The 13 best properties to hit the market this week

Think you’ve seen everything that’s out there to buy? Thankfully in New York there’s always more beautiful apartments to drool over/purchase (if you’re lucky). Take a look at these lovely properties that just hit the market.


Address: 7 East 69th Street

Price: $29,900,000

Type/Size: Townhouse; 7,600 square feet; six bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms 

The front and rear balconies of this gaudy home offer views of Central Park.


Address: 11 North Moore Street 10THFLOOR

Price: $29,995,000

Type/Size: Condo; 7,060 square feet; five bedrooms and five bathrooms 

The 3,800-square foot roof terrace features its own private pool.


Address: 128 West 88th Street

Price: $8,995,000

Type/Size: Townhouse; 4,800 square feet; five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms 

An entire floor of this five-story townhouse is devoted to entertaining (there’s even a music room).


Address: 38 Prince Street

Price: $25,000,000

Type/Size: Townhouse; 8,069 square feet; seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms

The home was formerly the west wing of the Old Saint Patrick’s School and Convent.


Address: 39 Fifth Avenue #PHB

Price: $10,500,000

Type/Size: Co-op; three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms

The home currently belongs to star interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent.


Address: 1 Central Park South #2009

Price: $49,950,000

Type/Size: Condo; 6,319 square feet; four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms

This apartment, atop the Plaza, was the subject of a dispute in 2011 when the Russian billionaire who bought it, Andrei Vavilov, found it too “attic-like” and tried to get out of the deal.


Address: 555 Park Avenue MAISONETTE

Price: $7,995,000

Type/Size: Co-op; 4,000 square feet; four bedrooms and five bathrooms

This ground-floor duplex has its own private entrance.


Address: 275 West 10th Street #4A

Price: $7,150,000

Type/Size: Condo; 2,932 square feet; four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms 

The extremely large windows in the apartment are triple-paned and landmarked.


Address: 300 East 77th Street #27/28B

Price: $8,750,000

Type/Size: Condo; 4,254 square feet;

The grand marble staircase leads to the master bedroom (and maybe 1985).


Address: 969 Fifth Avenue #4THFL

Price: $4,900,000

Type/Size: Co-op; two bedrooms and two bathrooms 

The corner living room faces the park and has four magnificent picture windows.


Address: 51 West 83rd Street

Price: $14,800,000

Type/Size: Townhouse; 6,300 square feet; six bedrooms and eight bathrooms 

The home has two levels of gardens, including a Japanese rock garden.


Address: 481 Washington Street #2S

Price: $5,800,000

Type/Size: Condo;2,919 square feet; three bedrooms and three bathrooms 

The building was a former spice warehouse (which is also its current name) and the apartment features a lot of the original details like cast-iron columns and crown moldings.


Address: 136 East 79th Street #8B

Price: $6,500,000

Type/Size: Co-op; four bedrooms and three bathrooms 

The apartment has a private elevator landing.