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During the darkest days of the coronavirus pandemic, some wondered if the end of New York City was in sight. However, the city showed incredible resilience and adaptability during this trying time. The Open Restaurants program allowed eateries to stay in business and transformed sidewalks, and the new Key to NYC program promotes vaccination. These were also key factors in New York's ranking in the top five of the Time Out Index of the world's best cities.
Ultra high net work cities Index via WealthX Report 2021
Index via WealthX Report 2021
It is also one of the world's richest cities: According to the most recent Wealth-X report , New York City increased its ultra-high net worth (UNHW) residents by 9.3 percent in 2020, bringing the number up to 121,610 such cohorts. This reflects New York's continued status as a global center for finance and commerce, not to mention its rich blend of cultural opportunities, luxury lifestyle options, and high-quality education and real estate.

And in a move that should make UNHW residents feel more comfortable, Eric Adams, the probable next mayor of New York City, has vowed to make the city more welcoming to business and wealthy residents than his predecessor.
In this environment, the number of new real estate listings has substantially increased since Labor Day. A total of 725 new listings came on the market in the past seven days with a median condo price of $1.797 million (or $1,593 per square foot) and a median co-op price of $799,750 (all figures per CityRealty listings). From a historic Harlem townhouse conversion to a full-floor masterpiece in a Billionaires' Row supertall, we take a look at the greatest standouts below.

East Village apartment All images of 224 East 7th Street via Compass
East Village apartment
East Village apartment
From the Listing: Currently configured as an oversized one bedroom plus den, the opportunities to create multiple unique layouts are endless in this flexible floor plan. Upon entering the home, there is an alcove currently staged as a small office/den with a pull out couch that guests can sleep in. A wall can be easily built up to make this an enclosed room for a small bedroom/nursery. The space opens up to the spacious kitchen, that was completely redesigned and outfitted with beautiful granite countertops, custom-made wooden cabinetry with chrome handles, stainless steel appliances that include a microwave, four burner stovetop, a dishwasher as well as a large fridge. The kitchen currently opens up into the gracious living/dining room, but can be easily closed off. The 22 foot by 12 foot, graciously laid out living and dining room features four oversized, arched windows that stretch across the entire home, with custom built shelving underneath for additional storage. See floor plan and full details here.

Park Slope apartment All images of 509 2nd Street via Corcoran
Park Slope apartment
Park Slope apartment
From the Listing: This prewar gem exudes warmth and character with its abundant original period details, pristine millwork, elegant built-ins, inlaid hardwood floors, high-ceilings and over-sized windows. Currently set up with two spacious bedrooms, large formal dining room, and separate cozy living room -- the floor-through apartment is flexible to meet your needs now and be able to grow into the future. The floor plan converts easily from a palatial 1+ bedroom plus home office or nursery to an efficient 3-bedroom use depending on your needs. The elongated floor plan with gallery corridor provides multiple spaces of intimate scale, privacy and separation. Renovated kitchen features Sub-Zero, Viking and Miele appliances with windows on two exposures that bring light and views. The windowed bathroom is also recently renovated in classic black and white with subway tile. See floor plan and full details here.
Park Slope apartment

Brooklyn Heights apartment All images of 60 Pineapple Street via Corcoran
Brooklyn Heights apartment
Brooklyn Heights apartment
From the Listing: Located in historic Brooklyn Heights, residence 4D at 60 Pineapple Street has undergone a fabulous renovation with the highest levels of finishes used throughout. This one-bedroom with a home office features custom bookshelves, coffered ceilings, built-in speakers, state of the art kitchen appliances and a Bosch washer/ dryer. One enters the residence through an elegant foyer that opens onto the eat-in-kitchen and gracious living room with beautifully designed coffered ceilings. Built-in bookshelves, custom moldings and lovely views to the north complete the meticulously designed living room. The renovated eat-in kitchen is a chef's dream with a kitchen island with quartzite countertops imported from Italy. See floor plan and full details here.

