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Plans and renderings of new development penthouse of Hillrose28, ERA and Vandewater Plans and renderings of new development penthouse of Hillrose28, ERA and Vandewater
In a city where every inch of floor space really does count, floor plans should never be an afterthought. In fact, whether you’re looking to rent or buy, knowing how to find and interpret floor plans is essential. After all, in New York City, listings for one-bedroom units aren’t always what they claim to be and neither are listings for two-bedroom units and so on. By obtaining and scrutinizing floor plans in advance, you can save hours and even days of time when searching for a new home, since in most cases, floor plans will help you eliminate any apartments that don’t meet your baseline criteria. This article outlines how to locate floor plans, even when they aren’t included with a listing, and how to interpret these plans once you have them in hand.

Locating apartment floor plans

 

Unofficial floor plans can often be found online and frequently are already included as part of a listing. Of course, in some cases, the floor plans aren’t included and often, their absence says as much their inclusion. But this raises an important question: If a floor plan isn’t included in a listing, where can you find one for the unit in question? The first step is to do a simple online search. Typing the exact address and words “floor plan” into a search will often turn up the floor plan for the unit you’re thinking of renting or buying. If not, you can always ask the agent or broker who has listed the unit or your own agent or broker.

Another option, especially relevant to residential new developments, is to view the offering plan on New York State's Real Estate Finance Bureau website. Usually, the initial offering submitted will have the layout of every unit to be sold. The final option is to visit a Borough Office (find your local office here) and request access to the floor plan. You can view plans for free, but if you want a copy it will cost $8.00 for the first page and $5.00 per additional page (full details are available on the City of New York’s Building Floor Plan site).

Greenwich-West--02 Greenwich West penthouse floorplan

Interpreting apartment floor plans

 

Once you’ve found the floor plan in question, the next step is to interpret the plan. There are generally seven key features you should examine:
  1. Bedrooms: The first and most important thing to assess is how many bedrooms the apartment actually has. In New York City, many one-bedroom units are advertised as two-bedroom units and so on. In most cases, if the apartment is listed as a two bedroom but the floor plan only shows one bedroom, the lister is simply suggesting the apartment might be “flexed” with the addition of a temporary wall.

    In some cases, however, a bedroom may not appear on the floor plan but already exist in the unit. If this is the case, it is nearly always an indication that the room was added later. If you’re thinking about renting or buying, you will definitely want to confirm that the wall was a legal addition. Finally, it is important to check the size and location of the bedrooms. Bear in mind that legal bedrooms must be a minimum of 80 square feet with a minimum width of 8 feet in any dimension, have at least one window opening to a street, yard, or other outdoor space, and two means of exit (one may be a window).

     

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  3. Layout: Many NYC apartments were built as railroads or floor-through apartments. While this can work well for a family with young children, if your children are teens or you’re looking for a unit that will work with roommates, the railroad is rarely ideal. While they do tend to run much larger, walking through a roommate’s or older child’s bedroom to get to the living room or kitchen is generally asking for trouble.
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  5. Kitchens: By definition, kitchens must be 80 square feet or more. Anything smaller is technically just a kitchenette.
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  7. Living spaces: Since there are few rules about what can count as a living room, it's often open to interpretation by owners and listing agents. Worse yet, it is often lumped in with other rooms, such as the kitchen. If the apartment has an “open” dining/living area, when you look at a floor plan, ask yourself, is there really enough space for a sofa, coffee table, and a dining table and set of chairs in the apartment’s combined kitchen-living area? In many instances, these combined spaces are really only large enough to accommodate a sofa and coffee table or table and set of chairs but not both. As a rule of thumb, anything less than 120 feet will be a squeeze.
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  9. Closets: Every bedroom should have at least one closet, and there should be at least one other closet somewhere in the unit. Of course, this minimum will likely still leave you short on storage. Unless you’ve already KonMari’d your home your home, you’ll want to ensure there are at least two closets in the apartment’s common areas and at least one closet in each bedroom.
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  11. Windows: Some New Yorkers claim that it's better to take a smaller unit with more windows than a larger unit with fewer windows. While this may be an extreme way to approach the window to floor space question, there is some truth to the matter. Large windows will make your unit feel much larger and ample natural light can make even the drabbest apartments feel cheerier. Of course, there is one thing floor plans can’t indicate—what the windows face. To find out if they face a brick wall or a park, you’ll still need to view the unit in person.
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  13. Outdoor spaces: The final thing to assess when looking at the apartment’s plan is the outdoor spaces. If the outdoor space is part of the unit and exclusively for the resident’s use, it should appear on the floor plan.
Ultimately, an apartment floor plan is like a map. It may not tell you exactly what is there, but it will offer a sketch of what you can reasonably expect to find. As a result, finding and interpreting floor plans in advance will help you determine if a unit even merits a site visit.

