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1 Rutherford Place via The Corcoran Group 1 Rutherford Place via The Corcoran Group
When perusing real estate listings these days, New York apartment-hunters have more likely than not stumbled upon the term “casement windows” to describe a unit’s fenestration. This has proven especially popular in buildings that have been newly constructed or recently converted in formerly industrial districts. As the window can make or break the New York living experience, we examine the pros, cons, and buildings featuring this type of window.

Also known as “crank windows,” casement windows attach to the side of the frame and swing outward. The look lends an air of authenticity to shiny new construction, and opening them allows for excellent air flow and ventilation. This can reduce reliance on a home’s HVAC system, which makes these windows environmentally friendly as well as aesthetically pleasing.

However, there are some aspects of casement windows that homebuyers would be well advised to keep in mind. These windows don’t always come with screens, and those that do are especially vulnerable to tearing. This type of window is also vulnerable to breakage in windstorms, which may become more of a problem as the realities and effects of climate change get past ignoring. These windows usually open inward, which can take up more space than some would like. Finally, those who are not lucky enough to have central air conditioning will have to buy a special unit to go in these windows.

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Expansive studio has been beautifully renovated, yet maintains classic pre-war details such as large casement windows, beamed ceilings, lavish moldings and oak flooring. The windowed kitchen has been updated with a gorgeous wall of subway tile, custom cabinets, Carrera marble counters including an island, and high-end appliances. A separate dressing area leading to the bathroom provides an opportunity to build out the custom walk-in closet of your dreams. See floor plan and full details here.

45 Tudor City Place
Design by Fred F. French

22 stories | 403 units
23 studio to one-beds from $275K - $665K

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Every inch of this corner unit was recently gut renovated with the result that it now offers through wall AC units, and the steel casement windows have been meticulously restored. Interiors feature a sizable living area, gracious kitchen, and a king-sized bedroom. Utilities are included in the monthly maintenance, and owners have access to a neighboring gym. See floor plan and full details here.

Design by ARC Architecture + Design
4 stories | 4 units
1 two-bed for $695K

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Top-floor apartment is filled with incredible light thanks to double exposures and oversized casement-style windows. The well-designed L-shaped kitchen is outfitted with quartz countertops, all-white cabinetry, high-end stainless steel appliances, and stainless steel subway tiled backsplash. The master bath has a stand-up shower, and there is a soaking tub in the secondary bath. A 15-year tax abatement is in effect. See floor plan and full details here.

5 Tudor City Place
Design by Fred F. French

25 stories | 799 units
14 studio to two-beds from $299K - $1.9M

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Meticulously renovated while preserving its fine pre-war details, this home features original hardwood floors, high beamed ceilings, brand new casement windows, and through the wall air conditioning. Perfect for entertaining, the spacious living room features a beautiful open eat-in kitchen with all stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops and custom cabinetry. A 100-square foot private terrace looks out on spectacular views of the U.N., the Chrysler Building, and the East River. See floor plan and full details here.

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With triple exposures, this bright home is the perfect sanctuary. No expense was spared in the recent renovation that included new built-in bookshelves, storage cabinets, closets, moldings, and paneling; new through-wall A/C; strip hardwood floors refinished to pristine condition; and a working fireplace adapted to the ingenious ventless, clean fuel HearthCabinet system. This showpiece property is further enhanced by completely updated electrical (with connections for fast-speed FIOS internet), stunning casement windows, sophisticated pendant and sconce lighting, and a large private storage locker in the building's basement. See floor plan and full deatils here.

333 East 43rd Street
Design by Fred F. French

10 stories | 217 units
5 studio to two-beds from $245K - $799K

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This spacious, sunny apartment in a full-service cooperative features a fully renovated, large, windowed kitchen, great light and park views from the master bedroom. Several casement windows fill-up the apartment with amazing natural light, and all window sills are finished in stone. The open, spacious kitchen features loads of cabinets, granite counters and high-end stainless steel appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

118-Eighth-Avenue-01 All images of 118 Eighth Avenue via The Corcoran Group
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Upon arriving at this sophisticated apartment, one is greeted with a spacious entry foyer which leads to an expansive living room with high beamed ceilings, gorgeous original oak floors, and oversized casement windows. The outsized sun-drenched master bedroom effortlessly fits a king-size bed and has an abundance of storage space, including a large closet. The windowed kitchen has tons of storage and exceptional potential with easy upgrades. See floor plan and full details here.

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This elegant corner unit has classic pre-war details such as casement windows, beamed ceilings, and oak flooring. It has a beautifully renovated windowed kitchen, with stainless steel appliances including a Bosch dishwasher; a windowed marbled bath, and a separate entry foyer which can easily serve as a home office. Amenities and staff include a doorman, concierge, updated laundry room, bike room, and fully furnished and planted roof deck. See floor plan and full details here.

