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100 Hudson Street via Corcoran 100 Hudson Street via Corcoran
Of the thousands of listings CityRealty receives every week, a handful stand out for their size, location, views, amenities, or sheer indefinable incandescence. We present the most exciting we’ve seen in recent days.
Hotel Carlyle, Upper East Side
35 East 76th Street interiors All Hotel Carlyle images via Douglas Elliman
35 East 76th Street interiors Bedroom
35 East 76th Street interiors Gallery
35 East 76th Street interiors Bedroom
At this Manhattan landmark, a keyed elevator leads to this full-floor apartment with spectacular light. The gracious entry gallery opens up to an effortless layout that wraps around each side of the tower. Each of the spacious bedrooms has generous closet space and its own bathroom. Automated blinds and drapery, not to mention integrated sound, phone, and lighting systems make for an excellent infrastructure beneath it all. Residents have access to all the hotel’s amenities and services.
Gramercy East, Gramercy
301 East 22nd Street interiors All images of Gramercy East via Douglas Elliman
301 East 22nd Street interiors Dining area and kitchen
301 East 22nd street interiors Master bedroom
From the west-facing living room to the master bedroom with south and east exposures, extraordinary light can be found throughout this apartment in the heart of Gramercy Park. Just off the dining area, a modern kitchen has black granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Meticulously maintained doorman building amenities include roof deck, on-site laundry, and live-in super.
Brevoort East, Greenwich Village
20 East 9th Street interiors All Brevoort East images via Compass
20 East 9th Street interiors Kitchen
20 East 9th Street interiors Bedroom
20 East 9th Street interiors Den
In this corner co-op, two units were combined into one dream apartment with an incredible infrastructure that includes a NEST thermostat, Crestron system, and updated plumbing. Seventeen windows face north and west to let in views of historic homes, tree-lined streets, and the Empire State Building. A luxe master suite has built-ins, walk-in closet, and large marble bath; with their spacious size and a marble bath with large soaking tub, the other two bedrooms are not to be overlooked. This co-op is also home to a den with dry bar and a windowed kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances.
100 Hudson Street, Tribeca
100 Hudson Street interiors All 100 Hudson Street images via Corcoran
100 Hudson Street interiors Dining area
100 Hudson Street interiors Bedroom
Every room in this Tribeca co-op features high ceilings and oversized windows. Between a built-in wet bar with a wine fridge and its south- and west-facing windows overlooking dramatic city views, the corner living room was made for entertaining. The chef’s kitchen has a built-in banquette, separate island, custom cabinetry, and two wine fridges among the top-of-the-line appliances. A home office with a built-in desk and Murphy bed can easily be converted to a fourth bedroom, and all three official bedrooms have excellent light. The master suite also has a walk-in closet, windowed dressing room, and renovated bath with oversized walk-in shower.
640 West 139th Street, Hamilton Heights
640 West 139th Street 640 West 139th Street via Stephen P. Wald
Yes, you read that right – this three-bedroom co-op in Manhattan is under half a million. The apartment is rich in prewar details such as exposed brick and high ceilings, but a recent renovation brought a new eat-in kitchen, in-unit washer/dryer, and generous closet space. The spacious master bedroom offers unobstructed views of the Hudson River and George Washington Bridge.
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