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With an abundance of new development on the market all over Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Long Island City, the sheer volume of choice can be overwhelming to some. Many of the soaring new buildings offer oversized windows, high-end finishes and appliances, and expansive amenity suites, but which one is the perfect fit?

The answer to that question can only be determined by a buyer’s preferences and priorities. This can come down to amenities - e.g., the lack of a garage may not even register to some buyers, but could be a deal-breaker to car owners. Location is also a key factor for owners who wish for an easy commute to their offices or their children's schools, or just for close proximity to restaurants and nightlife. To that end, we have compiled a set of pros and cons for some of the most exciting new buildings on the market.

138-Willoughby-Street-01 All images of Brooklyn Point via Extell
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As of this writing, Brooklyn Point is the tallest residential building in Brooklyn. This spacious corner condo is enhanced by oversized windows with unparalleled views of the Manhattan skyline, waterways, and Fort Greene Park. The expansive eat-in kitchen features cerused oak cabinetry, quartz slab countertops, a full suite of Miele appliances, and a Sub-Zero wine fridge. The rooftop infinity pool is the highest in a residential building in the Western Hemisphere, and additional amenities include an outdoor screening area, an 11th-floor fitness center, a screening room, a game room, a children's playroom with outdoor playground, and a lounge with a fireplace, bar, and terrace. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Prominent mixed-use tower in Downtown Brooklyn
  • Angled roofline with outdoor infinity pool
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Screening and performance room
  • Squash court
  • Basketball court
  • Wine cellar
  • Bicycle room
  • Dry cleaning valet
  • Rock climbing wall
  • Putting green
  • Landscaped terrace
  • Forest adventure area
  • Part of City Point project with considerable retail

Cons:

  • Many apartments
  • No garage
  • No sidewalk landscaping

85-Jay-Street-01 Rendering via Morris Adjmi Architects
85-Jay-Street-02 Interiors via CIM/LIVWRK
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Spanning an entire city block, Front & York is DUMBO's largest residential offering and has been designed inside and out by Morris Adjmi Architects. This sun-filled corner unit features a massive Great Room with seamless flow into a chef's kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances and custom cabinetry. The master suite features a large walk-in closet and luxurious bath. The building is surrounded by a massive private park by Michael van Valkenburg, designer of Brooklyn Bridge Park, and residents will have direct access to a 77,000-square-foot Life Time Fitness health club. Additional amenities include a coffee lounge, co-working lounge, indoor and outdoor screening rooms, indoor pool, game room, and wine tasting room. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Elegant interiors
  • Dramatic East River and Manhattan skyline views
  • Some private terraces
  • Private park spanning over 25,000 square feet
  • Indoor and outdoor screening rooms
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor terrace with BBQ and lounge areas
  • Life Time Fitness health club
  • Co-working lounge
  • Game room
  • Close to subway and ferry

Cons:

  • Many apartments
  • Several tourists due to Brooklyn Bridge proximity

515-West-18th-Street-01 All images of Lantern House via Related
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Located along the High Line, Lantern House was named in honor of the dramatic three-dimensional bay windows in every apartment. These allow for abundant natural light and dramatic city and river views from the apartments, many of which come with built-in window seats. Interiors also feature high ceilings, custom kitchens by March & White, and master suites with walk-in closets and sumptuous baths. Amenities include an Equinox-managed gym and yoga room, pool, spa area, and roof terrace. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Dramatic bay windows
  • High Line and Hudson River views
  • Some private terraces
  • In-unit washer/dryer
  • Private courtyard
  • Indoor pool
  • Infrared sauna and cold plunge pool
  • Health club
  • Roof deck
  • Close to restaurants and nightlife

Cons:

