For many, making it in New York City is the ultimate goal. If you can survive in Manhattan, you can probably thrive anywhere. And for a lucky few, the Big Apple is the city where they thrive. If that’s you, add one of these gorgeous luxury apartments to your wish list. Check out five of the most luxury apartments on the market in Manhattan below.
5. 432 Park Avenue, the tallest building on the list of luxury apartments
This Midtown East property designed by star architect Rafael Viñoly is the tallest building in the western hemisphere. For six bedrooms (the most expansive option available), expect to drop at least $68.5 million. The 10-foot-tall windows provide views of Central Park and floods of natural light. Amenities include Jay Wright fitness experts for 1:1 training, a 75-foot long pool, spa, sauna, massage therapy rooms, and a Jacuzzi. Utilize the concierge service for anything from private charters to personal shopping to snatching up the most coveted tickets in town. Check the listing for a complete list of amenities — this description does not even scratch the surface.
4. 212 Fifth Avenue
Get more than 10,000 square feet, five bedrooms, and five full and three partial baths when you purchase The Crown Penthouse at 212 Fifth Avenue for $73.8 million. This historic masterpiece designed by Pembroke and Ives spans three floors with views of Central Park and downtown Manhattan. Perfect your golf game with the building’s golf simulator and now you can have the movie theater experience at home thanks to the screening room. Staff quarters are also available for purchase.
3. 1 Central Park South
In the list of luxury apartments a sumptuously designed and furnished corner penthouse, deemed the Castle in the Sky, sits atop the Plaza Residences and seeks a buyer for the one-of-a-kind luxury offered in the 12-room home. Having undergone a $20 million renovation, the duplex is now on the market for $50 million. The décor harkens back to the original grandeur of the French-Renaissance style with ceilings up to 35-feet-high — perfect for art collectors. Relax in the library as you take in the sweeping views of Central Park and the Grand Armory Plaza or host the ultimate dinner party in the formal dining room with wet bar.
2. 19 East 61st Street
Combine the convenience of condominium living with the status of a Manhattan Mansion at this $40 million residents. The Carlton Mansion is a five-story residence within The Carlton House. Located between Fifth and Madison, the property boasts a 65-foot indoor pool, fitness center with steam room, and 24-hour doorman and concierge. With nearly 10,000-square-feet, a custom chef’s kitchen by Clive Christian, and an entire floor dedicated to the master suite, this home has the bones for luxury and is just waiting for the right owner to bring in their architect and designer to fill out the home.
1. 641 Fifth Avenue
The Gucci Penthouse, as Sotheby’s has dubbed it, is located within the Olympic Tower. With 8,400 square-feet, this $35 million home features floor-to-ceiling windows across two floors showcasing Rockefeller Center, the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and views of the East River to the Hudson River. If you can tear your eyes away from the view, the home itself is equally impressive. A gorgeous library, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, gym, and eight bedrooms and bathrooms (including a sauna) make this home the ultimate in luxury.
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