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.
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NYC Condos for Sale from $500k to $700k
Even in Manhattan’s expensive real estate market, plenty of high-end apartments are available in this price range. Apartment buyers who are looking to purchase an apartment in Manhattan in this price range should comb through our listings to find an exceptional place, because there are certainly plenty of such places listed below. The diversity of the housing stock in Manhattan creates plenty of opportunities for buyers to find a wide range of Manhattan apartments in the $500,000 to $700,000 price range, so don’t be surprised to find apartments for that price all over Manhattan.
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Copper Hill, located at 1595 Lexington Avenue, is comprised of 40 luxury units across its 8 floors. Centrally located in historic Harlem, just blocks from Central Park, Copper Hill features 1 and 2 bedroom apartment options and is outfitted with a suite of 5-star building amenities.
- 1 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $695,000
Deco Lofts, at 99 John Street, is a condominium building located in Lower Manhattan's Financial District, offering luxury apartments for sale. Designed by the same architects as the Empire State Building, Deco Lofts exudes elegance and sophistication. Enter the marble lobby and find a spectacular mural, painted by Italian artist Giancarlo Impiglia.
100 West, located on 100 West 93rd Street, is a condominium building on the Upper West Side, offering luxury apartments for sale. Conveniently located near Central Park and numerous cultural attractions and restaurants, 100 West offers its residents remarkable studios, one, two or three-bedroom apartments for sale in New York City.
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.
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.
1600 Broadway is a new condominium building located in Midtown West Manhattan, offering luxury apartments for sale. It is a rare and unique opportunity to own a condo at the gateway to Times Square and Rockefeller Center in the heart of New York City. The entrance to your new home on Broadway, located between 48th and 49th streets, leads you into a spacious and welcoming lobby, with 24-hour concierge service for your convenience.
Located just a few blocks away from the lush greens of Central Park, Addison Hall at 457 West 57th Street is a charming, 16-story, red brick apartment building with a canopied entrance to its two-story masonry base. This pre-war building, erected in 1930, offers its residents luxury apartments that are a blend of old-world charm and contemporary style, at a plum Manhattan location.
1810 3rd Avenue, exemplary of East Harlem’s mix of new and vintage Manhattan, is undeniably sleek and modern. Currently known as The Art House, this 2008 constructed condominium is comprised of two 10 and 12-story towers. Apartments are accented with a single wall of vibrant color and promise high-end furnishings that include hardwood maple flooring, stainless steel appliances, and bathrooms with Pietra Cardosa tiling. While some apartments come with private balconies or terraces, the building hosts outdoor amenities like a rooftop deck with barbeque pits and a courtyard area with garden. Other amenities include a 24-hour doorman, lounge area, 800 sq ft gym, recreation room, and laundry area.
- 1 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $600,000