  • Far from the subway
  • Many tourists due to High Line proximity

196-Orchard-Street-01 All images of 196 Orchard Street via Nest Seekers
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Sunny apartment on the cusp of the Lower East Side and East Village offers a seamless blend of contemporary functionality and industrial chic with oversized casement windows, high concrete ceilings, and oversized private terrace. A tasteful foyer leads to an open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen with eat-in peninsula, onyx lacquer cabinetry, under-cabinet lighting, and fully-integrated Miele appliances. Residents are eligible for a discount at the building's Equinox gym, and a furnished roof terrace features two outdoor kitchens, dedicated dining and entertaining areas, and incredible views. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Bike room
  • Garage
  • Some private terraces
  • Bronze window surrounds
  • Concierge service
  • Storage
  • Fitness center
  • Doorman
  • Roof deck
  • Close to subway
  • Close to restaurants and nightlife

Cons:

  • No sidewalk landscaping
  • No balconies

77-Greenwich-Street-01 All images of 77 Greenwich Street via The Marketing Directors
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Upon entering this beautifully laid-out apartment, stunning southern and western exposures are immediately noticeable upon entry. Interiors by Deborah Berke Partners feature 10'6" ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, custom Poliform kitchens, and luxurious bedroom suites. Residential amenities start 600 feet up and include a double-height fitness center, lounge, private dining room, and landscaped roof terrace. A parking garage is across the street, allowing for quick access to the West Side Highway and the FDR. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • LEED Silver certification expected
  • Dapper design by FXFowle Architects, interior by 432 Park interior designer Deborah Berke
  • Elevated amenities including residents lounge 'Cloud Club 77' with a fireplace
  • Concierge services by LIVunLtd
  • Private dog run
  • Japanese rock garden and roof deck with meditation space
  • Very close to renovated Battery Park, Battery Park City Esplanade and planned Elizabeth H. Berger Plaza
  • Close to Wall Street, World Trade Center, and Brookfield Place
  • Unparalleled number of cultural attractions nearby.
  • Plans with multiple exposures and awesome harbor views
  • Building incorporates a school and preserves a +200-year-old landmarked rowhouse

Cons:

  • Heavy rush-hour traffic from The Brooklyn–Battery Tunnel
  • No sidewalk landscaping but nearby park-plaza opening soon
  • No swimming pool or sports courts
  • Quiet after business hours
  • Distant from supermarket though Whole Foods to open nearby at One Wall Street

30-Warren-Street-01 All images of 30 Warren Street via The Corcoran Group
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Perfectly proportioned one-bedroom features wide western exposures, 10' ceilings, and beautiful 4" and 5" custom ladder pattern oak flooring. A beautifully appointed open kitchen is outfitted with a marble island, white lacquer cabinetry, polished marble countertops, white glass backsplash, and top-of-the-line Miele appliance suite. Tribeca Select, the building's partnership program, gives residents access to prestigious local businesses and customized in-home experiences. But for those looking to get away, the Holland Tunnel is minutes away by car. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Distinctive modern design by Post-Office Architectes (POA) with corrugated facade
  • 10-foot ceilings
  • Close to City Hall, Wall Street, World Trade Center, Brooklyn
  • Close to many subway lines, PATH
  • Few apartments with unique floor plans
  • Mid-rise building with surprisingly interesting views
  • Fitness center, attended lobby, roof deck
  • Oversized picture windows; most units have multiple exposures and balconies
  • Top-of-the-line finishes, fixtures, and appliances

Cons:

  • Busy corner along Church Street
  • Limited amenity package
  • No sidewalk landscaping/austere street presence