Available New Development Penthouses
22-43 Jackson Avenue
long island city condos
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 private outdoor space, airy 10-ft 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 with LED under-cabinet lighting, veined quartzite countertops, a matching backsplash, and a suite of fully-integrated high-end Miele appliances. Bathrooms have custom vanities, LED medicine cabinets, porcelain tiles, and radiant heated floors. Residences will be greeted with Smart lock entry door by Latch. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Split living room with an ample terrace and TWO walk in closets, this penthouse has got it all! The two-bedrooms at 98 Front provide a spacious refuge intuitively designed to feel luxurious; most complete with private outdoor space. Further bringing the outside in, natural light pours in from 8 feet 8 inches windows, but your sanctuary is insulated by sound-attenuated oversized windows by ALUMIL and the 5 inches White Oak floors throughout further illuminate the space. High ceilings are made of polished concrete prepared for easy lighting fixture installation. See floor plan and full details here.

The Rowan-002
From the Listing: Immediate Occupancy. Model Residences Now Open

Designed by acclaimed DXA Studio, homes are conceived and built with a craftsman spirit. Beautiful, hand-selected details are fashioned with remarkable care. Our Penthouses feature custom white oak flooring, European-style floor-to-ceiling windows with expansive Manhattan views, and well-appointed kitchen and baths that create an experience that exudes serenity. All Penthouses extend to a lush escape of significant private outdoor space.
See floor plan and full details here.

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Carroll Gardens apartments
From the Listing: Welcome home to 480 Degraw, spacious modern condominiums in Carroll Gardens. Thoughtfully crafted, these unique homes feature soaring double-height ceilings and generous private outdoor spaces. Designed and developed by Build 360, a NY-based architecture and design firm known for their innovative approach to design- these homes exude a unique airy quality unlike anything else on the market.

480 Degraw is a unique hybrid of indoor and outdoor living. Each home features either a private garden or sizable private terrace fully equipped with direct gas and water lines. Sweeping scenes of the sparkling downtown skyline contrast with the lush foliage of Degraw street as well as beautiful views of St. Agnes church.
See floor plan and full details here.

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Skyline TOwer
skyline-tower-plan
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 969 sq. ft. 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. See floor plan and full details here.

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805 Ninth Avenue
From the Listing: Private keyed elevator entry into your beautiful, new three-bedroom duplex penthouse home with 20ft ceilings. This well-appointed home features floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak floors, solid core doors, a plethora of marble stone in the kitchen and bathrooms, a Miele Washer and Dryer and Central Air-Conditioning. There is a cat walk leading to the spacious private patio fully equipped with gas, water and power. The building has a virtual doorman, private storage room and bike room.

Nestled in the heart of Hell's Kitchen, this unique three bedroom duplex penthouse residence is built to enhance your lifestyle.
See floor plan and full details here.

The Symon-02
From the Listing: Immediate Occupancy. The Symon, at 76 Schermerhorn, is a boutique new development comprised of 59 residences, ranging from one to four-bedroom homes. With interiors by Studio DB, a firm renowned for its custom home portfolio and high-end interiors, and architecture by Colberg Architecture, The Symon takes inspiration from the celebrated heritage of Brooklyn Heights and marries rich, natural materials with classic detailing for timeless yet fresh interiors.

 

Penthouse 2 is a one-of-a-kind 4-bedroom, 2.5 bath, featuring a 788 SF private roof terrace with gas grille - a terrace everyone dreams of owning. With views of Manhattan opening directly off of the Great Room and kitchen, this beautiful room has five magnificent over-sized windows and is perched on the northwest corner of the building facing over Brooklyn Heights and lower Manhattan.
See floor plan and full details here.

