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140 Franklin Street via Sotheby's 140 Franklin Street via Sotheby's
For the month of November, more than 1,100 apartments were listed Manhattan for a median price of $2.25 million for condos and $899,000 for co-ops. The most expensive apartment listed was a triplex penthouse at the top of Madison Square Park Tower, the tallest building on the island between Hudson Yards and Canal Street. The 13,060-square-foot home has a sticker price of $77.7 million, which would shatter the downtown apartment record if sold close to ask. We perused through other standout listings from the past month and compiled some of our decor-filled favorites below.

101-Warren-Street-1 All images of 101 Warren Street via Douglas Elliman
101-Warren-Street-2 Dining room
101-Warren-Street-3 Exterior
101-Warren-Street-4 Private terrace
Meticulously designed by AD100 designer Richard Mishaan, this duplex penthouse perfectly captures Tribeca's trendy, upscale vibe. Features include floor-to-ceiling windows, natural wood floors, soaring ceilings, grand staircases, and dramatic lighting. The second-floor master suite boasts two large walk-in closets and a show-stopping, spa-like bath. See floor plan and full details here.

11-West-10th-Street-1 All images of 11 West 10th Street via Brown Harris Stevens
11-West-10th-Street-2 Living room
11-West-10th-Street-3 Dining area
11-West-10th-Street-4 Kitchen
Magnificently renovated mansion is located just off Fifth Avenue on the Gold Coast of Greenwich Village. Features of this spacious home include ceiling heights reaching 21 feet, wood-burning fireplace, in-home movie theater and gym, magnificent library, luxurious full-floor master suite, and roof with enclosed greenhouse. The eat-in chef's kitchen has top-of-the-line appliances, a beautiful breakfast room, and access to the townhouse's private garden. See floor plan and full details here.

164-East-81st-Street-1 All images of 164 East 81st Street via Warburg
While this Carnegie Hill townhouse dates back to 1890, it has been updated with central air conditioning and other modern amenities and luxuries. Glass-paned double doors lead to a beautiful private garden. On the third floor, the south-facing master bedroom has 10' ceilings, its own dressing room, excellent closet space, and French doors leading to a Juliet balcony overlooking the garden. See floor plan and full details here.

15-Union-Square-West-1 All images of 15 Union Square West via Corcoran
15-Union-Square-West-2 Living room
15-Union-Square-West-3 Master bedroom
15-Union-Square-West-4 Kitchen
Premium condo in the former home of Tiffany & Co. headquarters is a true Union Square gem. Features include original cast iron arches, grand arched windows, hardwood floors, custom open kitchen, and unbeatable park views in every room. The one-of-a-kind master suite boasts amazing proportions, an enormous closet, and a luxe bath with a claw foot tub. See full details here.

505-West-19th-Street-1 All images of 505 West 19th Street via Compass
505-West-19th-Street-2 Dining area
When these two West Chelsea homes combine, they will form a fantastic apartment with soaring ceilings, floor-to-ceiling casement windows, south and west exposures, and top-of-the-line finishes. Building amenities include a gym, bike room, and private art collection. The High Line, Chelsea Market, the Whitney, and Hudson River Park are a short walk away. See floor plan and full details here.

140-Franklin-Street-1 All images of 140 Franklin Street via Sotheby's
140-Franklin-Street-2 Dining area
140-Franklin-Street-3 Kitchen
140-Franklin-Street-4 Den
Located in one of Tribeca's architectural masterpieces, this dramatic loft features soaring 14' ceilings, 10' windows, circa 1187 architectural columns, and a wood-burning fireplace. The open chef's kitchen boasts a butler's pantry, built-in banquette, wet bar, and state-of-the-art appliances. The ultra-private, ultra-luxe master suite has two dressing rooms and a bath with soaking tub and walk-in shower. See floor plan and full details here.

65-West-13th-Street-1 All images of The Greenwich via Corcoran
65-West-13th-Street-2 Gallery
65-West-13th-Street-3 Living room
Dramatic Greenwich Village loft has been masterfully designed by Steven Gambrel. A black-and-white marble foyer makes a glamorous introduction and leads to a Great Room with classic crown molding, oversized windows, and pocket doors leading to a state-of-the-art kitchen. The den features dentil trim, a wet bar, wine room, and powder room. See floor plan and full details here.

163 East 64th Street All images of 163 East 64th Street via Sotheby's
163-East-64th-Street-1 Dining room
163-East-64th-Street-2 Library
163-East-64th-Street-3 Master bedroom
Originally constructed in 1872, this Upper East Side townhouse boasts several private terraces (including one on the roof), a home gym, state-of-the-art security and sound systems, central air conditioning, and snow-melting sidewalk. Interior features include a marble foyer, a formal staircase, an original English pine library, and a formal dining room with crown moldings. Two master suites have fireplaces, incredible closet suites, and marble baths. See floor plan and full details here.

280 Washington Avenue 280 Washington Avenue, TH via Brown Harris Stevens
All images of 280 Washington Avenue via Brown Harris Stevens
280-Washington-Avenue-3 Master bath
280-Washington-Avenue-4 Garden
When this historic Clinton Hill mansion was restored in 2007, no detail was overlooked. Modern amenities include updated electricity and plumbing, central air conditioning, and state-of-the-art kitchen with radiant heat and custom cabinetry. However, it is still rich in prewar details like wooden floors with inlaid borders, custom and pedigreed vintage lighting, wood-burning fireplaces, stained glass windows, high ceilings, and restored plaster moldings and woodwork. See floor plan and full details here.

10-East-14th-Street-1 All images of Union Square Lofts and Flats via Nest Seekers
10-East-14th-Street-2 Dining area
10-East-14th-Street-3 Den
10-East-14th-Street-4 Private rooftop terrace
Located in the heart of Union Square, this penthouse features exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, amazing natural light, and ceiling speakers in every room. The living and dining spaces boast a wall of windows, walnut-framed bookshelves, and a gas-burning fireplace with custom mantle. The crowning glory is an all-glass rooftop conservatory and double garden with gas grill, fire pit, pergolas, and enviable Union Square Park views. See floor plan and full details here.
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