East Village co-op All images of 300 East 4th Street via Compass
East Village co-op
East Village co-op
From the Listing: This dramatic East Village loft is rich with history and has undergone a meticulous gut renovation with no detail spared. Originally built in 1875 as the rectory for neighboring Holy Cross Church, this fortress-like East Village landmark has been reimagined as a 20-unit boutique coop elevator building with a newly renovated common roof deck. Unit 3B's original details were carefully and lovingly restored during the renovation, including exposed brick throughout, hardwood oak floors, and soaring 12'+ ceilings. See floor plan and full details here.

Boerum Hill apartment All images of 320 State Street via Compass
Boerum Hill apartment
Boerum Hill apartment
From the Listing: Located on an idyllic tree-lined street, this serene two-bedroom home is enveloped in warm light streaming through 6 north and south-facing widows and 3 unique skylights. Perched at the top of a rare, 25 foot wide townhome, an expansive living room spans the entire width with multiple zones including spaces for a proper sitting area facing the wood burning fireplace, dining area and skylit corner complete with a beautiful piano. Two bedrooms face south, one currently opened for additional light and air and configured as a den/office. A skylight illuminates the tiled bathroom, and the kitchen includes a pass through to the living room for easy conversation while cooking, but allows for separation before the dishes get done. For those seeking outdoor space, the unit transfers with roof rights. See floor plan and full details here.

Upper West Side co-op All images of 255 West 98th Street via Cooper and Cooper RE
Upper West Side co-op
Upper West Side co-op
From the Listing: Experience total serenity in this magical, corner classic six home with northern, western, and southern exposures. Carefully preserved pre-war details including French doors, hardwood floors with cherry inlay, and impressive ceiling height complement period-appropriate updates, making Residence 8C a rare gem. The focal point of this remarkable home is the rich mahogany paneled formal dining room adjacent to the sophisticated parlor with restored decorative fireplace where you'll delight in hosting the most elegant of engagements. Let your culinary imagination run wild in the handsomely renovated, windowed chef's kitchen. Situated next to the kitchen, the former staff quarters with en suite full bath make for an excellent guest bedroom, home office, study, or music room. At the west end of the home, you'll find two nicely proportioned bedrooms, cedar closets, and tastefully updated bathroom. See floor plan and full details here.

Park Avenue co-op All images of 1050 Park Avenue via Corcoran
Park Avenue apartment
Park Avenue apartment
From the Listing: Impeccable apartment delivers new development quality renovation in one of Park Avenue's most sought after prewar buildings. This home features 10-foot ceilings and beautiful details and moldings throughout. Enter into the the large foyer with custom built-ins, and a fully renovated powder room. The dining area features a Bocche chandelier. The bright, light and spacious living room boasts a wood burning-fireplace with a custom Chesney mantle with a stainless steel slip and custom insert allowing for clean burning bioethanol fuel if desired. The totally renovated kitchen features Miele dishwasher, wall oven, speed oven/microwave plus a four burner gas range top and hood (vented to the outside). The refrigerator is a Sub-Zero as well as the 24-bottle wine cooler. The counter tops are honed Statuary marble and the wall tiles are Carrara marble. The oversized primary bedroom has four large closets, one of which is a walk-in with a Sub-Zero 150 bottle wine cooler. See floor plan and full details here.

Harlem condo All images of 241 Lenox Avenue via Compass
Harlem condo
Harlem condo
From the Listing: Pre-war dream home will come to mind as soon as you enter this magnificent space in prime Harlem. You will appreciate the enormous living and dining space that is perfect for entertaining, the over-sized windows (10 of them!) and double exposure this home offers you. The beautiful Brazilian walnut hardwood floors offer the space warmth and sophistication and flow beautifully with the African mahogany doors, oversized windows with restored shutters and 14-foot high ceilings! The renovated open kitchen is spacious and it features custom imported Italian wood cabinetry, Italian marble countertops and stainless steel appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

206 Front Street All images of The Vista on Vinegar Hill via Compass
206 Front Street
206 Front Street
From the Listing: Beautifully curated, this sunny two-bedroom with private outdoor space exemplifies high-style living at its finest and is an ideal alternative to nearby new development at 1,308 square feet. The corner unit has an open airy living area that is highlighted by a wall of windows, bringing the outside in. The strikingly curated and sprawling layout can easily accommodate ample seating space plus a separate dining area for 8. The windowed cook's kitchen is nicely appointed and complete with Viking stove and Sub-Zero fridge and is vented to the outside. South-facing and awash in natural light, the en suite primary bedroom is tranquil and features two customized closets while opening to a large private balcony, ideal for unwinding. A 421A tax abatement is in place until 2023. See floor plan and full details here.

