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As of this writing, CityRealty listings show over 12,500 condos, co-ops, condops, and townhouses for sale in Manhattan, northern Brooklyn, western Queens, and parts of the Bronx. The city has been rich in eye-catching new construction, but historic buildings have been transformed into equally jaw-dropping residential homes. We take a look at the most amazing listings to come on the market in November 2020.

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The Langston, 68 Bradhurst Avenue
The Langston, 68 Bradhurst Avenue Harlem
131 West 24th Street
131 West 24th Street Chelsea
The Greenwich Street Project, 497 Greenwich Street
The Greenwich Street Project, 497 Greenwich Street SoHo
The Umbria, 465 West End Avenue
The Umbria, 465 West End Avenue Riverside Dr./West End Ave.
860 Fifth Avenue
860 Fifth Avenue Park/Fifth Ave. to 79th St.
582-Lexington-Avenue-004 (Corcoran)
582 Lexington Avenue in Stuyvesant Heights is a move-in ready legal 2 family home complete with 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, and 2 half baths. This 2,462 square foot home boasts 3 floors of living space plus a finished basement and a 900 square foot multi-level garden. 582 Lexington Avenue was meticulously renovated with high-end finishes and charming touches including exposed brick walls, a decorative fireplace and skylights. See full details here.

Flatiron apartments NYC (Heller Organization)
High design and immaculate renovation merge in this approximately 1,850 square foot, 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom duplex with 618 square foot private garden that is perfect for entertaining. See full details here.

One-of-a-Kind 20-foot wide semi-detached Romanesque Revival single-family townhome in the Hamilton Heights historic district offers triple exposures and thoughtful modern updates alongside immaculately preserved original details. This corner home sits at the W. 141st Street entrance to Hamilton Terrace, directly across from the historic Hamilton Grange, with windows overlooking its park-like grounds and the neo-gothic towers of City College. Built-in 1889, 423 W 141st Street was one of the first of more than 100 homes built between 1886 and 1906 on Alexander Hamilton's one-time 32-acre estate. See full details here.

50-Sterling-Place-01 All images of 50 Sterling Place via The Corcoran Group
In an extra-deep, 21' wide, beautifully maintained brownstone, this gorgeous home with a private backyard offers additional configuration options and plenty of room to grow. Original details include plaster ceiling medallions, enormous north and south-facing windows, glass-etched pocket doors, impressive crown and baseboard molding, and two wood-burning fireplaces with original marble mantels and opulent gold mirrors above. The spacious, brand-new kitchen has white custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, an abundance of storage and workspace, and a large island which easily seats four. See full details here.

497-Greenwich-Street-01 All images of The Greenwich Street Project via Douglas Elliman
This west-facing loft's clean white lines and high ceilings with recessed lighting offer a complementary contrast to its interior brick, exposed wooden beams, & custom-stained hardwood floors, melding the elements of the contemporary renovation with the building's warehouse roots. Equipped with top-of-the line appliances, honed slate countertops, and abundant cabinet space, the custom Valcucine kitchen includes an inviting at-counter bar and opens to an expansive living room loft. The bright primary suite divides nicely into a library/study area with a custom wall-to-wall Italian closet. See full details here.

68-Bradhurst-Avenue-01 All images of The Langston via Core
This rare terraced duplex penthouse offers double height ceilings with an atrium of 18 vertical feet of sun-filled, double-pane windows, perfectly situated along a vista between Hamilton Heights and City College's neo-Gothic architecture. Separate open-concept living and dining areas are ideal for entertaining indoors or dining al fresco. The chef's kitchen comes equipped with a Liebherr refrigerator, Positano stone countertops, Applewood veneer cabinetry, custom shelving, a four-burner range, microwave, dishwasher, and in-home, private laundry. See full details here.

1107-Fifth-Avenue-01 All images of 1107 Fifth Avenue via The Corcoran Group
Perfectly situated on Fifth Avenue, this breathtaking prewar residence has been completely renovated by the world-renowned interior designer Tony Ingrao in conjunction with leading architect, Bryan Brown. There are three rooms overlooking Central Park and magnificent spaces for entertaining with no expense spared. Throughout the luxurious residence there are new Pella windows, hardwood floors, custom millwork by Full Scale Woodworking, radiant heat in all of the full bathrooms, a Sonos music system and three-zone central air conditioning. See full details here.

137-Joralemon-Street-01 All images of 137 Joralemon Street via Compass
With soaring ceilings, this rarely available apartment in the heart of Brooklyn Heights opens into a large living room, perfect for entertaining. The double paned windows look out onto your private oversized landscaped terrace featuring a gas grill and a wet bar. The kitchen, conveniently located near the living room by the exit on the terrace, is a chef's dream with a calming mix of wood and stainless steel appliances. See full details here.

51-Jay-Street-01 All images of 51 Jay Street via Compass
Every detail of this duplex loft speaks of expert craftsmanship and the finest materials that marry well with the industrial elegance of the building. Herringbone flooring throughout and the (almost) floor-to-ceiling walls of casement windows add to the loft-like feel of the home. The patio off the living room allows for seamless entertaining and is situated in a landscaped private courtyard designed by Steven Yavanian Landscape Architecture. See full details here.

354-Broome-Street-01 All images of 354 Broome Street via Compass
Extraordinary loft in a prime downtown location features a south-facing living room with amazing sunlight, spacious dining area, open kitchen with original tin ceilings and breakfast bar, and an additional seating area that could easily be converted to a home office. The lower level also features a full bath and four oversized closets. The eastern wall of the apartment spans the full height of the loft and makes an amazing art wall. See full details here.

