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View of some of the world's tallest residential buildings from a high-floor apartment at Trump International View of some of the world's tallest residential buildings from a high-floor apartment at Trump International
The past year and a half has had an unquestionable impact on New York City, but one thing that has not changed is developers', designers', and buyers' appetites for tall buildings and the views enjoyed from them. The City Planning Commission unanimously approved the rezoning proposal for River Ring, which would bring two residential towers - one 723 feet high, the other 572 feet high - to the Williamsburg waterfront. The project has been met with official support at every phase since the review process began in August 2021, and a vote by the full City Council is expected by the end of this year.

This milestone comes at a time when many of New York's tallest buildings are nearing completion or welcoming their first residents. We go inside the highest availabilities in the tallest residential buildings of several notable neighborhoods, from DUMBO to Billionaires' Row. We also take a look at soaring new residential towers on the rise as we wait to see what the next development cycle will bring to our neighborhoods.
432-Park-Avenue Master bath at 432 Park Avenue (Douglas Elliman)

DUMBO
30-Front-Street-01 All images of Olympia via Sotheby's International Realty
Olympia is the tallest building in DUMBO, and its sail-inspired shape sets it apart in the local skyline. Residents are greeted by a port cochere, triple-height lobby, and lounge opening up to a private garden. The bridge level overlooks the Brooklyn Bridge and houses an outdoor pool and hot tub, children's playground and water park, lounge and BBQ areas, and New York's highest private outdoor tennis court.

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From the listing: One of Olympia’s premier residences, offering views of the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan and New York harbor, Residence 27A is the definition of reimagined luxury. This four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath residence with a private 490-square-foot river-facing terrace is imbued with a timeless yet modern beauty. As you make way through the foyer, the Workstead-designed custom kitchen awaits. Featuring an island with inlaid Fior di Bosco stone slab and chamfered edges, raked maple cabinetry paired with satin nickel hardware, Gaggenau appliances, and a walk-in pantry, the kitchen lends way to the open living and dining area. See floor plan and full details here.

West Chelsea
555-West-22nd-Street-01 The Cortland via Related
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While much of the new architecture in West Chelsea has been glassy, avant-garde towers, The Cortland pays tribute to the neighborhood's history with a hand-laid brick facade and rusticated limestone base. Low-rise buildings in the area will allow for spectacular skyline and river views. An extensive amenity package is set to include a fitness center, spa area with hot tub and cold plunge pools, family room, children's playrooms, dog grooming area, music room, screening room, and on-site parking. Sales are expected to launch this winter.

East Harlem
1485-Fifth-Avenue-01 5th on the Park via Core Group NYC
Located south of Central Park and at the entrance to Marcus Garvey Park, Fifth on the Park is the tallest residential building in East Harlem. Amenities include a 24-hour lobby with doorman and concierge service, indoor lap pool with adjacent sun deck, thirteenth-floor lounge, and furnished roof terrace with gas grill. A tax abatement is in place until 2034.

From the listing: Enjoy sweeping Central Park and city views from this well-proportioned, two-bedroom, two-bathroom home at Fifth on the Park. The apartment boasts ten-foot ceilings and large windows with southern and western exposures, allowing for an abundance of natural light. The open kitchen is equipped with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances perfect for those that love to cook and entertain. Cherry wood floors, a washer/dryer, and central A/C complete the residence. See floor plan and full details here.

Harlem
230-West-126th-Street-01 All images of Victoria Tower Residences via REAL New York
Harlem's historic Victoria Theater has been beautifully restored, and a new glass tower rises behind it. This houses a 210-key Renaissance Marriott hotel, cultural arts center, and 191 rental apartments. Residential amenities include a fitness center, lounge with game area, on-site parking, and central laundry room. An affordable housing lottery for 92 units from $755/month is now in effect, and leasing launched on market-rate units earlier this summer.

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From the listing: Two-bedroom apartment is flooded with light from southern exposures. The extra-large living room opens up to a corner kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Both bedrooms are large enough for king-size beds and come with ample closet space. There are hardwood floors throughout. See floor plan and full details here.

Greenwich Village
1-Fifth-Avenue-01 1 Fifth Avenue via Ondel
High-rises are few and far between in Greenwich Village, and nothing has come along to outrank 1 Fifth Avenue in height and grandeur. Its address immediately north of Washington Square Park allows for panoramic views of the park as well as the iconic Manhattan skyline. The building offers white-glove doorman and concierge service, a bike room, and a central laundry room.

