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The Dakota, 1 West 72nd Street, #32, $12,500,000 (Stribliing) The Dakota, 1 West 72nd Street, #32, $12,500,000 (Stribliing)
Of the thousands of condo and co-op listings CityRealty receives every week, a handful stand out for their size, location, views, amenities, price, or famous connections. We present the available apartments that have garnered the most page views in the last week.
1. 527 East 12th Street, East Village
527 East 12th Street interior 527 East 12th Street (Compass)
Two units have been combined into one amazing apartment with extra-large living/dining area, oversized windows, washer/dryer hookup, and generous closet space. A windowed kitchen has stainless steel appliances and generous storage space. The building is located on a tree-lined street across the way from a garden. HFDC income limits apply.
2. Trump Tower, 721 Fifth Avenue, Midtown East
721 Fifth Avenue interiors Trump Tower (Berkshire Hathaway Home Services New York Properties)
Two-bedroom apartment on a high floor has sweeping Central Park views and east and west exposures to be admired. Features include custom materials, excellent closet space, and audio system throughout the home. If desired, custom furniture can be included in the price.
3. 432 Park Avenue, Midtown East
432 Park Avenue interiors 432 Park Avenue (Douglas Elliman)
This spectacular, full-floor penthouse near the top of New York’s highest residential tower provides panoramic city and Central Park views from all exposures. Windowed, eat-in chef’s kitchen has a wine cooler, pantry, center island, marble floors and countertops, and stainless steel Miele appliances. Lavish corner master suite has sitting room, dressing rooms, and two spa-quality baths. Each additional bedroom has en-suite bath. Additional features include soaring ceilings, two powder rooms, and wood-burning fireplace in library.
4. Atelier, 635 West 42nd Street, Midtown West
635 West 42nd Street interiors The Atelier via River 2 River Realty
Full-floor apartment on a high floor of a luxury building features breathtaking city and river views from floor-to-ceiling windows, kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, in-unit washer/dryer, and walk-in closets. Sale includes $2 million construction credit, $1 million yacht with docking fees for five years, two Rolls Royce Phantoms, Hamptons mansion rental for a summer, and weekly dinner for two at Daniel for a year, to name just a few uberluxury perks.
5. The Dakota, 1 West 72nd Street, Upper West Side
1 West 72nd Street interiors The Dakota via Stribling
For the first time in over 50 years, a grand apartment at the iconic, celebrity-favored Dakota is on the market. While the living room and dining room look onto the building’s beautiful interior courtyard, the library and all the bedrooms enjoy direct Central Park views through expansive windows. With its high ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, impeccable master suite, and white-glove service, you’ll want to stay for 50+ years, too.
157 West 57th Street interiors One57 via Sotheby's
721 Fifth Avenue interiors 721 Fifth Avenue via Keller Williams NYC
115 East 9th Street 115 East 9th Street via Warburg Realty
155 West 66th Street interiors The Phillips Club via Kahner Real Estate
66 West 84th Street interiors 66 West 84th Street via Time Equities
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