Living in Manhattan is unlike residing in other place in the world, in the best possible sense. Haute Residence presents five splendid luxury residences in the Big Apple’s core, from a super modern pad along the Hudson, to a sophisticated, classy residence in midtown.
Now listed for $13.175 million, apartment #14B in Tribeca’s Skyloft Condominium—which overlooks the Hudson River—offers 4,120 square feet of sumptuous living space.
Among its many spectacular features are oversized custom double-pane steel casement windows, a state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen, custom rift-cut oak millwork paneling and pocket doors, diamond-polished concrete, and eight-inch walnut floors.
Tucked in an exclusive building in Carnegie Hill, this rare, pre-war condo is minutes away from the Museum Mile and a slew of other great Upper East Side sites.
Presently asking $12.9 million, the 3,335-square-foot residence features four bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, and a gorgeous open floor plan sweetened by Central Park and reservoir views.
Measuring in at 2,219 square feet, this beautiful home in Tribeca—rentable for $14,500 a month—features 10.5-foot ceilings, blonde wide-planked wood floors, and wonderful crown moldings paired with raised panel solid core doors.
Its living room’s pièce de résistance is without a doubt an exquisite fireplace.
Located in a building along 57th Street, close to the East River, this traditional, move-in-ready home features two bedrooms and two baths, along with a fireplace-endowed living room.
Once the address of numerous icons including Marilyn Monroe, Bill Blass, and Bobby Short, the pet-friendly condominium enjoys pleasant views from its large picture windows, which face onto a tree-lined street.
Sited along Hudson Street, this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath condo—currently on the market for $4.25 million—features 11-foot, four-inch ceilings and five oversized picture windows facing Laight Street.
The home’s master suite features a sumptuous bath and spacious walk-in closet. Other features of the condo—which rests in a part-time doorman building—include five-inch Brazilian walnut floors, a large laundry room with an Electrolux washer/dryer, and three honed original concrete pillars, not to mention central air conditioning.