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The Fourth of July has made this a quiet week for most of New York, but it's going to take more than a national holiday to silence the real estate industry. A home in a Park Slope landmark, a condo in a converted candy factory, and a co-op in an iconic Central Park building are among the most exciting new listings to come on the market in the past week.
1055 Park Avenue, Carnegie Hill
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Ultra-modern elegance meets historic luxury in this condominium duplex with a private roof terrace. Walls of glass present a full view of Park Avenue. Prewired for smart home technology, one can control the central heat and air, lights, music and shades with a simple touch of a control panel. Read more.
The Colonial Studios, Upper West Side
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Located in the storied enclave known at the West 67th Street Artists Colony Historic District, this co-op is a gorgeously renovated south-facing duplex. The dining room and great room are graced by a tasteful decorative fireplace and a floor plan that is open for entertaining. On the residential floor, the master suite features an ethanol fireplace, lounge area, and master Jacuzzi bathroom. Read more.
1 Lexington Avenue, Gramercy
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Encompassing two floors, this impressive co-op is a truly unique opportunity to live in one of the most coveted buildings on Gramercy Park. The main level of the apartment features a gracious foyer entry with a 32' gallery wall to showcase an art collection and leads to a massive living room punctuated by four oversized sunlit windows facing South towards the park adorned with a stunning Art Deco mantle and working wood-burning fireplace. Read more.
Hampshire House, Midtown West
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150-Central-Park-South-3 Roof terrace
Center-stage views of Central Park and breathtaking 360-degree views of Manhattan are visible through the floor-to-ceiling glass windows of this newly designed penthouse on Central Park. Perched atop the legendary Hampshire House, this extraordinary residence designed by SPAN Architecture spans three full floors and boasts 10' to 14' ceilings. Five private terraces boast panoramic exposures of the New York City skyline, Hudson and East River views, and completely unobstructed views of Central Park. Read more.
The Tracy Mansion, Park Slope
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Enter into this duplex home to find a great room with 12' ceilings, a massive 8' high marble wood burning fireplace, painstakingly restored wood paneling, and a sweeping staircase, featured in Boardwalk Empire, with 11' high stained glass window, which ascends up to the bedrooms. One of these is the stunning master suite with a large walk-in closet and gorgeously appointed master bath with original tiles and 6' soaking tub. Read more.
10 Madison Square West, Flatiron
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Across from Madison Square Park, two apartments can easily be combined into one home with uninterrupted flow, vistas in all directions, and a private terrace surrounding it. Richly appointed by world-renowned designer Alan Wanzenberg, the rooms embody absolute comfort through impeccable crafting. Read more.
The Hohenzollern, Carnegie Hill
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Completely renovated and designed by David Kleinberg, the happy possibilities for entertaining are apparent when one enters this graceful Park Avenue apartment. The formal living room has Central Park views, a charming terrace, a wood burning fireplace and multiple seating areas. With wraparound terraces, the room feels like a treehouse aerie floating above Central Park and the sparkling reservoir. Read more.
Lifesaver Lofts, Chelsea
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Perched atop this historically significant loft building, this spectacular penthouse duplex reveals itself gradually once the private, key-locked elevator door opens. The entry gallery hallway leads to reveal the sensational living room with its extraordinary double-height ceilings and walls of contemporary glass that flood the space with superb northern light all day long. An exceptionally landscaped terrace is appointed to perfection with trellised seating areas designed to create real outdoor living spaces. Read more.
41-43 Warren Street, Tribeca
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Upon entry to the stunning Beaux Arts edifice, one gets whisked up in a private elevator opening directly into the gracious entry foyer. The grandly scaled corner entertaining room boasts a wood burning fireplace and five arched windows that flood the home with ceaseless light and showcase gorgeous oblique views toward the Hudson River down one of Tribeca's most picturesque streets. The outdoor space is divided into four expansive terraces which include a perfectly manicured roof deck and a luxurious outdoor shower. Read more.
375 Lincoln Place, Prospect Heights
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This fantastic prewar corner duplex is ideally laid out and in excellent condition with a recently renovated kitchen and baths, new windows, refinished floors and central heating and cooling. The entry foyer leads to a dreamy open living/dining space with a beautiful exposed brick wall and 3 large windows framing the treetops on Lincoln Place. Upstairs, one will find a serene master suite with a skylit master bath, walk-in closet and space for a large home office. The private terrace is an urban gardener's dream. Read more.
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