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From the listing: Perched up high in the Tower of One Fifth Avenue, the landmark, Art Deco, doorman building, sits this special apartment which has incomparable and infinite northern views of the Empire State building and the Chrysler building, and it also has commanding western views to the Hudson River and beyond, as well as views of Washington Square Park. This is a wonderful New York apartment that has a large bedroom with three exposures, a designer, open kitchen with a dining room (originally a den/second bedroom) and a corner living room with striking views of all of Manhattan through all glass, picture windows. See floor plan and full details here.

Morningside Heights
543-West-122nd-Street-01 All images of Vandewater via Halstead
Vandewater is the first residential condo of its caliber in Morningside Heights, and currently the tallest. Elegant gardens span the length of the building, and indoor amenities include a double-height lobby, state-of-the-art fitness center with yoga room, a 70-foot lap pool, children's and teen lounges, a pet spa, a music practice room, and a club/media room with a large television.

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From the listing: This 2,001-square-foot home has amazing eastern and southern views of Central Park abs behind as well as wide-open northern views of the George Washington Bridge and Hudson River. The unit features a generous foyer leading to large elegant living and dining area and vented chef’s kitchen with a beautiful Quartzite island. The primary bedroom has southern and eastern exposures, a windowed en suite marble bath and abundant closet space. The second and third bedrooms have southern exposures each having an en suite windowed marble bath. See floor plan and full details here.

Brooklyn Heights
280-Cadman-Plaza-West-01 All images of One Clinton via Corcoran
One Clinton rose on the former site of the Brooklyn Heights public library branch, and the new triangular tower houses a new, state-of-the-art library on the first three floors. The upper levels are home to apartments with sweeping views and modern appliances and finishes. Amenities include an attended lobby, underground parking for purchase, storage for purchase, fitness center with Peloton equipment and yoga room, sauna and hot tub, children's playroom with outdoor terrace, and Sky Lounge with outdoor terrace.

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From the listing: Residence 34B at One Clinton is a 2,484-square-foot four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home facing south, east and west. Commanding open views across New York Harbor to the west and East River to the east are framed by seventeen 8-foot windows. Arrive to a lovely foyer with powder room leading to a pillarless, 37-foot great room with open kitchen. Anchoring the eastern wing of the home is a primary suite complete with a windowed, five-fixture marble clad bath and two walk-in-closets. Three generously scaled bedrooms and two beautifully appointed full baths complete the picture. See floor plan and full details here.

Greenpoint
21-India-Street-01 All images of The Greenpoint via Corcoran
Located on the waterfront, The Greenpoint brings a new standard of living to the skyline and the neighborhood. Residents can enjoy front-row seats to fireworks shows on the Fourth of July and spectacular skyline and river views all year long. Over 30,000 square feet of amenities include 24-hour doorman and concierge service, a fitness center, a basketball court, coworking spaces, lounges, and sun decks.

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From the listing: Residence 38E is the home you’ve been waiting for, a new construction condominium completed in 2018 that has never been lived in or used. This spectacular south-facing high-floor two-bedroom, two-bathroom features two balconies with unobstructed views of the East River and the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines from sunrise to sunset. This brand-new home embraces indoor/outdoor living with walls of floor-to ceiling-glass framing spectacular water views including some of New York City’s most iconic landmarks. See floor plan and full details here.

Williamsburg
260-Kent-Avenue-01 One South First via Two Trees Management
Directly on Domino Park, One South First sets a new standard for Williamsburg's skyline. Floor-to-ceiling windows are in a distinctive pre-case facade, allowing for incredible light and views in all units. Two floors of residential amenities include an outdoor pool, waterfront sun deck, fitness center, social lounges, and private work areas.

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From the listing: This apartment features floor-to-ceiling windows, incredible light and unobstructed south/east views of downtown Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty, and all 3 bridges over the East River. Enjoy a customizable walk-in-closet in the bedroom, a large open island kitchen with custom Italian cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, Bosch appliances and the coveted in-sink disposal. You will love the convenience of an in-home washer/dryer, USB ports, central A/C, dimmable lighting, solar living room shades and blackout bedroom shades. You have the option to take over the existing lease term through June 2, 2022 OR start a new 12-24 month lease. See floor plan and full details here.

