25 Park Row
25 Park Row
A timeless residential tower joins the architectural icons surrounding historic City Hall Park. Every condominium residence enjoys exquisite amenities and unmatched views over the park. Sweeping panoramas include the Hudson River, the Woolworth Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade, and the splendor of all there is at the center of the New Downtown.
Three Bedrooms from $4,150,000
35 Hudson Yards
35 Hudson Yards
Live Where it all Comes Together
The tallest residential building at Hudson Yards, 35 Hudson Yards is a remarkable 92-story limestone and glass tower designed by David Childs / Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP.
Three Bedrooms from $6,125,000
Four Bedrooms from $10,750,000
Five Bedrooms from $16,895,000
Full Floor Penthouse Pricing Upon Request
88 & 90 Lex
88 & 90 Lexington Avenue
Loft-Like Condos Moments From Madison Square Park. 88&90 Lexington is the happy coupling of two buildings in the heart of Manhattan, reimagined by architects Workshop/APD. Residences offer loft-like layouts, high ceilings, oversized windows, and access to every lifestyle amenity, including a swimming pool, fitness studio, and playroom.
Two Bedrooms from $2,595,000
Three Bedrooms from $3,300,000
Four Bedrooms from $4,995,000
Three Bedrooms Maisonettes from $2,850,000
130 William Street
Developed by Lightstone, 130 William is designed by the award-winning visionary architect Sir David Adjaye. Working in collaboration with Hill West Architects, Adjaye Associates has created a sophisticated and expressive design that will redefine the lower Manhattan skyline.
Studios SOLD OUT
1 BRs SOLD OUT
Two Bedrooms from $3,575,990
Three Bedrooms from $3,495,990
Four Bedrooms from $5,855,990
Loggias and Penthouses from $6,890,990
Fifteen Hudson Yards
15 Hudson Yards
The first residences at Hudson Yards - be a part of it
Two Bedrooms from $6,800,000
Three Bedrooms from $5,495,000
Four Bedrooms from $9,975,000
Duplex Penthouse Pricing Available Upon Request
110 Charlton Street
Greenwich West, located at 110 Charlton Street, offers comfortably chic residences within a rare combination of Downtown lifestyle and Uptown services and amenities. As conceived by an acclaimed Parisian design team, the building draws its inspiration from 20th century French industrial design, and its historic pedigree continues down tree-lined Charlton Street through the neighborhoods of Soho, Tribeca, and West Village. Greenwich West offers breathtaking views of the Hudson River, city skyline, and a truly special Downtown location.
One to Three Bedrooms from $1,800,000
Terraced Residences from $2,822,200
East Side Manhattan
40 East End
40 East End Avenue
40 East End is a boutique condominium with 29 residences. In this dynamic collaboration with Deborah Berke Partners and Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel Architects, the condominium status quo with distinctive individual residences designed to be true homes. The suite of amenities includes: The Library, a graciously furnished refuge for out-of-office work or simply connecting with friends; The Game Room with foosball, billiards, table tennis and darts to bring all ages together; and Fitness Center.
Three Bedrooms from $4,735,990
Townhouse at $9,945,990
Penthouses from $9,985,990
180 East 88th Street
180 East 88th Street
Luxury Condominiums Rising High Above the Upper East Side in Carnegie Hill. 180 East 88th Street reinvigorates and reimagines a pre-war aesthetic with exceptionally tall ceiling heights of up to 14'-2", making room for 9' tall tilt-turn windows within a classic hand set masonry facade. Above-grade amenities include dedicated spaces for basketball, soccer, fitness, play, convenience, pleasure and entertainment.
Lofts from $1,295,000
Two Bedrooms from $3,525,000
Three Bedrooms from $5,225,000
Final Duplex from $15,000,000
Full-Floors from $16,000,000
Penthouse pricing upon request
200 East 94th Street
Developed by Related and with superior amenities reimagined by Robert A. M. Stern Architects, Carnegie Park exemplifies the impressive and intimate moments of its charmed Carnegie Hill surroundings, offering residents the views and amenities of a contemporary high-rise tower while providing the sanctuary of a private half-acre park and moments away from Central Park.
Three to Four-Bedrooms from $3,750,000
One United Nations Park
695 First Avenue
One United Nations Park is situated in a prominent Manhattan location, just south of the United Nations Headquarters. Designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects and executed by Solow Building Company, this iconic 43-story residential tower is clad in black glass, a Solow trademark. The striking 460-foot high tower is comprised of 148 one-to-four bedroom condominiums on the top 16 floors. Residences feature breathtaking views of New York City and the East River.
Two Bedrooms from $2,350,000
Three Bedrooms from $3,395,000
Duplex from $3,995,000
West Side Manhattan
The Park Loggia
15 West 61st Street
The Park Loggia at 15 West 61st Street, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, is the latest iconic achievement in New York’s most coveted location. The Park Loggia translates its timeless pleasures – open space, natural light, expansive views, finely crafted finishes, elegant contemporary design, and all-encompassing amenities – into a lifestyle that is focused on bringing the best of the best of New York City to its residents.
One Bedrooms from $2,200,000
Two Bedrooms from $3,300,000
Three Bedrooms from $4,450,000
Terraced Residences from $4,900,000
11 Hoyt Street
11 Hoyt is a 57-story condominium tower located at the intersection of Downtown Brooklyn and tree-lined brownstone Brooklyn. 11 Hoyt boasts a world-class design pedigree that features architecture by Studio Gang, interiors by Michaelis Boyd, and landscape design by Hollander Design Landscape Architects. 11 Hoyt’s 481 studio to four-bedroom condominium residences are anchored by more than 55,000 square feet of exclusive indoor and outdoor amenities, including abundant spaces for recreation, relaxation, and entertaining.
Studios from $795,000
One Bedrooms from $1,515,000
Two Bedrooms from $1,725,000
Three Bedrooms from $1,965,000
Four Bedrooms from $3,700,000
Penthouses from $3,900,000
Research And Insight From
Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
Second Quarter 2022 Market Highlights:
TOTAL CONTRACTS SIGNED
Second Best Spring Since 2015 for Contracts Signed in Manhattan
Just over 4,000 contracts were signed during Second Quarter 2022. Manhattan had a strong quarter for contracts signed on a historical basis. However, sales did decline from last year's record high.
YEAR-OVER-YEAR INVENTORY DECLINE
Inventory Remained at a Six-Year Low
Inventory hit 11,570 units, including listed and shadow inventory. This was the fourth consecutive quarter that real inventory was lower than the year prior, which hasn't happened since 2013.
SECOND HALF 2022 FORECASTED UNITS OPENING
2022 to See More Units Introduced than 2021
The second half of 2022 could see another 1,400 units hit the market within 25 sites, including the anticipated launch of Sutton Tower (420 East 58th Street) and 450 Washington. This would bring the 2022 total to over 2,000 net new unit introductions, which is 24% more than 2021.