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Top 10 Curved Condos in NYC

#1 - 520 West 28th Street

Condo in Chelsea

The High Line has seen some impressive architecture go up around the elevated tracks in recent years, but few with the combination of prestige and artistry on display at 520 West 28th Street. The curves of the building create a sense of movement, not to mention expansive, uninterrupted views of the High Line, the Manhattan skyline, and the Hudson River.


Price Range
$9.5M - $12.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,048
Apts Available
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#2 - One Jackson Square, 122 Greenwich Avenue

Condo in West Village

Located amidst historic West Village architecture, One Jackson Square gracefully undulates above Jackson Square. Its dramatic glass facade fills the units within with incredible natural light.


Price Range
$1.3M - $2.4M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,332
Apts Available
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#3 - 160 Leroy Street

Condo in West Village

Architecture critic Carter Horsley describes 160 Leroy Street as "one of the most curvaceous in the city." The building's gracefully curved facade allows for expansive layouts and floor-to-ceiling windows facing spectacular sunset views.

 describes 160 Leroy Street as "one of the most curvaceous in the city." The building's gracefully curved facade allows for expansive layouts and floor-to-ceiling windows facing spectacular sunset views.


Price Range
$2.5M - $4.3M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,236
Apts Available
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#4 - 111 Murray Street

Condo in Tribeca

The Lower Manhattan skyline has seen some impressive entrants in recent years, and 111 Murray Street makes an elegant statement. Its smooth, curved glass facade allows for unobstructed views of the World Trade Center and the Hudson River.


Price Range
$2M - $6.4M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,063
Apts Available
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#5 - 565 Broome SoHo, 565 Broome Street

Condo in SoHo

Hudson Square is in the midst of a transformation from an industrial neighborhood to a live-work-play area with 565 Broome Soho leading the charge. The gracefully curved development is Renzo Piano Workshop's first residential building in New York City.


Price Range
$1.9M - $7.8M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,052
Apts Available
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#6 - Lantern House, 515 West 18th Street

Condo in Chelsea

Lantern House's oversized bay windows and address by the High Line allows for incredible light, not to mention park and river views. Additionally, the windows allow for impressive interiors and built-in window seats.

oversized bay windows and address by the High Line allows for incredible light, not to mention park and river views. Additionally, the windows allow for impressive interiors and built-in window seats.


Price Range
$1.9M - $17M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,850
Apts Available
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#7 - Fifteen Hudson Yards, 15 Hudson Yards

Condo in Midtown West

Fifteen Hudson Yards ranks among the tallest apartment buildings in the city, and its gently-bowed, glass-clad facade is one of the city’s most graceful. The building adjoins the High Line, The Vessel, The Shed, and the Shops at Hudson Yards. The curved windows allow for spectacular views of the Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline.


Price Range
$2M - $29.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,053
Apts Available
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#8 - The Corinthian, 330 East 38th Street

Condo in Murray Hill

In the local skyline, The Corinthian is distinguished by the large, curved bay windows throughout the full-block building. Residents enjoy spectacular views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline.


Price Range
$925K - $4.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$1,445
Apts Available
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#9 - Astor Place, 445 Lafayette Street

Condop in NoHo

Astor Place stands at the intersection of the East Village and Noho, and the gleaming glass tower makes a modern statement among historic architecture. The apartments within have expansive layouts and curved glass walls.


Price Range
$2.8M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$1,737
Apts Available
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#10 - 50 West, 50 West Street

Condo in Financial District

With its curved glass corners, stainless steel spandrels, and open slanted top, 50 West makes a distinctive addition to the Lower Manhattan skyline. Curved floor-to-ceiling windows allow for jaw-dropping views in all directions, and that is especially the case in southeast-facing units that look out on the Statue of Liberty.


Price Range
$2.7M - $14.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,665
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