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: 781 Fifth Avenue MEZZANINE
Type/Size: Co-op; 9,000 square feet; five bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms
This massive apartment is in the Sherry Netherland Hotel. The master suite alone is 2,000 square feet.
Address: 1112 Park Avenue #14C
Type/Size: Co-op; 2,100 square feet; two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms
This apartment is the perfect Classic Six on Park (complete with fussy floral furniture).
Address: 350 East 82nd Street #9DE
Type/Size: Condo; 1,650 square feet; three bedrooms and three bathrooms
The decor in this apartment is unusual, but it has all of the latest high-end appliances.
Address: 222 Hancock Street, Brooklyn
Type/Size: Townhouse; 4,630 square feet; eight bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms
The most beautiful home in Bed-Stuy? The home is currently configured as an owner’s triplex, with a rental on the bottom floor for extra income.
Address: 222 Central Park South #3
Type/Size: Co-op; 1,700 square feet; two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms
The Gainsborough Studios on Central Park South isn’t your typical billionaire apartment (thought it’s right next door to one). It was built for artists in 1908, and the giant windows in this duplex apartment are picture perfect indeed.
Address: 300 Central Park West #4D
Type/Size: Co-op; 3,150 square feet; three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms
The home was formerly owned by Bruce Willis (it also has very nice windows and is in the El Dorado).
Address: 50 Wooster Street #5N
Type/Size: Condo; 4,800 square feet; three bedrooms and three bathrooms
Everything in this apartment has been motorized, from the headboard (which you can move to face the fireplace or the balcony) to the colors of the wall in the dressing room. Read about it here.
Address: 75 Warren Street #TH
Type/Size: Townhouse; 10,114 square feet; five bedrooms, eight bathrooms
This very unusual home in Tribeca looks like Richard Serra made the walls (he didn’t).
Type/Size: Condo; 2,992 square feet; three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms
This apartment is perfect for anyone who enjoys the dramatic (sometimes terrifying) feel of DUMBO.
Address: 29 King Street #3D
Type/Size: Condo; 1,048 square feet; one bedroom, one bathroom
The building was originally a grammar school in 1886.