Palatial Condo in SoHo/NoLita

This incredible 8,000 square foot condo in SoHo, New York City is on the market for $65 million. The unique loft has been transformed into a fully-renovated 4-level luxury living space with entirely custom fabricated steel doors, windows and skylights.

Perhaps the most fantastic feature of this home is the professional-grade kitchen, large enough to be its own restaurant! The spectacular 20-foot brick barrel-vaulted ceiling kitchen includes and 86-inch range, black granite countertop/backsplash and wood-burning fireplace, as well as two proper butler’s pantries and wine rooms. It opens to an enormous great room with six oversized arched windows overlooking historic SoHo.

Each of the two master suites is fitted with its own private terrace. A Chesney cantilevered black marble staircase leads to a master level with his and hers bathrooms. Marked by over 20 custom closets, dumbwaiter, coffee bar, wood-burning fireplace and dual private terraces, this master suite is unlike any offering on the marketplace today. Additional rooms include a guest bedroom with bath, wood-paneled home office and laundry room complete the floor.

The condo offers an additional 3,700 square feet of outdoor living space in addition to the interior 8,000. Entertaining terraces, paved in granite are encased in large heated, hotel-style, steel and glass canopies, and fitted with a wood-burning fireplace and TV alcove- all accessible by six sets of French doors. Three additional landscaped terraces, equipped with custom gas lanterns, offer a heated spa, fountained garden, and open-air dining.

The residence also includes a screening room with wood-burning fireplace, fitness room, second full kitchen and laundry, and dining room, as well as a staff room with a full bath.

This incomparable property is sure to sell fast; don’t miss your chance to own what is sure to be one of the most coveted properties in New York City.

Click here to see the listing on CastlesMag.com

NYC’s Most Expensive Listing: A $120M Co-op On Park Avenue

The most expensive listing in New York City is a co-op at 834 Fifth Avenue. Priced at a whopping $120 million this famed Upper East Side apartment building has housed tycoons such as Rupert Murdoch and Elizabeth Arden. It’s also the most expensive co-op in the city.

Previously owned by financier John Gutfreund, the apartment is located on the building’s seventh and eight floors and has 20 room spread over 12,000 square feet. It has many of the amenities found in luxurious NYC apartments including a wine cellar, a gallery, a “grand marble staircase” an an enormous master suite.

The apartment has been owned by the same family for around 30 years.

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Inside The J. Crew CEO’s Tribeca Apartment

J. Crew’s CEO, Mickey Drexler’s amazing Tribeca loft has been re-listed and is now on the market for a modest $24.9 million.

The living space measures 6,226 square feet – so in Manhattan measurements it’s basically a palace – and features an open floor plan. The five-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bathroom home includes three walk-in closets and is located in the coveted heart of NYC’s Tribeca neighborhood.

The aesthetic is nothing less than what you would expect from a trendy clothing company Exec., with bright pops  of color throughout and flawlessly designed furniture. It basically screams J. Crew at every turn.

With it’s floor-to-ceiling windows and mid-century atmosphere, this luxe apartment is every designers dream and stunning to boot. Take a look.

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For more information, click here.

Listed by CORE NYC.