Masterfully designed residences with soaring ceilings, beautiful interiors, and stunning views – these are the key features of a perfect New York City home. Whether it’s panoramic skyline views thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows or a glimpse of Lady Liberty through oversized casement ones, New Yorkers have always desired a view of their favorite city from the comfort of home. Below are five residences that boast multi-views of the contours of the city that never sleeps.
The 33-story tower Vandewater, designed inside and out by the celebrated INC Architecture & Design, features residences ranging from studios to four bedrooms. Thanks to preserved views in every direction past the 20th floor at Vandewater, these luxury homes boast impressive views of the George Washington Bridge, Hudson River, downtown Manhattan and beyond.
Listed for $3,975,000, Residence 26A is a three-bedroom home that features a gracious layout, stained white oak hardwood floors, and custom pewter door hardware throughout. Its oversized inswing casement windows command the incredible views of the Hudson River and beyond. In addition to its stunning interiors, Vandewater boasts 24,000 square feet of programmed indoor and outdoor space, including intimate private gardens designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates.
200 East 59th Street
All 67 residences at 200 East 59th Street residential tower are corner units and take advantage of the building’s expansive terraces that wrap around its 35 floors. To the north, the tower overlooks Central Park and the Upper East Side, and to the East, there are incredible views of the river and the Queensboro bridge.
Priced at $3.782 million, Residence 19D is designed by CetraRuddy. This spacious 1,523-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath half-floor corner home features 54 linear feet of terrace space with sweeping north and east views of the iconic Queensboro Bridge and East River. Residents have access to an amenities level with a double-height lounge, marble fireplace, furnished and landscaped terrace, fitness center and a private dining room with a catering kitchen for larger functions.
Front & York
Designed inside and out by celebrated architect Morris Adjmi, Front & York pays homage to the industrial and historic character of DUMBO, Brooklyn’s most coveted waterfront neighborhood.
Currently on the market for $3.75 million, Residence 8S is a light-filled two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom duplex home offering a gracious layout and immense divided light windows that frame expansive views to the west. The elegant and refined interiors are complete with chevron-patterned white oak flooring, lofty ceilings and top-of-the-line Gaggenau appliances, while the home’s private rooftop terrace is perfect for enjoying sunsets and the unmatched views of New York City skyline over the East River.
Waterline Square is a comprehensive new community joining Midtown with the Upper West Side. Designed by Pritzker prize-winning architecture firm Richard Meier & Partners Architects, One Waterline Square stands at the southernmost portion of the waterfront development site.
One Waterline Square’s Residence 27F is an expansive one-bedroom, one-bathroom home with southern exposure, showcasing sweeping skyline and Hudson River views from floor-to-ceiling windows so residents can enjoy the best of both worlds. The residence also features a custom Italian open-plan kitchen, generous closet space and an elegant five-fixture bathroom. Residence 27F is currently on the market for $2.9 million.
One United Nations Park
A collection of 148 gracious condominium residences at One United Nations Park boast sweeping views of the East River and Manhattan skyline.
Listed for $1,595,000, Residence 35J is a north-facing 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom home configured to maximize its outstanding views of the city and East River. Throughout the day and as the sun sets, the changing urban landscape provides a striking backdrop to daily life in this residence. Its ceilings are over nine feet and floor-to-ceiling windows allow for maximum openness and natural light. White oak floors are found in all residences and open kitchens boast white Calacatta Lincoln marble counters, Dornbracht fixtures and Gaggenau appliances clad in custom-crafted Italian white lacquer. Additionally, each residence at One United Nations Park is also equipped with a built-in Crestron ‘smart home’ system that regulates temperature, lighting and the motorized solar and blackout window shades. These functions, and the potential for others, are seamlessly controlled by residents through any iOS or Android device on the “Pyng” app.
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