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Master bath at The Four Seasons Private Residences via Evan Joseph Master bath at The Four Seasons Private Residences via Evan Joseph
How did one of the most private spaces get elevated to one of the most luxurious and popular? This refers, of course, to bathrooms. Teenage TikTok users tell The New York Times that bathroom lighting and mirrors greatly enhance their videos, the second-floor women's room is an oasis of cleanliness and solidarity at the Port Authority Bus Terminal, and designers all over New York are bringing an unprecedented level of attention to detail to the bathrooms in new residential developments.
This trend of utilitarian to uber-luxe is also making its way to the shower. Rainfall shower heads, sumptuous materials and sleek fixtures within, and radiant heated floors just outside give reason to savor the moment rather than jump in and out to hose oneself off.

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The Marbury, 164 West 74th Street
The Marbury, 164 West 74th Street Broadway Corridor
The Four Seasons Private Residences, 30 Park Place
The Four Seasons Private Residences, 30 Park Place Tribeca
Beckford House, 301 East 81st Street
Beckford House, 301 East 81st Street Yorkville
40 Bleecker Street
40 Bleecker Street NoHo
Rose Hill, 30 East 29th Street
Rose Hill, 30 East 29th Street Gramercy Park
Some developers boast that they're saving marriages all over New York by having multiple baths in one master suite. In some cases, though, this could give rise to a whole new round of arguments over who gets the one with the walk-in shower and who has to settle for the one with the soaking tub (one-percent problems, amiright?). Even powder rooms are not forgotten in this new environment, but outfitted with high-end finishes and fixtures that would be right at home in their full counterparts. We take a look at new developments throughout New York with the most luxurious baths.

301 East 81st Street
Design and interiors by Studio Sofield

9 Available Listings from $2.5 Million

301-East-81st-Street-2 All images of Beckford House via Douglas Elliman
Fifth, Madison, and Park Avenues are no strangers to luxurious apartments, and a recent building boom is taking that atmosphere east of Lexington Avenue. Designer William Sofield expressed a wish to incorporate the neighborhood's details and charm into a modern development, and the resulting condos speak for themselves. Gracious foyers welcome residents to homes with soaring ceiling and grand living space and chef's kitchens ideal for entertaining. However, the master suites are well set apart to offer the utmost privacy in the bedroom and sanctuary in the bath. Statuary marble walls make a gorgeous backdrop, and radiant heated marble floors lead to a fluted glass shower with integrated towel bars.
301-East-81st-Street-1 Master bath

525 West 27th Street
Design and interiors by Isay Weinfeld

6 Available Listings from $2 Million

525-West-27th-Street-2 (l-r) Photo of Jardim via CityRealty; interiors via Douglas Elliman
Designer Isay Weinfeld rose to prominence through his work on the high-end Fasano Hotels all over the world, and his first residential development in the United States offers the sense of staying in a luxury resort. After walking past the lush garden steps from the High Line, residents enter homes with high ceilings, gracious proportions, warm materials, top-of-the-line appliances in the kitchens, and master baths with graphite marble walls and floors, handsome brass fixtures, and Italian-crafted bathtubs. All that's missing from this hotel-like atmosphere is the mini shampoos and soaps.
525-West-27th-Street-1 Master bath via Evan Joseph

Design and interiors by Workshop/APD
5 Available Listings from $2 Million

111-Leroy-Street-2 All images of 111 Leroy Street via Douglas Elliman
As Hudson Square transitions from industrial to residential, a spate of new condos makes it easier, and indeed more appealing, to imagine living there. 111 Leroy Street's brick facade and large windows pay homage to the past, but the interiors are a source of contemporary comfort. On the opposite side of the expansive living/dining areas and windowed chef's kitchens, the master suites enjoy stunning natural light, enviable closet space, and sumptuous baths clad in statuary marble and outfitted with free-standing soaking tubs and steam showers with built-in bench seating.
111-Leroy-Street-1 Master bath

