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The Westbury via Sotheby's International Realty The Westbury via Sotheby's International Realty
As of this writing, there are 9,925 condos, co-ops, condops, and townhouses for sale throughout Manhattan. While that number may sound stratospheric, it is actually beginning to plateau and fall for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. Manhattan's median condo price comes in at $2,011,847, or $1,672 per square foot. The co-op median comes to $914,286 (all figures per CityRealty listings).

Over the past few weeks, an array of listings with luxurious finishes, add-ons, and outdoor space has come on the market. We take a look at the most impressive below.

Fluted columns meet minimalistic design
73-Worth-Street-01 All images of The Worth Building via The Corcoran Group
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Bespoke craftsmanship and a sleek minimalist design aesthetic combine in this meticulously renovated Tribeca loft with soaring 13' ceilings, pale wide-plank wood floors, sleek millwork, and more than a dozen south- and west-facing windows. The adjacent open kitchen combines form and function with its Carrara marble waterfall island, under-cabinet lighting and state-of-the-art appliances. A tranquil owner's suite features Armani Casa wallpaper, Holly Hunt wool sheer draperies, motorized shades, built-in desk, walk-in California closet, and en suite bath with radiant heated marble floors, free-standing tub, and frameless glass shower. See floor plan and full details here.

Beamed, booklover's loft in Brooklyn Heights
28-Old-Fulton-Street-01 All images of Eagle Warehouse & Storage Company via Compass
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Set at the cornerstone of DUMBO and Brooklyn Heights, this one-of-a-kind and rare find merges a high end renovation with preserved original detail, such as magnificent columns, and soaring 11' beamed ceilings, emblematic of loft living. A state-of-the-art kitchen is finished with custom Scavolini cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances, and abundant storage and prep space. Additional features include floor-to-ceiling built-in bookshelves throughout, superb storage including two walk-in closets, Kohler soaking tub in the bathroom, industrial detail, and original hardwood floors. See floor plan and full details here.

18-foot-high ceilings on lower Fifth Avenue
131-Fifth-Avenue-01 All images of 131 Fifth Avenue via Douglas Elliman
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In this newly gut-renovated loft, custom finishes, a light-filled two-level layout, and premium quality combine to create a superb lifestyle home. The expansive living room and dining area has a free-flowing open design featuring custom milled 10-inch-wide plank wood flooring, soaring 18' ceilings and large 10' soundproofed windows that bring in good natural light. The bedrooms in separate locations of the apartment include a well-proportioned master suite on the upper-level that overlooks the living area with commercial grade glass and steel soundproof enclosure. See floor plan and full details here.

An ornate oasis in Brownstone Brooklyn
233-Lincoln-Road-01 All images of 233 Lincoln Road via The Burkhardt Group
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With its beautifully carved limestone facade dating to 1905, ten foot ceilings on each of three levels, intact century-old parquet floors, and ornate millwork throughout, this 20-foot-wide, two-family townhouse represents the very best of early twentieth century residential architecture. Yet its spacious and open floorplan is perfectly suited to modern living. The property includes both a spacious backyard and front garden. See floor plan and full details here.

Meier white in West Village
173-Perry-Street-01 All images of 173 Perry Street via Sotheby's International Realty
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Move right in to this turnkey home with 10+ foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows with open views north and south to the Statue of Liberty. Just off the expansive living/dining area, a new kitchen is outfitted with an abundance of appliances, sealed marble countertops, and counter seating for four. A spacious, southwest-facing terrace faces open Hudson River views. See floor plan and full details here.

Fun-house atop L Haus in Long Island City
11-02-49th-Avenue-01 All images of L Haus via Nest Seekers
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Sleek, sophisticated corner duplex penthouse boasts an incredible double-height corner living room, ideal for entertaining, and stunning open chef's kitchen appointed with top-of-the-line Bosch and Liebher appliances and a dining island. A striking open stairway ascends to the second story's spacious open bedroom that looks down into the living room, now furnished as a guest bedroom/sitting room/office, with a high-end Italian wall bed, sofa and bookshelves, and a full bathroom with a standing shower. A 583-square-foot private terrace enjoys southeastern exposures and panoramic views. See floor plan and full details here.

Irreplicable character in Bed-Stuy
445-Mac-Donough-Street-01 All images of 445 Mac Donough Street via Compass
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Over the course of their ownership, the sellers of this stately two-family townhouse have lovingly shepherded it into modernity without forfeiting any of its Old World charm and grace. Interiors feature original fretwork, a grand staircase, a turn-of-the-century fireplace mantel, and plaster detail along the walls and ceiling. Recent enhancements include new HVAC system, roof replacement, new kitchen, new baths, new marble hallway flooring, and newly landscaped backyard. See floor plan and full details here.

