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61 Jane Street, #17J. Listed Oct 13. Image: Compass 61 Jane Street, #17J. Listed Oct 13. Image: Compass

The Glittering City at Your Feet

Below are a few recently-listed opportunities to wake up to the city skyline every day.

61 Jane Street, #17J - $1,400,000

1 bed, 1 bath
Not only is this high-floor one-bedroom co-op apartment located on one of the city's favorite Village streets, it comes with knockout views of the Hudson River and downtown Manhattan. Unlike many a neighborhood space, this one also comes with ample closets and amenities including a 24-hour doorman, a laundry room, a bike room and a parking garage. In addition to the cityscape on view from within, a landscaped roof deck gives you panoramic city and water views.
Channel Club, 455 East 86th Street, #29A Channel Club, 455 East 86th Street, #29A. Listed Oct 16. Image: Compass

Channel Club, 455 East 86th Street, #29A - $1,749,000

2 beds, 2 baths
Sweeping city and river views provide the "wow" factor from every room of this two-bedroom Upper East Side condominium. Dining at the breakfast bar next to an outsized picture window while gazing at the boats on the East River isn't a bad way to start the day. The apartment features a dining alcove that can be converted to a small bedroom or office, and the kitchen has been updated recently. The full-service Channel Club offers a fitness center, pool, sauna, children's playroom and an outdoor garden–all near the newly-opened Second Avenue Subway.
CitySpire, 150 West 56th Street, #3210 CitySpire, 150 West 56th Street, #3210. Listed Oct 13. Image: Corcoran Group

CitySpire, 150 West 56th Street, #3210 - $1,585,000

1 bed, 1 bath
A block from Billionaires' Row, in the celebrated and aptly-named Cityspire condominium, this sun filled one bedroom home offers city and river views that don't quit. Amenities are top-notch as well, including 24-hour doorman/concierge service, a laundry room on each floor, valet/maid service, on-site dry cleaners, on-site parking, a fitness center with a pool, sauna/steam room and yoga/pilates studio, a residents' lounge, a conference room and a playroom.
The Saratoga, 330 East 75th Street, #38B The Saratoga, 330 East 75th Street, #38B. Listed Oct 19. Image: Level Group

The Saratoga, 330 East 75th Street, #38B - $1,875,000

2 beds, 2 baths
The views from the 38th floor can be pretty amazing, and panoramic cityscapes from three exposures are a prime example at this newly-renovated Upper East Side home. The master suite gets East River views, too. The full-service condominium building offers concierge service, a beautifully landscaped roof deck with more 360-degree views of Manhattan and beyond, a community garden just off the lobby, storage units and direct access to a connected parking garage.
Worldwide Plaza, 350 West 50th Street, #31E Worldwide Plaza, 350 West 50th Street, #31E. Listed Oct 23. Image: Corcoran Group

Worldwide Plaza, 350 West 50th Street, #31E - $1,600,000

2 beds, 2 baths
The West Side's Worldwide Plaza is known for its equally "worldwide" views of the city and the Hudson River, and this high floor corner unit is no exception. Unobstructed west and south exposures offer panoramic city and river views and perfect Manhattan sunsets. Herringbone wood floors and oversized windows frame an interior that features a well-appointed kitchen and abundant closet space. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman and concierge service, a fitness center with swimming pool, a bike room, private storage, a landscaped courtyard, a garden, a roof deck and an on-site parking garage.
Howard Schultz, Greenwich Lane Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz drops $40M on the Greenwich Lane???s most expensive penthouse. Property image: Corcoran Group

Inspiration: Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz drops $40M on the Greenwich Lane’s most expensive penthouse

It’s safe to say this $40 million penthouse is of the “venti” size, considering it’s the priciest unit in mega-development the Greenwich Lane and, at $7,159/square foot, one of the most expensive residential sales in Greenwich Village to date–though the buyer is reportedly Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, whose estimated $3 billion net worth makes the big price tag a drop in the bucket. The 5,587-square-foot duplex spans the 16th and 17th floors and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows with skyline views and more than 1,600 square feet of private outdoor space.
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Contributing Writer Michelle Cohen Michelle is a New York-based writer and content strategist who has worked extensively with lifestyle brands like Seventeen, Country Living, Harper's Bazaar and iVillage. In addition to being a copywriter for a digital media agency she writes about culture, New York City neighborhoods, real estate, style, design and technology among other topics. She has lived in a number of major US cities on both coasts and in between and loves all things relating to urbanism and culture.