153-Green-Street-003
Greenpoint condos
From the Listing: Views Views Views! This one-of-a-kind duplex penthouse spans over 2,100 sqft and features 4 private outdoor spaces equaling 681 sqft with views off every one, including its own roof terrace with interior access. There are three bedrooms, one primary with an en-suite floor-to-ceiling windowed spa bath and an oversized secondary bath with deep soaking tub, plus an additional powder room located on the main floor. PHA was designed with custom lighting, fixtures, stained oak paneling with integrated antique glass and many more custom upgrades. This home feels like a townhouse in the sky and offers even more space than most of the neighboring townhouses. See floor plan and full details here.

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145 Central Park North
From the Listing: Introducing 145 Central Park North, a luxury-defining condominium where residents enjoy the city's most famous park as it unfurls before them. Boasting high-end finishes and tantalizing views of Central Park, this 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom penthouse is a portrait of contemporary city grandeur.

Features of this 1,757 sq. ft. apartment include beautiful white oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows with white oak frames and motorized shades, a fireplace, an HVAC VRF system, a Wi-Fi enabled thermostat, a vented Electrolux washer/dryer, a spacious balcony, and a private rooftop terrace with decadent park views with an outdoor utility sink and jacuzzi.
See floor plan and full details here.

Gramercy Gates
Gramercy Gates
Gramercy Gates floor plan
From the Listing: The Penthouse at Gramercy Gates offers a rare opportunity to own an entire floor at the Philip Johnson-Alan Ritchie designed new development located at 327 East 22nd Street. The 7th Floor Penthouse is a spectacular 50 Ft Wide Sunlit Full Floor Home featuring North, South, and East exposures, with 4 private outdoor spaces. Enter directly from the elevator onto your private floor! See floor plan and full details here.

Vandewater
From the Listing: This grand Penthouse has it all with unparalleled Manhattan views and a spectacular 1,300 sf wrap-around terrace. This 2,084 sf 3BR / 3.5BTH has dramatic Hudson River and Manhattan skyline views as well as wide-open northern views of the GW Bridge. A gracious unit featuring a large Foyer, elegant living and dining with an oversized living area, a vented chef's Kitchen with a beautiful granite-topped island and enjoys western and northern exposures. All the Bedrooms are brilliantly lit with southern views and each has an en-suite Bath outfitted with beautiful marble finishes. The Primary Bedroom is situated in the corner and has southern and western exposures. See floor plan and full details here.

Dahla
From the Listing: This four-bedroom triplex penthouse with rooftop terrace is graciously appointed with 10'4'' ceilings, generously proportioned living spaces, exquisite glass staircase, and four and a half bathrooms. Northern, Southern, and Eastern exposures bathe this residence in natural light while the 7'-1/2'' wide plank oak floors bring an air of modern elegance throughout the home. This exquisite penthouse has a 294 sqft wrap terrace accessible off the primary bedroom and its own 611 sqft private roof overlooking Midtown. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Introducing Penthouse 41A at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, New York, NoMad: The Perfect NYC Pied-a-terre. Soaring nearly 500 feet above Manhattan's iconic skyline, and at the very top of the newest tower by internationally acclaimed architect, Rafael Vinoly, PH 41A offers a 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom corner suite with unparalleled panoramic views through oversized picture windows from the Empire State Building, straight down to One World Trade, Statue of Liberty, and well beyond.

This trophy penthouse is a perfectly proportioned corner 1,750 SF residence with premium custom interiors with white oak floors and millwork throughout. With over 10-foot ceilings, the luxurious space features a Poliform kitchen with honed white Quartzite island, backsplash, and countertop, as well as Bronzed glass cabinetry with integrated, LED lighting. A top-of-the-line Miele appliance suite includes double (speed steam and convection) ovens, an induction stove and dual-zone wine storage.
See floor plan and full details here.

Greenwich West
From the Listing: Perched at the top of Greenwich West, Penthouse 29C is an impressively scaled 2-bedroom two and a half-bathroom condominium home that offers West, East, North, and South exposures with both city skyline and Hudson River views plus three outdoor terraces.

