Renowned for its views of iconic buildings and landmarks throughout the city, Manhattan continues to attract buyers and those looking to rent with the allure of sky-high living. For this week’s Three of a Kind, take a look inside three of our most exceptional apartments that offer views of the city from heights that are truly outstanding.
This glamorous home is located on the 35th floor of the extravagant 15 Central Park West, as the building’s only post-construction combination unit. The full-floor home offers eastern, western and southern views, and its sky-high positioning gives it incredible leverage as one of the most sought-after residences in New York City, overlooking all of Central Park, downtown Manhattan and the Hudson River. The master bedroom suite features eastern and southern exposures and each additional bedroom displays views of the Hudson River. With an expansive layout and ideal location, this soaring listing continues to generate buzz throughout the city.
Located on the 22nd floor, this beautifully-renovated and fully-furnished 1-bedroom apartment is located in a full-service, luxury doorman building. Perfect for any renter who appreciates exceptional views of Manhattan’s finest landmarks, the home’s location on East 93rd Street serves as the perfect backdrop for uptown living. In addition to the surrounding landscape, the home offers a custom chef’s kitchen with Sub-Zero refrigerator and granite counters that make this residence ideal for entertaining guests. This home is completed by features such as bamboo flooring and a marble bath.
This home, located right beside Manhattan’s largest park, is centrally-located among Manhattan’s strip of historical and culturally-rich museums, better known as Museum Mile. One Museum Mile offers exceptional architecture, an extravagant layout and culturally-unique aesthetics, designed by renowned American architect Robert A.M. Stern. Located on the 16th floor of the new development property, this luxury apartment boasts unbelievable views of Central Park that go on for miles. To better enjoy the building’s expansive height, One Museum Mile also boasts an impressive rooftop deck.