The real estate market in New York City may be expensive, but there are always exceptions to that rule. The condos found in the listings below are all outstanding apartments that will attract anyone looking to make their start by buying an apartment in Manhattan. First-time apartment buyers should look at these condo listings carefully, because there are many apartments here that can definitely suit the needs of single and younger people looking to live in the city. And even though these condos for sale in Manhattan are less expensive, they're still great places to live, and if you look through our listings we're sure you'll agree.
Located in Midtown East, 142 East 49th Street mixes an exterior of pre-war elegance and an interior of modern design. Being in the center of Manhattan gives 142 East 49th Street apartments a prime New York City location near many New York City landmarks, like Rockefeller Center, Grand Central Station, and St. Patrick's Cathedral.
Trump SoHo, real estate mogul Donald Trump’s ultra-deluxe hotel condominium, screams high-end luxury like only the Trump brand can. This 46 story luxury soho condo on 246 Spring Street holds 391 units that range size from 422 to 905 square feet, with the exception of ten penthouses on the top three floors that are even larger. The glass façade towers over lower Manhattan, and the building affords views of the Empire State Building, Hudson River, and the Statue of Liberty. Trump Soho also has the curious distinction of being a hotel condominium, which means that, in addition to providing hotel-style amenities, it requires its residents to rent out their rooms for certain days of the year, making it ideal for investors, or buyers looking for pied-a-terres.
With its fascinating history and pre-war elegance, PS90, located on 220 West 148th Street, features Manhattan apartments set in a time capsule while offering futuristic residence features and accommodations. Set in central Harlem, an up-and-coming neighborhood home to fine restaurants and entertainment, this classic building brings the best of both worlds to New Yorkers. An innovative condominium that boasts unique floor plans, PS90 ranks high in the New York City condo listings.753 Saint Nicholas Avenue
Rising above the historic landmark of Sugar Hill in West Harlem, 753 St. Nicholas Avenue sports a remarkable stonewall structure with oriel bay window-like extensions. This luxury condominium recently completed construction in 2011 and houses 12 units on six floors. Drafted under the Green Design, this Harlem condo was structured with environmental affiance in mind.2231 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard
The Aurum is a full-service building that was designed with the neighborhood and the environment in mind, offering residents both luxury amenities and the peace of mind that comes with knowing that they are living in an environmentally conscious building thanks to features like the co-generation plant, green roof, efficiency double pane windows, and an Interior Live Green Wall.
A recently converted condominium on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Trafalgar House boasts a standard of luxury that easily matches the surrounding neighborhood. This condominium, located at 120 East 90th Street, features 16 floors and 104 apartments for sale ranging from studios to 2-bedroom apartments. With several amenities, an ideal location, and a range of luxury units, Trafalgar House is a prime Upper East Side property.
Just minutes from Manhattan in the heart of Long Island City's growing residential and artistic community, Arris Lofts gives New Yorker's spacious floor plans and casement windows along with a full suite of modern amenities. With a fitness center, garden, courtyard, private pool, sauna, and valet service, residents are afforded a host of luxury entertainment options without leaving the building.2098 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
The list of New York City landmarks near the Gateway Tower at 2098 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Central Harlem is an extremely long and delightful one—Central Park, Morningside Park, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and Columbia University are literally blocks away from this stunning luxury apartment building. With such an excellent location, the Gateway Tower has positioned itself to be a quality luxury residence in the historic Harlem neighborhood, an area that has long been known for its amazing living appeal.
This stylish new apartment building brings Manhattan to Brooklyn. Located at 775 Lafayette Avenue, apartments sport posh solid oak hardwood floors, oversized windows, huge bedroom closets, foyer coat closets, and intelligently hidden appliances. The building also has a part-time doorman and video intercom for residents convenience, the lobby harbors high ceilings and chic decor. The outside courtyard gives a beautifully landscaped entrance to the building.