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‘The Big Apple’ is located where the Hudson River meets the Atlantic Ocean, on the East Coast of the United States.
New York is often referred to as the city that never sleeps, with a subway that runs 24/7 and bar and restaurants right around the clock.
New York City is made up of five boroughs; Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. These are home to some of the most iconic sites in the world including the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, the Empire State Building and Central Park.
The NYC skyline is instantly recognisable worldwide and Manhattan, the most densely populated of the boroughs, packs more famous icons into one compact area than any other place on Earth. As a result it has been the setting for many popular TV shows and movies and the most sought-after properties look out onto this.
New York is home to 95 billionaires and has been referred to as the ‘billionaire capital’. It also ranks third in the world for the highest residential real estate prices per square foot.
Across New York’s boroughs, the top 10 most expensive listings are clustered in the island of Manhattan, where condos sell for $100 million and townhouses for as much as $120 million.
A new triplex penthouse, for example, is the “highest terraced residence in the United States” with a price tag of about $100 million. Each of its three levels have 360-degree views of the surrounding city and a private elevator takes you straight up to the 8,000-square-foot penthouse.
The apartment that contains the elaborate domed clock tower atop the former New York City Police Headquarters has cut its price 12% to $35 million.
The latest issue of Significant Sales features top sales from around the world beginning with a captivating penthouse in New York.
New York's luxury property market was on fire in 2014, with high-end home prices registering the biggest gains globally, according to Knight Frank.
Zillow Group is growing its operations in New York City with the acquisition of Naked Apartments, which bills itself as “New York City's largest rentals-only platform.”
The approximately 11’ floor-to-ceiling windows bring spectacular views into your home from the west over the Hudson River, south to the Freedom Tower and iconic city views from the east exposure.
A Hamptons home designed by the late modernist architect Charles Gwathmey has sold for $20 million, according to the Corcoran Group, the brokerage that handled the sale.