See Inside 3 Luxurious, Full-Floor Condominiums in NYC
Updated: Aug 29, 2022
While townhomes are easily among the most sought-after property types in New York City, several new developments throughout the city with expansive, full-floor condominiums are rapidly gaining popularity. With just as much if not more space as the traditional townhome, the condos also offer luxury amenities, full-service concierges, and immediate occupancy. Here are a few noteworthy ones.
100 East 53 Street Unit 50A
This sprawling 3,385-square-foot full-floor residence (50A) offers sweeping, panoramic city views in every direction. It is part of Selene, a stunning building designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Norman Foster.
The condominium's grand arrival gallery opens to a stunning great room, kitchen, and dining area with three exposures. Floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate the space with natural light. Privately located at the opposite end of this impressive residence is the double-exposure primary suite, replete with a spacious dressing area and a luxurious spa-inspired, en-suite bath.
1059 Third Avenue Unit 25FL
Slightly uptown and east of Selene is a full-floor, three-bedroom home (25FL) at The Leyton, where Elena Frampton’s interior creations embrace tailored design, contrast, and layering of organic materials.
The expansive, 2,713-square-foot residence has three bedrooms and offers stunning views of the Manhattan skyline, Central Park, and beyond.
A sprawling living area with two terraces and an expansive open chef’s kitchen make sophisticated entertaining a breeze.
200 Amsterdam Avenue Unit 42
Situated on the 42nd Floor of 200 Amsterdam is this 4,672-square-foot home, which includes four bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Its oversized windows allow you to gaze over Central Park, the Manhattan skyline, and the Hudson River from every room.
Impressive double doors open into a large foyer overlooking the park. Off the foyer, a gallery leads to a large study, while the stunning corner living and dining area showcases a stone fireplace and soaring, floor-to-ceiling windows.