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This clean, bright, and utterly charming prewar one-bedroom home is located in the landmarked 1893 Amos Street Condominium at 225 West 10th Street in the heart of Greenwich Village. Located at the back of the building’s main floor, above street level, the apartment, asking $1,085,000, features high ceilings, crown moldings, and hardwood floors throughout–and a lovely private patio garden, perfect for informal gatherings any day of the week.
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Perched 24 floors above New York City, this three-bedroom penthouse condo on the border of Chelsea and Nomad features a living room wrapped in floor-to-ceiling glass. Just beyond, a wraparound terrace offers an al fresco eyeful of the Empire State Building and the Hudson River. Asking $6,995,000, this sleek 2,190-square-foot home in the Noma at 50 West 30th Street has 10-foot ceilings, a keyed elevator entrance, fine finishes, and impressive amenities.
More penthouse, this way
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Options are many in this 3,225-square-foot condo on Manhattan’s Museum Mile between East Harlem and Carnegie Hill; the combination of two apartments resulted in a collection of rooms that work as bedrooms (as many as six), playrooms or entertaining spaces, depending on your needs. What you can’t change: a coveted spot on Central Park and amazing panoramic views of the park and Conservatory Gardens. Asking $6,750,000, this sun-filled home can be found in the Emery Roth-designed 1920s building at 1200 Fifth Avenue known as The Park View. Not ready for a commitment? You can rent the pretty pre-war home for $25,000/month.
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“The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah has just put his Hell’s Kitchen penthouse on the market for $12,950,000, the Wall Street Journal reports. In 2017, 6sqft covered the TV star’s purchase of the west side penthouse atop the dazzling Art Deco Stella Tower at 425 West 50th Street for $10 million. In addition to iconic Manhattan views, the three-bedroom duplex condo offers a 1,000-square-foot terrace with a heated plunge pool (speakers included). The comedian put his apartment on the market just a few weeks after announcing his departure from the Comedy Central show after seven years.
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Listed for $11,500,000, this pristine 4,000-square-foot full-floor loft in a prewar condominium at 521 West 23rd Street is a joyous eyeful for lovers of iconic, sleek, contemporary design. Along the High Line and the in heart of West Chelsea’s arts district, the home’s Gabellini Sheppard-designed interiors have been featured in design magazines. When starting with a white box loft, the owner’s vision was to create a perfect showcase for the finest in modern furniture and art. In this case, the furniture–much of it created by well-known designers–is included in the sale.
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This dramatic corner loft condo at 39 Crosby Street in north Soho is colorful and creative in both the use of space and design, yet it retains classic details like 13-foot tin ceilings and iconic Soho views. Comprised of a main floor and a loft mezzanine, the 2,500-square-foot space, asking $5.5 million, boasts two bedrooms, a home office, and two-and-a-half baths.
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This move-in-ready Cobble Hill condominium at 173 Amity Street, asking $2,995,000, offers the rare perks of private outdoor space, skyline views, and flexibility (if you’re willing to do a bit of work). On the top floor of a historic limestone townhouse on a picturesque Brooklyn block, this 1,510-square-foot light-filled home offers three exposures, a 500-square-foot roof terrace, and central AC. Currently configured with two bedrooms and two bathrooms plus a home office and dining room, the unit could easily gain a third bedroom if needed.
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Located on the most coveted stretch of the Upper East Side, just across from the Central Park Zoo, this sprawling 10-room pad at 838 Fifth Avenue offers the kind of Manhattan luxury that $27 million can buy. The mansion-sized condominium spans 5,427 square feet including a 45-foot corner expanse, with Central Park and skyline views in every direction. The home’s opulent interiors are more Versailles than Vogue, heavy on the upholstery and French Provincial style beneath coffered ceilings and ornate moldings. But we’re guessing the next buyer of this eight-figure refuge will be able to afford the renovation of their dreams–and Manhattan skyline views never go out of style.
Opulence on the Avenue, this way
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Known for some of the most impressive (and expensive) apartments in New York City, the historic Apthorp condominium building at 390 West End Avenue in the heart of the Upper West Side was built for William Waldorf Astor in 1908. Located just minutes from Central Park, the unique building surrounds an interior courtyard. Asking $6,499,999, this five-bedroom residence is one of the building’s largest; distinguished by decorator-enhanced interiors accented with subtle painterly hues, the 4,200-square-foot home possesses the size and grandeur of a townhouse with condo convenience and amenities.
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Just a few blocks from the Greenpoint waterfront–one of New York City’s fastest-growing residential development areas–this two-level, one-bedroom condo at 182 Huron Street, asking $930,000, sits at a crossroads of old and new. South-facing light floods the home from wall-height windows, and 14-foot ceilings give the space a loft vibe. A sunny balcony overlooks the courtyards below.
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