New Construction Manhattan compiled the list of the most sought-after luxury buildings in Manhattan. Expect nothing but high-quality finishes, lavish amenities, and the most desirable locations in all of New York.
10 Madison Square Park West was once the site of the International Toy Center, but today it’s a luxury residential building offering apartments in a wide range of sizes. Located right next to Madison Square Park, the building also offers residents a number of luxury amenities, including a 10,000 square foot residents’ club.
Tribeca’s high-rise at 101 Warren Street is a prime piece of real estate, with a Victoria-Hagan designed interior and top-of-the-line amenities, which include a Bloomberg Financial Lounge with newspapers from across the globe, an Austrian pine forest, sun decks, and a health and fitness center.
Developed by VE Equities, 11 North Moore Street is a post-war mid-rise that fits right in alongside it's luxurious neighbors in Manhattan's fashionable Tribeca neighborhood.
12 East 13th Street is a high-end luxury building in prime Greenwich Village with stunning architecture and impressive apartments. Rising 12 stories, this condo-conversion, designed by acclaimed architects CetraRuddy, offers some of the most desirable apartments in the classic Manhattan neighborhood.
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.
Located just steps from Union Square, 35 XV is a modern luxury condominium in Manhattan. The building provides easy access to the Flatiron District's host of luxury shopping destinations.
A new storm-ready condo facing the Hudson River in the highly sought after neighborhood of West Chelsea, 551 West 21st Street Residences will feature 44 residences, along with 3 exclusive penthouses.
Designed by renowned architects Herzog and De Meuron, 56 Leonard Street will be a futuristic condominium tower. This striking condominium will have 145 residences and an incredibly innovative design that has never been seen before in Tribeca, or in Manhattan for that matter.
61 Fifth Avenue, located in historic Greenwich Village, is a new construction luxury building designed by noted architect Alta Indelman.
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.
Designed by noted architect Piet Boon, Huys is located in the heart of Manhattan's Flatiron District. The building features a suite of luxury amenities including a fitness center, bike room, and children's playroom.
180 Sixth Avenue, Soho
In the heart of Soho, One Vandam house 25 luxury condominiums and features a landscaped terrace offering stunning skyline views of Lower Manhattan.
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.
Built on the site of the former Jefferson Theatre, The Jefferson is one of the few modern luxury apartment buildings in the East Village. The eight-story features a a library, fitness center, as well as private rooftop cabana terraces.
261 West 25th Street, Chelsea
Located at 261 West 25th Street in Chelsea, The Seymour offers 49 luxury apartments across 12 stories.