SoHo - Hudson Square
246-Spring-Street-01 The Dominick via Douglas Elliman
All units in Soho's tallest building feature furnishings by Fendi Casa, high-end finishes, and jaw-dropping city views. Amenities include personalized concierge service, 24-hour in-room dining, an 11,000-square-foot spa with hammam, a landscaped plaza, and an outdoor pool deck with bocce court. When pied-a-terre apartments are not in use, they are managed and rented out on the owner's behalf by the hotel.

246-Spring-Street-02 Listing images via Corcoran
From the listing: This corner unit with floor to ceilings windows embraces the best panoramic views to the north and west from sunset on the Hudson River to sunrises on the East River. Enjoy mesmerizing views of the iconic Empire State and Chrysler Buildings and Hudson Yards. The Dominick is a striking and sophisticated modern hotel condominium designed by Handel Architects with interiors by the Rockwell Group. Embellished by custom Fendi Case furnishings, the suite includes a king-size bed, wet bar, state-of-the-art automation technology, and secure closets. The luxurious Italian marble bathroom features a deep soaking tub, glassed walk-in shower, and double vanity. See floor plan and full details here.

Chelsea
101-West-24th-Street-01 All images of Chelsea Stratus via Douglas Elliman
Chelsea Stratus is the tallest tower in its neighborhood as well as one of the most iconic condominiums. It is well positioned for easy access to popular dining, shopping, and nightlife in Chelsea, NoMad, and the Flatiron District. Many units have private outdoor space, and all residents have access to amenities like a fitness center, basketball court, billiards room, lounge with catering kitchen, and wraparound roof deck with 360-degree views.

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From the listing: Entering this penthouse home, you are immediately struck by the soaring 11-foot ceilings and jaw dropping views of Midtown and Hudson River through the floor to ceiling wall to wall windows wrapping the entire great room. From the dining area you can step out to a private 65-square-foot balcony with a view north of the Empire State Building and beyond and from the living room you have access to the 448-square-foot landscaped terrace with built-in lighting and sound. The terrace is bathed in sun with views from 432 Park to the Freedom Tower. See floor plan and full details here.

Fort Greene
1-Hanson-Place-01 All images of One Hanson Place via Corcoran
Who says one has to choose between living in a city landmark and a high-rise? One Hanson Place is an iconic part of the Brooklyn skyline and tall enough to look out on spectacular skyline and New York Harbor views. The onetime Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower will host Money Heist: The Experience starting in December 2021, and residents have access to a host of exclusive amenities and services all year long. These include doorman/concierge service, a business center, a children's playroom, and multiple outdoor terraces.

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From the listing: Come home to Apartment 28A, where you will be greeted by 2,848 square feet of unique converted loft space in Brooklyn’s most iconic building. With unbelievable vistas spanning from the Statue of Liberty to the Manhattan skyline, the East River, and all the way down South to the Verrazano Bridge, you will also enjoy the high ceilings and warmth of pre-war details combined with the comforts of a new development. As light reflects off the dramatic beams and columns of this unparalleled converted space (no cookie cutter condo here!), you will find a sophisticated 3-bed, 3-bath penthouse that offers space for your grand piano, oversized art collection, and endless room for entertaining or a luxurious and comfortable work-from-home space. See floor plan and full details here.

Carnegie Hill-Yorkville
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This Upper East Side condominium soars to heights most often seen in contemporary buildings, but the interiors are rich in prewar details like coved ceilings, custom plaster wainscoting, formal galleries, and herringbone flooring. Eight floors of amenities include a fitness studio, double-height basketball court, soccer field, game room, children's playroom designed in partnership with the Children's Museum of the Arts, and a lounge with catering kitchen.

180 East 88th Street interior apartment
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From the listing: This full floor home is only one of three offerings for this 4,017-square-foot, five-bedroom, four baths and powder room. Pre-war style inspired detailing has been refreshed to meet modern luxury expectations. It features expansive entertaining with a massive living room and formal dining room with south and west views offering a canvas of Central Park and the midtown skyline. A separate den with views of the Empire State Building and the midtown skyline awaits your imminent welcome upon arrival. See floor plan and full details here.

