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111 West 57th Street's Art Deco-inspired lobby. Notice the door handles 111 West 57th Street's Art Deco-inspired lobby. Notice the door handles
When 2020 began, many were excited about the possibility of a new “Roaring 20s” taking hold once the COVID-19 storm passes. The historic era only lasted from 1920 to 1929 but has had tremendous staying power in terms of social movements, fashion, technology, and architecture (this was when Art Deco design came to prominence in the United States).

It remains to be seen what similarities and differences the unfolding decade will offer, but already in 2020 the New York's prospects have grown brighter as the city has already vaccinated more than 3 million individuals, the newly-passed COVID-19 relief bill gives $6.1 billion in aid directly to the city, and on the economic front, Google just announced they will bring an additional 3,000 jobs to their Hudson Square campus, new indices show the city has expanded its lead as the financial capital of the world and the place that is most attractive to ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) individuals.
The Park Belvedere, #24B (Compass)
New York City is also set to gain a new mayor in 2021 (praise be). For the primary and mayoral elections, voters have a selection of several seemingly-competent candidates to choose from through a new rank-choice voting system. Promising new initiatives such as the outdoor dining and open streets programs and new pushes to shore up our ailing mass transportation systems also point to rosier days ahead.

With boom-times forecasted, we bring you homes that would seem well-designed for spending the 2020s in style. Scroll below to see our compilation of new-to-market quintessentially New York listings possessing incredible character and charm.

22-Leroy-Street-01 All images of 22 Leroy Street via Triplemint
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From the Listing: Welcome to your private oasis in the heart of the West Village! This one-of-a-kind and bright two-bedroom walk-up sits on the top floor. Upon entering the apartment, you'll fall in love with the distinct pre-war charm throughout. From the high ceilings to the hardwood floors, exposed wood beams, and white brick, this apartment is sure to please discerning buyers who want quintessential West Village charm. See floor plan and full details here.

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From the Listing: Dreamy triple-parlor, four-story, three-family Brownstone with abundant original architectural detail and located on prime Decatur Street just steps from the express A/C train at Stuyvesant Ave. Designed in 1894 by the eminent Magnus Dalander in the Romanesque Revival tradition and incorporates elements from the incoming Renaissance Revival style. Comprised of 3,967 gross square feet and currently configured as two floor-through apartments above a lower duplex but offers the flexibility and inspiration to be exactly what you're looking for. Description, images and floor plan Coming Soon. See floor plan and full details here.
260-Decatur-Street-01 All images of 260 Decatur Street via Compass

15-West-67th-Street-01 All images of Central Park Studios via Brown Harris Stevens
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From the Listing: Come home to this extraordinary residence in a pre-war DRMN building, just steps off of Central Park. For the past 25 years, the space has been enjoyed as a pied-a-terre and has been thoughtfully renovated. See floor plan and full details here.

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From the Listing: Housed in a gracious and rare turn of the century condominium on West End Avenue, Apartment 5A is a sprawling eight-room four-bedroom home with soaring over 10 foot high ceilings and an impressive Avenue facing light-filled enfilade comprised of formal living, dining, and library, in a grand sweep wrapped with breathtaking original detail such as French and pocket doors, marble decorative fireplace, wainscoting, oak ceiling beams, crown molding, and inland patterned solid wood floors. See floor plan and full details here.

139-Huron-Street-01 All images of Bath Haus via Compass
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From the Listing: Townhouse A is an exceptional home that offers the space and features of a private townhouse. There is a large private tuscan garden featuring two 18' mature birch trees, a built-in gas grill, and two additional large patios for outdoor living/dining. The living area is unlike any other on the market in Brooklyn- with a 24'+ double-height great room and floor-to-ceiling windows leading directly to the garden. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, one primary with an en-suite bath, a secondary hammam-inspired bath, and an additional sitting room or convertible third bedroom. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: The corner loft everyone has been waiting for at 136 Baxter Street. Residence 5C is a stunning 1,750 square foot prewar condominium with an incredible expanse of 12 custom steel framed tilt and turn windows framing southeastern views of Chinatown. Set apart from other units in the building, defining features include 11'6 pine ceilings throughout, heavy timber beams, original cast-iron columns, and exposed white brick walls. Currently utilized as an open one bedroom, it can be easily converted to a two-bedroom and two-bathroom home. See floor plan and full details here.

874-Broadway-01 All images of The MacIntyre via Sotheby's
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From the Listing: This rare corner loft in the iconic MacIntyre Building is bathed in sunlight streaming in through 18 over-sized South and West-facing windows, which look towards Union Square in the distance and a cityscape of architecturally significant pre-war buildings. A year-long renovation connected Units 301 and 401 with a custom-engineered steel staircase, resulting in the creation of a 4 bedroom , 3 1/2 bath home with 12 ft ceilings throughout. See floor plan and full details here.

