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Whole Foods to open at One Wall Street | Macklowe Properties Whole Foods to open at One Wall Street | Macklowe Properties
The "Trader Joe's effect" has often been bandied about in real estate circles, and hard data emerged to back it up in 2019: A study by ATTOM Data Solutions found that homeowners living near a Trader Joe's grocery store experienced a higher return on investment than those living near Whole Foods or Aldi. As of this writing, the number of New Yorkers poised to make the most of it is only on the way up. At the beginning of December 2021, the doors opened at the new Trader Joe's outpost in the Bridgemarket space under the Queensboro Bridge, a space described as the city's most beautiful supermarket. Locals were lined up since 6:30 a.m., and a jazz band serenaded shoppers as they shopped in this historic setting, now enhanced by murals paying homage to the New York neighborhood.
 
 
 
 
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Those in the outer boroughs need not feel left out. A Williamsburg Trader Joe's location will open at 200 Kent Avenue on Friday, December 10. Additionally, on Tuesday, December 7, the Landmarks Preservation Commission ("Landmarks") is set to review a proposal to modify the entrance and interiors, as well as install signage and lighting at the Dollar Savings Bank building at 2530 Grand Concourse in the Bronx. The Art Deco building went up in the early 1930s as a bank branch, and was quickly distinguished by its red-brick facade and tower with a four-faced clock. However, the clock has not worked in years, and a gaping hole in its face has let in rain and pigeons, causing damage to the landmarked interiors. Real estate investor Ivan Diaz announced a plan to buy the tower and fix the clock in December 2013; more recently, Cushman & Wakefield is marketing the office portion of the building, and the Landmarks presentation shows a Fine Fare grocery store in the space.
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However, shoppers' enthusiasm for new supermarkets goes beyond appreciation for the stores’ exclusive offerings and helpful staff. Convenience has been at a premium at a time when no one wanted to be out of the house for longer than necessary; and, even in the rosiest of times, even the most die-hard New Yorkers weren’t enthusiastic about lugging heavy bags of groceries for several blocks, if not on the subway. Many luxury developers recognize this, and are now promoting nearby grocery stores as much as they would their more over-the-top amenities. Below, we take a look at a number of buildings throughout the city with grocery stores within a few blocks, if not an elevator ride away. The buildings are ranked by the nearby grocery stores' Yelp rating.

Coming Soon

Trader Joe's, 200 Kent Avenue
Opening December 10, 2021

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From the listing: Built in 1915 as a Grocery Trade, then later converted into a Bourbon distillery, Austin Nichols House has been expertly preserved and converted into a beacon of contemporary loft living. Situated in prime Williamsburg, Austin Nichols House is one of only a few landmarked buildings nestled along the Brooklyn waterfront offering Manhattan skyline views, tranquil outdoor space and the North Williamsburg Ferry Landing located outside of the building's front door. Immediate occupancy and J51 tax abatement. See floor plan and full details here.

Whole Foods, 1 Wall Street
Opening estimated for late 2021


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From the Listing: Residence 622 is a sprawling one-bedroom home overlooking the New York Stock Exchange. Featuring a California King-sized bedroom including an expansive hallway lined with closets to the bedroom’s en suite bathroom, this layout was designed for opulent living within the heart of the world’s financial capital. The building’s one-of-a-kind residences maintain the integrity and sprawling character of the 1930s scale, boasting ceiling heights over ten feet throughout and wide-plank French Oak hardwood floors. Kitchens designed by Harry Macklowe himself provide seamless technology coupled with classic elegance. See floor plan and full details here.

Wegmans, 770 Broadway
Opening estimated for 2023

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From the listing: The Penthouse at 45 East 7th Street is a jaw-dropping single floor trophy home spanning the entire top of the building's floor plate with over 2,500 square feet interior and providing the highest level of comfort and indoor-outdoor living with a private corner terrace extending 2,100+ square feet with its widest area measuring over 100' long and over 50' wide! Enter through the gallery measuring nearly 40' long toward the home's massive open concept living area and kitchen all with airy 10' ceilings throughout. The bright, expansive living room opens directly out to the 2,100+ square-foot south-facing corner terrace. See floor plan and full details here.