A private country roost atop a Madison Avenue roof
244-Madison-Avenue-01 All images of Murray Hill Plaza via Sotheby's International Realty
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Sitting on top of Madison Avenue's finest 1916 building, built by Arthur Loonis Harmon (designer of the Empire State building), is a true penthouse with incredible light from all four exposures and access through a private entrance at rooftop level. The secluded entry foyer leads you to an expansive open windowed kitchen with high-end appliances and finishes, not to mention unobstructed views of the Empire State Building. Flanking west from the kitchen is a dramatic living room with a wall of windows opening onto a rather large irrigated landscaped and breathtaking terrace with seating that showcases exciting views of Midtown. See floor plan and full details here.

A one-of-kind wonderful staircase
366-Broadway-01 All images of The Collect Pond House via Douglas Elliman
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This stunning duplex loft in a historic Tribeca building was gut renovated to the studs with finest-quality finishes resulting in 2,850 square feet of meticulously-redesigned three-bedroom plus home office, three-and-a-half-bath residence. The dramatic entry gallery which is perfect for showcasing art, leads to a massive great room featuring soaring 12' ceilings, five oversized windows, custom built-ins and charming Parisian-like views of historic Tribeca buildings. The meticulously crafted master chef's kitchen gracefully connects an enormous living and dining areas with a show-stopping glass and wood staircase in the center, creating a perfect space for entertaining. See floor plan and full details here.

Bright and bubbly by the High Line
515-West-18th-Street-01 All images of Lantern House via The Corcoran Group
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Dramatic three-dimensional bay windows are featured in every room at Lantern House offering charm, character and enhanced light and views. Residence 821 is a gracious, oversized home that offers north and west exposures over the tree-lined High Line Park with views of the Empire State Building. The gracious foyer and oversized great room lead to beautiful interiors that feature a generous kitchen custom designed by March & White and including custom bronze finished trim and hardware, Gaggenau appliances including wine refrigeration, and custom suspended light fixture of bronze-finished metal and specialty glass. See floor plan and full details here.

Ata-lanta last, my love has come along...
25-North-Moore-Street-01 All images of The Atalanta via Compass
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Atalanta's common rooftop
Originally designed by one of the world's most distinguished Architectural and Interior Designers, John Saladino, this residence features 10'ceilings, high-end finishes, beautiful architectural details, custom built-ins in every room, and 15 casement windows showcasing southern and eastern exposures. Situated off of the public space is the open eat-in kitchen appointed with white lacquered cabinetry offering generous storage, fully equipped with a Miele dishwasher, Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, Viking four-burner stove with vented range hood along with counter seating for casual dining. The primary bedroom features gracious custom closets and en suite bath with dual vanities, glass-enclosed shower, and deep soaking tub. See floor plan and full details here.

Brooding beauty on the Bowery
344-Bowery-01 All images of 344 Bowery via Compass
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Having taken inspiration from New York's garage-rock scene, interior designer Francisca Trujillo cocoons this full-floor loft in glamour and drama by painting it almost entirely in black and hiring street artists to "vandalize" the elevator door and cover the bedroom foyer with floor-to-ceiling graffiti installation. Solid Brazilian walnut floors, a massive bay window, exposed brick, and high ceilings add to the perfect mix of the stylish, expansive living room. The well-appointed chef's kitchen is outfitted to the highest standards, including Sub Zero, Viking, and Bosch appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

Massive, magazinge-worthy loft in Morris Adjmi building
71-Laight-Street-01 All images of Sterling Mason via The Corcoran Group
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Expertly reimagined by celebrated designer Thom Filicia and recently featured in House Beautiful, every room of this 3,708-square-foot showplace impresses with grand proportions, beautiful lighting and wide art walls featuring gorgeous custom coverings. The corner Great Room beckons with six oversized windows, 12' beamed ceilings, handsome gold chandeliers, wide-plank hardwood floors, and custom cabinetry. An enviable owner's suite enjoys a king-size footprint, two custom walk-in closets and a third reach-in, and magazine-worthy spa bath with heated floors, a freestanding soaking tub, two separate vanities, a walk-in shower, and a water closet with linen storage. See floor plan and full details here.

Glorious perch on the Upper East Side
15-East-69th-Street-01 All images of The Westbury via Sotheby's International Realty
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Accessed via private elevator landing, this duplex penthouse with 2,000 square feet of private outdoor space enters into a double-height gallery graced with an absolutely gorgeous marble clad staircase with a cast iron and bronze bannister, a pietra dura marble floor, and glimpses of the beautifully planted wraparound terrace. Beyond the chef's kitchen and informal dining room is yet another remarkable terrace and a marvelous solarium conservatory. See floor plan and full details here.

