Articles on Luxury Condominiums Manhattan

Pricey New Boutique Development on the West Side

The newest soon to be completed addition of luxury developments at the High Line have just revealed their prices for the units. The gas station-replacing condominium tower - dubbed The Getty– will start at $15 million for each of the six full-floor residences, roughly $4,500 a foot for the 3,300 square foot home.

Iconic Crown Building’s Conversion Moves Forward


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Plans to bring lavish a hotel and condominiums to the Crown Building are moving forward with developers Michael Shvo and Arman hotels owner and chairman Vladislav Doronin, bringing even more luxury to the southeast corner of Central Park.

The Changing Face of the Lower East Side

The Lower East Side waterfront will experience a dramatic makeover in the coming decade.

A Look Into Gramercy's Most Glamorous Condos

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In part 2 of our Spotlight on Gramercy, we’re showcasing buildings that encapsulate the neighborhood’s classic charm and modern luxury.

Stylish Condos in Gramercy Park

Often described as the most beautiful neighborhood in Manhattan, Gramercy Park has the old New York atmosphere mixed with the latest trends in residential design, shopping and dining. Not to mention, the neighborhod is home to many important public officials and celebrities. Residents can enjoy proximity to the 4, 6, and L subway stops for convenient access to the rest of the city.

 

High Living in the Heart of Manhattan

Two new condo towers coming to Midtown are 100 East 53rd St and 53 West 53rd St, epitomizing luxury in design and comfort.

More of Fall’s New Luxe Lineup

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Last week, we brought you a starter list of some of the 45 plus new luxury residential projects slated to hit the market this fall. This week, we’ve rounded up a few more detailed sneak peeks into our top picks for posh projects.

Luxury Living in Lincoln Square

View of the Lincoln Center from Millennium Tower

Lincoln Square is one of Manhattan's most cultural, historic, and beautiful neighborhoods. Bordered by Central Park and Riverside Boulevard from West 62nd to West 65th streets, Lincoln Sqaure packs more world class culture into three blocks than some whole cities can claim. Lincoln Center and the Metropolitan Opera House are the crown jewels of this neighborhood, offering unparralled dance, film, opera, theater, and music.

If you're seeking a home amongst such world famous art and culture, here's a run down of six of the best condo buildings the Upper West Side neighborhood has to offer.