Trader Joe's, 121 West 125th Street
Opening estimated for 2023

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Whole Foods, 63 Madison Avenue
Opening TBA

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From the listing: Available for immediate occupancy, Residence 39B is a 888-square-foot one bedroom, one-and-a-half bath with a fantastic northern view overlooking iconic architecture. Flexible by design, the floor plan allows for a one-or two-bedroom residence. Interiors boast rusticated hardwood floors, bronze-finished hardware, and soaring ceilings up to 11 feet high with window heights of nine feet. The open kitchen with Miele appliances features custom ultra-matte, dark charcoal woodwork, metal-framed glass upper cabinetry, and Calacatta honed marble countertops. Anchored by a custom-designed vanity, the dramatic primary bath offers brass-finished fixtures and radiant heated floors in dark, veined marble. A powder room for guests, ample closet space, and a washer/dryer complete this ideal home, which can be augmented with storage available at additional cost. See floor plan and full details here.

Now Open

"I really appreciate the workers who were there [during the pandemic] - they were still very friendly and working hard" - Sarah X.

The Upper East Side is known for gracious living, and its Whole Foods outpost lives up to that with offerings like custom floral arrangements, fresh pasta by the pound, and freshly squeezed orange juice.

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From the Listing: Residence 20A at 180 East 88 presents a corner two-bedroom, two and a half baths, with soaring 14' ceilings encompassing midtown views to the south, as well as extensive city views to the north. Prewar style inspired detailing begins in the elliptical entry gallery with coved ceilings and custom plaster wainscoting complemented by an oval pattern inset into the herringbone flooring. Residence 20A features an open-plan living and dining area encompassing a custom-designed kitchen with white lacquered cabinetry by Molteni & C Dada for DDG, Statuario marble countertop, as well as a full suite of Gaggenau appliances and brass fixtures by Fantini. See floor plan and full details here.

"There are too few quality grocery stores in Harlem" - Pamela S.

When Harlem's first Whole Foods opened, real estate agents and residents alike saw it as a sign of the neighborhood's upswing. Over three and a half years later, a Trader Joe's is on the way (see above) and locals have come to embrace the store's selection of beers, cheeses, and baked goods. Additional offerings include a Market Burger outpost, mochi bar, and nut butter grinding station.

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From the Listing: Introducing residence 10G at 300 West, a 1,000-square-foot eastern-facing two-bedroom, two-bathroom, offering an extensive living/dining space that boasts custom White Oak herringbone flooring, central heating and air conditioning, and insulated oversized windows. The custom kitchen designed by Paris Forino, is complete with White Oak cabinetry and Carrara marble countertops and backsplash. This unique kitchen features a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf oven and gas range, Cove dishwasher and a summit wine refrigerator. See floor plan and full details here.

"The seafood section of this particular store markets some of the freshest seafood in Manhattan" - Peter S.

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Before the BridgeMarket Trader Joe's opened its doors, locals looked to this Whole Foods to meet their gourmet grocery needs. Customers appreciate the seafood selection, and the store offers a squeeze-your-own orange juice machine and nut butter grinding station.

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From the Listing: Enchanting city and river views through expansive walls of glass in every room of this incredibly luxurious and elegantly appointed, 2,996 square foot, 3-bedroom/3.5-bath home, are sure to impress. Designed by the world-renown architectural firm, SOM, with interiors by Daniel Romualdez, 252 was one of the most popular and best selling luxury condominiums on Billionaire's Row. The architecturally significant curve, oversized south-facing balcony, 11 foot ceilings, and south, east, and west exposures define this sophisticated home which trades with parking and private storage. Enter 58C through a proper foyer that gracefully transitions to an 18' reception gallery framing the southern city views; highlights include the East River, Chrysler Building, and One Vanderbilt among other notable landmarks, in this impressive cityscape. See floor plan and full details here.

