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Pure Luxury – New York Condos


Residents Demand More Luxury New York Condos and the City Listens
New Yorkers want the luxury and prestige of living in a mansion with the convenience of the city at their doorstep. With luxury New York condos, the people get exactly what they want. NYC is known for being a pedestrian-friendly city, so luxury condo owners can walk to jobs downtown or take the MTA.
As the demand for luxury New York condos increases, new developments of high-end, chic condos, lofts, and hotel-condos continue to pop up around town. Many historical brownstones, …

Condo Market In New York


New York Condo Market & Neighborhood Information
Searching for New York condos should be an exciting and fun experience, but it can turn into a hassle without the right New York condo professionals. At CondoDomain New York we have specialized knowledge about New York condos and each of the diverse neighborhoods in the New York area. Let us help you search & find the condos that fits your needs. Contact us to talk to a condo team member about our extensive New York condo listings, new condo developments and open house …

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Stylish Manhattan Retreats

Buying a condo on the Upper East Side?
What amenities are you looking for before you settle into your new condo?
Main residence or a metropolitan second home, everyone seems to be looking for the same things… convenience, class, and couture. Sometimes we want a penthouse with an interior that reminds us of our country homes, and other times we may be looking for a full floor residency that is the complete opposite of our Villa in St.Barts… Whatever the case somewhere in Manhattan is the perfect Condo or Co-op for everyone! …

The Treat of the Triangle Below Canal

Responding to “Where are you from?” with New York City always raises an eyebrow.  Responding to “What part of the city are you in?” with Tribeca raises both eyebrows and usually causes a step back.  Some of the city’s best, and definitely the city’s coolest residents, restaurants, bars, events, hotels, and businesses make their home west of Broadway, and south of Canal.

Looking past the dropped jaws of tourists wandering through from Chinatown when they spot the likes of Ed Burns, Michael Imperioli, Jessica Alba and more, Tribeca is a neighborhood …

303 East 33rd Green and Luxurious

Things are getting green on the eastern boundary of Murray Hill. 303E33RD is one of the first green luxury buildings in arguably the most convenient neighborhood of Manhattan. Be it a night at the movies at Lowe’s Kip’s Bay, or everything needed for a gourmet meal at home from Todaro Brothers, the greenest residential building in Manhattan is steps from everything.

With a modern look with a neighborhood feel, residents don’t sacrifice any style or convenience for green living. A common roofdeck with spectacular views of the the …

Millennium Tower Residences

Battery Park is not just for tourists anymore. Several fantastic new luxury residence towers have gone up looking out over New York Harbor and the Hudson River, and one of the true gems is Millennium Towers Residences. To compliment the new developments, and a new mass of locals who like to stay close to home there are now more than 100 restaurants and bars within walking distance. Whole Foods has opened a flagship store in the area, the Battery Park Movie Theater complex is completing renovations and retailers, boutiques and …

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The Seaport Museum Saved by The Museum of the City of New York

The Seaport Museum’s history is one that showcases its survival through tough times thanks to the tenacity of New York City residents. According to the New York Times, this museum is once again in desperate need of help. This time, it gained support from an unlikely source: another museum.
Recently, the Museum of the City of New York made a deal to take over the Seaport Museum with the help of a two million dollar grant. The grant comes from the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation.

It’s no surprise that the Seaport Museum …

135 Bowery: The Limits of Preservation

One of the joys of New York City–arguably, its greatest joy–is the architecture. The pastiche of old and new, skyscrapers and tenement houses, brownstones and glass and steel condos all give the city its diverse landscape and a flavor for every taste. I, for one, am a big fan of the tenement style apartments that are easily found in the Lower East Side, East Village, and Hell’s Kitchen, where this architectural style truly shines alongside modern architectural masterpieces by famous designers.
Despite my nostalgic affections, even I cannot support the preservation …

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