The 22 Most Epic NYC Apartments on the Market Right Now
Indoor pools and fire pits for all!
Living in New York is insanely expensive--especially if you have an indoor pool, a panoramic view of Central Park and a private rooftop forest.
Even if you don’t have the $86 million (well, not right now) to score one of these beautiful chunks of urban real estate, drooling doesn’t cost a thing.
So check out these 22 architectural masterpieces, then try to pick your jaw up off the floor.
UPPER WEST SIDE, $22.5 MILLION
For only $22 mill, you could be lounging by your rooftop fire pit right now.
TRIBECA, $18.9 MILLION
Imagine waking up to this view.
UNION SQUARE, $6 MILLION
Floor-to-ceiling built-in bookshelves? Swooonnnn?
THE HIGH LINE, $25 MILLION
Why go to the McCarren Park pool when you could just live here?
WEST VILLAGE, $13.1 MILLION
So much marble…
LENOX HILL, $28 MILLION
Oh, your stone terrace doesn’t have a bunch of giant trees on it?
UPPER EAST SIDE, $34.9 MILLION
Marble bust and paintings of dudes somersaulting sold separately. (We think.)
CENTRAL PARK SOUTH, $86 MILLION
Those ceilings are probably super hard to dust, anyway.
UPPER EAST SIDE, $35 MILLION
An apartment just isn’t a home without marble hallway statues.
UPPER EAST SIDE, $12.3 MILLION
For when you want to pretend to be Martha Stewart.
WEST VILLAGE, $12.3 MILLION
Whatever, our garage totally has framed art in it, too.
MIDTOWN WEST, $21 MILLION
Imagine sipping mimosas on this majestic roof garden.
WEST VILLAGE, $17.9 MILLION
Indoor weeping willow trees are totally in our budget.
MIDTOWN EAST, $18.8 MILLION
If we had this view, we’d never watch Netflix again.
TRIBECA, $19.9 MILLION
If we learn to play the piano, can we live here?
WEST VILLAGE, $11.5 MILLION
OK, this is getting ridiculous. This shower is larger than our bedroom.
UPPER WEST SIDE, $25.7 MILLION
If we had this pool on the roof, we might actually get up early to swim some laps. (Maybe.)
CENTRAL PARK WEST, $10.3 MILLION
Invite ten of your closest friends over for brunch.
CENTRAL PARK WEST, $31 MILLION
Sure, you could buy a poster of Central Park, or you could drop $31 million and hang out in this living room all day.
MIDTOWN EAST, $19.5 MILLION
Doesn’t everyone’s bathroom have three chandeliers and a fireplace in it?
TRIBECA, $33.5 MILLION
Why settle for one dining table when you could have two?
MIDTOWN EAST, $79 MILLION
And of course, no obscenely expensive penthouse is complete without a random rowboat (?!?) in the living room.