45 East 66th Street All images of Fred Leighton Building via Compass
45 East 66th Street
45 East 66th Street
From the Listing: This grand, fully renovated, one-bedroom home is masterfully designed and located in one of New York's most sought-after pre-war buildings, 45 East 66th Street, just a block from Central Park. As you enter through the custom foyer designed by Michael Anderson, you are welcomed into a beautiful living room with large windows and high ceilings that is great for personal enjoyment or entertaining. The tastefully designed home features Bulthaup kitchen cabinets, Sub-Zero, Miele and Gaggenau appliances, Nanz hardware, delta lighting, waterworks bathrooms, leather floors in the closets, farrow and ball paint throughout, and aluminum shutters. See floor plan and full details here.

Park Slope apartment All images of 99 Berkeley Place via Compass
Park Slope co-op
Park Slope co-op
From the Listing: Situated on a beautiful block in prime Park Slope, this airy, sun-drenched home features hardwood floors throughout, high ceilings, ample closet space and a recently renovated kitchen equipped with a Bosch dishwasher, Samsung refrigerator and Blue Star commercial grade six-burner range. The large, gracious living / dining room is perfectly suited for relaxing and entertaining and features beautiful, custom bookshelves. The apartment features 3 well proportioned bedrooms, modern bathrooms with tasteful updates, a Bosch washer and dryer, and a newly renovated lush private garden, which provides plenty of space and privacy for lounging and entertaining. An oversized, designated storage unit in the basement, is supplied with heat and electricity and large enough to use as an extra den or playroom. See floor plan and full details here.

96 Perry Street All images of The Greenwich via Compass
96 Perry Street
96 Perry Street
From the Listing: This sun-soaked, fully-renovated, two-bedroom apartment has two full bathrooms, plus a separate home office / study. Perched high on the fourth floor, multiple exposures let the light shine in all day -- from the north, west, and south. An oversized living room with voluminous ceiling heights offers sun-drenched, treetop views over Perry Street and the picturesque West Village skyline. Pre-war details include oak strip hardwood floors, crown molding, and high ceilings throughout. Other charming details such as built-in cabinetry, custom millwork, and recessed lighting are nestled amongst the six rooms of this elegant and serene home. See floor plan and full details here.

Upper Manhattan townhouse All images of 8 Sylvan Terrace via Compass
Washington Heights townhouse
Washington Heights townhouse
From the Listing: A celebrated designer's own sought-after landmark home, masterfully renovated and featured in Dwell magazine, is a rare find indeed. Discover 8 Sylvan Terrace, the glorious reimagining of a unique 1887 Victorian row house in one of New York City's most prized historic enclaves. Currently configured with a single-family layout, 8 Sylvan Terrace is a legal two-family and lends itself to easy conversion back to a two-family. A high stoop invites you into a classic double vestibule on the parlor level, were meticulously restored original pumpkin pine flooring, carefully recreated ceiling medallions and a stately refinished staircase nod to the home's historical provenance. Two rooms on this floor are separated by restored original pocket doors that had been encased by layers of sheetrock during a less inspired renovation. The lower level continues the old-meets-new theme with a sleekly minimalist modern staircase that leads to open-plan living space featuring random-width reclaimed pine flooring, swaths of exposed brick and original beams. See floor plan and full details here.

Central Park West co-op All images of 37 West 93rd Street via Digs Realty Group
Central Park West co-op
Central Park West co-op
From the Listing: With impressive attention to detail, this park block home has been transformed into a masterpiece: high ceilings, central air, in-unit washer/dryer, HearthCabinet ventless fireplace with beautiful quartz mantle, abundant built-out closets, new wood floors, high baseboard moldings, original floor-to-ceiling solid wood doors, cedar closet and Lutron dimmers throughout. Enjoy all day light and treetop views with south, north, and east exposures, and cozy up next to your fireplace and large south facing windows in the living room. The oversized, open, windowed kitchen features a 9-foot by 4.5-foot peninsula, a vented stove, white quartz countertop, under counter storage, GE profile appliances, and a paneled dishwasher. See floor plan and full details here.

