As people seeking apartments in NYC quickly discover, Manhattan's small size disguises dozens of neighborhoods and micro-neighborhoods, each with their own benefits, communities, and local flavor. The apartments from 50th Street to 59th Street in Manhattan encompass New York City landmarks like Radio City Music Hall, Tiffany & Co., Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, Carnegie Hall, The Museum of Modern Art, and The Seagram Building. The apartment buildings on 50th - 59th Streets encompass the full range of all New York City has to offer – from new construction condos to pre-war co-ops – in a unique part of midtown Manhattan.
10 West End avenue offers both the luxury interior of a Manhattan condo and the scenic exterior views of the Upper West Side. This luxury condominium comes with state-of-the-art appliances and elegant furnishings. 10 West End Avenue also boasts a private 50-foot pool as well as a private personal fitness center.
232 East 50th Street, Turtle Bay
232 East 50th Street is a remarkably located pre-war townhouse with a backyard and the United Nations headquarters, subway lines, and the Queensboro bridge and Midtown Tunnel at easy access from it. A private terrace and delightful views make this Turtle Bay apartment for sale a comfortable and pleasant place to live.
A 65-story high-rise in Manhattan’s Midtown East, 252 East 57th Street will feature unique architectural style. The residences at 252 East 57th Street will feature the best views of Midtown. Beyond the residential nature, the building will contain two Manhattan schools as well as a Whole Foods Market.
330 East 57th Street located in Sutton Place, is a lustrous 17-story condominium made up of individual floor apartments that promise privacy and security to residents. With private keyed elevator entry for access to apartments, this building embodies modernism with floor–to-ceiling windows, maple flooring, and remarkable finishes in both the kitchen and bathroom.
Offering recessed cove lighting, a unique exterior from fritted glass and anodized metal, and charcoal-stained maple flooring, Midtown East’s 441 East 57th Street has “unusual” as its middle name. Touchless elevator service, biometric thumbprint readers, and a cyberDoorman epitomize the condo as a cutting-edge oeuvre of real estate.
Element Condominium promises a premier living experience in Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The 35-floor post-war mid-rise offers an abundance of amenities including a 60-foot glass-walled pool and Jacuzzi, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows displaying breathtaking views of the Hudson River and Manhattan’s skyline.
Griffin Court is a new luxury condominium located in Clinton, a neighborhood that has remade itself into one of Manhattan’s most lively communities. Each condo is generously spaced with top-of-the-line fixtures and finishes. The amenities include a 24-hour doorman and a 1,000-square-foot private terrace.
Hudson Hill Condominium boasts luxury living within the Columbus Circle neighborhood, one of the most sought after areas in New York City. The building design offers an array of options to best suit its residents: one, two, three bedroom units, penthouses, choice of an office, private terrace or balcony.
Mandarin Oriental, located on Manhattan’s coveted Upper West Side, provides residents with quality finishes and fixtures that decorate each unit comfortably. Integrated into the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, the condominium ensures that residents can enjoy a permanent hotel-like service.
The Museum Tower is an elite newly constructed condo located in the center of Midtown. The 52-story condominium features high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a scenic view of the gardens of the Museum of Modern Art and Central Park. Some of the amenities include a 24-hour concierge and spa facilities.
Midtown’s Olympic Tower boasts luxury at its finest. This high-rise exhibits architectural genius with expansive views, a state-of-the-art gym, and a reputed concierge service catering to all residential needs. The Midtown East high-rise is also just steps away from exciting restaurants and Manhattan nightlife.
Located on the Upper East Side, One Beacon Court prides itself on quality service and convenience, giving residents the best luxury condominiums have to offer. With private shopping service and a top-of-the-line fitness center, One Beacon Court is certainly a lush Manhattan residence.
Midtown’s One 57 is a legendary building in Manhattan standing as the tallest residential building in its history. It can boast Christian de Portzamparc, a famous French architect, as its talented designer. Functioning dually as a hotel, this luxury condominium will have its residents expecting the best in service and convenience.
Park Avenue Place is a luxury condominium designed to be both aesthetically appealing and practical. Beautifully crafted apartments feature top-of-the-line finishes and fixtures, as amenities include wonders such as fitness center and spa, making for hotel-like service.
Located in Sutton Place, St. James Tower is a luxurious condominium that greatly complements its surrounding neighborhood. Natural light pours through floor-to-ceiling windows that house top-of-the-line appliances and vanities. Amenities include a rooftop garden and resident-only gym.
Midtown East’s Beekman Regent is a post-war mid-rise condominium building sporting decadent finishes, such as African doors with accents like 24-karat gold. and Giordano Italian mahogany floors. Views of the New York City skyline and the East River top off the condominium luxurious atmosphere.
Just a short walk from Columbus Circle, Central Park, and the Time Warner Center, The Centurion is a great luxury condo tower with a great location in Midtown West. The Centurion was designed by famed architect I.M. Pei, and the level of craftsmanship that he put into the design is reflected on all levels.
The Dillon at 435 West 53rd Street is one of the premier hotspots in Manhattan’s lively Clinton. This staggering 53 floor high-rise has a contemporary feel to it that give residents a uniquely modern experience. Amenities such as a day and night concierge, doorman and bar service also make The Dillon a great luxury option.
The Hit Factory Condominium in Midtown West was suitably named—with controlled heating systems and luscious limestone surfaces, it is indeed a “hit” among Manhattan homebuyers. A video intercom, two key-locked elevators, and direct access to the roof deck from them make for excellent amenities.
Once the famous Inter-continental Hotel, Midtown West’s Intercontinental is now a pre-war conversion condo boasting old-fashioned elegance and Central Park views to match. A private garden and conference/dining facility as well a health and fitness club with a breakfast bar easily place residents in the lap of luxury.
Midtown West’s Jumeirah Essex House is like a permanent hotel with plenty of luscious amenities: a masseuse, private conference room, business center, linen service, valet parking, and a 24-hour doorman. French doors and Central Park views enhance the living experience. If this isn’t luxury, we don’t know what is.
The Link is a Midtown West luxury apartment building offering several amenities, an edgy aesthetic, and an ideal location all in one. A sleek glass exterior complements the finishes inside, while a 24-hour doorman and concierge services, a fitness center, and private storage units make for generous amenities.
343 East 50th Street, Turtle Bay
The M at Beekman in Turtle Bay is a pre-war apartment with a quaint exterior complemented by English gardens in the townhouses and terraces in the penthouses. Modernity has as much a place as history, coming in the form of stainless steel appliances, spa-like master bathrooms, and a full-time doorman.
The Plaza Residences in Midtown East provides eye-catching mosaic patterned lobbies and bathrooms, capturing an exotic ambience. The pleasantly simple condominiums come with wireless flat panel display, concierge and security services, and an excellent location just minutes away from Central Park.
Situated in Midtown West at 322 West 57th Street, Sheffield 57 is a post-war condominium that has been renovated to a new level of sophistication. Featuring exotic Nordic ash floors and state-of-the-art appliances as well as gracious amenities like a rooftop pool and a yoga/pilates studio, Sheffield 57 is a model Manhattan condominium.
Magnificence at its finest is epitomized by the renown Time Warner Center. This 25 Columbus Circle residence in Manhattan’s Upper West Side is a luxury apartment masterpiece. Endless amenities include turn-down service, 24-hour valet, a deluxe spa and modern fitness center, all exclusively for residential use.
Trump Park Avenue on the Upper East Side features some of the most sought-after luxury condominiums in all of Manhattan. Each condo unit is designed with spacious high ceilings and exceptionally crafted floors. Concierge service, maid, and laundry service are also offered.