No doubt, real estate in New York is on fire. Here, the hottest properties on the market to snatch up now.
THE DETAILS At 7,261 square feet, this Tribeca penthouse tops the list for luxury city living with rare outdoor spaces and sweeping views. The apartment has six bedrooms and 6 ½ baths, with three terraces plus a private rooftop. White oak floors flow throughout all three levels, the lowest of which houses the primary suite with a private terrace. Light is a priority here with enormous windows throughout—there are even windows in the closets to keep you in an Empire state of mind. 24 Leonard St., PH
THE DETAILS This six-floor brownstone nestled on the Upper East Side boasts 2,008 square feet, five bedrooms, six bathrooms, two half-bathrooms and what feels like endless entertaining space. Walnut cabinetry and Calacatta marble in the kitchen leads out to the fairy-tale-like garden through floor-to-ceiling sliding doors. Moving through the home is a dream, and with two wet bars and an outdoor kitchen, guests will never want to leave. 138 E. 65th St.
THE DETAILS Secluded and stately, this home brings a modern sophistication to Bridgehampton. Privately located on a cul-de-sac, the spectacular home sparkles in stone, steel and concrete. Marble floors and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the 15,000 square feet make the light-filled space serene. The entire family and more can fit, with 10 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Outside, the contemporary design continues with a pool featuring clean lines and an expansive back and side lawn. 88 Rose Way, Bridgehampton
THE DETAILS Located in the Sutton Place neighborhood, this 4,616-square-foot beauty has views all the way from Central Park to the East River. Even with a 38-foot-wide great room, five bedrooms and 6 ½ baths, the kitchen is the real jewel—boasting a 100-bottle wine fridge, three ovens and glass quartz countertops. The rest of the building has top-tier amenities, including an enormous catering kitchen and a gated porte cochere. 252 E. 57th St. , 62A
THE DETAILS This penthouse in the West Village showcases impressive architectural details and breathtaking design. Space abounds, with 3,844 square feet and a large kitchen plus hidden access to the rooftop pool and Jacuzzi. Four bedrooms and four bathrooms are spread throughout the two levels with walnut flooring throughout. Showstopping moments are showcased in the living spaces, such as artful columns and a glass atrium dining room. 385 W. 12th St. , PHW
THE DETAILS Enterr this beautiful three-bedroom, 3 ½-bathroom home through a private glass entrance on the incredibly sought-after Fifth Avenue. Built in 1917, the interiors have been redone by renowned designer Tony Ingrao. The abode comes fully furnished complete with a billiards game room and a kitchen with Glassos countertops and a wine cooler. White oak floors lead to the bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms. 927 Fifth Ave., 1N
THE DETAILS From Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Rogers of Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners comes his first residential property in New York, No. 33 Park Row in the Financial District. The building’s penthouse is 3,635 square feet, with an extra 596 square feet of terrace. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two half-bathrooms and a Tundra Gray marble island in the kitchen pair with wall-to-wall floor-to-ceiling windows looking over City Hall Park. 33 Park Row, PH1
THE DETAILS On the 75th floor of the Time Warner Center is this 4,540-square-foot retreat overlooking Manhattan. It has 180-degree views of Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and more through floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchen can be open concept or closed off, and the primary of five bedrooms has two marble en suite bathrooms, with four more in the home. Herringbone floors throughout and a wood-paneled library lend the residence a warm, welcoming feel. Residents have access to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel’s amenities for luxury living that is truly top tier. 25 Columbus Circle, 75CE
THE DETAILS For elegant city living with plenty of room for a family, this home on the Upper West Side is a dream. Six stories tall plus a finished basement, it houses six possible bedrooms, five bathrooms, three half-bathrooms and four outdoor spaces. Nineteenth-century details are still alive, and the exterior features original stained-glass windows. Residents will never want to leave, especially with the media room stocked with a wet bar and ultrasuede walls blocking out sound. Also a smart home equipped with a Savant automated system, this is modern luxury living at its best. 326 W. 80th St.
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