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This penthouse at 50 Avenue A is just under $2 million, and it has a lot going for it for that price. To start, the two-bedroom layout is split among three floors, which includes a living room terrace, a solarium, and a roof deck overlooking the low-scale neighborhood. The interiors are the perfect mix of modern finishes and artsy touches, all with cool views of the historic Church of the Most Holy Redeemer around the corner.
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This duplex penthouse at 497 Greenwich Street has 3,560 square feet of interior space and a whopping 1,650 square feet of outdoor space. The latter is spread out over one long terrace, two small balconies, and a full roof deck with sweeping views of the Hudson River down to the World Trade Center and the Statue of Liberty. And thanks to a unique facade of double-height glass, these views can be enjoyed from inside, too. The three-bedroom home is on the market for $10 million.
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“Pretty” might not be the most exciting adjective, but it’s exactly what comes to mind when looking at this petite Upper East Side penthouse. Located at 151 East 83rd Street, the one-bedroom co-op is full of lovely pre-war details both inside and out on the 850-square-foot wraparound terrace. It’s on the market for $1,750,000. Read more
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The grand apartment that served as “the Green Goblin’s lair” in all three Spider-Man movies is back on the market for $1,999,000. In addition to the Hollywood cache, the triplex penthouse at 5 Tudor City Place has 18-foot ceilings, views of the Chrysler Building and One Vanderbilt, a wrapping cast-iron staircase, and a private roof terrace.
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The Spice Warehouse is a 15-unit condo at 481 Washington Street in Hudson Square. It was constructed in 1895 as a warehouse for the spice trade, and though those days are long gone, the lofty apartments certainly provide some “spicy” views. This 1,127-square-foot penthouse unit has incredible Hudson River and New Jersey skyline vantages from every room, as well as from the terrace and roof deck. It’s asking $3,950,000.
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The top-floor penthouse at 1,396-foot-tall tower 432 Park Avenue has been publicly listed for the first time ever, asking $169 million. It is the most expensive listing currently in New York City, and if it fetches the asking price, it would become the second-biggest sale in the city’s history and set a record with its $20,500 per square foot price tag. As 6sqft reported last month, the 96th-floor unit is currently owned by billionaire Saudi real estate developer Fawaz Alhokair, who bought the apartment for only $88 million in 2016. Listed with Ryan Serhant, founder and CEO of SERHANT., the unit spans 8,225 square feet and has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as 240 linear feet of glass windows. The home is being sold with all of its art and furniture, which includes pieces from Hermes, Fendi, and Bentley.
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199 Mott Street is a boutique condominium in Nolita, a neighborhood that is best known for its low-scale buildings and amazing dining and shopping options. The top-floor unit in the building is on the market for $8,250,000, and not only does it present a coveted penthouse opportunity in Nolita, but the three-bedroom home comes with a private, 1,500-square-foot roof deck with panoramic views stretching to the World Trade Center and Empire State Building.
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To appeal to more buyers, the owner of this South Street Seaport penthouse will accept digital currency as payment. The loft-style three-bedroom home at 130 Beekman Street is currently on the market for $3,295,000 or 88 bitcoin. The apartment is the first time a Compass listing in Manhattan is available for purchase with cryptocurrency, according to the agent marketing the property, Rachel Glazer.
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All of the units at this new condo building in Harlem face Central Park, but the available penthouse definitely boasts the best views. Located at 145 Central Park North, a full-service condo building developed by Grid Group Development with designs by GLUCK+, Penthouse B features four bedrooms, three baths, and a private rooftop terrace that overlooks the park and has a jacuzzi. The home is currently asking $4,750,000.
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The vision of award-winning design studio LOT-EK, this Midtown West penthouse is truly unique. The main living area was transformed from the building’s former mechanical room, and it’s topped off by a bedroom suite created from a 20-foot shipping container. The whole industrial-style interior features concrete walls and exposed steel pipes and beams, and it’s all surrounded by a lush wrap-around terrace overlooking the Empire State Building. Located at 31 West 31st Street, it’s on the market for the first time since it was built in 1996, and it’s asking $995,000.
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