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L to R: 42 Crosby, One West End, Madison Square Park Tower L to R: 42 Crosby, One West End, Madison Square Park Tower

Luxury buyers Still Love Glass Walls

Apartments at Annabelle Selldorf's 42 Crosby, sparkling in floor-to-ceiling glass, have been selling fast despite the fact that units at the buzzy building–known for its $1 million parking spaces in an automated underground garage–start at $8.25 million.
42 Crosby Street 42 Crosby Street - Apt# 5S. Sold: Oct 13, 2017

1. 42 Crosby Street, #5S - $10.5M

3 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
This 3,299-square-foot three-bedroom residence is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors in every room, allowing for a fluid transition from indoor to outdoor living. Selldorf Architects designed the building's interiors to complement the exterior facade, from custom stainless steel Boffi kitchens to ash wide-planked wood floors. There is a private entry foyer with direct elevator access, a customizable Savant System and an automated window shading system. Building perks include a 24-hour attended lobby, residential storage units, cold storage and, of course, that a state-of-the-art car elevator and parking garage.
One West End, 1 West End Avenue One West End, 1 West End Avenue - Apt# 22F One West End, 1 West End Avenue - Apt# 22F. Sold, Oct 11, 2017. Image: Corcoran

2. One West End, 1 West End Avenue, #22F - $9.6M

4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
This corner four-bedroom residence is among the family-sized homes at the shimmering new 246-unit condominium tower designed by the firm of Pelli Clarke Pelli. When sales launched in 2015, the building reportedly became the fastest selling condo development of that year. Amenities include a 12,000-square-foot rooftop garden terrace with cabanas and barbecue grills, a fitness center with studio space for yoga, a 75-foot pool, pilates and personal training studios, a children’s playroom, a high-tech lounge, a living room with a fireplace and a chef’s kitchen and dining room.
 Madison Square Park Tower, 45 East 22nd Street Madison Square Park Tower, 45 East 22nd Street - Apt# 50B Madison Square Park Tower, 45 East 22nd Street - Apt# 50B. Sold, Oct 13, 2017

3. Madison Square Park Tower, 45 East 22nd Street, #50B - $8.4M

2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
This two-bedroom duplex is blessed with breathtaking triple exposure views, double-height ceilings and an artfully-designed kitchen with marble countertops and backsplashes and Sub-Zero and Miele appliances. Five floors of amenities offer a fitness center with boxing and private training suites, a golf simulator, basketball court, children's playroom, library, terrace with outdoor grill and two gracious entertaining spaces including a 54th-floor lounge.


4. 252 East 57th Street - Apt# 54C - Sold Oct 09, 2017 for $8,149,000
5. The American Express Carriage House, 60 Collister Street - Apt# 5B - Sold Oct 03, 2017 for $7,850,000
6. 50 West, 50 West Street - Apt# 43C - Sold Jun 02, 2017 for $7,290,670
7. 105 East 29th Street - Apt# 12-PH - Sold Oct 12, 2017 for $6,790,000
8. 737 Park Avenue - Apt# 20C - Sold Sep 18, 2017 for $6,720,000
9. One West End, 1 West End Avenue - Apt# 24A - Sold Oct 11, 2017 for $5,809,489
10. 200 E 62, 200 East 62nd Street - Apt# 27E - Sold Oct 06, 2017 for $5,000,000
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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.