781 Fifth Avenue All images of The Sherry Netherland via Sotheby's International Realty
781 Fifth Avenue
781 Fifth Avenue
From the Listing: This fully renovated high floor 2-bedroom, 2-bath residence on the north/east facing corner offers high ceilings and incredible custom millwork throughout. The spacious living room features two large windows with partial views of Central Park, the galley kitchen is elegantly designed with high-gloss mahogany cabinetry, and the second bedroom is en suite with wet bar and two exposures (can also serve as a formal dining room or luxurious home office). The primary suite includes an en suite bathroom and large walk-in closet. The Sherry-Netherland is a full service white-glove cooperative with 24-hour doorman, concierge and attended elevators. Residents may enjoy hotel services, including daily maid service (included in your monthlies), an on-site fitness center, hair salon, and valet parking. See floor plan and full details here.

Midtown co-op All images of The Osborne via Douglas Elliman
205 West 57th Street
Billionaires Row apartment
From the Listing: Welcome to The Osborne, impeccably and lovingly maintained since 1885. Every single inch of this two-bedroom masterpiece has been thoughtfully created to the most exacting standards. Upon entering the home you will notice the beautiful chevron pattern French baked oak floors and a Chinoiserie gold hand-painted black lacquer foyer. Hidden to the left lies the kitchen, custom made of quarter-sawn oak cabinetry complemented with Carrera marble countertops and integrated, high-end appliances. Just past the foyer, 13' crowned and coffered ceilings create a grand, airy, and luxurious feel in the graciously appointed living and dining room with stone fireplace. The large arched south-facing windows flood the apartment with natural light while overlooking the treetops of Billionaire's Row. See floor plan and full details here.

Gowanus townhouse All images of 21 1st Street via Compass
Brooklyn townhouse
Brooklyn townhouse
From the Listing: Re-envisioned in 2016, this light-flooded 1910 Federal style townhouse features a large primary bedroom with private terrace overlooking the garden and marble mantle wood-burning fireplace, two generously sized secondary bedrooms, a large, bright parlor floor office/sitting room (previously a 4th bedroom), 2.5 bathrooms, and a dry unfinished basement with washer/dryer and copious storage which offers a blank canvas to create a bonus space to suit your needs. Lovingly restored original details throughout, including soaring beamed ceilings, ceiling medallions, refinished staircases and wide-plank floors that have been stripped and refinished in a light Scandinavian-inspired hue, are seamlessly integrated to create a bespoke contemporary aesthetic. See floor plan and full details here.
Brooklyn townhouse

Brooklyn Heights apartment All images of 65 Montague Street via Corcoran
Brooklyn Heights co-op
Brooklyn Heights co-op
From the Listing: Sunny and spacious grand duplex's bright, light-filled rooms are extra-large and great for entertaining and comfortable living. The first level is well-laid out and has a welcoming, large foyer with two big closets, an eat-in windowed kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, a large dining/living room with a coffered ceiling, custom built-ins at every turn, a full bath and a large bedroom with built-in desk. Upstairs you have 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths (one with a spa steamer), an office plus a room (with a window) that can easily be transformed into a fifth bedroom. There are custom closets throughout the entire apartment, 15 windows, central air conditioning and a washer/dryer. This move-in-ready gorgeous space is in excellent condition and has been renovated by award-winning interior designer John Willey; complete with beautiful lighting, thoughtfully selected wallpaper and custom window treatments. In addition, a security and sound system are in place. See floor plan and full details here.