An expansive triple exposure great room has the largest terrace to bring you the world-famous Manhattan Skyline while at the same time showcasing stunning sunsets over the Hudson. The open but separate chef's kitchen has its own covered loggia to make entertaining an absolute joy. And when you are ready to retire, the primary bedroom offers another covered loggia but this time facing South and East. Every detail of Greenwich West's interior has been carefully conceived and designed by Parisian architect Sebastien Segers.
See floor plan and full details here.

The Grand Mulberry
The Grand Mulberry 4
From the Listing: Superlative city living, inside and out. The Penthouse at The Grand Mulberry spans nearly 2,375 square feet and features an expansive corner great room, which opens directly out to the 1,265-square-foot wrap-around terrace. The magnificent corner terrace is kitchen-ready with piped gas for outdoor cooking. Enjoy seamless indoor-outdoor dining and entertaining.

Custom designed by Morris Adjmi, the elegant open plan kitchen showcases white matte lacquer cabinetry adorned with brushed brass fixtures, scalloped pattern backsplash, honed dolomite slab countertops, and a full suite of Miele appliances and garbage disposal. The oversized dolomite island features a waterfall edge and overhang for counter seating.

The Penthouse features three beautifully appointed bedrooms with abundant closet space and three and a half bathrooms. An urban oasis, the five-piece primary bath is graced by a custom dual vanity with a blackened metal frame, terrazzo floors, and a freestanding soaking tub with a walk-in steam shower.
See floor plan and full details here.

(Max Touhey)
30 Warren Street
From the Listing: Penthouse 3 Part of the coveted Terrace Collection at 30 Warren, Penthouse 3 is a full-floor home spanning 2,652 square feet and private 709 square feet of outdoor space overlooking historic Tribeca landmarks and New York City. This one-of-a-kind home features keyed, direct elevator entry. The spacious entrance gallery leads to an expansive living and dining space with open west and north exposures. The dining area opens directly onto the private outdoor space for seamless indoor/outdoor living. See floor plan and full details here.

Michael Kleinberg
From the Listing: Developed by Lightstone, 130 William is designed by the ground-breaking visionary architect Sir David Adjaye, recipient of the 2021 Royal Gold Medal for Architecture. Working in collaboration with Hill West Architects, Adjaye Associates created a sophisticated and expressive design that has redefined the lower Manhattan skyline.

Penthouse 63B is a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home featuring ceilings up to 11 feet and a generous private outdoor space. Oversized arched windows with elegant bronze detailing frame panoramic river and New York City skyline views with all four exposures. The outdoor loggia spans the full width of the residence, reaching nearly 80 feet. Interior finishes include wide-plank white oak flooring and oil-rubbed bronze fixtures custom-designed by Sir David Adjaye. The living and dining area with direct loggia access boasts an open kitchen with custom Pedini Italian textured blackened oak cabinetry with blackened steel insets, Salvatori Pietra Cardosa marble countertops and backsplash hand-selected from the Apuan Alps in Tuscany with a Salvatori Nero Marquina cantilever providing additional seating. State-of-the-art appliances by Gaggenau and Thermador include a fully-vented hood, double oven, and wine storage.
See floor plan and full details here.

No 45 East 7th Street
East Village condos
From the Listing: The building is over 80% sold and occupied. 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 SF interior and providing the highest level of comfort and indoor-outdoor living with a private corner terrace extending 2,100+ SF 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. This rare single-floor penthouse terrace runs the length of the building, acting as a verdant outdoor respite and stunning scene-setter for each room within the unit. A private bathroom adjoins each bedroom, including the master bath graced by a custom vanity with blackened metal frame, charcoal slate floors, and a freestanding soaking tub bathed in natural light.
See floor plan and full details here.

Quay Tower
The Quay Brooklyn Bridge Park
From the Listing: Welcome to Quay Tower, an incomparable residential development that redefines waterfront living in Brooklyn Heights. With stunning front-row views of the Manhattan skyline, New York Harbor, and Downtown Brooklyn, Quay Tower creates an astonishing opportunity to experience a luxury lifestyle in one of the city's most exclusive neighborhoods.

This penthouse features 3-bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms and two powder rooms spread across 2,789 sq. ft., with 629 sqft of spectacular outdoor space with southern views and outfitted with a stone gas fireplace with an outdoor kitchen equipped with a gas BBQ grill.
See floor plan and full details here.

