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Professional basketball player Carmelo Anthony is taking another shot at selling his full-floor condo in Chelsea. After it was first listed in 2020 for $12,850,000, the sprawling High Line-adjacent five-bedroom at 508 West 24th Street is back on the market for $12,500,000 following a complete redesign. The apartment, which Anthony bought with his ex-wife La La for $11,000,000 million in 2015, features private outdoor space, a flexible layout, and designer finishes.
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Located less than a block from Central Park, this Upper West Side home is a rare co-op that’s anything but traditional, though it has the gracious proportions of the neighborhood’s finest homes. Now asking $3,650,000, the top-floor unit at 33 West 93rd Street has walls and ceilings of glass, giving it the feel of an artist’s studio, complete with inspirational light. The three-bedroom apartment also features a home office/den and a private balcony.
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Fourteen years after making its Chinatown debut, popular speakeasy-style cocktail bar Apotheke has opened a second New York City location. Located on West 26th Street in Nomad, the bar will serve its signature medicinal-themed beverages alongside its first-ever food menu, made up of small and shareable plates. Apotheke Nomad offers two separate spaces, a dimly-lit basement speakeasy and a rooftop terrace that will open later this summer.
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According to a June market report, the average rental tab in Manhattan has surpassed $5,000 for the first time in the city’s history, the New York Post reports. The recent numbers, compiled by Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel, show that the average Manhattan rent was $5,058 per month in June, a 1.7 percent uptick from the $4,975 May average–and a head-spinning 29 percent year-over-year spike from the $3,922 June 2021 average.
Brooklyn, Queens rents are up, too
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They don’t make rooms this size anymore. This sprawling co-op in the iconic Beresford at 211 Central Park West boasts the pre-war proportions that make even the humble staff rooms (yes, plural) bigger than the average Manhattan bedroom. This 10-room corner apartment, asking $14,200,000, gets the kind of views and light you’d expect from the prime parkside spot. A vast gallery, staff rooms, and gracious spaces at every turn mean the home’s five bedrooms could become more–or opened up to accommodate a grand ballroom.
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A penthouse on New York City’s Billionaires’ Row has sold for $74.34 million, the highest closed sale of 2022 so far. Taking up the entirety of the 20th floor of the Aman New York, a new hotel and residential project at the iconic Crown Building on Fifth Avenue, the home measures over 6,700 square feet and features a private saltwater swimming pool, cabana, and two terraces. The apartment–dubbed the “Jala Penthouse”–was originally listed for $83.53 million.
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Amy Schumer is in contract to buy the Brooklyn Heights townhouse featured in the 1987 movie Moonstruck. As first reported by the New York Post, the actress-comedian has toured multiple homes in the historic neighborhood and put an offer on the corner property at 19 Cranberry Street, which was most recently listed for $11,000,000 after first hitting the market last summer for $12,850,000.
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Forget the annual fall trip upstate to go apple picking. At One Prospect Park West, a new condominium in Park Slope, residents have access to a pick-your-own apple orchard on the rooftop. Designed by ODA, the rooftop measures nearly 7,500 square feet, boasts panoramic views, and is considered the largest private roof terrace of any condo development in the borough. New images were released this week of the rooftop, which represents the first landscape-only project from ODA.
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Built in 1929 by Bing & Bing and designed by prolific architect Emery Roth, this bright one-bedroom co-op at 225 East 73rd Street is as classic as it gets. Part of the Eastgate complex, this Upper East Side home has plenty of pre-war charm in the form of beamed ceilings, original hardwood floors, and gracious proportions, with the cozy surprise of a wood-burning fireplace. It’s now available for $725,000.
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This top-floor co-op’s current floor plan can be re-imagined almost as easily as its interiors, giving the two-bedroom home an additional bedroom; the dazzling city views, all-day sunlight and perfect sunsets expected of penthouse living are already here. Asking $1,695,000, the Prospect Heights co-op at 34 Plaza Street East –overlooking Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park–also has a private terrace for beholding those panoramic views.
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