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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Murano Murano

5-19 Borden Avenue, Long Island City

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The Murano, located in Long Island City, combines 5-star amenities with a quick commute to Manhattan. With rooftop deck and resident's only lounge, the Murano is sure to impress.

The Ivy The Ivy

249 East 118th Street, Harlem

The Ivy - Harlem Apartments For Sale

Harlem’s Ivy is compatible for New Yorkers wanting smaller living set-ups, as it provides 1- and 2-bedroom units. More importantly, though, the apartments come with poetic Juliet balconies and Italian windows. Amenities are just as impressive, including a roof deck, furnished courtyard, and fitness center.

Copper Hill Copper Hill

1595 Lexington Avenue, Harlem

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Copper Hill adds a touch of contemporary luxury to historic Harlem and is located just blocks away from Central Park.

The Morellino The Morellino

159 West 118th Street, Harlem

Building - 159 West 118th Street - Harlem

Harlem is one of the few neighborhoods in Manhattan that have a lively, cultural vibe, with a rich historic heritage behind it. And when you want to be a part of this eclectic area, there is no better place for doing just that than at the Morellino, a stunning pre-war condominium conversion at 159 West 118th Street. 35 luxury residences are offered at the Morellino, with residents allowed to choose from one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments.

The Powerhouse The Powerhouse

50-09 2nd Street, Long Island City

Building The Powerhouse - LIC Condos for Sale

The Powerhouse gets its name from its origins as a power plant built in the early twentieth century. This history is far more than just a side note though. This converted industrial building offers new residents stunning views, large windows, tons of light, and the finest in modern luxury.

Rutherford Place Rutherford Place

305 Second Avenue, Gramercy Park

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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Gramercy Parks’ Rutherford Place boasts a neo-classical aesthetic with white Italian porcelain tiles and other vanities alongside well-equipped kitchens with stainless steel appliances. Great amenities and a bustling neighborhood enhance the building’s beauty.

The Knickerbocker The Knickerbocker

308 East 72nd Street, Upper East Side

Condos for sale at 308 East 72nd Street

A white-glove, post-war condominium, the Knickerbocker will make you feel at home from the moment you move through its revolving doors to its double-height lobby.

40 West 55th Street 40 West 55th Street

Midtown West

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40 West 55th Street is a red brick building that offers apartments for sale in Manhattan’s Midtown West neighborhood. Built in 1924, the structure was originally used for offices, but was converted to hold 35 two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments. Mixing contemporary with its prewar characteristics, the building is unique in that the lobby and vestibules have décor inspired by the Museum of Modern Art.