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The Machinery Exchange via Compass The Machinery Exchange via Compass
Many of us are returning to work after a three-day weekend, but the New York real estate market doesn't take days off: According to CityRealty listings, nearly 500 new condos and co-ops came on the market in the past week with a median price of $1.5 million for condos and $875K for co-ops. Gorgeous homes in the city's most established and popular areas caught our eye, as did a listing in New York's newest neighborhood: The first residential tower in Hudson Yards, Fifteen Hudson Yards, just unveiled its amenities and the news that it has netted more than $800 million in contracts.
145-West-11th-Street-1 All images of The Greenwich Lane via Corcoran
145-West-11th-Street-2 Kitchen
145-West-11th-Street-3 Master bedroom
Just off the entry hall of this beautifully proportioned condo on a tree-lined Village street, a handsome library is outfitted with custom millwork and offers a cozy counterpoint to the home's expansive proportions. Down the hall, an impressive custom kitchen boasts walls of casement windows, every convenience and appliance, a breakfast area, and a small terrace overlooking a central courtyard. All bedrooms have en suite baths with high-end fixtures, but the sunny, south-facing master suite also offers a separate sitting area and dressing hall with two walk-in closets. See floor plan and full details here.

354-Broadway-1 All images of D'Arte House via Compass
354-Broadway-2 Living room
354-Broadway-3 Master bedroom
Full-floor downtown loft is flooded with light from four exposures and further enhanced by soaring ceilings. At the heart of the home, an enormous living room has a wood-burning fireplace, built-in bookshelves, and access to one of two private terraces overlooking the best of Tribeca. A massive master suite boasts three exposures, floor-to-ceiling closets, built-in bookshelves, and windowed, five-fixture bath with soaking tub, rain shower, and TV hookup. See floor plan and full details here.

1220-Park-Avenue-1 All images of 1220 Park Avenue via Brown Harris Stevens
1220-Park-Avenue-2 Foyer
1220-Park-Avenue-3 Living room
High-floor home in a Rosario Candela-designed building is flooded with sunlight and warmed by wood-burning fireplaces in the living and dining rooms. The apartment has been meticulously renovated with enhancements like new soundproof windows, chef's kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, and Sonos sound system. It's little wonder this grand Park Avenue apartment was featured in House Beautiful. See floor plan and full details here.

136-Baxter-Street-1 All images of The Machinery Exchange via Compass
136-Baxter-Street-2 Living room and kitchen
136-Baxter-Street-3 Bedroom
Having started out as a horse stable for the Beaux-Arts Police Building, this Nolita apartment's rich history comes through in the original cast iron columns, soaring pine ceilings, exposed timber beams, skylight, and whitewashed brick. However, the state-of-the-art kitchen and ability to control the whole apartment by iPad nod to the needs and wishes of today's buyer. The upper-level master suite boasts striking treetop views, a fully built out walk-in closet, and spa-like bath with deep soaking tub. See floor plan and full details here.

520-West-28th-Street-1 All images of 520 West 28th Street via Corcoran
520-West-28th-Street-2 Bedroom
520-West-28th-Street-3 Private balcony
Beautifully laid out apartment in Pritzker Prize laureate Zaha Hadid's New York masterpiece is filled with light from south, east, and west exposures, not to mention incredible interior details and proportions. Just off the massive Great Room, a private balcony overlooks the High Line and sculpture garden. The chef's kitchen with Gaggenau appliances flows seamlessly into a windowed family room. See floor plan and full details here.

15-Hudson-Yards-1 All images of Fifteen Hudson Yards via Corcoran
15-Hudson-Yards-2 Kitchen
15-Hudson-Yards-3 Bedroom
Located in Hudson Yards' first residential building, this high-floor home boasts spectacular views of the mega-development's public square and gardens. An open windowed kitchen comes outfitted with a free-standing marble island, custom oak cabinetry, and Miele appliances. While all bedrooms offer impressive closet space, the master suite comes with a walk-in and a luxurious bath. See floor plan and full details

452-West-142nd-Street-1 All images of 452 West 142nd Street via Compass
452-West-142nd-Street-2 Living room
452-West-142nd-Street-3 Bedroom
Tastefully renovated townhouse on Hamilton Heights' gold coast offers wonderful space, historic details, and endless potential and configuration possibilities. Currently laid out as a two-family home, the garden level and owner's triplex both boast gorgeous entertaining space and excellent light. The townhouse is conveniently located near City College, several parks, popular restaurants, and the 145th Street subway stop. See floor plan and full details here.

123-Pierrepont-Street-1 All images of 123 Pierrepont Street via Corcoran
123-Pierrepont-Street-2 Dining area and kitchen
123-Pierrepont-Street-3 Bedroom
Loft-like home in the heart of Brooklyn Heights boasts 10' ceilings, exposed brick, open floor plan, southern exposure, and meticulously whitewashed oak floors. The living room offers two wood-burning fireplaces and plenty of room for relaxing and entertaining alike. The designer kitchen is outfitted with high-end appliances and Paperstone countertops. See floor plan and full details here.

16-Warren-Street-1 All images of Tribeca Townhomes via Corcoran
16-Warren-Street-2 Den
16-Warren-Street-3 Master bedroom
A key-locked elevator leads to this modern take on Tribeca loft life. Features include soaring 16' ceilings, wide-plank Brazilian walnut floors, enormous double-glazed windows, gas fireplace, and open, minimalist kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances. Between the private balcony, home office space, spa-like bath, and extra-large closets that include two walk-ins, no detail was overlooked in the master suite. See floor plan and full details here.

190-New-York-Avenue-1 All images of 190 New York Avenue via Corcoran
190-New-York-Avenue-2 Dining room
190-New-York-Avenue-3 Private backyard
Located on a tree-lined Crown Heights block, this prewar townhouse is a "stand alone" in terms of both classification and style. The parlor floor is abundant in period details like original moldings, 11' ceilings, hardwood floors, and three fireplaces. It is also rich in star power - the home was built by Edward P. York (Rockefeller's architect), lived in by Ethel Waters, and visited by Edward R. Murrow. See floor plan and full details here.

Honorable Mentions:

39-Worth-Street-1 39 Worth Street via Prime Manhattan Lofts
252-East-57th-Street-1 252 East 57th Street via Nest Seekers
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