Haute Residence presents a handful of spectacular high-rise homes for sale around the United States, from a jaw-dropping prewar condo in New York City, to an awesome waterfront rental along Miami Beach’s Millionaires’ Row.
Measuring in at 3,335 square feet, this rare, high-floor prewar condo—now on the market for $12.9 million—features four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths.
Other spaces include a grand living room; mahogany-paneled library; formal dining area; breakfast room; marble baths with traditional fixtures; and a kitchen with white wooden cabinetry and granite countertops. The opulent home also boasts oversized, thermal soundproof windows, a climate control system, and a large storage unit in the building.
Located in the coveted Millennium Place building along Washington Street, this one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath theater residence—now listed at an undisclosed price—overlooks Downtown Crossing.
Fine finishes include light oak hardwood floors, full-slab marble and granite countertops in its kitchen and baths, walnut cabinetry, and Hunter Douglas window coverings. Residents of the prized address enjoy access to a private big-screen theater, bar, exclusive dining room, multi-use residents’ lounge, and an in-house fitness center.
A two-level unit at 66 Bell, this 1,781-square-foot home—now asking $1.2 million—features two bedrooms and two baths, plus a gourmet kitchen with recycled glass counters; a large master suite with a spa-like bath; and exotic hardwood floors all throughout.
To boot, it’s topped with a private roof deck overlooking Elliott Bay and Olympic Mountain.
Spanning 2,967 square feet, this two-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath residence—listed at $3.5 million—boasts views of San Diego Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
Nestled on the 34th floor of the ritzy Pinnacle Museum Tower, the half-floor abode is blessed with 11-foot ceilings, wall-sized windows, a living room with an illuminated onyx bar, an artfully-designed powder room and home office, and dual master suites. An outdoor terrace—on top of two additional balconies—offer the finest alfresco living.
Located in Miami Beach’s The Residences at the Bath Club, this direct waterfront loft—now on the rental market for $25,000 a month—features three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths spanning 2,959 square feet of lavish living space.
Exotic details include baths dressed in Egyptian limestone; a powder room wrapped in Honey Onyx Mosaic imported from Turkey; mesquite wood floors; acid-washed concrete ceilings with exposed pipes; and Italian silver kitchen cabinetry with custom stainless-steel pieces and marble countertops.