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This is an ongoing post that will be updated as more buildings announce virtual tours.

New developments throughout New York City would undoubtedly like to be considered cutting-edge for their architecture, use of smart-home technology, and amenities. However, the COVID-19 pandemic and drastic measures to contain it have shown just how far ahead of the curve some buildings are.

"What you started to see at the end of March – and what will continue to unfold in Q2 – is the dramatic shift in new development marketing from on-site sales galleries and model residences to a robust arsenal of virtual video tools and in-home sales appointments via digital platforms." – Stephen Kliegerman, President, Halstead Development Marketing

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The Vidro, 313 West 121st Street
The Vidro, 313 West 121st Street Harlem
75 Greene Avenue
75 Greene Avenue Fort Greene
40 Bleecker Street
40 Bleecker Street NoHo
Vandewater, 543 West 122nd Street
Vandewater, 543 West 122nd Street Morningside Heights
Spencer Street Apartments, 192 Spencer Street
Spencer Street Apartments, 192 Spencer Street Bedford-Stuyvesant
Virtual sales tools have long since been a part of new development agents' repertoires as they court out-of-state and overseas buyers. But between sales offices temporarily shut down and a moratorium on traditional showings, the technology has expanded from a way of reaching a niche market to allowing all prospective buyers to look at real estate all over New York from the safety of their homes. In addition to video and virtual tours, a growing number of new developments are taking a more personal approach by offering prospective buyers customized walk-throughs of apartments, amenity spaces, and sales offices via Zoom, FaceTime, and WhatsApp. Tours can also be conducted through Facebook Live and Instagram Live. Contact CityRealty to schedule an appointment with an agent.

40-East-End-Avenue-01 All images of 40 East End Avenue via Lightstone
Designer Deborah Berke is a resident of East End Avenue, and she brought her expertise to a partnership with Gerner Kronick + Valcarel at 40 East End Avenue. The result is a modern interpretation of local architecture that fits in beautifully with its surroundings. Elegant features include a charcoal-colored brick façade, hand-cast ornamentation, and double-height windows. All apartments feature 10’ ceilings, oversized casement windows, custom moldings, 8’ doorways, and white oak herringbone floors in the living area. Building amenities include a lounge, children's playroom, fitness center, on-site parking and port-cochere, game room, and library.

565-Broome-Street-01 All images of 565 Broome Soho via Douglas Elliman
Pritzker Prize laureate Renzo Piano's first New York City residential building is a stunning addition to the downtown skyline that offers cinematic skyline views and incredible natural light. Apartments boast open living space, modern kitchens, spa-like baths, and generous closet space. Amenities include a private covered port cochere with automated parking, fitness center with yoga studio, lap pool with spa and steam room, and landscaped lounge with green wall and library.

11-Hoyt-Street-01 All images of 11 Hoyt via Binyan Studios
Studio Gang's first New York residential building is immediately distinguished by its scalloped facade. On the outside, it forms an organized pattern that animates the building as light hits it at all hours of the day. On the inside, it enhances the views and provides built-in window seats to enjoy them. Interiors also feature 10' ceilings, grand entrance galleries, open chef's kitchens, abundant closet space, and a choice of finishes. Residents have access to a private park, private driveway, private dog run, and outdoor hot tubs. Indoor amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, sports courts, pool, sauna and steam room, co-working lounge, children's playroom, game room, and screening room.

111-West-57th-Street-01 All images of 111 West 57th Street via Douglas Elliman
111 West 57th Street is the second-tallest building in America, allowing residents to enjoy city vistas to rival those from the Empire State Building through extra-tall windows. Interior features of apartments in the world's thinnest skyscraper include sophisticated finishes, open chef's kitchens, and spa-like baths. Residents are welcomed by a private port-cochere and opulent attended lobby, and amenities include a double-height fitness center, indoor pool with cabanas and separate spa area, lounge with terrace, and private dining room and catering kitchen.

