↑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.
- All For Sale in New York [Curbed]