New York City
Spotted on Elliman, this four bedroom, three and a half bath luxury duplex penthouse is located on Duane Street in Tribeca, Manhattan, New York City.
A private elevator, double height living and dining room with massive skylight, a top of the line kitchen and a fully landscaped private roof top terrace make this apartment “the ultimate in luxury, comfort and convenience”.
Spotted on Sotheby’s, this solid cement and steel industrial-style loft condominium is located on the divide between Soho and Tribeca in Manhattan, New York city, USA.
According to the broker, “at 45+/- feet wide, the loft offers a rare, nearly square layout allowing for 3 ample sized bedrooms located in a rear bedroom wing and providing a division of space between living and sleeping quarters.
The loft has a very open and authentic feel, enhanced by the original character of the whitewashed brick walls, cement columns and tall beamed ceilings.”
In 2009, architectural studio Turett Collaborative Architects has completed the 2 North Moore project located in New York City, USA.
This exclusive 11,500 square foot contemporary home is made of a new six story structure attached to a renovated historic two story brick building and features a cool indoor lap pool on its sixth floor!
Spotted on Core, this 1800 square foot two bedroom, two bath, apartment located in Chelsea, New York City, USA, features “surreal, retro industrial, and steampunk elements.
Upon entering this semi-private building, you are greeted with a submarine style front entry, complete with keypad locking system and working porthole.
The chef’s kitchen is furnished with high-end appliances and stainless steel countertops that allow for easy entertaining.
Spotted on Elliman, these two beautiful lofts are situated in the same building on Greewich Street in Tribeca, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City, USA.
The first loft, located on the fourth floor, has 3.428 square feet of interior space, with two bedrooms and one and a half bath.
In the 1960s, architect Paul Rudolph transformed this 19th-century carriage house located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side in New York city, USA, into a four story modern home.
According to Architectural Digest, the residence, “commissioned by a real-estate lawyer, was later sold to fashion designer Halston, who used the living room to host bacchanals for his famous friends.
By admin • Dec 24, 2011
Rising above Manhattan and the East River, and overlooking the U.N., The Trump World Tower at United Nations Plaza is one of the most luxurious residential towers in the world.
If you are looking for a funky Pied-a-Terre in New York City, look no more!
This 6,500 square foot three story condo is hidden behind the classical facade of a 25-foot limestone mansion built at the turn of the 19th century.