Dramatic living space off City Hall Park
16-Warren-Street-01 All images of Tribeca Townhomes via Sotheby's International Realty
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In this dramatic duplex townhouse, the dramatic gas fireplace is the centerpiece of its stunning south-facing living space with 16' ceilings and a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. The minimalist high-end Bulthaup chef's kitchen features a waterfall edged island with countertop dining and high-end appliances. The main suite located on its own level includes a king-size bedroom, outdoor lounging terrace, huge fashionista closet, sumptuous five-fixture marble spa bath, built-in office area, and additional storage. See floor plan and full details here.

Half-floor home on top of the world
432-Park-Avenue-01 All images of 432 Park Avenue via Douglas Elliman
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Occupying the entire western half of the 66th floor, this 4,019-square-foot residence at the iconic 432 Park Avenue encapsulates fully unobstructed views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline through its grand array of colossal, triple-paned 10' x 10' windows and 12'6" ceilings. Off the massive corner living area is a generous chef's kitchen which features Miele appliances and a built-in marble countertop overlooking Central Park. All bedrooms enjoy southern exposures, and the magnificent master suite features two separate bathrooms and a walk-in-closet. See floor plan and full details here.

Jaw-dropping mansion by Central Park
12-East-63rd-Street-01 All images of 12 East 63rd Street via Berkshire Hathaway
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From the private rooftop garden to the basement-level fitness center with massage room, steam room, 20' swimming pool, and gymnasium, no detail was overlooked in the transformation of this seven-story mansion. There is a selection of generous formal and informal living spaces, a reception gallery, media/screening room, chef's kitchen, and a fourth-floor library that overlooks the living area. An entire floor master suite comes complete with a luxurious master bathroom, and access to its own private garden terrace. See floor plan and full details here.

Swanky in SoHo
170-Mercer-Street-01 All images of 170 Mercer Street via Douglas Elliman
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This architecturally significant apartment is like a floating townhouse floating over the landmarked cast-iron facades of Mercer Street. Greet guests from the private elevator into a graceful gallery with floor-to-ceiling south-facing windows and lead them into the enormous elegant great room with towering ceilings, fireplace, stone floors, rosewood accents, and views of the enormous landscaped terrace with automatic irrigation. Down the custom stairs, with light cascading throughout, is a sleek Bulthaup kitchen and formal dining room with nearly 12' ceilings. See floor plan and full details here.

Brownstone with underground swimming pool
45-West-70th-Street-01 All images of 45 West 70th Street via Sotheby's International Realty
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Behind an iconic façade, this impeccably renovated brownstone's generous turnkey interiors are filled with light and a stylish blend of classic details and modern conveniences. A bright, inviting kitchen features a built-in dining banquette, a large island, plentiful cabinet and counter space, a double stainless-steel range, and a wall of glass opening to a desirable rear garden that is fenced for privacy and offers a built-in wood and gas fireplace and grill area. The basement offers a gym, underground wine cellar, and a refreshing 33-foot-long, six-foot-deep swimming pool and an oversized spa. See floor plan and full details here.

Brilliantly reimagined Brooklyn Heights home
171-Columbia-Heights-01 All images of The Standish via Triplemint
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Exceptional duplex residence combines the very best features of a private townhouse, expansive loft, and amenity-rich condominium. The dramatic Great Room boasts soaring ceilings, massive arched windows, Austrian white oak floors, and a bold black column. A nearly 75-foot long private terrace delivering plenty of space for al fresco dining, sunbathing, and play. See floor plan and full details here.

Never be late with New York's Big Ben front-and-center
23-East-22nd-Street-01 All images of One Madison via Douglas Elliman
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Sprawling home at the nexus of Flatiron, Gramercy, and Nomad looks out on spectacular 180-degree views of Madison Square Park, the Clock Tower, the Empire State Building, the East River and the Manhattan skyline from floor-to-ceiling windows. The massive primary suite has southeastern exposures and spa-like Brazilian marble master bath with an oversized walk-in steam shower and floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over downtown Manhattan. Additional features include customized black out and solar electric shades, custom LED and mood lighting, individually controlled HVAC systems from every room, Nest thermostats and Savant audio smart home system. See floor plan and full details here.

Parking batcave alongside superhero's loft
7-Worth-Street-01 All images of 7 Worth Street via Douglas Elliman
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This live-work co-op is currently configured as an art studio/sculpture gallery with a one-bedroom/one-bath loft, but can easily be converted to a three-bedroom home. Prewar details show throughout the rooms, but the kitchen and baths have been beautifully updated. The apartment comes with a private parking space and an approximately 500-square-foot storage room. See floor plan and full details here.

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