30 East 29th Street
Design and interiors by CetraRuddy

13 Available Listings from $1.22 Million

30-East-29th-Street-2 All images of Rose Hill via Rockefeller Group
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When designing Rockefeller Group's first residential development in New York, starchitect firm CetraRuddy brought classic Gotham glamour and respect for New York's history to the project while masterfully incorporating the contemporary touches and finishes that today's buyer has come to expect. These include flexible space, oversized windows looking out on highly coveted views, and open kitchens with Miele appliances. Dramatic master suites feature walk-in closets and well-appointed baths with radiant heated floors, custom walnut and bronze vanities, and showers with Greek Dolomite honed stone walls, Breccia Capraia accent walls, and aged brass fixtures.
30-East-29th-Street-1 Master bath

164 West 74th Street
Design by Barry Rice Architects | Interiors by Winter McDermott Designs

4 Available Listings from $2.9 Million

164-West-74th-Street-2 Renderings of The Marbury via Greystone Development
When closings begin at The Marbury later this year, they will take place at a beautiful Beaux Arts building that served as a hotel and headquarters for Phoenix House before its most recent incarnation as a luxury condominium. The facade has been restored to its former glory, but the interiors feature everything the modern buyer has come to demand. This includes high ceilings, oversized windows, excellent flow, and state-of-the-art chef's kitchens. The master suites come with oversized closets and five-fixture baths with custom vanities, Bleu de Savoie walls, and radiant heated Calacatta marble floors.
164-West-74th-Street-1 Master bath

Design by Rawlings Architects | Interiors by Ryan Korban
5 Available Listings from $3.5 Million

40-Bleecker-Street-2 40 Bleecker Street via Douglas Elliman
No detail was overlooked in his custom home designs for Kanye West, James Franco, Alexander Wang, and Jessica Stam, and Ryan Korban brings similar attention to his first residential building at 40 Bleecker Street. The saying "no stone unturned" would literally apply to the master bath: Grigio dove and Calacatta moonlight marble are layered in a pleasing chevron pattern on the floor, and a combination of honed Grigio dove stone and custom lighting design make filters for selfies entirely optional. A shower with an 8" rain head, multifunction hand shower, and Lefroy Brooks polished chrome fixtures turns a daily necessity into a luxurious ritual.
40-Bleecker-Street-1 Master bath via Bjorn Wallender

30 Park Place
Design and interiors by Robert A.M. Stern Architects

13 Available Listings from $1.2 Million

30-Park-Place-2 Four Seasons Private Residences via Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
A short distance from the timeless,world-famous Woolworth Tower, the 926-foot tower at 30 Park Place is a powerhouse in its own right as the tallest condominium in the Lower Manhattan skyline and home of some of the neighborhood's most luxurious condos. From sweet studios to sprawling penthouses, residents can enjoy the hotel's amenities and services, not to mention sweeping river and skyline views through oversized windows, eat-in kitchens with professional-quality appliances, and welcoming living space. Select units' baths have radiant floor heating, and all homes boast baths with marble slab floors, Kallista fittings and accessories, and beautifully designed showers.
30-Park-Place-1 Master bath via Evan Joseph

138 Willoughby Street
Design by Kohn Pedersen Fox | Interiors by Katherine Newman

20 Available Listings from $907K

138-Willoughby-Street-2 All images of Brooklyn Point via Extell
At the moment, Brooklyn Point is the tallest building in the borough. But even when rival 9 Dekalb Avenue overtakes it in the next few years, it will still have the distinction of offering the most enviable amenities, the easiest access to top shopping and dining in City Point, and the most luxurious interiors. All apartments feature oversized windows, excellent light and views, and a choice of fixtures and color palettes in the chef's kitchens. Spa-like master baths are clad in Oro Puro quartz flooring and marble mosaic walls, and beautifully outfitted with custom marble vanities, recessed medicine cabinets with integrated outlets, radiant floor heating, and spa-like showers.
138-Willoughby-Street-1 Master bath

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