Given that the name “Baccarat” is synonymous with some of the finest luxury products in the world today, it is easy to understand why expectation would be high from the Baccarat Hotel & Residences at 20 West 53rd Street in Midtown Manhattan. For its part, Baccarat doesn’t disappoint—the building, designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, is easily one of Manhattan’s finest addresses today.
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NYC Condos for Sale from $5 million to $8 million
In the $5 million to $8 million price range you’ll find truly incredible multi-bedroom apartments that have earned the luxury title for good reason. It’s common practice for real estate brokers and observers to reserve the term ‘luxury condo’ for units priced above the $5 million threshold, and even a cursory glance at these luxury condos for sale in Manhattan will show you why. These apartments are predominantly found in brand new luxury condominium buildings that were specifically designed to attract families who wanted to stay in the city as opposed to moving to the suburbs, so they went to great lengths to provide everything a Manhattan apartment buyer could want. Quite simply, you’ll find very few apartments like these anywhere else in the city, the country, or the world.
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A block from Central Park, just across Broadway from iconic Upper West Side cultural mecca Lincoln Center and home to all the amenities and aesthetic grace New Yorkers associate with Upper West Side condos, 30 Lincoln Plaza could be called one of the most distinctly Upper West Side condominium listings on the Upper West Side. But while 30 Lincoln Plaza does deliver the grace and understated elegance associated with Upper West Side living, this new condo conversion has a secret -- until just a few years ago, this UWS luxury condo was a UWS luxury rental. An ambitious overhaul gave 30 Lincoln Plaza a redone public plaza and a striking new lobby, as well as renovated condos for sale that reflect the best of contemporary Manhattan apartment style. Factor in that prime Upper West Side address, and it's no surprise that 30 Lincoln Plaza has emerged as one of the elite condo conversion listings on the Upper West Side.
Olympic Tower is a Midtown East marvel with Modernist aesthetics. Home to 225 condominium apartments, The Olympic Tower, located at 641 Fifth Avenue, is truly an Olympic deity amongst Midtown East condominiums. The Olympic Tower's dazzling Manhattan views of the neighboring St. Patrick’s Cathedral, all-encompassing amenities and inclusion of an arcade at the ground level define luxe-living in New York City.
One John Street is a Brooklyn new construction immediately located on the waterfront. Its unique address places it in Brooklyn Bridge Park, which affords its residences unique views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the East River, and Manhattan’s skyline. Residences take advantage of this fact with oversized windows and high ceilings. High-end finishes can be found throughout: bathrooms feature soaking tubs and glass showers, and kitchens are fitted with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.
Located on the verdant streets of the Upper West Side, 2150 Broadway is home to The Laureate. This pre-war luxury condominium was designed by Deborah Burked and Partners Architects and possesses the finesse of their detailing. It stands gracefully at 20-stories, adorns beige-brick and glass, and displays several rounded balconies.
56 Leonard Street is a groundbreaking tower in the heart of Tribeca. This iconic skyscraper has reshaped the neighborhood's skyline, introducing residential living to an area renowned for its rich history and culture. Designed by Herzog and de Meuron, both the interior and exterior of 56 Leonard Street boast their distinct architectural vision. The tower's innovative design includes sharp recesses that traverse its height, resulting in an array of unique apartments and a truly unmistakable aesthetic.
15 Central Park West is one of the finest buildings in New York City, boasting spectacular views of Central Park with close proximity to Columbus Circle. 15 CPW is a building that is faithful to the enduring standards and elegance of the greatest pre-war apartment houses, while providing the thoughtful amenities that meet the way New Yorkers live today. Designed by architect Robert A.M. Stern, this building is one of only a few all-limestone buildings to join the city's skyline in a 100 years.
260 Park Avenue South is a pre-war loft located in the heart of the Flatiron District. Recently converted to smartly designed condos for modern living, each home features high ceilings and oversized windows to invite plenty of natural light. Kitchens are fully equipped with stainless steel appliances and marble countertops, and bathrooms feature slate tile and soaking tubs.
From its picturesque Upper East Side location at 25 East 77th street at Madison Avenue to its elegant aesthetics and luxurious condominiums for sale, The Mark is one of the Upper East Side's most remarkable luxury condominium listings. Given that those condominiums are located within one of Manhattan's most luxurious hotels, it goes without saying that the amenities on offer at The Mark are beyond compare, even by the high standards of Manhattan luxury condos. Factor in breathtaking views of Central Park -- just a block away from The Mark -- and the hand-and-foot service that comes with living in a five-star hotel, and it's easy to see why The Mark is one of the most sought-after new condominium listings on the Upper East Side, and among Manhattan's most impressive condos, period.
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