Tribeca condo All images of 459 Washington Street via Serhant
Tribeca condo
Tribeca condo
From the Listing: Welcome to this stunning floor-through loft located in coveted northwest Tribeca, a renovated 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo that embodies industrial city charm. Chic light fixtures and modern finishes are set against a backdrop of exposed redbrick walls, wooden ceiling beams, steel pipes, and original cast-iron columns. A thoughtfully concealed built-in office is tucked along the wall off the living room. Eastern and western light spill through oversized sash windows and onto beautiful hardwood oak floors. A welcoming entry foyer and gallery adorned with a renovated full bathroom and plenty of wall space for hanging art leads into a massive 32' wide great room with 10-foot ceilings and western exposure. The stunning kitchen is equipped with a huge eat-in island, sleek quartz countertops, porcelain backsplash, custom soft-close cabinets and drawers, a dry bar with a built-in Sub-Zero wine cooler, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

Greenwich Village apartment All images of 15 West 11th Street via Compass
Greenwich Village co-op
Greenwich Village co-op
From the Listing: A rare opportunity awaits to own the ultimate designer showplace on one of the most sought-after, tree-lined blocks in Greenwich Village! Gracious and light-filled, this stunning 3-bedroom, 2-bath prewar gem has been meticulously renovated and reimagined for sophisticated modern living. Having combined both the A and B line, this layout is a unique offering for the building. Step inside to find a beautiful higher ceiling living room with brand new double-hung Marvin windows, coupled with an effortless open floorplan with the highest quality fit and finish. Gorgeous Madera wide-plank oak floors, solid wood doors, beautiful crown moldings, custom Roman shades, Emtak hardware, and Farrow & Ball paint throughout are among the many enhancements beautifying the elegant ambiance. See floor plan and full details here.

Lower East Side condo All images of 215 Chrystie Street via Corcoran
Lower East Side condo
Lower East Side condo
From the Listing: With floor-to-ceiling soundproofed operable windows and glazed mullionless corner windows, there are no view-blocking columns anywhere to be found in this jewel in the sky. Finished in tranquil and muted tones, the loft is laid with 12" wide-plank cerused White Oak floors imported from Austria. On a semi-private floor, this one-bedroom residence includes an endlessly sunlit Great Room with an open bespoke kitchen featuring hand selected Natural Basaltina stone slab counter tops and American Black Walnut wall cabinets. The dramatic corner primary bedroom suite has unobstructed sunset south views and an oversized dressing area with Poliform walk-in closets and custom doors. The magazine-worthy primary bathroom includes a custom designed double vanity with John Pawson designed 6' freestanding concrete tub, and a custom designed shower featuring precast concrete floors and walls, oversized rain shower head and full height glass door. See floor plan and full details here.

Harlem townhouse All images of 102 West 123rd Street via Compass
Harlem townhouse
Harlem townhouse
From the Listing: Designed by Charles H. Beer and built in 1888, 102 West 123rd Street features original stained glass transoms and molded stone details -- topped with a large denticulated cornice, and grounded by a solid tall stoop. This is a 20' wide semi-detached 'bookend' brownstone. It is an excellent example of a Neo-Grec home and one of the finest and most unique properties within the Mount Morris Park Historic District. On the parlor floor, the main entryway is framed by two fluted pilasters, and inside, a large original pier mirror and bench sits underneath a reclaimed 1920s original chandelier, all outside of the imported 1880s Argentinian wooden arched doorway. Entering further, original paneling and a solid mahogany banister invites the visitor upstairs to a spectacular one-of-a-kind loft loaded with original detailing, two wood burning fireplaces, and unique materials such as reclaimed soapstone, a cast-iron support column, and wide plank cork flooring. See floor plan and full details here.
Harlem townhouse

DUMBO condo All images of 31 Washington Street via Brown Harris Stevens
DUMBO condo
DUMBO condo
From the Listing: Rarely does a loft of this magnitude come to market in DUMBO. Nearly 60 feet of entertaining space includes an open chef's kitchen and space for multiple seating areas. Light streams into this loft through 25 windows and 4 exposures. All enhanced by 3 skylights and soaring ceiling heights that graduate from 11-15 feet. Newly finished wood floors, painted white brick, exposed pipes, thoughtfully placed industrial pendant lights and wood planked ceilings all add rich texture. The modern chef's kitchen features Henrybuilt cabinetry, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a Miele appliance package that includes a 6-burner gas range with a vented hood, oven and dishwasher. It is all enveloped by an abundance of black granite counter space and a raised Carrera marble bar. See floor plan and full details here.

