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Some apartments could fit in this living room. (3 East 95th Street via Sotheby's International Realty) Some apartments could fit in this living room. (3 East 95th Street via Sotheby's International Realty)
After weeks of being confined to small apartments, it's no surprise that many New Yorkers find themselves craving more space. Some have wondered if townhouses will see a resurgence, but this type of residence requires a degree of dedication that some apartment owners may be reluctant to commit to. Fortunately for them, it is possible to get New York City apartments big enough to rival some suburban houses. We take a look at the largest apartments currently on the market.

Potential combination unit offers over 8,000 square feet of indoor space with 11' ceilings throughout and 360-degree views of the Hudson River, downtown and midtown Manhattan that allow for a generous amount of light to fill the apartment. Contemporary interiors feature custom millwork and incomparable attention to detail throughout. The kitchens feature top-of-the-line appliances including Gaggenau stoves, Miele integrated coffee machines, warming drawers as well as natural stained oak cabinetry and Blanco de Macael marble countertops.

360-Furman-Street-01 One Brooklyn Bridge Park via Sotheby's International Realty
A master bath to party in
With its private screening room, game room, temperature-controlled wine cellar, spacious dining room, eat-in chef's kitchen, and sun-flooded living room with access to a landscaped terrace, this waterfront apartment is ideal for entertaining. However, the super-luxurious bedroom suites are on a separate floor for optimal privacy and comfort. Additional features include Crestron sound system, independent HVAC system, and custom soundproofing throughout. See full details here.

781-Fifth-Avenue-01 The Sherry Netherland via Douglas Elliman
Described as a "townhouse in the sky," this full-floor home at a legendary Fifth Avenue hotel looks out on mesmerizing views of Central Park, the Plaza Hotel, and Grand Army Plaza. The living room flows seamlessly into a formal dining room and library with wet bar and cigar room. The 2,000-square-foot master suite occupies the entire northwest corner and boasts a decorative fireplace, dual dressing rooms, windowed exercise room, and dual en suite baths. See full details here.

151-East-58th-Street-01 All images of One Beacon Court via Christie's International Real Estate
Duplex penthouse enjoys breathtaking views of Central Park, the Manhattan skyline, the East River, the Hudson River, and the George Washington Bridge. Interiors boast a 24' double-height ceiling in the living room, chef's eat-in kitchen, and a massive master suite with dual closets and separate baths. Additional features include double home offices, media room, separate staff quarters, endless storage space, and separate floors for entertaining and sleeping. See full details here.

165-Charles-Street-01 165 Charles Street via Brown Harris Stevens
At the top of a Pritzker Prize laureate-designed building, four apartments have been combined into one magnificent home with 600 square feet of outdoor space and over 100 feet of Hudson River frontage. The living/dining room opens up to two private terraces, and the chef's kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances. The master suite occupies the entire middle level and features a west-facing office, private terrace, custom dressing room, and gorgeous bath. A video tour is available for this unit. See full details here.

35-Hudson-Yards-01 All images of 35 Hudson Yards via Related Companies
Enormous penthouse occupies the entire 90th floor of a new skyscraper and is reached by private elevator. The corner Great Room faces spectacular southern views, and a private terrace off the dining room looks out on Lower Manhattan skyline views. Interiors boast 14' ceilings, windowed eat-in kitchen, corner master suite, bedroom suites, fitness room, media room, and walk-in laundry room. See full details here.

3-East-95th-Street-01 All images of 3 East 95th Street via Sotheby's International Realty
Duplex apartment is located in a landmarked New York City mansion and reached via either private elevator landing or a sweeping staircase. The lower level boasts a massive Grand Salon with wood-burning fireplace, enormous dining room with wood-burning fireplace, spectacularly renovated eat-in kitchen, and half-floor master suite. The upper level houses four bedrooms, three baths, a gym/yoga studio, and endless storage space. See full details here.

54-Stone-Street-01 All images of 54 Stone Street via Douglas Elliman
Quadruplex penthouse is currently configured as three full-floor loft spaces and a massive roof terrace. Interiors combine Old World details with modern finishes to feature 10' ceilings, original timber flooring, and oversized casement windows. It is located on Lower Manhattan's "Restaurant Row," and in close proximity to the South Street Seaport, Fulton Street, and several subway lines. Video and virtual tours are available for this unit. See full details here.

520-West-28th-Street-01 All images of 520 West 28th Street via The Corcoran Group
Triplex penthouse on the High Line has been designed inside and out by Zaha Hadid. The double-corner Great Room boasts walls of glass, views in three directions, a fireplace, and seamless access to a balcony and eat-in kitchen. The crowning glory is a roof terrace with views of the Empire State Building and the Chelsea skyline. See full details here.

15-West-53rd-Street-01 All images of Museum Tower via Sotheby's International Realty
Located directly above the Museum of Modern Art, this penthouse is a mansion in the sky with soaring ceilings, eight wood-burning fireplaces, and endless views of Central Park and the iconic Manhattan skyline. The centerpiece is a striking wrought-iron and bronze semi-circular interior staircase. Upon arrival, a grand gallery leads to a dramatic Great Room with two terraces, triple exposures, fireplace, and recessed wet bar. See full details here.

635-West-42nd-Street-01 Atelier via River 2 River Realty
Both levels of this dramatic duplex condo look out on jaw-dropping views of the Hudson River and city skyline from floor-to-ceiling windows. Interior features include white oak flooring, kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, marble baths, walk-in closets, and in-unit washer/dryer. A $2 million construction credit, a $1 million yacht with docking fees for 5 years, two Rolls Royce Phantoms (1 convertible, 1 hardtop), a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, dinner for two weekly at Daniel Bolud’s Resteraunt Daniel for 1 year, courtside season tickets to the Brooklyn Nets for a year, a Hamptons mansion rental for a summer, live-in butler services for 1 year, a private chef, and two seats on a trip to space are included in the sale. See full details here.

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