↑Get a Peek Inside Gwyneth Paltrow’s $12.85M Tribeca Penthouse: The lifestyle maven has decided to allow her website, Goop, to publish a "home tour" of the nearly 4,000 square foot apartment.
↑Sherry-Netherland’s Priciest Apartment Gets an $8M Pricechop: The Sherry-Netherland's 18th floor penthouse, which hit the market last fall for a staggering $86 million, has gotten a significant price cut. The apartment, which has seven bedrooms and three terraces, is now asking a smaller—but still ridiculous—$78 million.
↑Yet Another Pricey Condo Launches Sales Near Brooklyn's Fourth Avenue: Add 610 Warren Street among the increasing number of condo buildings along Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue. The apartments at the rising 31-unit building are large, averaging over 1,150 square feet, and range from one to four bedrooms, beginning at $950,000.
↑Demi Moore Chops Price of Fabled San Remo Penthouse By $16M: Moore has lowered the price of her 17-room penthouse on Central Park West from $75 million to $59 million. Former occupants of the celeb-studded building also include Donna Karan, Steven Spielberg, Glenn Close, Tiger Woods, Diane Keaton, the late Steve Jobs, and Dustin Hoffman.
↑Cozy One-Bedroom on Pricey Central Park West Wants $525,000: This one-bedroom apartment, part of the The Six Digit Club, is proof that you don't have to be a bajillionaire to live on the edge of the park. Of course, it comes with its quirks.
↑Minimalist $4M LES Loft Has a Clawfoot Tub In the Bedroom: This renovated one-bedroom pays homage to the building’s pre-war past in the coolest way. Like, who doesn’t want to lord over the Lower East Side from their bathtub?
↑Boxy Concrete Tribeca Condo Launches Sales from $2.125M: Eight of 23 units at 30 Warren have hit the market with spacious apartments that span anywhere from 1,000 feet to more than 2,650 square feet. Of course, with grand Tribeca spaces come grand Tribeca prices to match.
↑'Distinctive' Crown Heights Condo Launches Sales From $720K: Five of the 23 units in Crown Heights’ new condo building, 762 Park Place, have hit the market with amenities that include high ceilings, oversized windows that allow for lots of natural light, and a rather spacious kitchen.
↑For $3M, Soho Loft Comes With Design Services of Its Seller: As it’s currently configured, this loft at 543 Broadway, is a big, open space but the $2.995 million asking price comes with a perk: the current owner, Italian architect and artist Gaetano Pesce, will create what the listing calls a "master design vision" for the 2,300-square-foot space, turning the studio into an "inspired home."
↑Sunny Prewar One-Bedroom In Hudson Heights Asks $599,000: A third floor walk-up one-bedroom, at Hudson View Gardens, with a small foyer, updated kitchen and bathroom, and charming casement windows that give way to partial views of the Hudson River could be yours if you act fast.
↑Molly Ringwald Lists Her Quirky Greenwich Village Duplex For $1.8M: Ringwald’s apartment is a two-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom duplex with two wood-burning fireplaces and views onto one of the loveliest stretches of East 10th Street in the St. Marks Historic District.
↑Petite Gramercy Park Duplex Loft More Than Doubles Asking Price After 2 Years: The petite 700-square-foot loft was listed in 2014 for $660,000. The apartment just hit the market again sporting, among other upgrades, new millwork and a fresh coat of paint and is now asking $1.399 million.
- All for Sale in New York [Curbed]