Harlem townhouse All images of 1 West 123rd Street via Compass
Harlem townhouse
Harlem townhouse
From the listing: The Dwight mansion, built in 1890 at 1 West 123rd Street, on the corner of Mount Morris Park West, is a 5-story, 10,000-square-foot, 25-foot-wide structure, clad in Roman brick, with fifty-two windows, eight fireplaces and a robust cellar. Enter through the front portico of pillars and stained glass; the original carved mahogany door has been preserved, just waiting to be reinstalled. A two-story annex was added to the house in 1925 and converted into a working library by the current owners. The annex has a separate entrance with its own stairway and roof deck. The public or reception level (“piano nobile”) includes a spacious drawing room, large enough for two grand pianos and is perfect for house concerts with its wonderful acoustics. Its elaborate plasterwork ceiling is intact. The original carved mahogany paneled dining room has doors and windows that follow the curve of the walls and elaborate plasterwork on the ceiling as well as a grand fireplace. See floor plan and full details here.
Harlem townhouse

Soho condo All images of The New Museum Building via Brown Harris Stevens
Soho condo
Soho condo
From the Listing: From the moment you enter into this massive spectacular TRIPLE MINT loft you are presented into a sensational scaled living space. The elevator opens directly into this loft that spans the full width of the building with 6 enormous windows, wonderful eastern light and 2 windows facing north. There is an enormous living room, dining room, gorgeous gourmet chef's kitchen, beautiful maple finishes that are evident throughout, a large wood-burning fireplace with a custom marble mantle, 11.2-foot ceilings, and ample room for several seating areas. The open custom kitchen is a true chef's paradise with top-of-the-line finishes and appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

Brooklyn townhouse All images of 399 President Street via Corcoran
Carroll Gardens townhouse
Carroll Gardens townhouse
From the listing: 399 President Street is a striking 7,000-square-foot, 40-foot-wide townhouse with a two-car garage, an elevator, and three sprawling outdoor spaces on a tree-lined street in Carroll Gardens. Built from the ground up in 2017, this palatial home blends modern conveniences and industrial Brooklyn style behind its gorgeous brick façade. The main entertaining floor offers a remarkable footprint of nearly 2,000 square feet, featuring dramatic reclaimed beams, and finished with beautiful wide-plank European oak flooring, exposed brick, and custom casement style windows. See floor plan and full details here.
Carroll Gardens townhouse

Tribeca condo conversion All images of The Dietz Lantern Building via Brown Harris Stevens
Tribeca condo conversion
Tribeca condo conversion
From the Listing: This dramatic 4,000-square-foot double-corner loft at the historic Dietz Lantern Building will take your breath away, with its grand proportions, soaring ceilings and unobstructed city and river views from 22 windows. A gracious entrance foyer leads to one of Downtown's most magnificent living spaces: a 50-foot wide expanse bathed in natural light from north/south/west exposures and featuring 12-foot barrel vaulted ceilings, wide-plank floors, a wood-burning fireplace and far-reaching views from endless double-glazed windows. The enormous state-of-the-art chef's kitchen provides the ideal gathering spot for family and friends, and features a massive center-island with wrap-around storage, abundant custom cabinetry, a gorgeous Moroccan hand-glazed tiled backsplash, and top-of-the-line Miele, Thermador, Viking and Sub-Zero appliances. Beyond the entertaining space, a wide hallway lined with custom built-in bookshelves and floor-to-ceiling storage closets leads to the private wing of this incredible home. See floor plan and full details here.