"Is it the ease of location? Just steps from Atlantic. Or maybe it's the ABUNDANCE of plant-based/vegan options present." - Racquel B.

Given its address near the myriad subway lines at Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center, it's easy for Brooklynites to pick up groceries. This location has Juice Press and Next Level Burger eateries, and additional offerings include a mochi bar and nut butter grinders.

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From the Listing: Residence 13J at One Hanson Place—a residential loft conversion of the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank Building—offers a graciously proportioned, nearly 1,400 square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom home with incredible pre-war detail, modernized interiors and endless sunset views over the New York Harbor and Statue of Liberty. Airy and bright with 10.5-foot beamed ceilings and architectural arches unique to this line, this loft-style home features an open kitchen with lava stone countertops, Viking appliances, and a breakfast bar, as well as a generous living room with separate dining area perfect for entertaining and lounging. See floor plan and full details here.

"I come here for essentially everything: from grocery shopping, dinner at times...and pick up a few drinks along the way" - Jacky C.

Between the gourmet grocery offerings, beer growler fill-ups, and wine store, this Whole Foods outpost truly is a one-stop shop for gourmands. The store also offers a squeeze-your-own orange juice station, nut butter grinders, and bulk Whole Body products.

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From the listing: This three-bedroom home is graciously appointed with generously proportioned living space and three full bathrooms. Floor-to-ceiling windows bathe the living room in natural light while the 7'-1/2'' wide plank oak floors bring an air of modern elegance throughout the home. Opening to the large living room, you are greeted by clean, white, polished quartz countertops. Sleek grey glass cabinetry perfectly complements the white quartz. The cabinetry above the stovetop is framed by a striking Calacatta Novus quartz trim which flows into the quartz slab backsplash. Chic, yet functional, the kitchen is complete with an integrated Bosch appliance package and polished chrome Watermark fixtures. See floor plan and full details here.

"I love the quality of the groceries here! Don't be discouraged if there is a long line" - Cara T.

Customers of this Whole Foods are eagerly awaiting the reopening of the store's hot bar with its extensive selection catering to all diets and tastes. In the meantime, it continues to offer fresh fruit, squeeze-your-own orange juice station, nut butter grinders, mochi bars, and bulk Whole Body, sweeteners, and spices.

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From the listing: #14B is an immaculately kept and updated condo with a dramatic sense of scale and space felt immediately upon entering the home. Dual exposures facing south and west in addition to a split layout make this a desirable offering for those seeking airy loft architecture in a full service building downtown. Defining features of #14B include a massive living room measuring 19’ wide by 29’ long, a unique corner exposure, large picture windows and 10’ ceilings. The entertaining and seating area is oversized which allows for gracious dining for 8. Open to the living area is a large kitchen with shaker style cabinets carried through to the ceiling, state of the art appliances, a large island with more storage and barstool seating. See floor plan and full details here.

"This place is definitely a one-stop shop" - Betty L.

Given its proximity to Union Square, this Whole Foods outpost is ideal for grabbing groceries or even a meal for a park picnic. Shoppers appreciate the variety of prepared foods, organic produce, and bulk Whole Body and spice selections.

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From the listing: Designed by published designer, Karen Cole, whose mantra is “to create small surprises and moments of beauty in a space” delivers a classic look with a timeless appeal to this high floor 2-bedroom in Eran Chen’s amenity driven, 5-Star boutique luxury condominium, 15 Union Square West. A welcoming gallery hallway leads to the heart of the home featuring wide-open park views through its floor-to-ceiling windows. Winter, spring, summer, or fall, the park’s enchanting outdoor landscape offers a front row seat to the beauty of changing seasons. See floor plan and full details here.

"I love finding cool products here and there" - Miriam W.

