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Sales Launch Roundup: Here's What Hit the Market This Week

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"Family-friendly" condos, homes with yoga studios, and penthouses galore are up for grabs

Boerum Hill's Latest Family-Friendly Condo Launches Sales From $1.625M: Deeming themselves as being an alternative for those "shut out of the townhouse market," the Hendrik has fairly large units, with their smallest being a two-bedroom that begins at $1.625 million.

Contemporary Duplex In One of Manhattan's Oldest Buildings Asks $1.95M: The duplex is located in the Captain Rose House that's believed to date back to 1773, making it the third oldest building in Manhattan .

Enormous Noho Triplex With Secret Rooftop Garden Wants $29.5M: This stunning home is complete with amenities that include two guest apartments, a library, yoga studio, and an abundance of windows-- 90 to be exact.

An Apartment in Miles Davis's Onetime UWS Home Wants $495,000: Once upon a time, Miles David lived in a townhouse at 312 West 77th Street. Today, one of the six units in the landmarked home is now on the market.

Annabelle Selldorf's Pricey, Exclusive Bowery Condos Are Now For Sale: The building will be home to just five expensive condos, starting at $6.5 million for the "cheapest" unit. Each apartment will have ultra-luxury finishes, including cabinetry designed by Selldorf Architects and "disappearing kitchens" outfitted in white oak and soapstone.

Gucci's Colorful Fifth Avenue Penthouse Drops Asking Price by $10M: Gucci sisters, Alessandra and Allegra first listed their fashionable Fifth Avenue penthouse last summer with a $45 million asking price but no one bit. The 9,450-square-foot apartment unit was re-listed with a $10 million pricechop is now asking $35 million.

Half of 160 Leroy's Original $80M Penthouse Lists For $29.5M: Originally, the two units at 10 Sullivan were to be a single $45 million triplex, but now they're each separate units asking $28 million and $11.5 million.

Adorable Upper East Side Duplex With Spacious Terrace Wants $718,000: This week’s Six Digit Club listing featured an adorable Upper East Side one-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex with an amazing outdoor deck.

Crowning Penthouse of Financial District's 60-Story Glass Tower Asks $18M: Unlike these almost-but-not-really wanna be penthouses, this four-bedroom, two-bathroom suite at 1 Seaport is the real deal.