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As the reality of New York’s mansion tax sinks in, will cutting prices take some of the sting out? It seems brokers would like to hope so – over 500 listings all over New York had their prices reduced over the past week. While some listings are now out of the danger zone, others mean the new buyer will not have to pay quite so much in extra costs. These include apartments in prominent New York buildings, not to mention a downtown penthouse where Cher was the original owner. Please note that all figures reflect cumulative price cuts and not the most recent reductions.

167-East-61st-Street-1 All images of Trump Plaza via Level Group
167-East-61st-Street-2 Kitchen
167-East-61st-Street-3 Bedroom
Both levels of this Upper East Side duplex boast incredible light, gorgeous city views, crown moldings, and herringbone wood floors. The upstairs entertaining level features a spacious living room, dining room, chef's kitchen, library, and wraparound terrace. The lower-level master suite has incredible closet space and privacy, his and hers baths, and wraparound balcony. See floor plan and full details here.

1-Central-Park-South-1 All images of The Plaza via Compass
1-Central-Park-South-2 Foyer
1-Central-Park-South-3 Master bedroom
The staterooms of New York's iconic Plaza Hotel have been transformed into a dramatic apartment with 13' ceilings, luxurious finishes, electronic shades, prewiring for smart home technology, and views of Central Park through enormous windows. A dramatic foyer with black granite floors leads to the oversized living room, which has been finished with Venetian plaster walls and recessed lighting. The super-luxe master suite features dual walk-in closets and his and hers master baths. See floor plan and full details here.

Silk Builidng Cher All images of The Silk Building via VHT/The Corcoran Group
14-East-4th-Street-1 Cher may have entertained here.
Cher may have sunned here
Cher may have enjoyed these views
14-East-4th-Street-2 Cher may have slept here
14-East-4th-Street-3 Cher may have basked here
Cher was the first owner of this corner triplex penthouse in a handsome downtown building that, appropriately enough, was the home of the original Tower Records. Its soaring ceilings, 14 enormous picture windows, wood-burning onyx fireplace, and open chef's kitchen are all befitting of a diva. The crowning glory is a private terrace with outdoor shower and sweeping city views. It's little wonder this fabulous apartment was featured on "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" when Cher lived in it. Following her sale of it in 1990, other previous owners include music mogul Russell Simmons and heiress Byrna Butler. See floor plan and full details here.

1965-Broadway-1 All images of The Grand Millennium via VHT/The Corcoran Group
1965-Broadway-2 Kitchen
1965-Broadway-3 Master bedroom
Beautifully renovated apartment in the heart of Lincoln Center boasts gracious layout, cherry interior doors, custom silk and linen window treatments, abundant storage space, and fireplace in the living room. The large windowed kitchen has heated floors and top-of-the-line appliances. The grand master suite has generous closet space, including a walk-in, and gut-renovated bath with custom cabinetry and dual sink. See floor plan and full details here.

340-East-64th-Street-1 All images of The St. Tropez via Brown Harris Stevens
340-East-64th-Street-2 Kitchen
340-East-64th-Street-3 Bedroom
Upon entering this gorgeously renovated apartment, a formal entry foyer leads to a 40-foot Great Room with loft-like layout and incredible natural light. The modern windowed kitchen features endless white lacquer cabinetry, white quartz counters, high-end stainless steel appliances, and charming window perch. The king-sized master suite has bright views, a custom walk-in closet, and bath with double vanity and oversized steam shower. See floor plan and full details here.

2-Park-Place-1 All images of The Woolworth Tower Residences via Sotheby's
2-Park-Place-2 Kitchen
2-Park-Place-3 Bedroom
Beautifully crafted apartment in an architectural masterpiece is set 593 feet above street level and looks out on sweeping city and river views from northern and western exposures. The magnificent kitchen has three enormous windows, open skyline views, custom cabinetry, Dornbacht hardware, and Miele appliances. The master suite boasts four closets and a spacious windowed bath with steam shower, double vanity, and radiant heated floors. See floor plan and full details here.

322-Central-Park-West-1 All images of The Cherbourg via VHT/The Corcoran Group
322-Central-Park-West-2 Kitchen
322-Central-Park-West-3 Master bedroom
Refined apartment in a prewar cooperative faces Central Park and is rich in timeless architectural details like high beamed ceilings, cove moldings, arched entries, hardwood floors, and wood-burning fireplace. An enormous butler's pantry flanks the formal dining room and eat-in windowed kitchen with washer/dryer. The master bedroom boasts southeast corner double exposures, three walls of custom closets, and windowed, fully renovated bath. See floor plan and full details here.

641-Fifth-Avenue-1 All images of Olympic Tower via Rise Media/The Corcoran Group
641-Fifth-Avenue-2 Dining area
641-Fifth-Avenue-3 Bedroom
High-floor home in a prestigious Fifth Avenue building boasts corner layout, soaring ceilings, and beautiful views of Central Park, the Manhattan skyline, and the East River. A gracious entry foyer leads to a tremendous living/dining area. The master suite offers a separate vanity/sitting area/home office, endless closet space, and marble bath. See floor plan and full details here.

21-East-61st-Street-1 All images of Carlton House via Sotheby's
21-East-61st-Street-2 Dining room
21-East-61st-Street-3 Master bedroom
Between three grand terraces and 360-degree open skyline exposures, this palatial Upper East Side apartment enjoys stunning views of Central Park and Madison Avenue both inside and out. A gracious entry foyer leads to a sun-drenched living room, formal dining room, and chef's dream kitchen with breakfast room. The bedrooms are in a separate wing for privacy, and the master suite has three exposures, its own terrace, a windowed dressing area, six closets including walk-ins, and spa-like bath. See floor plan and full details here.

870-Fifth-Avenue-1 All images of 870 Fifth Avenue via Douglas Elliman
870-Fifth-Avenue-2 Dining room
870-Fifth-Avenue-3 Private terrace
Gorgeous Upper East Side apartment on Central Park boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, large living room, luxe master suite, and staff room/office with full bath. A formal dining room is next to a windowed kitchen with large pantry. A private terrace extends from the living room to the master suite, looking out on open southern and eastern city views. See floor plan and full details here.
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