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Top 10 mixed-use condo buildings in New York City

Living in a mixed-use building has its undeniable advantages: A mix of uses provides round-the-clock street presence; an elevator ride becomes your commute if you live and work in the same building; retail space lets you dine and shop without venturing outdoors; and full-service amenities are available at most condos that share the building with a hotel. Whatever your needs are, CityRealty has got you covered in our list of the city’s top 10 mixed-use buildings.

#1 - The Woolworth Tower Residences, 2 Park Place

Condo in Tribeca

The Neo-Gothic Woolworth Building was the world’s tallest when it opened in 1913 and is among the world’s most beautiful to this day. While the broad, 30-story base remains in office use, in 2016 the building’s slender upper portion transformed into 33 exclusive condominiums, which benefit not only from some of the city’s finest architecture, but also top-notch services and a prime Downtown location overlooking City Hall Park.


Price Range
$59M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,653
Apts Available
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#2 - Central Park Tower, 217 West 57th Street

Condo in Midtown West

Lavish condos in America’s tallest building (if not counting antennas and spires) sit atop a massive, multi-story Nordstrom department store, the luxury retailer’s flagship.


Price Range
$6.5M - $250M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$6,387
Apts Available
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#3 - The Four Seasons Private Residences, 30 Park Place

Condo in Tribeca

Architect Robert A.M. Stern’s traditionally styled skyscraper shares the block with the Woolworth Building. But while the adjacent Neo-Gothic tower combines condos with offices, 30 Park Place brings its full-time residents the benefit of the services provided by the Four Seasons Hotel, located on the tower’s lower floors.


Price Range
$3M - $45M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,671
Apts Available
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#4 - 35 Hudson Yards, 500 West 33rd Street

Condo in Midtown West

Residents at the tallest apartment building at Hudson Yards hold the privilege of partaking in the services offered by the Equinox Hotel within the supertall tower’s lower floors, most notably its sprawling, opulent fitness center.


Price Range
$5M - $35M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$2,866
Apts Available
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#5 - Residences at the Mandarin Oriental, 80 Columbus Circle

Condo in Central Park West

Not only does the 2.8-million-square-foot complex at Columbus Circle hold one of the city’s most diverse array of uses (office, residential, hotel, shopping center, dining, and a performance hall), but it boasts top-notch services at each of its components, where the all-inclusive residential experience at the twin-towered building is as all-star as it is all-inclusive.


Price Range
$5.2M - $12M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$4,896
Apts Available
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#6 - One High Line, 500 West 18th Street

Condo in Chelsea

The High Line-adjacent, multi-use complex at 76 Eleventh Avenue, designed by Bjarke Ingels, combines 247 condominiums, a 137-room Six Senses Hotel, and 90,000 square feet of retail, spa, club, and art space.


Price Range
$2.2M - $18.8M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,344
Apts Available
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#7 - One Beacon Court, 151 East 58th Street

Condo in Midtown East

In 2004, the 806-foot-tall tower brought ultra-luxe living to the 57th Street vicinity 10 years before the term “Billionaires’ Row” was coined. The 105 condominiums in the tower’s upper half, which look out to Central Park, share the block-spanning complex with the office headquarters of Bloomberg LP and a retail complex on the lower floors.


Price Range
$4M - $58.5M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,674
Apts Available
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#8 - 53 West 53rd Street

Condo in Midtown West

Jean Nouvel’s tapering supertall at 53 West 53rd Street grants condo owners not only sweeping skyline views and a dramatic architectural setting but also special privileges at the Museum of Modern Art, which extends into the tower’s lower floors. These include free museum admission, exhibit previews, MoMA store discounts, and film screenings access.


Price Range
$1.9M - $64.7M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$3,826
Apts Available
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#9 - Metropolitan Tower, 146 West 57th Street

Condo in Midtown West

In 1986, the black-glass skyscraper at 146 West 57th Street became the city’s premier mixed-use property, combining offices on the lower floors with Central Park-facing condos in the wedge-shaped tower above. Today, the building finds itself in the lofty company of Billionaires’ Row supertalls, leading to marked appreciation of the building’s prestige by association.


Price Range
$1.3M - $9M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$1,769
Apts Available
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#10 - Baccarat Hotel & Residences, 20 West 53rd Street

Condo in Midtown West

The 46-story tower across from MoMA places 46 condos atop the Baccarat Hotel, which offers upscale dining, the Spa De La Mer, and amenities such as an indoor pool. As an added bonus, the mixed-use building features a public library branch at the ground floor. The esteemed firm of SKidmore, Owings and Merrill provides refined design inside and out of the skyscraper.


Price Range
$5.4M - $32M
Avg. Price / Ft2
$4,209
Apts Available
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