76-Eleventh-Avenue-01 All renderings of The XI via DBOX for HFZ Capital Group
Designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, The XI occupies a full city block between West 17th and 18th Streets and makes a distinctive addition to the West Chelsea skyline. One of the sculptural towers is entirely residential, and the other houses the first Six Senses Hotel outpost in the United States. Residents of both towers will enjoy unsurpassed views of the midtown skyline, the downtown skyline, the High Line, Hudson Yards, and the Hudson River through oversized windows, and the tilting design of the towers makes the most of them. A private port-cochere welcomes residents home, and amenities include a glass-enclosed indoor pool, spa area, state-of-the-art fitness center, and social lounges.

10-Lenox-Avenue-01 All images of 10 Lenox Avenue via Halstead
10 Lenox Avenue pays homage to its dignified, pre-war neighborhood through a traditional design palette of a stone-clad base, tapestry brick, stone sills, and projecting molding courses. No more than six units per floor allow for excellent privacy, and interiors boast luxe materials, abundant light, elegant kitchens, and custom closet systems. Amenities include a rooftop lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center, children's playroom, bike room, and storage. See all listings and details here.

8-Saint-Marks-Place-01 All images of Eight Saint Mark's Place via Halstead
Eight Saint Mark's Place is a gracious condominium in a charming section of Brooklyn. Immense windows fill the units with abundant natural light, and interiors display open living areas, custom kitchens, and sleek, modern baths. Select homes feature private outdoor space, and all residents enjoy amenities like virtual doorman service, a bike room, private storage, and a roof deck. See all listings and details here.

185-18th-Street-01 All images of Arbor Eighteen via Halstead
Arbor Eighteen is a condominium designed to reflect the unhurried nature of its setting near some of Brooklyn's lushest green space. Apartments start on the fourth floor to make the most of panoramic views of Prospect Park, Greenwood Cemetery, Industry City, the Hudson River, and the Statue of Liberty. Amenities include a double-height lobby, arboretum, Zen garden, lounge, fitness center with yoga studio, infrared sauna, and roof deck. See all listings and details here.

40-Bleecker-Street-01 40 Bleecker Street rendering via Williams New York
40-Bleecker-Street-02 Interiors via 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. Interiors feature high coved ceilings, generous windows, elegant chef's kitchens, and luxurious baths. The retail tenant, Clean Market, offers residents in-home IV drips for energy, immunity, stress, and hangovers. Additional amenities include a courtyard garden, fitness center, and indoor pool. See all listings and details here.

200-East-95th-Street-1 All images of The Kent via Beyer Blinder Belle / Extell Development
The Kent is an elegantly designed Upper East Side tower situated only one block from the Second Avenue subway, and close to top parks and private schools. Residents of the two- to five-bedroom apartments enjoy interiors by Champalimaud Design, fine finishes, and incredible natural light. Residential amenities include a fitness center with heated lap pool, a Garden Salon, an indoor/outdoor children's playroom, and sound lounge designed by Lenny Kravitz. See all listings and details here.

313-West-121st-Street-01 All images of The Vidro via MNS
Vidro is a ground up condominium that takes its name from the Portuguese word for "glass," as inspired by its custom facade. All units enjoy smart intercom systems, floor-to-ceiling custom casement windows, oak floors, high-end kitchens, and in-unit Bosch washer/dryers. Each unit is reached by private elevator, and a common roof deck's lounging areas look out on open city and park views. See all listings and details here.

567-Ocean-Avenue-01 All images of 567 Ocean Avenue via MNS
567 Ocean Avenue is a tasteful condominium on a tree-lined Brooklyn block. All units enjoy open layouts, abundant natural light, white oak hardwood flooring, washer/dryer hookups, warm kitchens with natural materials, and sleek spa-like baths. Select units have private balconies, and all residents have access to a fitness center, landscaped courtyard, children's playroom, party room, and landscape roof deck. Deeded parking and personal storage are available for an additional fee, and the building is well situated near Prospect Park, Kings Theatre, and the Church Avenue B/Q subway stop. See all listings and details here.

30-East-29th-Street-1 All images of Rose Hill via Core Group
Rockefeller Group furthers its legacy of pioneering excellence in New York City with Rose Hill, its first residential building that combining the elegance and glamour of a classic Gotham aesthetic interpreted in a modern vocabulary for contemporary New York City living in a design by CetraRuddy. The thoughtfully composed residences feature flexible layouts, high ceilings, luxe finishes, and incredible light and views. The double-height lobby leads to a lounge and landscaped courtyard, and additional amenities include a gym curated by Fhitting Room, a professional-grade squash court, an indoor pool, and two common terraces on the 37th floor. See all listings and details here.