Downtown Brooklyn
Brooklyn-Point-01 All images of Brooklyn Point via Extell
Downtown Brooklyn has seen an incredible residential renaissance following a rezoning, and that is especially evident at Brooklyn Point. The apartments start above the shops, dining, and entertainment offerings of City Point to look over panoramic views of Manhattan and Brooklyn. The building is home to the Western Hemisphere's highest infinity pool in a residential building, over 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, and one of the last 25-year tax abatements in New York City.

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From the listing: A pristine corner residence nestled in the prestigious Brooklyn Point development, this stunning 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom home is a portrait of contemporary Brooklyn living. Features of this home include beautiful wide plank stained oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows with northern and eastern exposure and panoramic views of Manhattan and Brooklyn, an in-home washer/dryer, and a harmonious dark wood color palette with satin copper fixtures and finishes designed to accentuate space and natural light. A welcoming foyer adorned with a coat closet and full bathroom flows into a spacious open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen saturated with natural light. See floor plan and full details here.

Upper West Side
The two-towered Deutsche Bank Center houses New York's top shopping and restaurants, a massive Whole Foods outpost, Class A office space, and some of the city's most enviable condos. In addition to residents-only amenities, residents have access to the offerings and services of the Mandarin Oriental, which include a world-renowned spa, gym, and indoor pool.

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From the listing: Direct Central Park views from this high floor luxury condominium! Large entry foyer and gallery lead to 27-foot Great Room with dramatic Central Park and East River views through 10 floor-to-ceiling windows. Primary suite includes 25-foot corner bedroom with east and south exposure, windowed bathroom, walk-in closet, and two additional closets. The two additional bedrooms feature Hudson River views and en suite marble baths. See floor plan and full details here.

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45-East-22nd-Street-01 All images of Madison Square Park Tower via Douglas Elliman
Just south of Madison Square Park, Madison Square Park Tower presents a modern addition to the Flatiron/Union Square skyline. The glass facade and chamfered corners allow for column-free interiors, abundant natural light, and dramatic views in all directions. The exclusive Fifty Four club room offers a private dining room and demonstration kitchen on the 54th floor, and additional amenities include a full-floor fitness center, basketball court, sports simulator, children's playroom, game room, and outdoor terrace with grill.

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From the listing: Spanning the entire 60th floor, this 4,664-square-foot, four-bedroom, four and one half-bath residence unquestionably features the most stunning 360-degree views in Manhattan. Designed for the most discerning buyer who requires perfection: floor-to-ceiling windows with approximate 10-foot loft ceilings and spacious bedrooms each with en-suite bespoke baths. Every glittering Manhattan landmark is visible on the 60th floor including the Empire State, Chrysler Building, Clock Tower, Freedom Tower, Brooklyn Bridge, the Flatiron Building, and even the East and Hudson River. See floor plan and full details here.

Long Island City
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Skyline Tower is New York City's tallest skyscraper outside Manhattan, and construction was completed earlier this year. In addition to the new tower and housing units, the project brought a new entrance to the Court Square E/M subway stop and a fully accessible entrance. Best-in-class amenities and services include a fitness center, 75' lap pool, spa area with sauna and steam room, double-height amenity lounge, children's playroom, pet spa, business center, bike room, and on-site parking.

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From the listing: A breathtaking penthouse perched above the East River and overlooking the Manhattan skyline, this brand new 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo redefines by elevating Long Island City luxury. Features of this apartment include beautiful engineered white oak floors, wall-to-wall floor-to-ceiling windows, a collection of chic fixtures and finishes, and a convenient in-unit Bosch washer/dryer. A welcoming foyer adorned with a large reach-in closet and a pristine powder room flows into an open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen saturated with west facing light. See floor plan and full details here.

The Upper East Side
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While 520 Park Avenue's towering height is in line with the demands of today’s luxury buyers, its limestone facade and romantic roofline pay a respectful tribute to prewar architecture. Residents are greeted by a grand, attended lobby and vaulted salon with access to a lushly planted private garden. Amenities include a well-equipped fitness center, a double-height indoor swimming pool bathed in light from the garden above, sauna and steam rooms, spa treatment rooms, a children’s playroom, a business center, a lounge, and a screening room. It is entirely composed of simplex and duplex units, many of which have ranked among the top sales on the weeks of their closings.

