The Trump World Tower, at 845 United Nations Plaza, is a condominium building located in Manhattan's Turtle Bay, offering luxury apartments for sale. Rising above Manhattan and the East River, and overlooking the U.N., The Trump World Tower at United Nations Plaza is one of the most luxurious residential towers in the world. One of the tallest of the handful of residential towers developed by Donald Trump, it cost approximately $300 million to construct.
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NYC Condos for Sale from $1 million to $2 million
When taking a close look at the apartments in this price range, you’re bound to be impressed by the Manhattan condos for sale available here. Sure, these apartments may be expensive, but these Manhattan apartments are worth the price. Real estate developers have taken the time to craft these apartments to meet the new, higher expectations of apartment buyers in Manhattan, and if you visit one of these apartments with our brokers, that craftsmanship will become readily apparent. It’s not just the newly constructed apartment buildings that contain great Manhattan apartments in this price range though; both classic pre-war and renovated post-war luxury apartment buildings boast very impressive units that are available below. We highly recommend that you see for yourself.
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Morgan Court, famously known as “The Sliver”, is a unique building in Manhattan. At 211 Madison Avenue, between 35th and 36th Streets, this thin slab of architecture with curved edges rises high over its Midtown East neighbors. Morgan Court originally tried selling its 40 Manhattan apartments, but when times slowed some were rented out. Now, once again, the remaining Murray Hill apartments are up for sale. Along with some spectacular city views, living at Morgan Court puts residents right in the middle of New York City. With the Empire State Building (amongst other landmarks), a fitness club, and multiple dining locations near by, Morgan Court has a central New York City location.
Harlem has been said to be in the midst of a renaissance of sorts now, and this trend has been best exemplified in the restoration of the Normandie at 100 West 119th Street. Though this century-old mid-rise building in Central Harlem has been tastefully renovated, the condominium apartments here continue to have all of the pre-war heritage one would like in a home here in Manhattan. The building’s ideal location is stressed by lieu of it being only a short walk away Central Park and Columbia University.
- 4 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $1,299,000
The residences of Manhattan Place are noted for their balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows, which thanks to the building’s address along First Avenue, may offer cityscape views of Manhattan, and scenes of the East River that stretch towards Queens and Brooklyn. Their bathrooms are fitted with bathtubs and marble. Kitchens come fully equipped, and are accented by stainless steel appliances and wood cabinetry.
A 16 story apartment complex in Manhattan, built in 1925, and located half a block away from Central Park, The Olcott at 27 West 72nd Street mixes pre-war design with modern amenities to add some flavor to the Upper West Side. The apartments for sale at The Olcott are located in a prime Upper West Side location just steps from the 1/2/3, B, and C subway lines. With the Lincoln Center a few minutes south and great shopping and dining locations surrounding these New York City apartments, residents of The Olcott can always find a way to spend their free time and stay in close proximity to their Manhattan condos.
Located at 415 East 27th Street, The Horizon enjoys an excellent location right on the East River waterfront, and residents are treated to stunning, panoramic city views from the rooftop terrace that tops this modern high-rise condominium. The Horizon offers first-class service, and its residents are attended by a doorman and concierge, and its garage offers valet service. Additionally, 415 East 27th Street features a residents’ lounge and a state-of-the-art health and fitness center, complete with a pool, sauna, steam rooms, and a day spa. Conveniently, bike storage, extra storage, and cold storage are also available.
The Link, located at 310 West 52nd Street, is a new condominium building in Manhattan’s Midtown West neighborhood that offers luxury apartments for sale. Just steps away from Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Columbus Circle, and Lincoln Center, this newly constructed New York City condo has a glass cube entrance and an innovative facade of multi-paned windows. The Link is a high-rise that stands 44-stories tall, and this luxury apartment building, designed by international architects Costas Kondylis & Partners in tandem with Gail Nauer Architects, was constructed by Elad Properties in 2007.
The Cipriani Residences at 55 Wall Street inhabits a building that's a New York City and National Historic Landmark, but it's also a landmark of quality for Financial District condo listings. As befits the prestige of the Cipriani name, these pre-war condos for sale offer a surpassingly stylish living experience, as well as all the amenities and luxurious conveniences expected from a luxury Financial District condo. The condos for sale at The Cipriani Residences come in three different styles: "Classic," "Sleek" and "Eclectic." While the aesthetic at each of these pre-war condos is unique in its own right, all the different looks are reflective of the on-site Cipriani Club. With a prime Financial District location at 55 Wall Street and condos for sale that combine pre-war grandeur with contemporary Manhattan condominium style, it's little wonder that The Cipriani Club Residences rank among the most sought-after pre-war condo conversions in the Financial District.
Located in the Carnegie Hill section of the Upper East Side, Carnegie Hill is a post-war, high-rise condo with easy access to Central Park. Residences are fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows, which offer plenty of natural light and scenic views of the Upper East Side — corner units in particular have curved corner windows, which provide uniquely panoramic views. Well-appointed marble bathrooms feature double vanities with soaking tubs; and fully-equipped kitchens are fitted with stainless steel appliances and wooden cabinetry.