Brooklyn Heights Serenity: 2 Grace Court, 3D

Today, we’re taking a reprieve from our usual approach of focusing on jaw-dropping homes that feel as though they’ve descended from the heavens. Instead, we’re taking a look at an apartment that will have a far broader audience due to its scale and price.  But don’t think for a moment that this is a run-of-the-mill residence; far from it.  Located in the affluent neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights, Apartment 3D at ...

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205 West 89th Street, 6-RS

Think Creamsicle.  Yes, the summer popsicle that combines an orange sherbert outer shell with a vanilla ice cream inner core.  Imagine it melting over your fingers as you walk into this whimsical living room awash in bright orange paint.  The ceiling beams, painted in a contrasting white, criss-cross the room and clones the look of this Good Humor favorite.  This exquisite designer home plays much like a performance piece as you ...

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625 Park Avenue, 4th Floor

By our definition a dressing room is a closet that can fit furnishings.  Well, this Park Avenue dressing room is so damn big it could actually eat up most studio apartments.  Stupendous by anyone’s standards, this dressing room is enviable even in the noblest of circles.  A center island dresser with an overhead chandelier, deep crown moldings with coved lighting and a wall of custom millwork would cause anyone with ...

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Art Deco Cool in Historic Soho – 459 West Broadway, 4-S

Trendy SoHo has never been short on eye-popping lofts. But even those who’ve seen the best of the neighborhood will pause at the sight of 4-S in 459 West Broadway. Designed by the architectural firm Case Development and decorated by the interior design firm Steffen Design Studios, this is a home that’s been made to dazzle.  And dazzle it does.  459 West Broadway is a landmarked turn-of-the century six-story loft building ...

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Highest and lowest priced closed sales for Manhattan Apartments (Week of March 1, 2020)

The highest recorded closed price for a Manhattan apartment for the first week of March was $9.7 million for unit 7-A at 30 East 71st Street, a magnificent prewar at the southeast corner of Madison Avenue and 71st Street.  Talk about a prime location. There are three distinct sections to this grand ten-room residence, the living and entertaining area, the bedroom wing and the greater kitchen area.  To no one’s surprise, ...

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