Articles on Manhattan Luxury Real Estate

Plans Move Forward With Hudson Square Luxury Rental


Rendering of 110 Charlton Street via Cape Advisors

Hudson Square’s residential project is officially moving forward since being announced in 2014.

The 27-story apartment building is set to rise at 110 Charlton Street by development firm Cape Advisors.
 

Best New Developments to Hit the Market

Interior rendering of The Clare

The Clare

At 301 East 61st Street, the Real Estate Inverlad Development teamed up with Third Palm Capital and Architect Manuel Glas Architects to bring the newest and hottest condominium to the Upper West Side. The soon-to-be 10 story building will hold 30 apartments that will feature Porcelanosa finishes, white oak flooring, and 18-foot windows to maximize the residents views of the East River. A mix of studio to three-bedrooms will range from approximately 600 sqft to 3,043 sqft, pricing from $800 thousand to $8.9 million. There will be a four-bedroom triplex penthouse with skylights, high ceilings, and its own private terrace.

NYC's Most Expensive Apartment

Rendering of 220 Central Park

After several rumors going around about the cost of the four floor penthouse at 220 Central Park, the answer is finally revealed! The 23,000 sqft residence will cost $250 million, marking it as the city’s most expensive apartment!

Real Estate Rewind: A Year-End Review of the NYC Market

Over the past year, New Construction Manhattan has reported on the top stories in New York City real estate. From new construction plans to top listings, and the state of the real estate market, the stories of the year touch on a number of layers that make up NYC real estate. With 2015 coming to a close, it’s an obvious choice to start from the beginning — the very beginning — in this year-end review.

These Four New Midtown Manhattan Constructions Should Be On Your Radar

New Renderings For 1 Park Lane New Luxury Condominium Construction on Central Park South

Amidst the many new luxury condominium constructions popping up around Midtown Manhattan, some beckon for our attention more than others as they make headway. From new renderings to tense halts in construction, these four cloud-scrapers have grabbed our attention.