Upper East Side townhouse All images of 25 East 92nd Street via Sotheby's International Realty
Carnegie Hill townhouse
Upper East Side townhouse
From the Listing: Located in the prime Carnegie Hill area on a beautiful tree-lined street, this notable five-story home was built in 1920 and is 20' wide and 68' deep with over 7,000 square feet of interior space and 944 square feet of glorious, planted garden and terraces. A wrought-iron gate opens onto both an elevated sandstone staircase with an iron handrail and secondary service entrance with planted trees and flowers. French-style glass doors lead to a vestibule ahead of a stunning parlor floor which features a magnificent double-size living room separated by a massive solid wood pocket door. There are gorgeous herringbone parquet floors, fireplaces, carved wood crown moldings, transom windows, and wainscoting throughout. The home boasts state-of-the-art modern living accommodations such as central air, wifi, stereo system, humidification system, water purifying filter, irrigation system, and much more. See floor plan and full details here.
Upper East Side townhouse

Lenox Hill condo All images of LOFT67 via Douglas Elliman
Lenox Hill condo
219 East 67th Street
From the Listing: Two meticulously renovated full-floor lofts in a white glove boutique building. Never before offered opportunity to combine two full-floor lofts, these immaculate apartments would offer 9,300 square feet, 10 bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms, two powder rooms, two outdoor terraces, and two private deeded parking spaces. Located in the former home of Christie's East Auction House, now the boutique LOFT67 condominium building, with amenities such as full-time doorman, direct elevator access to your own private parking spot, spacious storage rooms for each residence and concierge services. See floor plan and full details here.

Central Park West townhouse
Central Park West townhouse
Central Park West townhouse
From the Listing: One of only three remaining single-family homes on the Avenue, 248 Central Park West, a 20’ wide, Queen Anne mansion was built by developer, William Noble in 1887. This extraordinary 6-story single-family luxury residence’s grand scale is showcased by its nearly 10,000 interior square feet and high ceilings as well as abundant, private outdoor space: 25’ landscaped garden, landscaped roof deck overlooking Central Park and four Juliet balconies. Superb natural light floods each floor through oversized windows and two skylights. East-facing rooms showcase the beauty of Central Park with the top two floors clearing the treetops. An elevator services 6 floors and a sweeping staircase connects each level with a layout of 6 bedrooms (can accommodate up to 8), 7 full baths, 2 half baths, 5 fireplaces (some wood-burning) and two floors of formal entertaining space plus a fully renovated 1,875 square foot wellness center on the cellar floor with 60’ heated lap pool, jacuzzi, Finnish sauna and hydrotherapy steam/massage shower. This stunning townhome underwent ultra, high-end renovations over the past two years with design influenced by luxury custom appeal and by carefully selected eco-friendly, non-toxic materials. See floor plan and full details here.
Central Park West townhouse All images of 248 Central Park West via Corcoran
Central Park West townhouse

432 Park Avenue
432 Park Avenue
432 Park Avenue
From the Listing: Among the clouds, at one thousand feet, is the Floating Inner Garden. A one-of-a-kind Hiroshi Sugimoto-designed masterpiece. This serene full-floor residence offers 8,055 square feet (748 square meters) of living space, five bedrooms, five bathrooms, two powder rooms, unobstructed helicopter views in all directions, soaring ceilings, two private elevator landings, custom-built mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems, and a hand selection of the finest natural materials and finishes. Included in this offering are all custom-made furniture designed for The Floating Inner Garden by Hiroshi Sugimoto, site-specific permanent installation works of art by Hiroshi Sugimoto, two adjacent studio apartments, and two storage units. Designed by architect Rafael Viñoly, 432 Park Avenue rises 1,396 feet and has become a prominent feature of the skyline as well as one of the most coveted addresses in New York City. Residents of 432 Park Avenue enjoy 30,000 square feet of amenity space, including a lounge, private restaurant overseen by Michelin-starred chef Sean Hergatt, 75-foot indoor swimming pool, fitness center and spa with sauna, steam, and massage rooms, library, billiards room, screening / performance venue, conference room, childrens playroom and yoga studio. In-suite dining and room service, concierge, 24-hour doorman, onsite parking garage and valet services provided by the building's staff. Architect: New Material Research Laboratory/Hiroshi Sugimoto + Tomoyuki Sakakida Local Architect: YUN Architecture, principals Susan Yun & Felix Ade See floor plan and full details here.
432 Park Avenue All images of 432 Park Avenue via Engel & Volkers
432 Park Avenue views


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