Bad Bunny’s recent $150,000 monthly 4-bedroom rental in NYC has turned heads, sparking conversations about abundant living. However, he’s not alone in seeking a lavish footprint in the city. A surge in demand for larger living spaces has given rise to new developments, both condos and rentals, offering a taste of the high life in the heart of the Big Apple.
Post-pandemic, the trend of living large has taken root as urban dwellers seek more from their homes, serving both as a workspace and a sanctuary. Compass Development Marketing Group notes a notable increase in the incorporation of 4-bedroom layouts in new developments, particularly in the Upper East Side (UES) and Upper West Side (UWS). Even buyers from the suburbs, accustomed to spacious homes, are now opting for 4-5 bedroom apartments, unwilling to compromise on space.
Several new buildings cater to this growing demand, offering luxurious 4-bedroom apartments that redefine opulence in the city.
Anagram Columbus Circle
Situated on Billionaire’s Row, Anagram Columbus Circle involved the conversion of a former office building into a 340-foot-tall residential tower. The 4-bedroom apartments, renting for over $26,000 per month, come with a thoughtful amenity package spanning 13,000 square feet. The project is set to complete its final phased construction in 2024.
Overlooking the West Village waterfront, The Keller, a former hotel turned condominium building, offers striking new residences. A 4-bedroom unit is currently listed for an impressive $9,750,000, providing indoor and outdoor amenities with breathtaking river views.
Comprising three buildings, Waterline Square is a rental-condo mix that enlisted a star-studded lineup of architects to design its elegant towers. A 4-bedroom rental in Two Waterline Square is listed for $38,070, while a condo in One Waterline Square has an asking price of $15,100,000. These residences showcase the epitome of luxury living.
Designed by ODA Architecture, The Harper, located on the Upper East Side, offers a generous 4-bedroom layout for $5,975,000. With family-friendly amenities, including an artist and maker studio, children’s playroom, music studio, private recording room, and a rooftop lounge, it caters to those with elegance and functionality.
A collaboration between renowned architects, Robert A.M. Stern and Olson Kundig, The Cortland in West Chelsea features 4 and 5-bedroom apartments with eight-figure asking prices. Boasting industrial charm reflected in its facade, the building offers an array of amenities, from a climbing wall to two pools. Five and four-bedroom apartments are listed online with eight-figure asking prices.
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