Green Buildings in Manhattan

In ways big and small, New York City ranks among the greenest big cities in the world, and an ongoing boom in green Manhattan real estate should ensure that the NYC condominium marketplace remains a surprisingly green scene in years ahead. Once limited to a relatively small percentage of the Manhattan condo marketplace, green condos can now be found in just about every Manhattan neighborhood, from the large-scale, ultra-green condominiums of Battery Park City to the ultra-luxurious High Line-hugging green condos of Chelsea to a host of new green condo listings on the Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Midtown West and elsewhere. The benefits of a green apartment are easy to see -- from improved air quality to lower energy bills, from innovative amenities to old-fashioned efficiency. And thanks to the great (and growing) selection of green condo listings in Manhattan, it’s easier than ever to find the green condominium that’s right for you.

XOCO 325 XOCO 325

325 West Broadway, Soho

Apartments for sale at 325 West Broadway in NYC

The condominiums at 325 West Broadway will be offering prospective residents a prestigious SoHo address in a reconstructed pre-war iron-cast building, which has been remodeled to offer modern, state-of-the-art interiors and amenities.

The Visionaire The Visionaire

70 Little West Street, Battery Park City

The Visionaire NYC Condos - 70 Little West Street Apartments for Sale in Battery

Found in the heart of Battery Park City, The Visionaire at 70 Little West Street was the first Manhattan condominium to be awarded LEED Platinum Honors. Oversized, energy-efficient windows and a cutting-edge interior design round off this ultra-modern, eco-friendly gem of a luxury condo.

Kirkman Lofts Kirkman Lofts

37 Bridge Street, DUMBO

Kirkman Lofts- 37 Bridge Street Building- condos for sale in Vinegar Hill

The exposed beams and silos of the former Kirkman and Son Soap Company factory help shape the spaces of these DUMBO residences.

Glass Condominium Glass Condominium

88 Laight Street, Tribeca

88 Laight Street Building

Located at 88 Laight Street, Glass Condominium brings ultra-contemporary lofts to prime Tribeca. With high-end finishes and soaring 17' ceilings, this building makes a statement in luxury.

Observatory Place Observatory Place

2021 First Avenue, Harlem

Observatory Place Building 2021 First Avenue Condos NYC

East Harlem is host to Observatory Place, a Green LEED certified building which boasts 38 condominiums with an emphasis on comfort. With private terraces to accompany great views onto the streets of East Harlem, this building also provides amenities such as modern kitchens, luxury baths and sunlit rooms.

Village Green Village Green

311 East 11th Street, East Village

Village Green New Construction Building Side - NYC Condos Building Buildings

Boasting LEED-certification, Village Green has an eye-popping exterior that draws residents looking for modernity in New York City’s East Village. Each unit is equipped with unique air filtration. Residents can also enjoy floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious condos that will make for a memorable experience.

16 West 21st Street 16 West 21st Street

Flatiron District

16 West 21 Street Building- NYC condo for sale

A renovated building, located on Park Avenue and 20th Street. Offers luxury living spaces, with 14 foot ceiling and expansive views throughout 13 stories. Amenities are numerous and original such as poker rooms for residents use.

3 Hudson Boulevard 3 Hudson Boulevard

555 West 34th Street, Clinton

555 West 34th Street building- condo for sale in clinton

3 Hudson Yards is located within Hudson Yards, and is notable for its green systems.

1400 Fifth Avenue 1400 Fifth Avenue

Harlem

1400 Fifth Avenue NYC Condos - Apartments for Sale in Harlem

A LEED-certified condo, 1400 Fifth Avenue has pre-war luxury apartments for sale in Harlem. With traces of a West African style in its architecture and features such as smart temperature controlling systems and exotic bamboo flooring, 1400 Fifth Avenue proves that eco-friendliness and luxury are not mutually exclusive.