The New York real estate market has always been hot, but 2018 looks to have more premier homes to offer buyers and renters than ever before. From Manhattan to Brooklyn, the NYC luxury real estate market has exploded, with some of the city’s most elegant, amenity-packed, and impeccably designed homes hitting the market this year.
If you’re looking for a new home in New York, put these buildings on your must-see list:
Soho’s western edge has long been full of desirable development opportunities, but few residential buildings have had the chance to build in this hot downtown neighborhood. 70 Charlton has enjoyed that very opportunity, however, adding luxe Workshop/APD-designed homes and amenities ranging from a state-of-the-art fitness center to a landscaped courtyard to this section of Soho.
Extell’s soaring Brooklyn Point tower, the final piece of the developer’s City Point complex, will change Downtown Brooklyn forever. The 700-foot tower, designed by Kohn Pederson Fox, will house 458 luxury apartments with peerless views stretching across the East River. Better yet, the building is packed with amenities, like a wine room, indoor pool, and a chic attended lobby.
Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid truly outdid herself with the creation of 520 West 28th Street. This futuristic luxury condo, which sits just steps from the High Line, is a work of art both inside and out. The L-shaped building is clad in sculptural metal designs that complement its oversized windows; while inside, clean, modern, and expansive homes are sure to woo potential residents.
While Fifth Avenue addresses rarely come on the market, 277 Fifth affords New Yorkers a new opportunity to call this iconic thoroughfare home. This Rafel Viñoly-designed NoMad tower is designed with discerning buyers in mind, with elegant, light-filled Jeffrey Beers International-designed interiors, stunning Manhattan views, and amenities that run the gamut from concierge services to an entertaining suite.
Filled with great galleries and restaurants, close to everything, and always fashionable, Chelsea has long been one of Manhattan’s hottest neighborhoods. Its cachet among renters has just soared, however, thanks to Chelsea 29. This luxury rental building, which boasts a doorman, private lounge, on-site parking, and rooftop terrace, is changing the game for renters in this enviable enclave.
The real estate market in New York has something to suit every taste, whether you’re eager to score a home in fun and fashionable Brooklyn or can’t pass up the appeal of a Fifth Avenue address. No matter what your ideal home looks like, there’s no doubt you can find the perfect fit in New York this year.