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Which of These 5 Stunning NYC Properties Would You Choose?

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Each of these NYC properties hit the market this week

Not a day goes by in New York City without multiple stunning and covetable properties hitting the market. Let's pretend for a few minutes that price is a non-issue. If you could choose any of the drool-worthy listings that appeared on the site this week, which would you choose? Below we've rounded up five our favorites. Don't forget to cast your vote below.

The penthouse of the former Barbizon women's hotel hit the market this week asking $17.75 million. The penthouse at 140 East 63rd Street, at the corner of Lexington Avenue comes kitted out with a thoroughly modern renovation that incorporates historic elements like the terraces' picturesque moorish brick arches. Including in the price tag is a lower-floor studio, "perfect for a guest suite, assistant, or au pair." The penthouse last sold in 2013 for $10.18 million.

The Turtle Bay townhouse at 319 East 51st Street returned this week after a major exterior overhaul and gut renovation. The renovation focused on creating a "grand, yet casual" entertaining area and a welcoming master floor suite. The finishes include lucite balusters and herringbone wood floors. The townhouse, which last sold for $4.6 million in 2011, is now asking $14.5 million.

A funky Manhattan Beach mansion reappeared on the market this week sporting the same unusual listing photos. The house has a sculptural staircase and an infinity pool over looking the ocean, four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The property's been on and off the market for several years, and has been asking $8 million since 2014.

A West Village townhouse that got the Architectural Digest treatment in 2012 is on the market for $26.4 million. The Bank Street townhouse dates back to 1842, but a recent renovation brought its interiors up to date while still honoring the townhouses history.

A co-op at the famously exclusive Dakota on the Upper West Side came to market after a court order announced in February. The seven-room apartment has a more traditional layout than is common these days, with a separate dining room and eat-in-kitchen connected by a 45-foot-long center gallery. The two-bedroom apartment is asking $12 million.