Williamsburg has experienced a retail renaissance in recent years, and that includes the neighborhood's first Whole Foods outpost. In addition to the organic produce, extensive vegetarian options, and bakery items shoppers have come to know and love, this location offers a Kimbap Lab, Williamsburg Sandwich, on-tap kombucha, mochi bar, and "odd item recycling" bin.

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From the listing: A brand new floor-through Penthouse situated in a prime Williamsburg locale just two stops from Manhattan, this stunning 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom home is an exemplar of contemporary Brooklyn luxury. Designed by Veronica Mishaan, the apartment features oversized windows with incredible skyline views, beautiful GRATO engineered hardwood floors, airy 10-ft ceilings, an in-unit washer/dryer, a refuse room, and plenty of storage. Keyed elevator access directly to your Penthouse that opens to a welcoming entry hall with coat closet that flows into a spacious open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen saturated with natural light. The kitchen is equipped with an eat-in peninsula, sleek white quartz countertops and backsplashes, custom soft-close ash veneer cabinets, and a suite of fully-integrated high-end Bosch appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

"I like this market because they literally have everything" - Suzumi A.

Before Trader Joe's made its way to the Kips Bay/Murray Hill area, Fairway was a mainstay for locals. Residents appreciate the great care in the cheese and meat departments, delicious bakery items, weekly deals, and helpfulness of the staff.

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From the listing: You will love the well-proportioned layout of this 806-square-foot north/west corner one-bedroom. A gracious foyer, with closet leads you past the west-facing bedroom and into a bright corner living room with a windowed open kitchen, graced with a generous breakfast bar. Floor-to-ceiling, sound-attenuated windows further enhance this residence. A Bosch stackable washer/dryer is located near the kitchen and there are two closets for your storage needs. See floor plan and full details here.

"Picnic in the park? No problem" - Rose N.

When this Whole Foods opened in a predominantly office-dominated area, people appreciated the ability to grab groceries on the way home or get takeout for lunch in Bryant Park. In addition to the traditional hot bar, the store's eateries include Pizza Parlor, Fresca Burrito, Harbor Bar, Medi, and Genji Sushi Kano.

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From the listing: From the Listing: Located high above vibrant Bryant Park in the heart of New York City, this David Chipperfield-designed floor-through two bedroom (possible 3 bed) residence with a windowed study boasts twenty two floor-to-ceiling windows wrapping three exposures. At 1,882 square feet, this home offers an expansive floorplan with an abundance of natural light and incomparable views of Bryant Park and the Empire State Building through Vitrocsa sliding glass doors with Juliet balconies. The custom terrazzo facade transitions seamlessly to the interiors, creating crisp architectural frames to the windows and a border for the heated oak herringbone floors. The residence’s bespoke millwork cleverly conceals storage, appliances and mechanical systems, allowing continuous, full 9' 6' inch ceiling heights to carry throughout the residence. See floor plan and full details here.

"The quality, service, logistic, and space were top-notch" - Cynthia Z.

Deustche Bank Center is known for its shopping and dining offerings, and the Whole Foods in the basement level would appear to be a combination of both. Visitors and tourists alike appreciate the extensive selection and high-quality customer service.

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From the listing: Direct Central Park views from this high floor 2,416-square-foot 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath luxury condominium in the acclaimed Deutsche Bank Center's South Tower. 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. See floor plan and full details here.

"Wide open space and perfectly stocked in every category" - Cam E.

The Tribeca Whole Foods' expansive layout and generous selection have already been greatly appreciated, and even more so in the age of social distancing. Tribeca Burger and Tribeca Sandwich sell made-to-order meals, and the store also offers beer growler fill-ups, a mochi bar, and produce from Community Supported Agriculture.

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From the listing: This elegant south-facing 2 bed, 2.5 bath home boasts beautiful southern light with an additional area for a home office, floor-to-ceiling 10-foot glass windows, and an extended great room that’s perfect for entertaining, all in a building that gives you everything in one place: a brand new amenity space, in-building parking, Whole Foods Market, Barnes & Noble, Bed, Bath & Beyond and Soul Cycle! The split floor plan allows for privacy in each bedroom suite that include large closets for easy organizing and en-suite bathrooms. The living and dining areas are served by an expansive open chef’s kitchen boasting a Miele appliance package, generous storage, and lots of counter space. The washer and dryer is conveniently located in the apartment. See floor plan and full details here.

