This Upper West Side home shows off Central and Riverside parks, in addition to having access to a 75-foot saltwater pool, dedicated spa and private club. The building also offers memberships for all residents to Lincoln Center. $21 million, 212.635.2000, SJP Properties.
Centered in Tribeca, certain residences of the tower boast private terraces overlooking the cityscape and river far below. The building was redesigned by world renowned architect Thierry Despont. $29.85 million, Stan Ponte and Joshua Judge, 212.418.1222,
Madison Square Park Tower handles everyday requests to make life easier; the team has acquired Hamilton seats, VIP tickets to Art Basel Miami and the best table at Eleven Madison Park. London-based designer Martin Brudnizki crafted every apartment with a different layout in every space. $77.7 million, Noble Black, 212.777.4522, Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Floor-to-ceiling windows give an unobstructed view of some of New York’s most iconic spots. Residing above the Park Hyatt, this building contains some luxurious amenities including a library with an aquarium and a music room overlooking Carnegie Hall. $27.1 million, 212.570.1700.
Designed by the award-winning architects at Beyer Blinder Belle, 11 floors of boutique residences and three levels of leisure and private amenities take luxury to new heights. Interiors were inspired by the heyday of Manhattan apartment design with art deco elements, and the large terrace on the penthouse floor allows for vistas of Central Park. $45 million, 212.583.1010.
Rooms in One United Nations Park are painted in earth tones to complement the wood, glass and stone surfaces.
Overlooking St. Vartan Park and the East River, One United Nations Park prioritizes privacy from the outside world. The specially designed tinted windows block outsiders from looking into the building but appear transparent to those on the inside. Select residences also have private elevators and heightened ceilings to allow even more light into the rooms. $7.15 million, 212.685.7200.