Dream Home | Downtown NYC Penthouse

downtown nyc penthouse living room

Today’s Dream Home resides in the city that never sleeps: New York, New York. Listed for sale at $9.9MM, this West 18th Street penthouse apartment includes 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and top-of-the-line finishes and appliances. Priced at $2,766 per square foot of living space, it may not be the most bang for your buck in terms of size – but you won’t get NYC skyline views like this from the burbs. Topped off with a private elevator and private rooftop terrace, the apartment is also in a building that features a 24-hr doorman, gym, and pool. See the listing here.

downtown nyc penthouse bathroom
ny downtown penthouse terrace


Dream Home | Central Park West

nyc central park west apartment living room

There are few more sought after urban views than apartments overlooking Central Park NYC. Currently listed by Sotheby’s Real Estate for $11.95M, the future owners of this Central Park West residence will take a private elevator up to a 3 bedroom 3 bathroom duplex with direct views of the park. The bedrooms are located upstairs and on the first floor there is a kitchen, dining room, living room, butler’s pantry, maid’s room, and gallery (which we presume is another word for fancy hallway). Only about four million bucks per bedroom, and don’t forget to tip the doorman during the holidays.

multi-million $ view…
nyc apartment central park view
bedroom with more park views…
nyc apartment bedroom central park view

$60M NYC Penthouse

nyc penthouse time warner center

It’s no mystery that real estate is quite pricey in New York City, but what will $60M buy you in terms of an apartment? This one of a kind penthouse is listed for that amount by Sotheby’s and sits atop the Time Warner Center in midtown Manhattan, overlooking Columbus Circle and Central Park. With four bedrooms and 6.5 baths the apartment sprawls across 4,000 Sq Ft, which means each square foot will cost you $15,000 – what a bargain! I wonder if they’ll knock off a million if they take those scary statues with them.

The View Ain’t too Shabby…

nyc penthouse time warner center view