NYC Condos for Sale from $5 million to $8 million

In the $5 million to $8 million price range you’ll find truly incredible multi-bedroom apartments that have earned the luxury title for good reason. It’s common practice for real estate brokers and observers to reserve the term ‘luxury condo’ for units priced above the $5 million threshold, and even a cursory glance at these luxury condos for sale in Manhattan will show you why. These apartments are predominantly found in brand new luxury condominium buildings that were specifically designed to attract families who wanted to stay in the city as opposed to moving to the suburbs, so they went to great lengths to provide everything a Manhattan apartment buyer could want. Quite simply, you’ll find very few apartments like these anywhere else in the city, the country, or the world.

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Baccarat Hotel and Residences Baccarat Hotel and Residences

20 West 53rd Street, Midtown West

Facade - The Baccarat Hotel and Residences - Midtown West

The Baccarat Residences live up to the opulence and grandeur that is associated with the Baccarat brand of luxury--it is certainly not a stretch to say these are among the finest apartments one can find in the Midtown Manhattan neighborhood.

from $3,950,000
from $5,950,000
from $9,650,000
from $19,750,000
from $60,000,000
from $60,000,000

Sterling Mason Sterling Mason

71 Laight Street, Tribeca

Front facing view of The Sterling Mason in Tribeca - NYC Condos for sale

The Sterling Mason, located at 71 Laight Street in Tribeca, is a stunning new condominium development that is actually two buildings meshed as one—there’s a prewar masonry loft building on one end, and adjoining that is its mirror image, clad in aluminum.

from $4,000,000
from $5,200,000
from $8,250,000
from $9,650,000
from $20,000,000

Superior Ink Superior Ink

400 West 12th Street, Meatpacking District, West Village

Superior Ink NYC Condos - 400 West 12th Apartments for Sale in West Village

Superior Ink’s name is not tattoo-related in any way—it refers to the post-war loft’s historic location, where a Superior Ink company factory once existed. Its LEED Silver Certification ensures that the condominiums are energy-efficient, while sophisticated finishes prove that sustainability can coexist with beauty.

from $1,450,000
from $2,500,000
from $5,250,000
from $8,000,000
from $14,000,000

15 CPW 15 CPW

15 Central Park West, Lincoln Square, Upper West Side

15 Central Park West NYC Condos - Apartments for Sale in Upper West Side

Considered one of New York’s most exclusive residences, 15 Central Park West has a prime Upper West Side location, near Columbus Circle. The building houses 201 apartments over 20 floors, ranging in size from one to four-bedrooms. Amenities include a 14,000-square-foot fitness center, lap pool, and a private screening room.

from $6,700,000
from $9,900,000
from $14,750,000
from $62,500,000
from $62,500,000

Halcyon Halcyon

305 East 51st Street, Turtle Bay

Building - 305 East 51st Street - Turtle Bay

Halcyon at 305 East 51st Street is a stunning 32-story luxury condominium building that is offering 123 spacious residences for sale. Besides their stunning homes, residents here will also enjoy a good assortment of amenities, which include a library, a sky lounge, a heated swimming pool and an indoor sun deck.

from $2,000,000
from $2,700,000
from $4,800,000
from $6,800,000
from $11,750,000

400 Fifth Avenue 400 Fifth Avenue

Midtown West

The Setai Fifth Avenue NYC Condos - Apartments for Sale in Midtown West

400 Fifth Avenue soars 16 stories high above the one of the most popular neighborhoods in Manhattan. Coated in limestone, its illuminating crown marks this luxury condominium, which hovers above Saks Fifth Avenue. Residents will be pleased with the building’s quality service that combines convenience with luxury. Amenities include housekeeping services, fitness center, and spa treatments.

from $1,100,000
from $2,000,000
from $6,050,000
from $5,950,000
from $12,200,000

50 United Nations Plaza 50 United Nations Plaza

345 East 46th Street, Turtle Bay

50 United Nations Plaza - Condos - For Sale - Manhattan

Geared towards diplomats, 50 United Nations Plaza combines spacious interiors, a prime location, and modern amenities into a single luxury apartment building. The 44-story building was designed by noted architect Norman Foster.

from $2,200,000
from $3,800,000
from $7,650,000
from $22,250,000
from $22,250,000

W New York Downtown W New York Downtown

123 Washington Street, Financial District

W New York Downtown NYC Condos - Apartments for Sale in Financial District

W New York Downtown is a strikingly beautiful luxury condominium that glistens in the sunlight of the Financial District. This pre-war condominium offers the the most recent in new York amenities with a media screening room and lap pool. Old-world charm is also present in its installed fireplaces and oak-floors.

from $1,350,000
from $2,300,000
from $4,350,000
from $6,300,000
from $2,800,000

One57 One57

157 West 57th Street, Midtown West, Upper West Side

One57 - NYC Condos - 157 West 57th Street Midtown West Apartments for Sale

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.

from $6,000,000
from $12,000,000
from $18,850,000
from $20,900,000
from $32,750,000

737 Park Avenue 737 Park Avenue

737 Park Avenue , Upper East Side

737 Park Avenue - Manhattan Apartments For Sale

Situated in the chic neighborhood of Lenox Hill, 737 Park Avenue is a redbrick, pre-war building that was recently converted into a high-rise luxury condominium. Residents can enjoy amenities both inside and outside of their Upper East Side apartment when living in this lavish sample of New York living.

from $3,550,000
from $8,000,000
from $8,500,000
from $13,600,000
from $13,950,000