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New York is truly a city to admire. The powerful skyscrapers, magnificent hole-in-the-wall locales, and mega-fashion houses throughout the city is just a few factors that make New York such a chic, cultural melting-pot city.
Those who have the dough can live like royalty in New York. The jaw-dropping apartments around the lower East side, large penthouses throughout NY, and magnificent luxury developments attracts the rich and famous to New York.
Below are the top 3 luxury developments that were recently build, or are currently being build, in the beautiful New York. If you are interested in any of these luxury developments, contact Noble Black, #1 real estate agent, of Manhattan.
This newly built luxury high-rise from Hyatt, graces the Manhattan skyline with an undoubtedly sleek design. Designed by Pritzker Prize winner, Christian de Portzamparc, the building uses different shades of glass to create a vertical striping effect. Other architectural elements accentuate it height, while curved and waves bring it character.
Completed in 2014, the building stands at an impressive 1005 feet, giving residents a full view of Central Park. One57 boasts 92 units atop a Park Hyatt hotel, making the building a mix of short and long-term residents. The units are geared towards the super elite, with units priced in the 4 million to 30 million ranges.
The residential building is rife with amenities, including high-rise staples such as a full time doorman and fitness center/yoga studio. But since the building is aimed at the ultra wealthy, decadence and excess is in full swing. The building contains, an onsite parking garage, a full catering kitchen, a screening and performance room, a library, a discreet private entrance, a roof top deck, a business cent, outdoor entertainment space, and an arts and crafts atelier.
Those who chose One57 will be choosing luxury.
22 Central Park South
Located as its name states, to the south of Central Park, 22 Central Park South is a revamped take on the pre-war building of which it shares a name. The Elad Group covered the building into a 7-unit condominium apartment building, offering residents a luxury experience without a high-rise.
The building offers both 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, all equipped with a great room, kitchen, master bath, and master bedroom. Penthouse suites are also available. Residences may be equipped with heated floors, fireplaces, balconies, and over sized windows.
Other amenities are standard, such as a full time doorman, central AC, washer/dryers in the building, and elevator, subway entrance and a rooftop terrace.
The building’s limited residency makes for a more private Manhattan experience. Those who prefer to eschew high-rise glamor may wish to give 22 Central Park South a look. The luxury is certainly still there, but the flash is missing, and some may appreciate that.
30 Park Place
This high-rise is located in Lower Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. Although not completed, the 157-unit luxury condominium complex will sit on top of a Four Season’s Hotel, making this building similar in layout to One57.
The 937-foot tower will be downtowns tallest residential building, counting 82 stories. Views will include the midtown skyline, the East River, New York Harbor, and the Hudson River. Amenities will be standard, featuring a swimming pool, fulltime doorman, private dining room, elevator, children’s playroom, and conservatory.
Units for the building are still available for purchase, with prices ranging from three million to over 30 million, putting the prices very similar to One57. Also as with One57, residents will have their own entrance, with privacy being of the upmost important.
This high-rise is another for the ultra wealthy. Those who love glamor, or just like skyline view, will want to give the building a look if their budget will allow it.
Contrary to what many people may think, homes are not only physical representations of living spaces. Homes are emotional attachments that attribute to any person’s lifestyle. Just because homes are formidable human basic needs, it’s obviously become a dominant investment among many individuals today. Due to this, it’s imperative that you ensure that you get value for your money when buying a home.
Cases of overpriced homes have become rampant recently in the real estate market. It is therefore important that you get to know well that you are paying the correct price for the home you are about to buy, not a single extra penny. Here are obvious characteristics of overpriced homes in the market that you should avoid.
Look at Comparable Sales
One of the easiest ways to ideally identify the price of a certain home in the market before buying it is to compare the prices of houses similar to that in the vicinity. Take into consideration your preferences like the number of bedrooms you want, the size of lawn and the type of decoration. Thanks to the internet, you don’t have to go to house openings as you can get the information through different house listings. However, it’s important to consider the present and previous prices of houses sold in the vicinity. You should be able to compare the prices before making the decision to buy the house.
The Property Has Been on the Market for Long
According to real estate experts, a house takes averagely four weeks to be sold after being listed on the market. That is if the house is correctly priced, which means that buyer as will jump at the opportunity with haste. Overpriced homes often stay on the market for a longer duration, as ABC News reports. However, sometimes some homes stay in the market for a longer period of time if there are many offers being made. Even so, ensure to check whether there are a lot of offers being made or not in order to determine whether the home is overpriced or not.
The Location of the Home Does Not Justify the Asking Price
There are two things that go hand in hand when it comes to real estate that is a good house and the location it is built. It is very easy to know to take note of houses that are overpriced just y looking at the neighborhood. Classy neighborhoods with all the necessary amenities like schools and hospitals mean that you will have to pay a higher price for your home. Likewise, you will have to pay a smaller price if the house is located in a neighborhood that is either far from the road or has no amenities near it.
Repairs and Renovation
Before any house is listed in the market for sale, the owner should ensure that the house is in perfectly good condition. A house that hasn’t been repaired or renovated means that the cost of al that will be carried out by the buyer. That is unfair and it means that the house has totally been overpriced. It is paramount therefore that you check that all the repairs have been carried out before buying a house at the listed price.
For more interesting insights on how to identify overpriced homes, listen in on Toby Moskovits’s thoughts on the matter.