Living in Manhattan puts you in the center of New York City’s vibrant, ever-beating heart; with access to globally-renowned museums, Broadway entertainment, world-class dining, and sought-after retail experiences, there is arguably no better way to experience living in the “Big Apple” than by looking down at from a condo. From the Upper East Side to the Bowery, let’s take a look at five incredible New York City condos.
Linda M. Maloney, Sotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage
This exceptionally rare home on Park Avenue home was recently renovated and re-designed by acclaimed decorator David Kleinberg, resulting in a truly one-of-a-kind space. The full floor apartment was converted from 11 rooms into 8, and is situated on a high floor with breathtaking unobstructed views in all directions.
Filled with abundant light, this prewar condo features a grand scale living room, a large gallery, and a formal dining room with 10-foot ceilings throughout the space. The home has four well-appointed bedrooms, each with its own expertly designed en-suite bathroom. The master suite includes an oversized bathroom with a steam shower, a Jacuzzi tub, and a luxurious dressing room.
Mara Flash Blum & Kaptan Unugur, Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage
This Union Square condo is comprised of two apartments. The park view, three-bedroom home boasts soaring 16’ ceilings, original arched Tiffany windows, deconstructed columns, art opportunity walls and a floor plan perfect for entertaining. From the greens of summer to the crystal snows of winter, the park-facing views showcase the wonder of New York City’s seasons. The second apartment offers one bedroom, an interior guest room, full kitchen, washer/dryer, and sumptuous bath. The view is north onto West 15th Street.
Located at the crossroads of Greenwich Village and the Flatiron District, both apartments enjoy access to LIV concierge services, 24 hour doorman, spa services, massage room, sauna, swimming pool, hot tub, fitness room, boxing room, yoga studio, game room and more. Steep in history, this former Tiffany headquarters has been reimagined as boutique residences blending past with present creating a significant timeless architectural masterpiece.
Sybille Novack, Sotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage
Spanning 2,600 square-feet over seven rooms, this contemporary residence is one block from Central Park and The Metropolitan Museum. The loft-like living room, formal dining room, impeccable kitchen with Subzero and Miele appliances, embody townhouse-style living while also offering access to white glove full-service concierge, doorman, and live-in super.
The home additionally includes three bedrooms with three baths, plus a powder room – included too is a mezzanine study with dramatic views and a private exercise space. There is an abundance of storage with eleven closets and a 375 square-foot planted and irrigated terrace with peaceful townhouse garden views.
Leslie S. Modell, Sotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage
Designed by world-renowned architect Peter Marino, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo resides in a striking 20-story tower in Yorkville on the Upper East Side. Enjoy serene East River views and vistas capturing the vibrancy of NYC from every room.
Triple exposure to the east, south, and west bathe the home with natural light offer awe-inspiring panoramas, sunrises, and sunsets. Entertaining is seamless and dramatic in the open-concept living and dining rooms, accentuated by rich patterned oak parquet floors, 10-foot walls of windows showcasing river views, and glass doors leading out to their respective terraces.
Yvonne DeNigris & Ellen Kapit, Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage
Just off the Williamsburg Bridge between NoLita and the Lower East Side, this boutique condois behind a private key locked elevator that opens into a beautiful, light-filled two-Bedroom, two-and-one-half bath condo loft with oversized windows, Corian windowsills, and more than 10-foot-high ceilings, and white oak plank floors throughout.
A long hallway leads to two corner bedrooms, both with fabulous light and views. The spacious master bedroom features a private balcony and an ensuite windowed bath with a deep soaking tub and a glass enclosed shower.
This is only a taste of what Manhattan has to offer – explore more luxury condos in New York City.
Posted on June 18, 2019