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From the listing: Residence 23 is a full-floor upper simplex residence offering the perfect balance of a classic pre-war-inspired layout with space, privacy, dramatic views in every direction, and design only a Robert A.M Stern building can provide. Spanning over 4,600 square feet, perched above Park Avenue, you are welcomed by a private key-locked elevator foyer lined with beautiful geometric patterned marble floors, leading to an impressive gallery with 11’ ceilings and a grand corner living room facing north and east with floor to ceiling bay windows that perfectly frame unobstructed views of Central Park and cityscape. See floor plan and full details here.

NoMad
15-East-30th-Street-01 All images of Madison House via Douglas Elliman; Credit DBOX
Over the past few years, a forgettable stretch between Madison Square Park and Herald Square has blossomed into a destination with high-end shopping, popular restaurants, hip hotels, and stylish residential buildings. The tallest of these is Madison House, a soaring tower designed to make the most of views of the Empire State Building and the Midtown skyline. Amenities start 150 feet above grade level and include a fitness center, pool and spa area with hot tub and cold plunge pool, golf simulator, children’s playroom, private lounge with chef’s kitchen and dining room, and landscaped roof garden.

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From the listing: This 1,651-square-foot two-bedroom, two and a half-bath residence opens into an elegant entry foyer, leading to a living and dining room encased with 10-foot tall windows with north and west views. Gachot-designed custom rift-cut cabinetry accentuates the open kitchen, with a honed Calacatta Borghini marble waterfall island and backsplash. Gaggenau appliances including a cooktop, combi-steam oven, convection double oven, refrigerator, and wine refrigerator outfit the kitchen. White oak 5-inch plank floors and 9-foot solid walnut doors are featured throughout the residence. See floor plan and full details here.

Lower East Side - Chinatown
252-South-Street-01 Aerial photograph via Evan Joseph
With its towering height, masterfully designed apartments, and seemingly endless amenity package, One Manhattan Square is by far the tallest and most luxurious building in the Lower East Side-Chinatown-Two Bridges area. The tower rose on the former site of a Pathmark supermarket, and Brooklyn Fare Kitchen & Market is set to open its largest location yet in the base of the building. Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the beautifully crafted homes with abundant natural light, and a 20-year tax abatement is in effect.

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From the listing: The Skyscape Collection, featuring Residence 68J, is a home in the sky. This generous residence is designed by Meyer Davis and features 270-degree views of the Lower East Waterfront, New York Harbor, Financial District and Midtown Manhattan. There are astonishing panoramic views from Southwest and northwest corner living room and dining room. The windowed gourmet kitchen has a breakfast bar, pantry closet, and premium Miele and Sub-Zero appliance package with a double oven plus speed oven, built-in whole-bean coffee system, wine fridge, dishwasher and externally fully vented kitchen hood. See floor plan and full details here.

Turtle Bay - United Nations
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Residents able to look past the name on this building will be treated to spectacular, protected views of the East River and United Nations Headquarters from floor-to-ceiling windows. An attentive staff includes doormen, concierge personnel, housekeepers, and personal trainers; and 20,000 square feet of amenities include a health club, indoor saline pool, spa and steam room, wine storage room, and terrace with garden.

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From the listing: Modern, elegant and sophisticated, welcome home to a luxurious mega retreat in the sky. This extraordinary home has been meticulously renovated to deliver on every level. The splendid palette of finishes features spectacular panoramic Central Park, city, river and bridge views. The Kitchen features full custom Miton Italian cabinets, built-in Miele espresso machine, Sub-Zero glass door fridge, Miele glass cooktop, Miele gourmet oven, stainless steel sink with chef’s faucet, and two Miele dishwashers. See floor plan and full details here.

Financial District
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Curved, column-free corners and floor-to-ceiling windows fill the tallest residential building in the Financial District with abundant natural light and sweeping panoramas of the Lower Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor. A top-floor amenity suite houses a fitness center, relaxation lounge, and lap pool.

TriBeCa
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By virtue of its soaring height, the units at the Four Seasons Private Residences enjoy views of the Lower Manhattan skyline, the Midtown skyline, and the Hudson River. In addition to an extensive suite or private residential amenities, residents have access to the Four Seasons Hotel's amenities and services, including CUT, Wolfgang Puck's first New York restaurant.

