As we enter the busy spring homebuying season, buyers are seeking out homes that not only feature layouts with beautiful finishes and amenities but also offer urban living near some of New York’s most scenic parks. From Central Park to Prospect Park, these residential buildings feature stunning views of some of the most famous green spaces in the city. If you are looking for your next home in NYC, make sure to check out this list of the most luxurious residential buildings that feature the best park views, are located steps from New York City’s most renowned green spaces, or even boast public parks of their very own.
Developed by Adam America Real Estate and Northlink Capital, The Westly is located in one of Manhattan’s most iconic neighborhoods and is nestled between both Central Park and Riverside Park.
The Westly features 52 residences consisting of two- to five-bedroom homes, with select homes offering private outdoor terraces. The residences range in size from approximately 1,252 to 3,524 square feet, with asking prices starting at approximately $2.625 million for a two-bedroom to $13.5 million for a five-bedroom home. SERHANT., the multidimensional real estate brokerage founded by Ryan Serhant of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York, is handling the marketing and sales for The Westly.
145 Central Park North
145 Central Park North sits directly on Central Park in the iconic neighborhood of Harlem. Developed by Grid Group Development and designed by GLUCK+, the building offers just 37 stunning residences in 1- to 4-bedroom layouts. Every home blends high-end finishes with contemporary design themes, and each one boasts captivating unobstructed views of Central Park. The marketing and sales are being handled by SERHANT. and Nest Seekers International.
Nestled in uptown Manhattan between Central Park and the Harlem River, HUXLEY is a boutique condominium brought to life by experienced New York City-based firms Workshop DA and Wonder Works. Beneath a gorgeous travertine façade, the building offers 71 beautifully appointed homes in spacious open plan studio to 3-bedroom layouts. The marketing and sales are being handled by SERHANT.
Quay Tower is steps from Brooklyn Bridge Park, a stunning green space that sits at the mouth of the East River and overlooks the Lower Manhattan skyline. Picnic lawns, recreational fields, playgrounds, and landscaped walking, running, and biking paths unfurl across 85 acres and several reclaimed piers. To be enjoyed all year round, the park hosts events, greenmarkets, and a private marina. Situated directly on the waterfront and rising thirty stories high, the harbor and city views from Quay Tower are truly unique. The marketing and sales are being handled by SERHANT.
Designed inside and out by the celebrated INC Architecture & Design, Vandewater is nestled between some of the city’s most renowned green spaces including Morningside Park, Riverside Park, and Sakura Park. Located in one of New York City’s most vibrant and intellectually lively neighborhoods, the 33-story tower offers residences ranging from studios to four bedrooms. Vandewater boasts its own landscaped terrace and intimate private gardens by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, inspired by the cultivated natural designs of Frederick Law Olmsted, architect of Central Park.
One Prospect Park West
Perched on the northwest corner of Prospect Park, One Prospect Park West boasts 600 acres of green space just outside its doors. Originally built in 1925 by the Knights of Columbus, the historic building is being carefully renovated and converted by developer Sugar Hill Capital Partners into a rare new condominium overlooking Grand Army Plaza. The first residential building designed by Workstead, the renowned Brooklyn-based design studio, One Prospect Park West offers 64 residences with over 40 unique floor plans. Residences feature picturesque views of the New York City skyline and lush Prospect Park while placing residents mere minutes from the verdant urban oasis.
Waterline Square is an iconic collection of three residential buildings along the Hudson River where Midtown meets the Upper West Side. Each of the three towers faces the beautiful Waterline Square Park designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects. Spanning nearly three acres, the park is complete with water features, lush plantings, walking paths and a playground, creating a verdant view and serene retreat.
No. 33 Park Row
No. 33 Park Row, the first residential project in New York City designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, overlooks lower Manhattan’s historic City Hall Park. The building’s 30 homes feature stunning wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the park. No. 33 Park Row has Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners signature copper screen fins along the building’s exterior that evoke the iconic fins on the exterior of the Pompidou Centre in Paris and One Hyde Park in London.
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