10 Riverside Boulevard, 400 West 61st Street, and 639 West 59th Street
19 one- to four-bedroom units from $1.9M - $8.4M

Waterline-Square-01 All images of Waterline Square via The Corcoran Group
Located on the cusp of Midtown West and the Upper West Side, the three-building Waterline Square development has utterly transformed this section of the skyline and the neighborhood alike. Its offerings include a new park, the first-ever Cipriani food hall, a new Empellon outpost, and hundreds of new rental units and condos alike in three buildings designed by some of the biggest names in architecture and interior design. Each building has its own luxurious indoor and outdoor amenities, and all buildings are connected by The Waterline Club, an amenity suite measuring over 100,000 square feet and offering sports courts, programs, and areas to cater to seemingly every hobby and interest. See all listings and details here.

75-Greene-Avenue-01 All images of 75 Greene via MNS
After the Roman Catholic Diocese sold its Chancery of Catholic Diocese in Fort Greene for $8.4 million, the developer took great care to preserve the building's brick-splayed lintels, arches, and other prewar architectural details. However, the interiors were upgraded with open layouts, oversized windows, in-unit washer/dryers, chef's kitchens, and marble master baths. The building is four blocks from Fort Greene Park, but residents have a private landscaped courtyard. Additional amenities include a video doorman, fitness center, package room, and bike room. See all listings and details here.

42-14-Crescent-Street-01 All images of The Independent via MNS
The Independent was built as a rental in 2017, but converted to a luxury cooperative in 2019. In any incarnation, the red brick facade, broad windows, and spandrel grills evoke the neighborhood's industrial heritage. Interiors feature open-plan living areas, abundant natural light, sleek kitchens with Bosch appliances, and peaceful baths. Amenities include storage, bike room, fitness center, lounge, courtyard with grill, and a landscaped roof deck. See all listings and details here.

70-Charlton-Street-1 All images of 70 Charlton Street via Extell
Located in the rapidly evolving Hudson Square section of Soho, 70 Charlton is comprised of two 21-story, mid-block buildings connected by a landscaped courtyard with a green wall, and a glass-enclosed breezeway with a curved inner wall. All units enjoy incredible natural light and views, high-end kitchens, and generous closet space. Amenities and services include 24-hour doorman/concierge, package room with cold storage, fitness center, indoor saltwater pool, children's playroom, and residents' lounge with catering kitchen. See all listings and details here.

385-First-Avenue-1 All images of Coda via The Corcoran Group
The name Coda is taken from a musical piece's finale, but this transformed building marked a new beginning for this stretch of Gramercy. The recently renovated interiors boast open layouts, oversized windows, high-end finishes and appliances, and a rich combination of modern lines and natural elements. Residential amenities include a private fitness room, lounge, landscaped terrace with grill, and roof deck with river views. See all listings and details here.

138-Willoughby-Street-1 All images of Brooklyn Point via Extell
Brooklyn Point rises over 700 feet high and is crowned with the Western Hemisphere's highest infinity pool in a residential building. Apartments feature interiors by Katherine Newman Design, oversized windows looking out on spectacular skyline and river views, a choice of finishes in the high-end kitchens, and spa-like baths. In addition to the rooftop pool and screening area, residential amenities include a fitness center, indoor pool and spa area, landscaped terrace, indoor/outdoor children's playroom, screening room, and chef's kitchen. It is part of the larger City Point development that is home to Trader Joe's, Dekalb Market Hall, and Target among other retail, dining, and entertainment. See all listings and details here.