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From the listing: A soaring corner condo graced with majestic views of 1 World Trade Center, the Financial District, and the Upper Bay and Hudson River, this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home is an ideal investment property or future primary residence. Southern and western light flows through oversized picture windows and falls onto beautiful herringbone oak floors. Modern touches include a multi-zone HVAC system, sleek fixtures, a washer/dryer, and pre-wiring for home automation. See floor plan and full details here.

Midtown East
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While 432 Park Avenue has been dethroned as the tallest building in the world since its opening, it still makes a statement with its crisp, minimalist design. Amenities include a fitness center curated by The Wright Fit, a 175-foot indoor pool, a spa area, and a private restaurant. It is well situated near Central Park, Fifth Avenue shopping, five-star dining, and major art galleries and auction houses (including Phillips auction house in the base of the building).

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From the listing: AD100 designer Joe Nahem created this masterpiece of a home with views of Central Park, Midtown Manhattan, the Hudson River, the Empire State Building, the New York Harbor in the distance, and beyond. You enter the residence, which occupies a full half floor of the building, via a private elevator entry and gallery, leading to the den or library, and the grand, corner living and dining room. See floor plan and full details here.

Midtown West Runner-Up
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On Billionaires' Row, Central Park Tower (see below) and 111 West 57th Street are neck and neck as the highest buildings in New York City. 111 West 57th Street combines the landmarked Steinway Hall with a skinny skyscraper, one of the tallest and skinniest in Manhattan. Amenities include an opulent lobby, a gracious port cochere entrance, a double-height fitness center with mezzanine terrace, an 82-foot pool with private cabanas, saunas, and spa treatment rooms.

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From the listing: Triplex Penthouse 72 is a spectacular, one-of-a-kind penthouse residence that offers the grandeur of expansive indoor-outdoor living across three full floors, all with breathtaking, unobstructed 360-degree vistas that are perfectly centered over the entirety of Central Park to the north, and river-to-river over Manhattan's iconic city skyline to the south. The triplex boasts 7,130 of beautifully finished interior square feet with four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. The extraordinary private loggia is 1,367 square feet and provides for an elevated, sheltered open-air entertaining experience unrivalled on Central Park South. See floor plan and full details here.

Midtown West
217-West-57th-Street-01 All images of Central Park Tower via Extell
In the heart of Billionaires' Row, Central Park Tower soars over the park and enjoys unmatched views of the city's waterways and the iconic Manhattan skyline. New York's seven-story Nordstrom flagship is in the base of the building, and amenities include fitness center, indoor pool, outdoor pool deck and cabanas, screening room, children's playroom, and the highest private residential club and ballroom in the world.

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From the listing: This expansive north, south, east, and west-facing five-bedroom, five-and-one-half-bathroom residence boasts limitless views of Central Park, the Manhattan skyline, Hudson and East Rivers, and beyond from an elevation of nearly 1,300 feet. Over 11-foot-tall floor-to-ceiling windows provide for an abundance of light throughout. A private foyer leads to a formal reception gallery, providing the perfect entry to the gracious Grand Salon featuring triple exposures. An oversized, gourmet eat-in-kitchen boasts corner views through floor-to-ceiling windows, custom cabinetry by Smallbone of Devizes, and premium Miele appliances. The primary suite encompasses the entire western wing of this residence and features a formal sitting room, oversized bathroom with dual features. See floor plan and full details here.

Coming Soon: Future Neighborhood Tallest Residential Buildings
Clinton Hill
550-Clinton-Avenue-01 Rendering via Morris Adjmi Architects
Construction is nearing completion on 550 Clinton Avenue, a tower that is short by supertall standards but a giant in its Clinton Hill neighborhood. The design by Morris Adjmi Architects features a gently angled tower with a staggered-pattern facade, rising from a four-story podium. Upon completion, it will feature approximately 60,000 square feet of retail space and 284 apartments (rentals most likely). Amenities are set to include a fitness center, game lounge, coworking space, and terrace with outdoor pool The building wraps around a full block that it shares with the landmarked Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew, and the project includes the restoration of the church's ornate Romanesque facade.

West Chelsea
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The tallest tower in The XI, one of the more inventive architectural masterpieces to go up in West Chelsea, is also the tallest tower in the neighborhood. The towers are curved to make the most of views of the Hudson River and the High Line, and are connected by two sky bridges. In addition to high-end retail, luxury condominiums, and sumptuous residential amenities, the towers will be home to the first Six Senses Hotel in the United States. Construction stalled before the pandemic, and a foreclosure auction was set for October 2021.