"The store is super sleek with multiple cash register areas, plenty of space to walk around, and an overall beautiful aesthetic." - Nishad J.

Across the street from the acclaimed restaurants of Hudson Yards, this Whole Foods is the natural setting for those who prefer to dine in. In addition to its organic produce, extensive meat and seafood selections, and prepared food of all cuisines, this branch has outposts from Matchaful, Cafe Grumpy, Black Top Stir Fry, Jajaja, and West Side Corner to be enjoyed at home or on the public seating area the store opens up to.

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From the listing: Welcome to this sublime skyline penthouse nestled in the ultra-luxurious Hudson Yards neighborhood, a stunning 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home wrapped in floor-to-ceiling windows and saturated with natural light. Highlights of this 2,538-square-foot apartment include beautiful hardwood floors, northern and western exposure, a side-by-side washer/dryer, soaring ceilings over 10 feet in height, and expansive views of the Manhattan skyline including the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. A grand foyer adorned with a powder room and coat closets leads into an wraparound living room, dining room, and kitchen overlooking the river. The kitchen is equipped with an eat-in waterfall peninsula, a windowed breakfast nook, sleek marble countertops and backsplashes, custom cabinets, and a suite of fully-integrated appliances from Miele. See floor plan and full details here.

"One of the smaller locations throughout the city but still great in functionality" - Brandon G.

The Lower East Side is known for its bars and nightlife, but residents can take some of that home in the form of an extensive selection of local beer growler fill-ups at this Whole Foods supermarket. This store also has a Dish & Saucery outpost, squeeze-your-own orange juice station, and nut butter grinders.

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From the listing: Inspired by the contemporary aesthetic of Italian rationalist design, 32 East 1st Street purposely lives within its urban context, presenting a substantial limestone exoskeleton accentuated by expansive windows and geometric metal detailing. Residence 5D is a spectacular two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence boasting western exposures & features expansive triple-pane windows and brushed solid white oak wood floors. Features include 10' ceilings in the living room and bedrooms, integrated audio system in the living room, and heated floors in all baths. See floor plan and full details here.

"Fairway market, the place where you can feel the New York spirit" - Lola G.

Despite the recent arrivals of Whole Foods and Trader Joe's (see below), Fairway remains a mainstay for Upper West Siders. They appreciate the ease of navigation, popular brands, and fresh offerings in the cheese, meat, seafood, and bakery departments.

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From the listing: This impressive 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom condominium provides a coveted opportunity to live at the legendary Ansonia. Bright, spacious and perched on the seventh floor, this residence offers the perfect balance between pre-war beauty and modern convenience. The grand layout provides an abundance of natural light from its north, east, and west exposures. The gracious entrance foyer leads into an oversized great room, including original herringbone floors, impressive 10-foot+ ceiling heights and cornice moldings throughout. The eat-in chef’s kitchen is equipped with Miele, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances as well as extensive pantry storage. See floor plan and full details here.

"They almost always have everything in stock, and if they don't there is always a team member around to check in the back or help you find an alternative." - Kellianne H.

Between the endless prepared food offerings and a wine shop next door, it is hard to imagine an easier way to put together a gourmet meal on a busy night in New York City. Locals love the layout, fresh produce, courteous staff, and attention to health and safety.

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From the listing: This spacious two bedroom, two full bathroom loft-like apartment is south facing and sun blasted. High ceilings and oversized windows, have you immersed in light and bright sky views. This home boasts contemporary designer touches throughout including Asko washer/dryer, Somfy electronic blinds, oak flooring and central air conditioning. The open chef’s kitchen with Corian counter top, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf gas range, Eggersman oak cabinetry, Bosch dishwasher and Sub-Zero wine storage make for great cooking and entertaining. The unit is vacant and ready for a fast deal! See floor plan and full details here.