100-Barclay-Street-01 All images of One Hundred Barclay Tribeca via The Corcoran Group
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Loft-like home with a flexible floor plan enjoys jaw-dropping views of the Hudson River through 7' casement windows, not to mention from a 1,028-square-foot private terrace with a grill and gas hookup. Just off the expansive Great Room, an open kitchen is fully equipped with state-of-the-art appliances, custom cabinetry, and an island with seating for five. The building's 40,000 square feet of residential amenities include valet parking, making it easy to get the car and get going on a weekend getaway. But between the four landscaped terraces, the wine room, the private theater, the music rooms, and the lap pool and spa area, there is no shortage of activities. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Solid construction: An architectural masterpiece by Ralph Walker
  • Sensitive $1.4B restoration of landmarked building, one of the world's first Art Deco skyscrapers
  • Close to many public transportation options that include the subway, PATH, ferries, and bike esplanade.
  • A wealth of shopping and cultural attractions nearby
  • Oversized casement windows and 10' ceilings
  • Close to City Hall, Wall Street, World Trade Center
  • Close to many subway lines
  • Apartments are grand with 10' ceilings. Penthouse has 30-foot-high ceilings
  • Central air and large 7' operable windows
  • Concierge and 40,000 square feet of amenities
  • Fitness center designed by The Wright Fit
  • 82-foot lap pool with adjacent children's pool, and spa and treatment rooms
  • Wonderful and very impressive through-block lobby
  • Very close to the World Trade Center, Brookfield Place, Battery Park City, and the waterfront.
  • Organic Art Deco building ornamentation includes mice, elephants, and birds

Cons:

  • Limited views
  • Commercial neighborhood although Battery Park City is across West Street
  • Many tourists due to proximity to World Trade Center
  • Limited number of balconies/terraces

150-Rivington-Street-01 All images of 150 Rivington Street via Compass
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Spacious apartment with a loft-like flow enjoys abundant natural light from both northern and southern exposures. The sleek, modern kitchen features abundant Italian cabinetry, a white honed Caesarstone countertop, and top-of-the-line appliances. The discreet master suite has a walk-in closet and bath with custom vanity and radiant heated stone floors. The boutique condominium offers a state-of-the-art fitness center and landscaped roof terrace with outdoor kitchen and sun deck, but its greatest perk may be its address in the heart of the Lower East Side near Essex Crossing and popular dining. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Vibrant Lower East Side location
  • Bicycle room, porter services, package room, roof deck, fitness center, Individual storage for purchase
  • Close to many bars and restaurants
  • Historic area in low-rise area
  • Relatively open views
  • Close to several subway lines

Cons:

  • Inconguous design; Building replaces the historic Streit’s Matzo factory
  • No sidewalk landscaping
  • No private outdoor space

298-East-2nd-Street-01 All images of Houston House via Nest Seekers
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Duplex unit in a new building inspired by Passive House standards opens up to a private backyard, and environmentally friendly features include triple-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows, an energy recovery ventilator system, and in-unit washer/dryer with heat pump technology. The lower level is home to an airy living/dining space and open kitchen; the upper level of the apartment stretches the entire length of the building and has all three bedrooms, including the south-facing master suite. The building is a short distance from FDR Drive and, closer to home, the East River Promenade, Essex Crossing, and popular Lower East Side dining. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Environmentally-friendly and designed to Passive House standards
  • Keyed elevator access
  • Small number of units
  • Full-floor apartments
  • Clear,open views over wide Houston Street and low-rise neighborhood
  • Beautiful triple glazed floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Homes have private outdoor space
  • Common rooftop terrace
  • Fitness center
  • Individual storage for purchase
  • Bike storage and package room
  • Close to many bars and restaurants of the Lower East Side and East Village
  • Easy walk to East River Park and Hamilton Fish park and swimming pool

Cons:

  • Far east; Long walk to subway
  • Overlooks wide but heavily trafficked Houston Street

514-West-24th-Street-01 All images of The Fitzroy via Christie's International Real Estate
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Thoughtfully designed apartment in a one-of-a-kind building features 11' ceilings, oversized casement windows, custom millwork, hydronic radiant floor heating, and prewiring for custom Savant home automation system. The kitchen and baths are finished with Waterworks R.W. Atlas copper fixtures and high-end materials and appliances. The Lincoln Tunnel is a short drive away, but the building is within walking distance of the High Line, Hudson River Park, Chelsea Waterside Park, and iconic Chelsea galleries. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Stunning dark green terracotta facade designed by Roman and Williams
  • Few apartments
  • Angled upper floor loggias
  • Residences with private elevator landings
  • 11' ceilings
  • Chevron hardwood oak floors
  • Custom copper fixtures and copper soaking tub
  • Hydronic radiant-heated flooring throughout
  • Oversized wood casement windows
  • Steps from the High Line elevated park and close to Hudson River Park
  • In the center of Chelsea's art gallery district
  • Formal dining rooms
  • 24-hour attended lobby
  • La Palestrina fitness center
  • Wine fridges and common wine cellar
  • Bicycle room
  • Rooftop lounge with summer kitchen