1111 Leroy Street
West Village condos
1111 Leroy Street
From the Listing: This 2,985-square-foot, 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom full-floor penthouse residence with a 1,875-square-foot private rooftop terrace and north-, south-, and west-facing exposures is truly a masterpiece, conceived for extraordinary daily living and exceptional entertaining alike. Enter from a keyed elevator to a private vestibule, an appropriately gracious arrival to the exceptional home beyond, abounding with bespoke details and supreme craftsmanship in an entirely custom design by the esteemed Workshop/APD. Through the commanding blackened metal entry door, an entry foyer segues to the massive corner great room with approximately 13' ceilings, where striking proportions and a serene yet distinguished palette of finishes foster an elegant, warm, loft-like sensibility, and floor-to-ceiling south-and west-facing windows frame tranquil Hudson River views and bathe the space in dramatic light.

See floor plan and full details here.

Lantern House condos
Lantern House
West Chelsea condos
From the Listing: Big, beautiful 3-bedroom penthouse at Lantern House by RELATED, with panoramic city skyline views from its six huge bay windows and amazing 40-foot by 19.5-foot roof terrace, ready for summer.

The gracious entry foyer leads to large corner great room with 11-foot, 6-inch ceilings, chevron-laid flooring, handsome fireplace with marble surround, and charming bay windows showcasing sweeping downtown and Hudson River views!
See floor plan and full details here.

Park House rendering
Park House-003
From the Listing: Duplex penthouse with a private terrace and roof deck designed by Annabelle Selldorf. Perched on West Chelsea's prized Contemporary Art Gallery Block at the corner of Tenth Avenue and 22nd Street, across from Clement Clarke Moore Park and hovering above - yet removed from - the Highline Park, Park House Chelsea is a collection of ten meticulously designed park front residences by Annabelle Selldorf, founder of the eponymously named firmSelldorf Architects. Through its understated, modernist-inspired design, Park House Chelsea has a subtle distinction and intentional longevity built to last perfect for those wishing to embrace the West Chelsea Lifestyle on the area's most treasured Gallery Row that features Dia and the newly opened Hauser & Wirth Galleries. See floor plan and full details here.

Hillrose28
Hillrose 28
From the Listing: Move Right In! Penthouse 1 is a 360-degree 3,114 SF duplex four bedroom and four bath home on top of Hillrose28. This home celebrates the historic classic New York-style living with refreshing modernity designed by celebrated interior designer Andres Escobar. PH1 stands out from others with a massive amount of outdoor space: two 50-foot-long terraces that follows the full western side of PH1 on the entertaining level and bedroom level providing dynamic views from One World Trade, Empire State building, Chrysler building and surrounding. This PH also features two additional south and east-facing terraces; 221 SF terrace off the entertaining space perfect for outdoor dining and a 180 sf terrace on the bedroom level to escape with a book. T See floor plan and full details here.

30 East 31st Street
NoMad Apartments
Nomad penthouses
From the Listing: 30 East 31 stands out with its distinctive facade that culminates in an intricate lattice crown of the building, a perfect blend of history, beauty, and modern architectural thought Morris Adjmis singular hallmark of contextual and historic integrity. Residents of 30 E 31 enter an elegant lobby clad in tasteful artwork and furnishings, complemented by a unique hexagonal tiling. A 24/7 concierge is available to tend to all residential needs.

The Penthouse is a FULL-floor duplex 3BR/3.5BTH residence of 3,354sq.ft., with 9'-10' ceilings, offering abundant light and views to the north, west, and south, capturing the dynamic New York City skyline. This sophisticated home offers 7' wide-plank white oak flooring throughout, expansive picture-frame windows and multi-zone climate control.
See floor plan and full details here.

251-West 91st Street
ERA
Upper West Side condos
From the Listing: Penthouse B is an exceptional home offering 3,059 sf interior and 1,079 sf exterior living space with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 Baths. Enter through a spacious foyer with white oak herringbone floors into a grand living/dining room situated on the SE corner with views of the midtown skyline and Hudson River. The space is surrounded with large windows and includes 11' ceilings and a grand fireplace clad in Crema Delicato Marble. See floor plan and full details here.