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From the Listing: Gilded age New York is alive in this rare Stanford White masterpiece. The double height main living room with its original paneling, deeply coffered ceiling and monumental fireplace is the heart and focus of the home. This 'Grand Salon' is punctuated with beams of soft light filtering through towering leaded and stained-glass windows that have been meticulously restored. A sweeping staircase ascends to the mezzanine level Library perched high above, further emphasizing the splendid proportions of this stunning entertaining room. . See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: A rare combination. This sunny south-facing duplex on the 15th and 16th floors of the legendary Hotel des Artistes, once owned by famed artist Leroy Neiman, offers the best of both worlds: a modern renovation that complements the meticulously restored prewar details. See floor plan and full details here.

13-Gramercy-Park-South-01 All images of 13 Gramercy Park South via Douglas Elliman
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From the Listing: Come home to Gramercy Park, one of the loveliest enclaves in Manhattan. This exquisite full-floor residence is located within arguably the most striking mansion on the square with an elevator and 25' of direct park frontage. This beautiful home recently received a thoughtful renovation which benefited from a prominent feature in Architectural Digest. See floor plan and full details here.

832-Broadway-01 All images of 832 Broadway via Compass
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From the Listing: Highly appealing low monthly carrying costs entice you to this grandly scaled, immaculately maintained pre-war loft conveniently located moments from Union Square in Greenwich Village. This is the first time this home is being sold in over three decades in this imposing landmark 1896 co-op with condominium-style house rules. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Welcome home. Residence 302 at the sought-after Mill Building in Williamsburg is arguably the best renovated and most curated home you will find in Brooklyn. Three years of painstaking work and attention to detail went into creating this bespoke paradise for the owner's personal use. Life circumstances now bring this extraordinary home to market, available fully furnished and turn-key designed by Elizabeth Bolognino Interiors. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Rare and impressive, this 3,400SF corner loft in Noho's famed landmark building presents a unique opportunity of owning a piece of the city's legacy. Apartment 2E is perhaps the crown jewel of the building, benefitting from three massive floor to ceiling windows framing the dramatic and unique living space. The colossal scale of the windows emphasizes the expanse of the loft space while simultaneously articulating the vast 72' long great room into more intimate areas with no shortage of uses. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: First time on the market: Trophy Penthouse with direct Hudson River views and a large landscaped magical 1100 square foot garden in recently converted Spice Warehouse condominium. Currently configured as a 3,052 square foot expansive open loft with one bedroom, two full bathrooms and soaring ceilings up to 15 feet, the residence was originally a two-bedroom, 2 baths Penthouse that can easily be brought back to a two-bedroom layout. See floor plan and full details here.

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44-West-77th-Street-01 All images of 44 West 77th Street via Douglas Elliman
From the Listing: Super mint prewar with views! This over-sized, high floor, three bedroom apartment is in a perfectly located, landmarked building overlooking the Museum of Natural History and boasts a recent full renovation with no expense spared. . See floor plan and full details here.

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From the Listing: With interior design by New York-based architect, designer, and artist Thierry Despont, Residence 36A is a 3,020 SF (281 SM) north and east-facing two-bedroom featuring high ceilings, gracious proportions, and the rich attention to detail of a bespoke privately commissioned home. Interior features include wide plank solid American oak floors, fully customized kitchens and baths, and elegantly crafted furniture-grade mahogany doors of over 9' with custom-designed bronze hardware inspired by the tower's distinctive silhouette. See floor plan and full details here.

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From the Listing: Magnificently restored and renewed four-story, five+ bedroom, three and a half bathroom, single family townhouse in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District. At 26' wide, with garden and gated parking, this 30-window, light-filled, 4-story, 5+ bedroom, 3.5 bath townhouse has been impeccably renovated with restored original charm and exquisite attention to detail, resulting in comfortable and stately opulence. This peerless effort has seamlessly modernized this 1829 home for generations to come. Grand in scale, with sunny, large-scale rooms throughout, the corner townhouse is private, intimate, and considered at every turn. See floor plan and full details here.

34-Gramercy-Park-East-01 All images of The Gramercy via Sotheby's
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From the Listing: A remarkable, no-stone-unturned renovation has combined four different apartments over three floors to create a home like no other in New York City. Celebrating the bones and architecture of the famed 34 Gramercy Park East, while transforming the space into a singularly enhancing home, this jewel box is perched atop the southwest corner of the historic landmark. Features of the approximately 4,950 square-foot home include original, restored window frames and casings throughout, original, restored hardwood floors throughout, and the highest quality fixtures and finishes combined with a curated collection of treasured vintage and antique finds from around the world. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: First Time On The Market Since 1946A stately West Village Town Home in a country setting on the market for the first time in 75 years. This oversized Townhouse is one of the grand dames of the West Village! See floor plan and full details here.

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 sq ft with four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. The extraordinary private loggia is 1,367 sq ft and provides for an elevated, sheltered open-air entertaining experience unrivaled on Central Park South. See floor plan and full details here.

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