At the heart of one of the most vibrant and culturally diverse neighborhoods in the city, the Lower East Side, you will find one of the newest and hottest luxury condominiums currently on the market, 196 Orchard Street.
Previous residential buildings at 40 East End Avenue via Christopher Bride/PropertyShark
The luxurious yet comfortable Upper East Side has long been the most sought-after area for New Yorkers to call home. In the past, it may have been difficult to find vacant apartments or townhouses to buy or rent in that area, but lately, new developments have been springing up to give people more opportunities.
1399 Park Avenue has brought 72 lavish homes to the Harlem, each one with gorgeous views of Central Park’s North Meadow or the New York City skyline. Although this building was completed in 2016, it still has a selection of available homes.
The Flatiron District has made room for yet another tall residential tower, bringing more luxury apartments to this quaint neighborhood. The Noma was completed in late 2017 and although condominiums are going fast, there is still availability with a variety of layouts to choose from.
Arguably the most desirable neighborhood in lower Manhattan, the West Village has just added another boutique residential building to this quaint and exclusive area. 100 Barrow has already put homes on the market while the building wraps up construction.
The Upper West Side has always been home to gorgeous brownstone townhouses, tree-lined streets, and brick mid-rise developments, but more modern additions have recently made their way into the classic neighborhood. A new building is set to rise in the area at West 72nd Street, between Broadway and West End Avenue, right next door to the popular grocery store chain, Trader Joe’s.
Of all the Manhattan neighborhoods, the Financial District seems to be one that has been adopting the most change. From new residential skyscrapers to numerous new developments in the making, this historic area has been constantly under construction during the past few years. Now, construction has begun on FiDi’s newest development, a rare concrete pillar.