277-Fifth-Avenue-1 All images of 277 Fifth Avenue via Evan Joseph Photography
If NoMad has blossomed into one of New York's most in-demand neighborhoods, 277 Fifth Avenue has risen to become one of its most highly coveted residences. The tallest residential tower on Fifth Avenue, the building's thoughtful design by Rafael Vinoly allowed the interiors to be column-free so as to make the most of views of the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, Madison Square Park, the Hudson River, and the Lower Manhattan skyline. Interiors feature soaring ceilings, magnificent proportions, high-end custom kitchens, generous closet space, and luxe marble baths. Amenities include a fitness center with separate yoga studio, an entertaining suite with games lounge and pantry, a children's playroom, an outdoor terrace, and a partnership with experiential concierge company LIVunLtd. See all listings and details here.

389-East-89th-Street-1 All images of 389 E. 89 via The Corcoran Group
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389 E. 89 offers an excellent trifecta of thoughtfully designed interiors by Paris Forino, a pleasing suite of amenities, and an Upper East Side location close to the Second Avenue subway. All units feature rich color palettes and materials, high-end appliances and fixtures, and abundant natural light through oversized windows. Residential amenities include 24-hour doorman/concierge service, a fitness center, a lounge, storage, bike room, and a lushly planted roof terrace with sweeping city views. See all listings and details here.

21-21-31st-Street-01 All renderings of The Rowan via Redundant Pixel Studio
The Rowan introduces a collection of modern condos to northern Astoria, cherished for its dense mix of pre-war houses and apartment buildings. The six-story building is topped with a landscaped roof terrace, and a glass-enclosed lobby with a living green roof opens up to a lushly planted sensory garden. Interior amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, soundproof music room, woodland-inspired children’s playroom, pet spa, and package room. The building also has a bike room and fully automated parking garage, but the Ditmars Boulevard subway stop is only one block away. See all listings and details here.

11-Hancock-Place-01 All images of Eleven Hancock via Halstead
Built on the former site of the LaGree Baptist Church, Eleven Hancock cantilevers over a neighboring building and is highlighted by alternating zinc- and rust-colored bands. Interiors by Lemay + Escobar boast industrial-style windows, Italian-crafted kitchens, and sleek baths. Nearly half the apartments have private outdoor space, and all residents have access to a pet spa, fitness center, children's playroom, package room, storage, lounge, and rooftop deck. See all listings and details here.

168-Plymouth-Street-01 All renderings of 168 Plymouth via Alloy
168 Plymouth is comprised of two existing, interconnected buildings in the heart of DUMBO, which share a cellar and exterior courtyard. All units enjoy loft-like layouts, high ceilings, restored concrete beams and columns, oversized factory windows, and custom Italian kitchens. In addition to the courtyard, amenities include a lobby lounge, storage, gym, and landscaped common roof deck. See all listings and details here.

100-Barclay-Street-01 All images of One Hundred Barclay Tribeca via The Corcoran Group
Upon its completion in 1927, One Hundred Barclay Tribeca was the headquarters of the New York Telephone Company and one of New York's first Art Deco skyscrapers. Nearly 100 years later, it is a New York City landmark. Its facade by Ralph Walker has been beautifully preserved, and the attended lobby still shows original murals featuring advancements in communication. However, the interiors have been transformed into open-plan condos starting 150 feet above grade-level to make the most of spectacular views. Over 40,000 square feet of amenities include a fitness center, lap pool, sauna and steam room, business center, billiards room, and wine lounge. See all listings and details here.

252-South-Street-1 All images of One Manhattan Square via Extell
One Manhattan Square is a dramatic addition to the downtown skyline on the East River waterfront, but its interiors and amenities would be right at home on Billionaires' Row. Residents enjoy multiple exposures, sweeping views, and a choice of finishes and palettes in the high-end kitchens. Over 100,000 square feet of resort-caliber amenities include a luxurious spa, state-of-the-art fitness center, screening room, wine tasting lounge, and outdoor gardens. See all listings and details here.

200-East-62nd-Street-1 All images of 200 E. 62 via VHT/The Corcoran Group
200 E 62 was originally constructed as a rental in 1967, but converted to a luxury condominium in 2017. Architecture and design firm Messana O'Rorke masterfully transformed the interiors to feature airy open layouts, 9' ceilings, windowed kitchens with high-end appliances, and spa-like baths off the master bedrooms. A beautifully landscaped port cochere welcomes residents home, and amenities include concierge service, a rooftop terrace, a fitness center, a children's playroom, a bike room, an onsite parking garage, and an attended lobby with a fireplace. See all listings and details here.

