If you’re looking for stunning sights from your kitchen sink, check out some luxury residential buildings in NYC. These Manhattan homes provide the perfect opportunity to craft culinary masterpieces while admiring stunning views of the city. Whether you choose to impress friends or simply enjoy your own creative expression, cooking in these residences is sure to be a delightful experience.
200 Amsterdam is the tallest new residential skyscraper on the Upper West Side. Designed by Elkus Manfredi, this 52-story luxury condominium features interiors by CetraRuddy and a total of 112 residences, including eight full-floor homes and two penthouse duplexes.
Light and airy is the theme at 200 Amsterdam’s $9,950,000 residence 38B. The well-appointed kitchen is framed with expansive windows that overlook views of Central Park, the Upper West Side and the Hudson River. The Lincoln Square location is just a few blocks from Lincoln Center’s theaters, Broadway’s shopping corridor and is surrounded by neighborhood favorites like Cafe Luxembourg and Magnolia Bakery.
Located in Manhattan’s Financial District, Jolie on Greenwich is a LEED-certified tower with 90 luxury condominiums and breathtaking water views. Design visionaries Deborah Berke Partners and FXCollaborative created the building’s artful interiors.
Floor-to-ceiling windows are a stunning feature at Jolie at 77 Greenwich. The lavish kitchen at the $3,195,000 Residence 16A boasts river views. The building is just moments from The Battery, South Cove Park, Brookfield Place, South Street Seaport and Battery Park City.
565 Broome Street
565 Broome SoHo, the luxury condominium designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano, is the first luxury residential ZeroWaste Building in New York City.
Views are one of the main attractions at this SoHo condo. Unit 26A is a $7,750,000 home that boasts stunning 360 views and floor-to-ceiling north and west-facing windows that frame the Hudson River.
138 East 50th Street, officially named The Centrale, is a residential building in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. This NYC condo consists of 124 condominium residences and 7,500 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Natural light floods into The Centrale from all corners, framing views of Manhattan and Central Park. Floor-to-ceiling windows inside the kitchen of the $8,385,000 Residence 65 offer iconic landmark views such as Central Park, the Chrysler Building, and the East River.
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