Six Home Kitchens Where You Can Cook With A View
One of the advantages of New York City is you never need to cook. Whether your kitchen is too small to prepare a proper meal, the stove is needed for extra storage or you just don’t have the time, NYC is full of great restaurants and round-the-clock takeout options to make the kitchen obsolete.
But that doesn’t mean New Yorkers don’t dream of, well, their dream kitchen — complete with stone counters, custom cabinets and top-of-the-line appliances.
The kitchen is the heart of the home — and for these six apartments it’s also the place with the best view.
100 Eleventh Ave., 8A
The stainless steel kitchen of this Chelsea apartment flows into the open living room, which features floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the Hudson River. Featuring three bedrooms and three-and-a-half-bedrooms that home also has views of the High Line, terrazzo floors and custom designed lighting.
11 North Moore St., 6C
This Tribeca, four-bedroom, four-bath loft not only offer 3,000-square-feet of space, but a view of a notable movie spot.
“A kitchen is such a personal space and one with a stunning view is priceless. When you have a kitchen that inspires an owner to create, dream and explore boundaries, it is all the more special. 11 North Moore in particular boasts tremendous views of classic Tribeca including the World Trade Center, Hudson River and famous 'Ghostbusters' firehouse,” said Jason Walker, licensed associate estate broker at CORE. The open kitchen also includes top-of-the-line appliances and a generously-sized pantry.
388 Bridge St., 35B
Located on a high-floor, the three bedroom, three bath apartment has views of the Verrazano Bridge and Uptown Manhattan. With 1,750 square feet of open floor plan living, this Downtown Brooklyn abode features high-end materials, finishes and top-of-the-line appliances, making it the perfect space for entertaining.
101 Warren St., 2840
This high floor, renovated and move-in ready apartment features 3,800 square feet in Tribeca with floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive views. Renovations on the four bedroom, three-and-a-half bath condo include a Bulthaup kitchen, and large media room with kitchenette, There is also an upgraded AV system that controls the apartment’s living environment, including temperature, lights, music and shades.
55 Park Ave., 13FLW
This oversized one bedroom with den and one-and-a-half baths in Murray Hill boasts views of the Empire State Building, Grand Central Terminal and Chrysler Building. A windowed kitchen, specifically offers a view of the Chrysler Building, along with custom cabinetry, marble countertops and updated appliances. Meals can be enjoyed in the dining room, which comfortably seats six.
205 East 92nd St., 37E
Located on the Upper East Side, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment features floor-to-ceiling windows with wirelessly controlled shades and western Manhattan skyline views. The kitchen includes Wolf and Sub-Zero stainless steel appliances. There are also oak wood floors throughout, and over-sized living room that allows for a dining area.