The Grand Millenium at 1965 Broadway, located in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, is a full-service luxury condominium building nestled in the culturally vibrant Lincoln Square neighborhood. This 32-story building, which offers 200 condominium apartments, also has a retail base and luxury hotel accommodations on the lower floors. The building is, quite literally, steps away from several of New York’s best attractions: Central Park, Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center and the Time Warner Center.
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The Sky House has an architectural pedigree few luxury condominiums can match, but this 55-story luxury condo -- the brainchild of the award-winning Bruce Fowle of FXFOWLE Architects -- has more than good looks in its favor. From its prime Flatiron District location at 11 East 29th Street to its elegant condos for sale to its top-tier amenities, The Sky House offers full-spectrum luxury that few Flatiron condo listings can match and which any new construction Manhattan condo would envy. The striking glass-and-brick looks don't hurt, of course, but The Sky House is a rising star among Flatiron condominiums because it offers much more than architectural distinction.
From the cobblestone streets surrounding its prime Soho location to the neoclassical architecture of the building itself, 151 Wooster is more or less the prototypical pre-war luxury condo listing. But there's a surprise behind those stunning pre-war looks at 151 Wooster. This Soho condo incorporated cutting-edge green building technology into its condo conversion, making 151 Wooster a stylish paradox: a luxury condo listing that offers both pre-war elegance and futuristic green design. The 10 loft-style condominiums and pair of penthouses at 151 Wooster feature custom craftsmanship throughout, but the futuristic classicism of the building itself might be what most sets 151 Wooster apart from other condo listings in Soho.
- 4 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $15,000,000
200 Eleventh Avenue is a new condominium building located in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, offering luxury apartments for sale. This building's distinctive stainless steel exterior and cast gunmetal terra-cotta base make it a perfect addition to the Chelsea Arts District. This ultra-modern condominium offers en-suite Sky Garages where residents can drive into their own units and park, making living in this Manhattan condominium a truly unique experience.
- 3 Bedroom Apartmentsfrom $9,000,000
737 Park Avenue is a pre-war high-rise in the Lenox Hill section of Manhattan’s Upper East Side which will soon be home to newly renovated luxury condominiums. Built in 1940 by Slyvian Bien, this 19-story red-brick building has long held a reputation for being one of the most prestigious rental addresses on the Upper East Side. Harry Macklowe purchased 737 Park Avenue last year and is currently converting the 108 luxury rental apartments into condominiums, and these new units will feature high-end fixtures and features once completed.
SoHa 118, at 301 West 118th Street, is a condo building in Manhattan's Harlem neighborhood, offering luxury apartments for sale.
Discover The Sorting House, an extraordinary new condominium nestled at 318 West 52nd Street, where dynamic living meets ingenious design solutions. Crafted by Architecture Outfit, this architectural marvel seamlessly blends the old and the new, with three stories of contemporary residences rising above a meticulously renovated 1926 post office. The building's elegant facade boasts sleek brickwork and blackened steel casement windows, paying homage to the preserved red brick and mullioned windows of the historic structure.
Experience luxury living on the Upper East Side in this white-glove building that has everything you would expect from a modern Manhattan home. Walk into the generous lobby and view the renovated hallways that lead to the spacious apartments, many of which feature terraces where you can relax and view the city.
This 27-story building is the tallest condominium in the neighborhood and thanks to its facade of exposed brick and industrial features it is also one of the most beautiful. Located in Court Square in Long Island City, just a short ride into the heart of Manhattan, The Harrison is surrounded by the restaurants, museums, and galleries that have changed the face of Long Island City.