Time for a luxury ride into the chicest and most expensive condos in NYC!
We decided we wanted to go for a walk in the city where dreams came true and collect the most Luxurious Condos In New York City with the purpose of presenting the list to you. And that’s what we are doing today. No time left to waste, let’s get right into this article!
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432 Park Avenue
432 Park Avenue is a stunning skyscraper that when built was the tallest in the city without a spire as well as the tallest residential tower. It is 1,396 feet high with 96 floors and 104 condominium apartments. Raphael Viñoly, the architect of the bulbous 20 Fenchurch Street tower in London that is known as the Walkie-Talkie building, was the design architect of this amazing place. The building, which is on the northwest corner at 56th Street and goes through to a large mid-block site on 57th Street, was completed in 2016 and we have been in love with this space since that time! Part of the building’s site was formerly occupied by The Drake Hotel, and office units are located on the 18th through the 20th floors.
15 Central Park West
15 Central Park West is comprised of two limestone towers and features 202, one- to four-bedroom residences. Units offer multi-directional views and full-floor, duplex penthouses are extremely spacious, with some ranging between 5,000 and 6,000 square feet. Kitchens have top-of-the-line appliances and bathrooms are equipped with deluxe fixtures and finishes. It is near the restaurants and shops of Columbus Circle as well as Central Park and the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. In conclusion, the perfect place to stay in, with a perfect view, perfect location, and interior design.
This 24-story building tower known as Walker Tower at 212 West 18th Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues in Chelsea was converted to 50 condominium apartments in 2012. It is named after Ralph Thomas Walker, the Art Deco style architect whose other buildings include One Wall Street and the Barclay-Vesey Telephone Building at 140 West Street and many more. JDS Development Group and Property Markets Group undertook the conversion that was designed by Cetra/Ruddy and added four stories to the building and four thin spires atop the western end of the building, which was not an official city landmark. And now here we are wishing we could live here.
After a long planning process, the southward expansion of the Whitney Museum of American Art on the Upper East Side has retained the cornice line of the existing low-rise buildings. The development is known as Whitney Condos. Beyer Blinder Belle was the architectural firm handling the conversion and Champalimaud Interior Design, which has worked recently on interiors at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel and the Pierre Hotel, was responsible for the interiors. The New York Daily News in 2014 said:
In 1984, he and his brother took over their dad’s five nursing homes in North Jersey” and “turned them into one of the largest assisted-living empires in the Northeast – leading to a $1 billion sale in 1997.
Residences at the Mandarin Oriental
Much of what has drawn eager buyers is the Time Warner Center’s premier location. It offers more than geography, though, as residents enjoy elegantly designed spaces with first-rate finishes and premium appliances. The twin 750-foot towers house the 250-room, five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel and the Jazz at Lincoln Center performance space. The Time Warner Center is also occupied by a multi-story galleria called the Shops at Columbus Center with many restaurants and retailers, including Masa, Per Se, L’Occitane, Pink, Armani, Hugo Boss, and Whole Foods. Not just a place to live but also something to experience, with the best view possible from your home decor.
One Beacon Court
One Beacon Court at 151 East 58th Street is located at the nexus of Midtown and the Upper East Side. Its 105 condominiums are located on the 30th to 55th floors and are equipped with white, double-stacked cabinetry, modern, premium appliances and washers and dryers. 151 East 58th Street occupies an entire city block and is bounded by Lexington and Third Avenues, and 58th and 59th Streets. Residents have easy access to public transportation, Bloomingdale’s, and other popular shopping and restaurants, so you should absolutely take a chance on this place, and we promise you the view and the home interiors won’t disappoint.
211 Elizabeth Street
It is located on the southwest corner of Prince and Elizabeth Streets and all units feature expansive layouts and oversized windows. Many residences have high ceilings and modern kitchens and bathrooms have topnotch, premium appliances, detailed touches, and clean finishes. Its prime location is near many shops and restaurants in NoLiTa and also allows for easy travel to SoHo, NoHo and the East Village. Notable celebrities including Billy Joel and Gabriel Byrne have purchased homes in 211 Elizabeth Street, so what are you waiting for?
With reports of billionaires jockeying to pay record-setting prices for its trophy penthouse apartments, One57 from Extell Development is the very model of Billionaires’ Row living. The 90-story building houses both a hotel and private residences. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, the tower rises more than 1,000 feet above 57th Street just south of Central Park. Residents will also have full access to the hotel’s amenities including room, catering, and housekeeping services. A chance not to miss in the city where dreams do come true, and with the best home decor possible.
The Park Laurel
The Park Laurel at 15 West 63rd Street is close both to Central Park and the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Nearly all apartments have sweeping views of Central Park, while all are spacious, with two- to four-bedroom units available. Master baths feature Calacatta Gold marble slab floors and double sink vanities and kitchens are outfitted with stainless steel refrigerators. The pet-friendly Park Laurel has a full-time doorman, as well as 24-hour concierge service, a health club and gym, a children’s playroom and a ground-floor room that residents can use to store bicycles and strollers. Its location also allows for easy access to Central Park, Columbus Circle, and public transportation.
One Madison at 23 East 22nd Street is located at the crossroads of Chelsea, Madison Square Park, Gramercy, and the Flatiron District. It is situated at the start of Madison Avenue. Residences are spacious and feature floor-to-ceiling windows that open to the surrounding cityscape. Kitchens and bathrooms have modern appliances and fixtures and many offer views of the Empire State Building and Midtown. With so many advantages that you have here, join the fact that this place has one of the prettiest home interiors we have ever seen.
Get The PentHouse Look
Turner art deco table lamp was inspired by the electrifying and memorable dance moves of the iconic pop singer. Turner is a large table lamp handmade in brass and aluminum. The body has a gold plated finish, while the shade was lacquered a black matte on the outside and a gold powder paint on the inside, so as not to create an uncomfortable glaze for the user. Its five movable arcs can be rotated into the desired position, which gives this black table lamp a sense of fun and allows you to create the best composition to fit your modern home decor. A versatile piece, that can be used in almost any room of your house, this brass desk lamp looks its best when placed in a modern home office or art deco inspired living room.
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