555-Park-Avenue-01 All images of 555 Park Avenue via Nest Seekers
This loft-like Upper East Side home is an exciting opportunity to create a dream indoor/outdoor living sanctuary. There are high ceilings with multiple skylights throughout, full length windows and French glass doors, northern and southern exposure, and a combined 1,125 square feet of private terrace space. The south roof terrace has stunning city views and also drenched in light. See full details here.

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257-West-86th-Street-01 All images of 257 West 86th Street via The Corcoran Group
Formerly a live / work loft and gallery connected to one of the Upper West Sides premiere full-service cooperatives, enjoy your own entrance to this downtown-style duplex. Interiors feature three large bedrooms on the upper level and an immense entertaining floor with open living salon, gallery, plus huge windowed home office / or large bedroom, huge dressing room, oversized windowed kitchen and plenty of hidden storage throughout. Original Tudor windows and classic pre-war detailing are just a few of the architectural details providing a framework. See full details here.

459-Washington-Street-01 All images of 459 Washington Street via Douglas Elliman
Enjoy Tribeca loft living with exposed brick walls, cast iron columns, and wood-beams throughout this sprawling floor-through home filled with architectural details on a quiet street. This completely renovated condo epitomizes grand loft living with soaring 10' ceilings and tons of character. The sun-filled 32-foot-wide great room with open kitchen is the perfect complement when entertaining, with a large island/breakfast bar and a full suite of top-of-the-line appliances. See full details here.

205-Hicks-Street-01 All images of 205 Hicks Street via The Corcoran Group
Sun-filled classic prewar two-bedroom co-op features double exposures (south and west), stylish custom built-ins and the perfect nook for a home office. Each bedroom has superb closet space and city windows. The kitchen has been updated with granite countertops, a new Viking range, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and a wine fridge, as well as space for a little sitting area. See full details here.

131-West-24th-Street-01 All images of 131 West 24th Street via The Corcoran Group
With two private entrances via keyed elevator, this airy home offers a respite from the city hustle. Exit the elevator directly into a sleek industrial-modern kitchen, with both formal and casual dining areas. Exposed and painted brick, a catwalk balcony, stairway, and north, south, and eastern exposures are defining architectural features of this pre-war home. See full details here.

176-Johnson-Street-01 All images of The Toy Factory Lofts via Compass
Measuring almost 1,100 square feet with soaring 11' ceilings, this corner loft is blasted in natural light and situated over a tree-lined backdrop with double exposure to the east and north. Interiors feature an open island kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a butcher block top, a separate home study, custom outfitted closets and storage throughout, a large dining area and a separate work space for creative inspiration and free thought. Additional perks include a washer/dryer in unit and central climate control. See full details here.

465-West-End-Avenue-01 All images of 465 West End Avenue via Compass
Perched atop a full-service, Italian Renaissance building, enter directly from the building elevator into the penthouse gallery. The central gallery leads to the living room with adjacent open, windowed, chef's kitchen, the dining room/solarium, and the primary bedroom wing. Every room opens onto a private 2,900-square-foot terrace with city views abound. See full details here.

11-East-68th-Street-01 All images of The Marquand via Douglas Elliman
Every surface of this dramatic triplex is graced with exotic finishes and unique materials and is designed and executed to the highest standard. An open loft-style entertaining space with corner living room impresses with city, skyline, and park views and a dramatic stone-clad fireplace. The sleek chef's kitchen with retractable wall for more formal entertaining offers a spacious breakfast room with a window facing the park and outstanding custom metal cabinets by St. Charles, Calacatta marble countertops and backsplash, double sinks with Dornbracht fixtures, and top-of-the-line chef appliances. See full details here.

132-Kane-Street-01 All images of 132 Kane Street via Compass
A former butcher shop and antique store in the same family for over 75 years has been completely transformed, incorporating modern amenities and industrial finishes with a nod toward historic preservation. At the core is a stunning kitchen with poured concrete counters that integrate into the central freestanding concrete fireplace/chimney, anchoring a matte black Bertazzoni range and hood. Downstairs is a huge basement extending the living/entertaining space, featuring exposed stone walls, 10' ceilings, and 688-bottle wine storage with a kitchenette and tasting area. See floor plan and full details here.

860-Fifth-Avenue-01 All images of 860 Fifth Avenue via Nest Seekers
Features of this Fifth Avenue apartment include gorgeous hardwood floors, chic crown molding, coffered, domed, and beamed ceilings, oversized casement windows with quadruple exposure, several charming built-ins, a home office, a decorative fireplace, an in-home washer/dryer, an abundance of closet space, on-site parking, private storage, and 650 square feet of private outdoor space spread across four terraces. The home flows into an expansive, open-concept living and dining space saturated with northern and western light. Each of the library, living, and dining rooms have access to private terraces overlooking Central Park. See floor plan and full details here.

53-Murray-Street-01 All images of SW Tribeca Lofts via Douglas Elliman
This dramatic Tribeca triplex includes an enormous Great Room, perfect for entertaining or relaxing by the wood-burning fireplace. The open kitchen is Italian all the way with Boffi cabinetry and gracious dining overlooking the double-height salon below. A huge media room, full laundry, dedicated mechanicals and private interior storage are perfect for everything from seasonal clothing to wine or a recording studio, and plumbing exists for an in-home spa and an endless pool lap pool. See full details here.

625-Park-Avenue-01 All images of 625 Park Avenue via Douglas Elliman
No expense has been spared in the design of this massive home in a J.E.R. Carpenter-designed cooperative. Upon entering the apartment by way of private elevator landing, you are immediately greeted by a stunning entrance foyer. The living room, dining room, and library all have fireplaces, and the chef's kitchen has top-of-the-line appliances, a separate breakfast room, and a butler's pantry. See floor plan and full details here.

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