3311-Newkirk-Avenue-1 All images of 3311 Newkirk Avenue via Elliman
3311 Newkirk Avenue is a new boutique condominium in the heart of East Flatbush's building boomlet. Select units have private outdoor space, and all units enjoy incredible light thanks to open layouts and oversized windows. Additional features include video intercoms, kitchens with high-end appliances, and luxurious baths with radiant heated floors. A 15-year 421a tax abatement is currently in effect, and a lushly planted common backyard has grilling and relaxing areas. See all listings and details here.

15-East-30th-Street-01 All renderings of Madison House via DBOX
Madison House is the tallest residential building in NoMad and, with its decagon shape, one of its most distinctively built. The apartments start 150 feet above grade to make the most of spectacular skyline views, and all units feature 11' ceilings, column-less layouts, and corner windows. A 30,000-square-foot amenity suite includes a club room, fitness center and yoga room, 75' lap pool and spa, private dining room and catering kitchen, game room, reading room, and children's playroom. See all listings and details here.

1325 and 1330 Fifth Avenue
4 one-bedroom units from $730K - $740K

1325-Fifth-Avenue-01 All images of The Fifth Avenue via MNS
The recently-converted condominium apartment complex comprised of 1325 and 1330 Fifth Avenue–one on either side of the famed avenue–sits just north of Central Park and Duke Ellington Circle. Spacious, renovated units offer custom millwork, hardwood floors, modern casement windows, lots of closet space, chef’s kitchens and in-unit washer/dryers. An impressive package of building amenities includes a landscaped roof deck with lounging and dining areas and barbecue grills, a package room with cold storage, a fitness center with a yoga studio, storage, a bike room and on-site parking. See all listings and details here.

30-Warren-Street-01 All images of 30 Warren Street via The Corcoran Group
30 Warren Street is a ground-up new condominium development in the heart of Tribeca, and a Tribeca Select program connects residents with the best of the neighborhood's vendors and services. The design-forward apartments offer open floor-plans, top-of-the-line appliances and finishes, custom closets, and, in select homes, private outdoor space. Building amenities will include a part-time doorman, a fitness center, children’s playroom, bicycle storage, laundry room. See all listings and details here.

695-First-Avenue-1 Renderings of One United Nations Park via Solow Building Company
One United Nations Park is distinguished by its black glass facade, yet all apartments enjoy incredible natural light and views of the East River and skyline through floor-to-ceiling windows. The units are also fully automated with a built-in Crestron system to regulate temperature, lighting, and motorized shades. A well-thought amenities suite includes a fitness center, indoor pool, billiards/game lounge, private dining room and catering kitchen, children's playroom, private screening room, and club lounge. See all listings and details here.

77-Greenwich-Street-1 All images of 77 Greenwich Street via The Marketing Directors
The Lower Manhattan skyline has undergone quite a transformation over the past few years, and 77 Greenwich Street is a striking addition with a pleated glass curtain wall. Apartments start on the 15th floor to make the most of unobstructed skyline and New York Harbor views, and interiors feature high ceilings, Poliform kitchens, and bedrooms with luxurious en suite baths. The ninth floor is home to an outdoor garden and dog run, and the top-floor Cloud Club has a fitness studio, children's playroom, lounge, and dining room with catering kitchen. See all listings and details here.

175 and 192 Spencer Street
8 one-bedroom units from $635K - $910K

175-Spencer-Street-1 All images of Spencer Street Apartments via MNS
The beautifully revamped Spencer Street Apartments are well situated on a historic Bedford-Stuyvesant site close to other popular Brooklyn neighborhoods. The collection of one- and two-bedroom units features exposed concrete ceilings, oversized windows, Nest thermostats, and open kitchens outfitted with stone countertops and high-end stainless steel appliances. The building is topped with a furnished roof deck, and additional amenities include a fitness room, smartphone video intercom, and parking and storage for an additional fee. A 421a tax abatement is in place. See all listings and details here.

