Luxury Real Estate Additions to Manhattan’s Hottest High-End Listings

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With Manhattan having the highest buyer’s market right now, there are plenty of high-end listings for prospective owners to choose from. Here is a quick roundup of some f the hottest new listings in the heart of “the Big Apple.”

42 Jane Street Apartment Building in Manhattan
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This Rare West Village Townhouse Gives Owners Ultimate Exposure

“Picturesque” only begins to describe this historic West Village townhouse, which was originally built in 1846. Located at 42 Jane Street, the home features four bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms and sits directly adjacent to the Jane Street Garden — making it one of the very few homes in the neighborhood with windows facing three directions. The unit is listed for $11.5 million by Jason Haber and Lauren Talve of Warburg Realty.

5 West 72nd Street Real Estate Apartment Building in Manhattan
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Sweeping Central Park Views That Will Take Your Breath Away

This sun-splashed, two-bedroom, two-bathroom Upper West Side apartment is perched high above Central Park and offers expansive views of the city. Add in sparkly details like white oak wide plank hardwood floors, a custom-designed open kitchen, and a full slate of Miele appliances, and it becomes clear that this unit is too gorgeous to overlook. It’s located at 15 West 72nd, 25C, and is listed for $4.15 million by Judy Kloner of Warburg Realty.

239 East 79th Street, 13C/14C Real Estate Apartment Building in Manhattan
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Get “Wrapped Up” in Upper East Side Living

The Upper East Side is one of Manhattan’s most exclusive neighborhoods, and the owners of this four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom duplex will enjoy it all from their wrap-around terrace. Located at 239 East 79th Street, 13C/14C, this unit is in the heart of it all — footsteps away from some of the best restaurants and shopping in the world. The apartment is listed for $3.95 million by Warburg Realty’s Annie Cion Gruenberger and Rebecca Blacker.

 475 Park Avenue Real Estate Apartment Building in Manhattan
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Live in Luxury on Park Ave in This Historic Pre-War Apartment

An open chef’s kitchen, dining room, an electric fireplace, and four full bedrooms with ensuite marble baths are just a handful of the features that this newly renovated Midtown Manhattan unit offers. Perched on the tenth floor of a prewar co-op at 475 Park Avenue, 10A, owners can watch the city breathe with tons of western exposure, looking directly onto Park Avenue. It’s listed for $4.75 million by Arlene Reed of Warburg Realty.

10 Bleecker Street, 2F Real Estate Apartment Building in Manhattan
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There’s Nothing Bleak About This Boutique Bleecker Street Loft

Who knew living in NoHo could feel so spacious? This cavernous corner loft located at 10 Bleecker Street, 2F will have you feeling like you’re living in a mansion, with 11-foot ceilings, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,400 square feet of living space. Outside, you’re only a short walk away from the best that one of Manhattan’s hottest neighborhoods has to offer. This unit is listed for $3.195 million by Compass’ Michael J. Franco.

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