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Views from the bay window at 50 United Nations Plaza (Zeckendorf Marketing LLC) Views from the bay window at 50 United Nations Plaza (Zeckendorf Marketing LLC)
Architectural trends come and go, but the bay window has been a popular part of building styles from Queen Anne to Georgian to contemporary. They would appear to be a key part of historic townhouses seen on a walk through parts of Brooklyn and Manhattan, but have been reinterpreted to dramatic effect at newer condos like Lantern House and 11 Hoyt Street, to name a few.

In addition to adding a touch of architectural interest on the outside, bay windows can have a dramatic effect on a home's interior. Not only do they fill the room with light, but they can also make the rooms appear larger. Some imaginative designers will use creative colors and/or upholstery to make the bay window the focal point of the room, while others use it as a space for a built-in window seat or desk. Moreover, whether you're displaying a Christmas tree or a menorah this season, a bay window serves as a natural focal point for decorations. We take a look at apartments with bay windows that look impressive now and all year round.
The Corinthian Apartment at Lantern House (Corcoran)

632 West End Avenue, #1FRONT (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

Sutton Manor East, #2C (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

The Waterford, #34C (Corcoran Group)

232 President Street, #3R (Corcoran Group)

119 Prospect Park West, #2 (Keller Williams NYC)

99 State Street, #4E (The Agency Brokerage)

Hudson Tower, #7AB (Corcoran Group)

11 Hoyt, #40J (Corcoran Group)

The Corinthian, #18Q (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

Butterfield House, #2B (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

1 East 66th Street, #2A (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

CitySpire, #3501 (Corcoran Group)

19 East 88th Street, #PHA (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

Lantern House, #1503 (Corcoran Group)

40 East 62nd Street, #5W (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

50 United Nations Plaza, #25B (Zeckendorf Marketing LLC)

10 Remsen Street, #House (Leslie J Garfield & Co Inc)

33 West 71st Street, #Building (Prime Manhattan Residential LLC)

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