Cons:

  • No swimming pool, garage
  • No sidewalk landscaping
  • Most apartments without outdoor space
  • Two avenue walk to subway

277-Fifth-Avenue-01 All images of 277 Fifth Avenue via The Corcoran Group
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Corner condo in a soaring new Fifth Avenue tower boasts southeast exposure with panoramic views of the Lower Manhattan skyline through floor-to-ceiling windows. Interiors feature high ceilings, warm woods and elegant natural stones, and open windowed kitchen with marble slab center island and countertops, pale oak cabinetry, and suite of chef-quality Miele appliances. The building is a stone's throw from Madison Square Park and in the heart of a thriving NoMad dining scene. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Sleek design by Rafael Vinoly Architects
  • Select units have outdoor loggias
  • Superb views in every direction
  • Penthouse has fireplace
  • Some ceilings more than 10 feet
  • Full-sevice building with doorman
  • Warm, sunny apartments
  • Units have washers and dryers
  • Allows pets
  • Fifth Avenue Terrace, library, a games lounge, and a kids’ club
  • Close to Madison Square Park, many restaurants and bars in NoMad, and of course The Museum of Sex
  • Close to several subway lines, Penn Station, and Koreatown

Cons:

  • No concierge
  • Limited number of apartments with outdoor space
  • No swimming pool
  • Austere street presence with no sidewalk landscaping
  • Mixed-use commercial area on busy thoroughfare
  • No on-site parking

50-West-30th-Street-01 All images of The NOMA via The Corcoran Group
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Corner condo with a private balcony enjoys stunning views of the Empire State Building and cityscapes to the north, east, and south through oversized, Bauhaus-inspired windows. The living room opens up to a kitchen with a center island, custom wood cabinetry, quartz countertops, marble backsplash, and Miele appliance package. It is in a striking, amenity-rich new building with easy access to the Flatiron District, Chelsea, and Hudson Yards. It also offers easy access to the Lincoln Tunnel. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Standard amenities including doorman, roof deck , and fitness center
  • Some ceilings more than 10 feet
  • Classy design by FXFOWLE
  • Apartments have multiple exposures
  • Many units have a balcony or terrace
  • Beautiful vintage-style windows
  • Units have washers and dryers
  • Allows pets
  • Near many current and coming bars and restaurants in NoMad
  • Close to Subway, Penn Station, and Koreatown

Cons:

  • No concierge
  • Limited skyline views
  • Compact but efficient layouts
  • Commercial area with heavy vehicular traffic

30-East-31st-Street-01 All images of 30E31 via Reuveni Real Estate
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South-facing residence in a striking Morris Adjmi-designed building boasts soaring ceilings, expansive picture-frame windows, and elegant kitchen with custom fixtures, quartzite countertops, and high-end appliances. The bedroom features a large closet, and a spa-like bath is finished with statuary marble slab walls and countertops, custom vanity, and custom fixtures by Morris Adjmi. The building's amenities include a tranquil viewing garden, and it is a short walk from Madison Square Park and Bryant Park. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Handsome mid-block tower in NoMad designed by Morris Adjmi
  • Distinctive woven facade on top floors
  • Concierge, Full-time doorman, Fitness center
  • Mostly floor-through apartments
  • Surprisingly good views to the north
  • Central location in NoMad near Flatiron and Gramercy
  • Very close to Madison Square Park, Eataly, and a soon-to-come Whole Foods
  • Few apartments
  • Located midblock on a relatively quiet sidestreet
  • Close to the 6 subway line

Cons:

  • Mixed-use commercial area
  • No sidewalk landscaping
  • Limited amenities package