Cobble Hill
339-Hicks-Street-01 Rendering via Fortis Property Group
2 River Park will be the tallest tower in River Park, a new development on the former site of Long Island City Hospital. The curved glass facade will allow for amazing views of the Manhattan skyline, and the apartments will start on the third floor to make the most of them. Residential amenities will include an attended lobby, mail room, bike room, fitness center, indoor pool, lounges, and outdoor terraces.

Morningside Heights
100-Claremont-Avenue-01 Rendering of Claremont Hall via Binyan Studios
When Claremont Hall is completed, it will have overtaken Vandewater (see above) as the tallest building in Morningside Heights. The design is classically inspired, but will be designed to LEED Gold certification standards. Apartments are set to start on the eighth floor, and amenities will include a fully-attended lobby, resident lounge, fitness center, swimming pool, children's playroom, storage, and a bike room. It is coming about through developers' Lendlease Americas Inc. and Daiwa House Group purchase of approximately 350,000 square feet of development rights from the Union Theological Seminary.

Williamsburg
River Ring Williamsburg Rendering via Field Operations and Bjarke Ingels Group for Two Trees Management
Earlier this week, the City Planning Commission unanimously approved the rezoning required for River Ring, a new project that would transform a vacant industrial parcel into a waterfront community with a climate-resilient park, a new YMCA, and more than 1,000 new housing units. These will be located in a pair of residential towers located on a triangular podium and oriented to make the most of neighborhood and river views. A full vote by the City Council is expected by the end of the year.

Beekman-Sutton Place
3-Sutton-Place-01 Rendering of Sutton 58 via CityRealty
The Sutton Place section of Midtown has not historically been home to extremely tall buildings, but Sutton 58 brings a soaring tower with dramatic coffered niches to the local skyline (much to the chagrin of some locals). There will be no more than three apartments per floor, and no more than two units per floor above the 36th story. Amenities are expected to include a third-floor spa and pool, a fourth-floor fitness center, a fifth-floor game room, children's playroom, party room, and sport simulator, and a lounge, screening room, and terrace on the sixth floor.
3 Sutton Place Obstructed views from The Sovereign its residents tried to save by filing several lawsuits

NoMad
262-Fifth-Avenue-01 Rendering of 262 Fifth Avenue via DBOX
The empty lot at the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and 29th Street has sat quiet for three years, but excavation work began earlier this fall. The new tower will make an immediate impact on the Fifth Avenue skyline between the Flatiron Building and the Empire State Building, and top Madison House (see above) as the tallest tower in NoMad. All units will be either simplexes or duplexes, and amenities will include a fitness center, a common terrace, a swimming pool, and a roof deck with views nearly equivalent to those seen on the Empire State Building's 86th-floor observatory.
262-Fifth-Avenue-construction Construction beginning in November 2021

Downtown Brooklyn
9-Dekalb-Avenue-01 Rendering of The Brooklyn Tower via Binyan Studios
Construction on The Brooklyn Tower topped out earlier this fall, causing it to overtake Brooklyn Point (see above) as the tallest building in Brooklyn upon completion. The building acquired air rights from Junior's Restaurant as well as development rights from the landmarked Dime Savings Bank. The new building will accommodate a banquet/event space in the restored banking hall, and the bank’s marble and pink granite façade will be fused to the glass and steel tower on the rise. An outdoor pool and sun deck will be at the foot of the bank's Gustavino-tiled dome, and additional amenities will include two fitness centers, several lounge spaces, an indoor pool, and 82 parking places.
9-Dekalb-Avenue-02 Construction progress circa October 2021 via Michael Toolan

Financial District
45-Broad-Street-01 Rendering of 45 Broad Street via Madison Equities/CetraRuddy
Construction on 45 Broad Street began in 2017 with grand plans for eight floors of office space, 209 condominiums, and amenities like an indoor pool, fitness center, outdoor garden, and library. However, in January 2020, the developers put the project on hold due to market conditions. They have not returned to it yet, and previous construction equipment has been removed. However, Robert Gladstone, owner of developer Madison Equities, told The New York Times, "We will live to fight another day."
Excavation starting in 2018 before beign put on hold.

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