located on the Upper East Side, this elevated 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom apartment features stunning views of the city’s landscape, exceeding all expectations. In addition to 1,527-square-feet of interior space, this newly listed property offers spectacular western views of the Chrysler Building, Empire State Building and Central Park. The apartment also features excellent closet space, high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, built-in speakers and a washer/dryer. Additional building amenities include a 24-hour doorman with concierge service, a garage with elevator access, fitness center, playroom, bike room, storage and a beautiful roof deck.
This newly-listed property on the Upper West Side is perfect for anyone who appreciates entertaining, architectural detail and breathtaking views. Designed and beautifully renovated by world-renowned architect Ismael Leyva, this 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom home boasts one-of-a-kind luxury. At 2,733-square feet, this full-floor home offers an open, flexible floor plan complete with a private elevator, Onyx wood burning fireplace, LED lighting, and balconies overlooking Central Park. Featured on The Real Deal, this home also has an integrated stereo and entertainment system, as well as modern architectural details that blend seamlessly with the state-of-the-art conveniences in the Italian lacquer kitchen. The intimate and unique condominium also offers a full-time doorman/concierge, spectacular gym and spectacular rooftop terrace with 360-degree views.
This newly-listed condo represents modern Chelsea living at its finest. Detach from the city in this beautifully decorated, corner condo with open city and river views. The living room is impeccably furnished with a gray Lazzoni sectional and an adjustable coffee/dining table, seamlessly offering both comfort and style in this spacious area. The open kitchen is custom designed and appointed with top of the line appliances, Pietra Cardosa stone countertops and sleek lacquer cabinetry. Located in The Chelsea Stratus, this building features several premium amenities, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor basketball court and sophisticated lounge area, making this home an ideal place for both entertaining and relaxation in the city.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and this newly listed 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment on Perry Street has all of us commenting on its beautiful photos – inside and out. Located at 166 Perry Street, a unique new development where each residence is a corner unit, this modern home is perched above a classic, tree-lined street in the West Village. Floor-to-ceiling windows, high ceilings and an open layout make this apartment effortlessly warm and welcoming.
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It’s not hard to see why this neighborhood gem has attracted notable creative over the years. The Porter House a luxury condominium set atop the historic restoration of the brick Renaissance Revival warehouse originally constructed in 1905 for Julius Wile wine importers. The six-story residential addition was executed by SHoP architects combining the Meatpacking District’s iconic past with design innovation. The generous layout boasts an open living and dining room with expansive windows providing amazing light and views creating a serene oasis in the midst of the happening neighborhood. This home features thoughtful design details including Marilyn Minter wallpaper, distressed quartersawn white-oak floors and a refined Valcucine kitchen. The unique and luxurious Porter House also offers a roofdeck and fitness center as a few of its desirable amenities.
This large apartment in the red-hot Flatiron District has a big, bright and airy feel that is lacking in many pre-war condominium loft buildings, even ones with more famous addresses. (See Adrian Noriega’s listing for all the photos.) The spacious home office is a nice bonus, as are the three full bathrooms, laundry room, direct elevator access and working fireplace. All that said, there’s more to enjoy without leaving the property: The 2,259-square-foot unit sits high on the seventh floor of the Altair 20, a condo that boasts both a gym and a sprawling shared roof deck. Update: This apartment has gone into contract!
Many flock to the Upper East Side for its full-service, white-glove towers, and The Saratoga is one such example — with the added bonus of being a contemporary building (one that enjoys East River views). Whereas other UES buildings have longer histories, The Saratoga offers the benefits of modernity, like big windows, generous layouts and updated mechanical systems. There are only three apartments per floor, and this one enjoys a great east-facing terrace.
Being tucked between Union Square and Madison Square Park is an enviable position, but the area is not known for having a luxurious housing stock. That makes 240 Park Avenue South — which would be a premier building in any neighborhood — all the more appealing. This particular 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom corner unit has a curved living room that helps create a great entertaining space while bringing in plenty of light. It’s also well built for today’s savvy city dweller, as a look at the unit’s features will show you.
The Chelsea Mercantile was one of the most famous buildings downtown even before Katie Holmes moved to the building following her split from Tom Cruise. The building helped establish the luxury loft trend in Chelsea, and amenities include a 24-hour doorman and concierge, gym, children’s playroom, cleaning services, underground parking, 10,000-square-foot roof deck and a Whole Foods market right downstairs. The ceiling heights and finishes are also major Chelsea Mercantile draws, and this flexible one-bedroom unit has towering 14′ ceilings. huge tilt-and-turn windows, custom lighting and a large living/dining room that makes this condominium great for entertaining, a rarity for a one-bedroom home.