35-Hudson-Yards-01 All images of 35 Hudson Yards via Related/Oxford Property Group
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Located in the tallest building in the new Hudson Yards development, this cleverly planned two-bedroom boasts 10’10” ceilings, lavish satin finish wide plank French oak floors, and stunning views of the Hudson River. The windowed eat-in kitchen is outfitted with Smallbone of Devizes cabinetry, opal white marble countertops, and a full suite of Gaggenau appliances. Residents-only amenities and services include a state-of-the-art fitness center, lounge and bar with sweeping views, and concierge services to provide incredible variety of at-home services as well as private car service and chauffeurs. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • All condos have astounding views (they start on the 53rd floor)
  • Beautifully-designed interiors and common areas by AD100 designer Tony Ingrao
  • 10’10” ceilings and higher
  • Apartments have multiple exposures with views that include Midtown, downtown, and the Hudson River
  • Each home has a access to a flagship Equinox Club with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, SoulCycle, and Equinox Spa
  • Three restaurants and an Equinox Hotel in building
  • Earshot from Hudson Yards Mall, Culture Shed, and Spanish market
  • Short walk to new Whole Foods
  • Terminal station of 7 train at building's doorstep

Cons:

  • Corporate environment with little/no community
  • Deserted at night

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Spectacular penthouse in a new Lincoln Center condominium has commanding views of the Hudson River from floor-to-ceiling windows in the living/dining area as well as a large private loggia. At the opposite end, the master suite faces northwest for views of the George Washington Bridge and features a walk-in closet and marble-clad bath. A gracious port cochere allows for elegant yet discreet entrances and exits from the building, which is a short walk from Central Park, Lincoln Center, and fine dining on the Upper West Side. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Concierge
  • Many open loggias
  • Entrance marquee
  • Golf simulator
  • Performance space
  • Screening room
  • Musical practice room
  • Lounge with catering kitchen
  • Prime Upper West Side location near Broadway
  • Fine public transportation
  • Near Central Park
  • Fitness center

Cons:

  • Many apartments
  • No sidewalk landscaping
  • No roof deck

555-West-End-Avenue-01 All images of 555 West End Avenue via Compass
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Expansive apartment in the conversion of a landmarked schoolhouse boasts 12' ceilings, high-quality finishes, and lush treetop views throughout. The kitchen may be closed to the living room with pocket doors and comes outfitted with Christopher Peacock cabinetry, marble slab countertops and backsplash, and state-of-the-art appliances and fixtures. All bedrooms face south and feature generous closed space and en suite baths. The building is a short drive from the Henry Hudson Parkway and within walking distance of Riverside Park, Central Park, top schools, and fine dining. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • One of most distinctive buildings on West End Avenue
  • Large lobby
  • Crenellated turrets
  • Very large apartments
  • Very few apartments
  • Great location
  • Fitness center
  • Full-time doorman
  • Bicycle room and stroller valet
  • One block from Riverside Park
  • One block from Broadway
  • Excellent public transportation

Cons:

  • No roof deck
  • No sidewalk landscaping

180-East-88th-Street-01 180 East 88th Street via CityRealty
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Upper East Side apartment is filled with light from triple exposures, and interiors boast prewar-inspired detailing, custom-designed plaster cove ceilings, 7.5" white oak flooring, open-plan living/dining area, and custom kitchen. The master suite features a dressing room and windowed bath, and a secondary bedroom opens up to a 125-square-foot private terrace. The building is a short distance from FDR Drive and Carl Schurz Park, but offers eight floors of amenities under one roof; these include a fitness studio, double-height basketball court, soccer field, children's playroom, game room, and lounge. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Across from Whole Foods
  • Canopied entrance
  • Stone facade
  • Rusticated quoins and piers
  • Angled mechanical roof
  • Not far from subway
  • Good bus service
  • Private courtyard
  • Basketball half-court

Cons:

  • Large arches at bottom, middle and top
  • Few apartments
  • No roof deck

302-East-96th-Street-01 All images of Vitre via Compass
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Rarely available Upper East Side penthouse boasts 10' ceilings, floor-to-ceiling high-performance windows, and north-facing private balcony off the open living/dining room. The luxurious chef's kitchen is finished with a marble center island, high-end energy-conscious appliances, and Caesarstone countertops. Residential amenities include concierge service, lounge with outdoor patio, and roof deck with captivating city and river views. Private parking is available for an additional fee, but the building is located practically right on top of the new 96th Street Q subway stop. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Ceilings up to 9 feet 8 inches
  • 24-hour attended lobby
  • Roof deck
  • Bicycle storage
  • Concierge services by Hello Alfred
  • Very close to Second Avenue subway
  • Close to FDR Drive
  • Some balconies
  • Garage

Cons:

  • No sidewalk landscaping

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Located in a towering new condo with a contemporary take on neo-Gothic architecture, this southeast-facing apartment opens up to a 1,103-square-foot private terrace Interiors boast a thoughtful layout, high ceilings, oversized casement windows, recessed lighting, and preserved city and river views in every direction. An elegant windowed kitchen comes outfitted with honed Perla Venata kitchen counters, chef caliber Miele appliances and custom, craftsman inspired oak cabinetry with pewter hardware. Elegantly landscaped gardens stretch the length of the site, and the building offers 24,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities. On-site parking and close proximity to the Henry Hudson Parkway and George Washington Bridge allow for an easy getaway. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Very close to Columbia University and other notable insititutions
  • Close to Riverside Park and other green spaces
  • Located in an architecturally beautiful and tranquil area
  • Far-reaching views in every direction and iconic views of Riverside Church
  • Stellar amenity package with a 70' swimming pool and private spa
  • Tasteful albeit bland design by Incorporated Architecture and Design
  • Stately interiors and near 10' ceilings
  • Has elegant garden designed by Michael Van Valkenburg Associates

Cons:

  • Area dominated by students and staff of Columbia University and nearby schools
  • Located atop a steep hill
  • Limited amount of apartments with private outdoor space
  • Served mostly by the local 1 subway train though the 125th Street A/D express station is not far

2351-Adam-Clayton-Powell-Boulevard-01 All images of The Rennie via Halstead
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Smartly designed apartment is flooded with natural light and historic townhouse views from double-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows, and high-tech features include a WiFi-enabled thermostat, prewiring for cable and data, USB charging stations, and in-unit washer/dryer. Just off the large living room, the true galley kitchen features modern quartz countertops, mosaic glass tile backsplash, generous cabinetry, and high-end stainless steel appliances. A 25-year 421a tax abatement is in effect, and the amenity-rich building is a short walk from the A/B/C/D express and local subway lines. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • High-tech and environmentally friendly interiors
  • Convenient access to express transportation
  • Close to St. Nicholas Park
  • Roof terrace
  • Attended lobby
  • Pet spa
  • 25-year 421a tax abatement in effect
  • LEED Silver certified

Cons:

  • Bland replacement for the historic Renaissance Ballroom and Casino
  • Located on a busy block near several tourist attractions
  • Limited amount of apartments with private outdoor space

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Classically proportioned apartment faces south and west with commanding views of New York Harbor and Lower Manhattan. Interiors feature a gracious foyer, 29' living space, windowed kitchen, corner master suite, and top-of-the-line appliances and finishes throughout. From the 24-hour attended lobby to the 26th-story roof terrace, no detail was overlooked in the indoor/outdoor amenities. The building also offers parking for purchase in an underground self-parking garage as well as easy access to subway lines. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Adjacent to Cadman Park
  • Concierge
  • Large apartments
  • Fitness center
  • STEM lab
  • Double-height library
  • Pergolas
  • Co-working space
  • Community room
  • Close to several subway lines
  • Great views
  • Full-time doorman
  • Garage

Cons:

  • Many apartments

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Every room in this expansive Brooklyn apartment opens up to a 424-square-foot private terrace. Interiors boast floor-to-ceiling windows, wide plank oak flooring, open kitchen with wine fridge, and master suite with walk-in closet and elegant bath. An inviting lobby is reminiscent of a Japanese temple, and amenities include a 40' indoor pool, fitness center with yoga room, lounge with pool table and screening area, and rooftop lounge with grilling areas and idyllic views. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Concierge
  • Roof deck
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness center
  • Pet spa
  • Party room
  • Garage
  • Bicycle room
  • Sidewalk landscaping
  • Package room

Cons:

  • Many apartments
  • No doorman

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Elegant corner apartment is reached via private elevator entrance, and an inviting gallery leads to an open living area with immense windows that fill the home with light. The kitchen features white oak and charcoal gray cabinetry, honed Basaltina countertops, and high-end appliances. The master suite boasts a walk-in closet and spa-like bath with glass-enclosed shower. The building is a short walk from Atlantic Terminal and the myriad subway stops at Barclays Center, and amenities include storage, bike room, and a roof deck. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Roof deck
  • Storage
  • Bicycle room
  • Virtual doorman
  • Few apartments
  • Entrance marquee
  • Tall, single-pane windows
  • Attractive masonry
  • Attractive entrance
  • Nice layouts

Cons:

  • No fitness center
  • No concierge

229-9th-Street-01 All images of LUNA via Halstead
229-9th-Street-02
229-9th-Street-03
229-9th-Street-04
Sunny studio in an eye-catching new condominium faces a courtyard for a serene ambiance. Interiors boast open layout, custom-built arched windows, high ceilings, and wide plank white oak flooring. The Italian kitchen is outfitted with custom cabinetry, generously sized Carrara marble countertops, and professional-grade Miele appliances. A full suite of amenities includes a fitness center, children's playroom, game room with billiards table, party room with landscaped terrace, and roof terrace with views of New York Harbor and the Manhattan skyline. When leaving the building cannot be avoided, the F, R, and G trains are one block away. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Attractive arched windows
  • Lounge opens up to private terrace
  • Roof terrace with spectacular views
  • Open layouts with modern interiors
  • In-unit washer/dryers
  • Few apartments
  • Parking available for purchase

Cons:

  • No pool
  • No private terraces or balconies

161-12th-Street-01 All images of One Sixty One Twelfth Street via Halstead
161-12th-Street-02
161-12th-Street-03
161-12th-Street-04
Between a private street entrance, private oversized garage, and expansive private terrace, this duplex townhouse enjoys the atmosphere of a suburban house. However, residents have access to shared amenities like a state-of-the-art fitness center, spacious lounge, and common roof deck. Interiors feature a large Great Room, custom kitchen with high-end appliances, ultra-private corner master suite, and European white oak flooring throughout. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Few apartments
  • Roof terrace with grilling area, lounging area, and spectacular views
  • Oversized windows and thoughtful layouts
  • Private balconies and terraces
  • Fitness center
  • Close to restaurants

Cons:

  • Long subway commute to Midtown
  • Very little parking available
  • No pool

3-Court-Square-01 All images of Skyline Tower via Modern Spaces
3-Court-Square-02
3-Court-Square-03
3-Court-Square-04
High-floor home in New York's tallest skyscraper outside Manhattan faces west for incredible skyline views. Interiors feature a side-by-side bedroom layout, white oak flooring throughout, sizable Great Room, and contemporary kitchen with high-end appliance package. High-end amenities and services include a state-of-the-art fitness center with yoga/Pilates room, an indoor pool, a spa and steam room, a double-height lounge, and private terrace. Between the bike room, on-site parking, and easy access to the Court Square E, G, M, and 7 trains, there is no shortage of ways to get around. See floor plan and full details here.

Pros:

  • Bicycle room
  • Fitness center
  • Doorman
  • Concierge
  • Across street from One Court Square
  • Subway station for many lines in building
  • Tallest building in Queens
  • Excellent vistas
  • Garage

Cons:

  • Next to elevated line
  • Many apartments

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