196-Orchard-Street-01 All images of 196 Orchard Street via Nest Seekers
The hand-laid brick facade and casement windows of 196 Orchard Street pay tribute to its historic surroundings on the Lower East Side. However, the interiors are well up to contemporary standards with loft-like ambiances, high ceilings, state-of-the-art kitchens, and sumptuous baths. Residents get a special discount at the Equinox gym in the building's base, and amenities include a bike room and a roof deck with outdoor kitchen, dining area, and cabana seating. See all listings and details here.

2351 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard
14 studio through three-bedroom units from $530K - $1.5M

2351-Adam-Clayton-Powell-Jr-Boulevard-01 All images of The Rennie via Halstead
Contemporary condo The Rennie has taken shape across from Harlem's historic Strivers Row. Premium perks like floor-to-ceiling windows, WiFi-enabled smart thermostats, modern kitchens, and in-unit washer/dryers greatly streamline and enhance apartment life. A tax abatement is in effect, and amenities include an attended lobby with green wall, a fitness center, a pet spa, a party room, and a roof terrace. See all listings and details here.

10-Nevins-Street-01 All images of The Brooklyn Grove via Halstead
The Brooklyn Grove's glazed brick facade and framed windows makes it a standout at street level. Interiors feature organic materials, oversized windows, well-appointed chef's kitchens, and spa-like master baths. It is topped with a roof deck, and amenities below include an attended lobby, fitness center with yoga studio, 40' pool with deck area, children's playroom, pet spa, lounge, and party room. See all listings and details here.

22-18-Jackson-Avenue-01 All images of GALERIE via Halstead
Across the street from MoMA's PS1, Galerie pays tribute to its neighborhood's creative footprint with a permanent street-level rotating art exhibit and a landscaped courtyard with sculpture garden. Apartments feature interiors by Paris Forino, floor-to-ceiling windows, open living areas, state-of-the-art kitchens, and spa-like baths. Additional amenities include a lounge, indoor pool, fitness center, port cochere, pet spa, children's playroom, and landscaped roof deck. See all listings and details here.

543-West-122nd-Street-1 Rendering of The Vandewater via Savann
543-West-122nd-Street-2 Interiors via Halstead
The architecture of Vandewater is inspired by its nearest Gothic neighbors, but its soaring height of 33 stories casts them in shadow. All apartments feature thoughtful layouts, oversized casement windows, tall ceilings, sweeping city and river vistas, and a choice of finishes in the elegant kitchens. Three stories of indoor and outdoor amenities include a double-height lobby, concierge service, a state-of-the-art fitness center overlooking an indoor lap pool, a children's playroom, a media room, and a landscaped outdoor area with grilling stations and dining areas. See all listings and details here.

111-Montgomery-Street-1 All renderings of 111 Montgomery Street via CIM
The Brooklyn building boom has made its way to Crown Heights, where 111 Montgomery Street is the first full-service condo to take shape. All residences feature warm palettes, natural materials, and kitchens outfitted with sleek countertops and Bosch appliance suites. The amenity suite was designed with community mind and includes a co-working/residents' lounge, fitness center, wilderness-themed children's playroom, community garden with grilling and dining areas, and landscaped roof terrace with sweeping views of Manhattan and Brooklyn. See all listings and details here.

88-Lexington-Avenue-01 All images of 88 Lexington Avenue via MNS
Located at the intersection of two Brooklyn neighborhoods rich in old warehouses and 19th-century brownstones, 88 Lexington Avenue's design takes inspiration from its historic surroundings. However, the interiors are a contemporary combination of large windows, high ceilings, exposed brick, warm wood, and top-of-the-line appliances. Amenities include a smartphone video intercom system, assigned private storage, and a package delivery room. See all listings and details here.

1890 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard
1 three-bedroom unit for $1.6M

1890-Adam-Clayton-Powell-Jr-Boulevard-01 All images of The Strathmore via MNS
The Strathmore is a prewar building completed in 1920 and converted to a luxury condominium nearly 100 years later. The building's brick and limestone facade and wrought iron details were beautifully restored to their original glory. However, interiors feature open layouts, modern appliances, high-end finishes, generous closet space, and abundant natural light. Amenities include a virtual doorman, package room, bike room, fitness center, and the services of a live-in superintendent. See all listings and details here.

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