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Three of a Kind: Manhattan’s Most Wanted

Uncategorized // Feb 29, 2012

When location and quality come together, it’s a beautiful marriage. Call them trophy homes, perfect properties, or Manhattan’s most wanted. Just don’t call them in a month, because they probably won’t be around that long. Here are three listings on the market that are bound to make fans, fast.


Where: 422 East 72nd Street, 28/29C
Size: 4 bedrooms/3 bathrooms
Asking: $4,250,000
Listed by: Alison Abovsky and Kirk Rundhaug

The Upper East Side has a reputation as a family-friendly neighborhood, and this gorgeous duplex in a full-service condominium building has the perfect layout for a large brood. Add the turnkey condition, with a recently completed design and renovation by a renowned architect, and the appeal is easy to understand. Air and light make good Manhattan homes great, and this 2,900-square-foot space is filled with sunlight and boasts two balconies to take in excellent city views.


195 Bowery, 13
Size: 2 bedrooms/2 bathrooms
Asking: $2,750,000
Listed by: Tony Sargent

Sometimes an apartment’s identity is dictated by its surroundings. In this case, there are almost too many to choose from. The 1,800-square-foot loft rests on the border of perma-hip neighborhoods like SoHo, the Lower East Side and NoLiTa. And it just so happens to be in one of the best buildings on the Bowery, currently being transformed into a hotbed of hospitality, nightlife and culture. With views down to the World Trade Center and Brooklyn Bridge, and up to the Empire State Building, this is a Manhattan home that’s straight out of a storybook.


Where: 1965 Broadway 20-E
Size: 2 bedroom/2.5 bathrooms
Asking: $2,795,000
Listed by: Brendon Desimone

This part of the Upper West Side is one of the most coveted corners of New York because of its proximity to Central Park and Lincoln Center, as well as numerous other cultural institutions, schools, and restaurants. In fact, we would venture to guess that the Upper West Side has the most dedicated fans in the entire city. The Grand Millennium is one of the most revered apartment buildings in the area, offering stunning views and attractive floorplans.