At the top of the more exclusive list this week sits an unbelievably stunning 16 room co-op Lenox Hill duplex at 795 Fifth Avenue #30/31. An exquisite Peter Marino designed interior renovation, this apartment features all around views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. Entertaining rooms include a grand corner living room, formal dining room, and remarkable library. Hardwood floors, high ceilings, and custom designed details include modern technology and lighting systems. The residence’s five bedrooms include two massive Master Bedroom Suites (one on each floor) with custom paneled dressing rooms, roomy sitting areas, and lavish marble baths. Other areas include a wood-paneled gallery on each level, additional library upstairs, a staff room on the main floor, five baths, two half baths, and kitchen with large walk in pantry. Building offers white-glove amenities such as concierge, gym, housekeeping, and elevator. Listed by Serena Boardman at Sotheby’s International Realty for the asking price of $70,000,000.
An incredible five-story townhouse with eleven units and an elevator is located at 3 East 63rd Street just off of Fifth Avenue. This incredible 35 room pre-war building was erected in 1910 and its 11,250 square feet of space has potential for a condominium or single family residence renovation. Roof-top addition has been approved for landmark preservation commission. Offered by Isabel Biderman at Corcoran for the asking price of $27,000,000.
This five bedroom, five bath Lenox Hill penthouse is perched at the top of The Tourine, situated at 132 East 65th Street. A striking new boutique condominium, this two-floor home is the last sponsor unit available. With five bedrooms, five spa-like baths, and one half bath, this condo offers north, east, and west exposures with skyline views. Gourmet eat-in kitchen provides state of the art cooking with Gaggenau appliances, white Italian marble, and subzero refrigerator. Other living areas include coffered ceilings throughout, a grand living room with gas fireplace, family room, formal dining room, and windowed laundry area. Top of the line building amenities include resident’s wine cellar, fitness center, marble lobby, concierge, library, and landscaped rooftop terrace with fireplace. Listed at Douglas Elliman by Vincent Santoro. Asking price $$17,500,000.
This beautiful Yorkville Co-op studio sits at the most affordable end of this week’s list at 523 East 84th Street, #1B. On the first floor of a boutique pre-war building, this recently renovated apartment offers a sleek kitchen with black cabinets, granite countertops, breakfast bar, and stainless steel appliances. High ceilings and refinished hardwood floors, and an arched doorway add charm. Building has live-in management, common laundry room, bike storage, and additional storage is available for a small fee. Offered at Corcoran by Kimberlee Knecht. Asking price is $310,000.
This Lenox Hill coop is situated at 205 East 63rd Street #14H. An extra large studio apartment boasts a sleeping alcove, separate kitchen, dining area/foyer, extra closet space, and large windows. Parquet hardwood floors. Building offers live in management, full time doorman, laundry in building, elevator, and garage parking. Listed at Kleier Residential by Lisa Tainiter for the asking price of $315,000.
A lovely Upper East Side studio sits just steps from John Jay Park at 516 East 78th Street #3H. Completely renovated, this 450 square foot studio provides large windows with built in shelves, incredible storage in French door closet, separate windowed kitchen with track lighting, dishwasher, subzero refrigerator, Viking stove, and washer/dryer in the unit! Bathroom updated with Waterwork fixtures and Italian tiles. Building has live in management and flexible sublet policy. For sale by Alan Louie at Citi Habitats for $325,000.