543 West 122nd Street
Design by INC Architecture & Design

33 stories | 178 units
22 studio to four-beds from $950K - $5.65M

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Expansive Upper West Side apartment boasts oversized, high-performance casement windows, tall ceilings, European white oak floors, and a thoughtful layout that separates the living area from the bedrooms. The unit enjoys a grand foyer with adjoining hall that leads to the gracious living and dining area with a large open kitchen with an island. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with dramatic shower/tub wet room and double vanity. See floor plan and full details here.

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Well-proportioned, south-facing one-bedroom apartment was restored by and interior designer to its prewar original splendor. The steel casement windows were restored by artisans who restored Frank Lloyd Wright's Falling Water, and there are original moldings, beamed ceilings, and picture rails throughout the apartment. The windowed kitchen and bath face north and have been gut renovated. See floor plan and full details here.

100 Barclay Street
Design by Ralph Walker

32 stories | 158 units
15 one- to four-beds from $1.9M - $7M

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Enter this corner condo through the beautiful foyer into to the expansive great room with oversized double-hung windows, white oak flooring and over 12' ceilings (a unique height that was only available for a handful of units in the building). The open Stevali kitchen features oak cabinetry from Italy, marble countertops and is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances. The master bedroom suite features three closets including two huge walk-ins, a linen closet, and a lavish en-suite bath. See floor plan and full details here.

514 West 24th Street
Design by Roman & Williams

10 stories | 14 units
3 two- to four-beds from $5M - $21M

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Home 6E at The Fitzroy is a thoughtfully designed two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, 2,277-square-foot home. A private elevator landing leads to a sun-soaked living room with 11' ceilings, custom millwork, and oversized wood casement, double pane windows. A spacious dining room sits adjacent to the custom hand-crafted kitchen designed by Roman and Williams. See floor plan and full details here.

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The entrance foyer of this corner condo leads you past abundant storage to an open windowed kitchen where you will enjoy Statue of Liberty and Hudson River Views along with your 29-foot-long entertaining space. Oversized casement windows allow for abundant light to stream across wide-plank European white oak floors. In the kitchen, Miele appliances nestle into custom walnut integration, with metal lacquer and fluted mirror casework upper cabinetry crafted by Molteni&C. See floor plan and full details here.

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This sprawling full-floor residence offers prime, protected views over City Hall Park sweeping from river to river and showcasing architectural marvels in every direction. With four bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths along with a 480-square-foot terrace and a stunning living and dining room encased on three sides in expanses of glass, this residence offers stunning detail at every turn. Fine finishes include wide plank Italian oak flooring, 9” decorative mouldings, oversized casement windows, and a Juliet balcony in the master bedroom. See floor plan and full details here.

116 Pinehurst Avenue
Design by George Pelham

6 stories | 350 units
11 one- to five-beds from $540K - $1.7M

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Ensconced in an enclave surrounded by gardens, parks, and playgrounds this two-bedroom apartment can easily be converted to a three-bedroom and has a low monthly maintenance that includes all utilities. Upon entering the apartment just off the lobby, you'll notice its spacious living area, one of the largest in all the lines, with a sizeable area for a home office and beautiful oversized, industrial windows overlooking well-cared-for greenery. The lovely windowed dining area, also among the largest in size, is off an open, windowed kitchen. See floor plan and full details here.

465 West 23rd Street
Design by Farrar & Watmaugh

18 stories | 178 units
4 studio to four-beds from $525K - $4.25M

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Unveiled to the public for the first time since its reimagining in 2018, this expertly designed home is the highest exemplification of the coalescence of landmarked history and digital age convenience. Inspired by Rosario Candela and actualized by Mark Janson of Janson Goldstein, 12C stands peerless as a constant homage to aesthetic masterpieces, while maintaining its own sense of self. The kitchen includes a triple-mint appliance package, custom millwork, a gorgeous custom designed island, and marble counters / backsplash. See floor plan and full details here.

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As you enter this well-appointed home there is a grand entrance up to the first floor of your new home. There is an open designed kitchen / living room with a wall of casement windows facing for beautiful sun-light. An exposed white brick wall adds a modern accent to the living space. The corner kitchen has a center butcher block utilizing the space efficiently with lots of cabinet storage and intergrated high-end appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

224-East-17th-Street-01 1 Rutherford Place via CityRealty
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This stunning corner unit home features over-sized casement windows, northern and western exposures and an abundance of natural light throughout. The ornate casement windows fill the room with sun light all day long. The abundant living space features beautifully crafted built ins and high ceilings. The crisp and clean windowed kitchen features all new appliances and has been designed with a rolling kitchen bar to fit all entertainment needs. See floor plan and full details here.

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Sun-drenched loft in the heart of the Village boasts 14' ceilings in the main living area with 10-foot-tall west-facing windows, offering some of the most gorgeous sunsets you will ever see. A newly renovated bathroom is on your left when you first enter and a hallway with coat closets leads you to the renovated kitchen with massive island, ideal for entertaining. Up the steps, a sleeping loft includes an elevated queen bed platform and a large closet for additional storage. See floor plan and full details here.

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