"Very clean, organized and well ran location. The check out line looks super long but it moves quickly!" - Olivia S.

Sampling may be suspended for health and safety's sake, but that does not detract from the enjoyment of this Upper West Side Trader Joe's, located across the street from the 72nd Street 1/2/3 subway station. Local shoppers appreciate the high-quality products, offerings for vegetarians and vegans, efficient layout, and courteous staff.

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From the listing: A dramatic white oak entry door with keyless entry opens onto 5” plank white oak flooring bathed in natural light from oversized east-facing windows. The spacious curved corner great room is ideal for entertaining or relaxing, and includes a separate dining area and built-in cabinetry for a television or artwork. The custom CetraRuddy designed open kitchen is outfitted with white matte lacquer cabinetry, honed quartzite slab countertop and backsplash, and a full suite of Miele appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

"The staff is super kind and really nice. They always have the things I need in stock and that always makes me happy" - Chelsea P.

This Trader Joe's is well positioned to attract shoppers from Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill, and Downtown Brooklyn alike. Safety protocols and a limited number of shoppers allow people to feel safe going in now; at any time, locals appreciate the airy atmosphere, exclusive offerings, well-organized layout, and efficient staff.

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From the listing: In mint condition and lived in only by one owner, this turnkey home is ready to become your dream residence. As you enter the open-concept living and dining room, you will be impressed by this home’s double-wide living room featuring two wide bays of western windows. The living room is 20 feet wide with high ceilings nearing 10 feet. Exceptionally well-crafted, it features high-end design finishes throughout, such as the 4-inch wide white oak plank flooring, California Closets in premium grey grain finish in all closets. See floor plan and full details here.

"A true slice of suburbia but in Navy Yard" - Sarah B.

When the first Wegman's in New York City opened in October 2019, transplants got up at five a.m. to be the first shoppers and part of the celebrations. Some were skeptical as to why one would do that, but were quickly won over by the impressive prepared food offerings, grocery items and recipes, and helpful staff. Additionally, the supermarket introduced a live feed to see if there's a line outside the store.

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From the listing: This one-of-a-kind Penthouse 2 bed, 2 bath duplex condo, imagined and executed by design firm General Assembly, spans an entire floor and has four outdoor spaces. A keyed elevator entry quietly glides you up to the penthouse apartment, which is configured into two separate wings. Head into the living/entertaining area and you notice a span of west-facing floor-to-ceiling windows, showing DUMBO/Manhattan Bridge views and blue skies. Reclaimed oak beams from 19th-century barns serve as the apartment's plank floors, which gently contrast the cityscape before you, the open floor plan seamlessly allowing separate dining, living, kitchen, west-facing balcony, and office areas. See floor plan and full details here.

"Whether you live in the area or passing through, this Trader Joe's is sure to please." - Johanna B.

As Hudson Square makes the transition from industrial to residential, this Trader Joe's is well positioned for incoming residents to do their food shopping. Visitors appreciate the friendly staff, expansive layout, and extremely generous grocery offerings.

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From the listing: Residence 17J at 110 Charlton Street is a corner two-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium home with both south and east exposures. The entrance foyer leads you past abundant storage to an open windowed kitchen along with your 29-foot-long entertaining space. Every detail of Greenwich West's interior has been carefully conceived and designed by Parisian architect Sebastien Segers. Over-sized casement windows allow for abundant light to stream across wide-plank European white oak floors. In the kitchen, Miele appliances nestle into custom walnut integration, with metal lacquer and fluted mirror casework upper cabinetry crafted by Molteni&C See floor plan and full details here.

"About time! This area has needed a Trader Joe's for a while now...Every register is occupied by staff and they are quick and efficient." - Michael S.