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150 East 78th Street-kitchen
Upper East SIde apartments
From the Listing: Duplex PH11B is the perfect five-bedroom five-bath residence totaling 3,816 SF with a gracious 277 SF terrace fit for entertaining. Arched windows and Juliet balconies are key features that set this apartment apart from others in the building. All of the gracious public spaces are on the first floor including an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, entry gallery, private stair and great room with fireplace and terrace that runs the length of the great room. Chevron and straight plank wood flooring run the length of the apartment as well as tall ceilings and detailed crown molding provide the perfect canvas for applying your own style. See floor plan and full details here.

Charlotte of the Upper West Side
Charlotte of the upper west side
Upper West Side condos
Charlotte of the Upper West Side
From the Listing: The Penthouse Duplex at 470 Columbus is a magnificently designed home providing indoor-outdoor space along with healthy living and true comfort. Perched atop 2 floors and overlooking the historic UWS, this trophy home consists of 4 bedrooms and 4 and a half baths. Architecturally gorgeous and without peer in quality and detail, all the apartments at Charlotte of The Upper West Side set a new standard. See floor plan and full details here.

199 Chrystie Street 199 Chrystie Street
199 Chrystie Street
199 Chrystie Street
199 Chrystie Street-02
From the Listing: A majestic duplex penthouse crafted by renowned designer, Thomas Juul-Hansen, this bespoke up-to 6-bedroom, 6-bathroom condo blends a curated collection of organic elements to enhance timeless layouts that maximize space and natural light.

Features of this 4,610 sq. ft. home include double-height 18'3' ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling honed marble gas fireplace, and 562 sq. ft. of total outdoor space via a private balcony and a massive terrace accessed via a trio of sliding doors directly off the great room that hovers over the treetops of Sara D. Roosevelt Park.
See floor plan and full details here.

Madison House
Madison House penthouse
Madison House floor plan
From the Listing: Penthouse 60A, the last remaining Penthouse, and duplex available at Madison House, encompasses 5,116 square feet, four bedrooms and four and a half-baths, which opens into an elegant entry foyer, leading to great room with a fireplace and 23-foot double height ceilings. The gracious 222 square foot terrace encompasses views of iconic Midtown skyscrapers. Gachot-designed custom rift-cut cabinetry accentuates the 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. A striking powder room with honed Calacatta Nuevo and Absolute black marble walls complemented by a Gachot-designed custom vanity with Dornbracht fixtures is situated thoughtfully off the entry foyer. See floor plan and full details here.

200 East 83rd Street
200 East 83rd Street penthouse
From the Listing: Penthouse C is an amazing and rare 6,592 square foot duplex residence at the very top of 200 East 83rd Street with spectacular wraparound views of Central Park and the city as well as 4 generous and dramatic terraces. The 37-foot long Living Room is as impressive in its size as in its drama from views and terraces, and a the beautiful gas fireplace is the perfect icing on the cake. The kitchen, made by Brookmans by Smallbone, has a large den adjacent to the cooking and eating area, which opens onto a one-of-a-kind dining terrace with arched stonework framing spectacular views East, North and South of the city, river and the Midtown skyline.

 

The residence is a perfect five-bedroom plus library and dining room floor plan with 12-foot ceilings, incredible views of Central Park and open city exposures and terraces all the way around. Four of the five bedrooms are on the second floor of this contemporary house-like apartment and each has an en-suite bath as well as wonderful views. Two of the secondary bedrooms on the second floor also have terrace access. The primary bedroom, with its own private terrace, and stunning views of Central Park and the Downtown skyline, is ultraluxe with spacious closets and a wonderful-windowed five-fixture bathroom. A fifth bedroom is on the lower level with its own full bath and is well placed to be a guest suite or home office. A full laundry with a sink completes this very special apartment.
See floor plan and full details here.

200 AMsterdam Avenue-02
200 AMsterdam Avenue
200 Amsterdam Avenue
200 AMsterdam Avenue floorplan
From the Listing: Occupying the entire 49th & 50th Floors of 200 Amsterdam, this sprawling four-bedroom, four and a half bath PH Duplex offers an elegant, modern plan where every room within offers dazzling views and a 116' terrace runs along the entire eastern perimeter of the 49th floor. From the private elevator vestibule, double doors open directly into a large Foyer overlooking Central Park. See floor plan and full details here.


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