Until June 2021, Long Island City residents craving Mandarin Orange chicken, Everything But the Bagel-seasoned snacks, or Cinnamon Sugar Bread could either trek to Rego Park or get on the subway from Manhattan with an armload of bags. The store's decor pays tribute to the local neighborhood, and residents appreciate the store's rich selections of produce, cheese, beer, and flowers.

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From the listing: This stunning 3-bed unit located on the upper floors with panoramic city skyline views possesses 1,184 interior square footage and 504 square feet of private outdoor space, airy 10-foot-high ceilings, expansive floor-to-ceiling Lami windows with thermal insulation, wide plank white oak flooring, energy efficient multi-zone heating and cooling, and a convenient Miele washer/dryer. The kitchen is equipped with custom white oak cabinetry wit LED under-cabinet lighting, veined quartzite countertops, a matching backsplash, and a suite of fully-integrated high-end Miele appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

"A brilliant addition to the community" - Ruggy L.

A key component of the Essex Crossing mega-development was the largest Trader Joe's location on the East Coast. While it has not usurped local mainstay Essex Market, locals are nevertheless excited by the seemingly endless product selection, wide aisles, and friendly staff.

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From the listing: Residence 11B is a spacious 1,237-square-foot 2-bedroom, 2.- bathroom home that delivers stunning southwestern views toward Downtown Manhattan. This residence features wide plank European oak flooring with a warm custom stain, ceiling heights of up to 10 feet, and oversized windows providing exceptional natural light and air. The open kitchen features a two-tiered preparation and dining island and Italian cabinetry by Moca finished in taupe glossy lacquer and tabac stained oak, with Honed Dolomiti marble countertops and backsplash. Additional storage has been thoughtfully integrated into the backsplash with sliding metal screen doors that complete this elegant design feature. See floor plan and full details here.

"Claustrophobic TJ fans need not fear shopping at TJs in Manhattan!" - Sarah K.

In the Ladies Mile Historic District, the Trader Joe's outpost has become a shopping destination for New Yorkers all over the city. The soaring ceilings and spacious layout make for a comfortable shopping atmosphere, the extensive grocery, body, and plant offerings are highly attractive, and the helpful staff are a highlight of the visit.

121-West-19th-Street-01 All images of Lion's Head via Engel & Volkers
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From the listing: This stunning three-bedroom, 2.5 bath loft boasts 10.5-foot ceilings, hardwood floors and oversized tilt and turn windows with incredible light that fills the entire home. The entry way features two coat closets and leads you to the grand open living and dining area. Whether enjoying a quiet night or entertaining in multiple seating areas, enjoy open sunny sky and city views that include the Empire State building. The gracious open kitchen features a large breakfast-bar, abundant counter and cabinet space and top-of-the-line appliances. A large spacious hallway leads you to the powder room, second full bathroom, huge laundry/storage/pantry room and the bedroom wing. See floor plan and full details here.

"Oh Trader Joe's, my favorite grocery store in the U.S., you've finally arrived on the Upper East Side!" - Old Fart M.

Trader-Joes-01 Rendering via MADDD Equities LLC for Landmarks Preservation Commission
Six years after the Food Emporium under the Queensboro Bridge closed, Trader Joe's opened its doors where Midtown East gives way to the Upper East Side. The Bridgemarket space's landmarked status required a few Landmarks hearings, but the grocery store ultimately prevailed to the delight of locals.

200-East-59th-Street-01 All images of 200 East 59th Street via Douglas Elliman
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From the listing: This spectacular 835-square-foot one-bedroom, one and a half-bath light-filled corner residence features 22 linear feet of terrace space with exposures to the south and west. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows and expansive 10’ ceilings tie the inside/out living concept together perfectly. The 144 square foot terrace seamlessly connects the great room to an open kitchen outfitted with Italian white glass and aluminum trim cabinetry by Aran Cuchine, book matched honed Calacatta marble slab countertops, full-height backsplashes, and integrated Brilliant White glass appliances by Miele including an integrated wine refrigerator. See floor plan and full details here.

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