Condos for Sale in Murray Hill

The Murray Hill condos for sale at The Lindley offer everything you’d expect in a luxury residence, paired with an ideal location within walking distance of parks and excellent dining destinations.

Each condominium at The Lindley offers oversized windows with motorized shades, making it easy to obtain the perfect balance of natural light and privacy in your home. Bathrooms are outfitted with terrazzo tile floors, while the rest of the living space features oak wood floors. The rooftop garden and grilling area promises many hours of outdoor chill-out time without ever leaving the building.

When you do feel like exploring Murray Hill, you’ll find plenty to experience, even within walking distance. Walk over to Cipriani Le Specialita, a Zagat-rated weekday daytime cafe, for a chicken Milanese or asparagus and eggs sandwich, paired with a bowl of fresh gazpacho. Visit on different days of the week to try the ever-changing daily specials, such as flank steak or tilapia. This cafe also has an impressive selection of pastries and desserts, including lemon meringue tarts, ricotta cheesecake with strawberry sauce, and homemade ice creams and sorbets.

Enjoy a few drinks over a conversation with friends on the RARE Bar and Grill’s rooftop. This sizable space offers stunning views of the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building, so it’s an ideal meetup location for out-of-town friends or clients. Fodor’s calls it “one of the best rooftop bars in NYC.” RARE also serves food, including breakfast seven days a week and a weekend brunch. Try the ribeye cheddar omelet or scrambled eggs with lox, paired with a fresh-pressed orange or grapefruit juice, or visit later in the day for shrimp skewers or an eggplant and portobello sandwich.

Manhattan View MIMA Midtown

Midtown Manhattan is nothing if not exciting, and Manhattan View at MiMA—the centerpiece of Midtown—perfectly captures the area’s essence in every luxury condominium unit and within the property as a whole.

 

“I was inspired by the continually exhilarating, effervescent spirit of the great city I call home and love so much,” lead interior designer Jamie Drake told W42ST Magazine. “With icons of the city sparkling and glittering outside every window, I wanted to bring that same excitement and elegance inside. Each and every residence has its own uniquely stunning view and my design for the interiors celebrates that.”

 

Manhattan View—the collection of condominiums on the top 13 floors of the MiMA building—sits 500 feet above the streets of Midtown, capturing its energy through interior design and through unobstructed floor-to-ceiling views of the city. High-gloss lacquer cabinets and Gaggenau appliances grace the kitchens. Marble flooring in the master bathrooms and wide-plank oak floors throughout the rest of each residence add just the right amount of warmth and elegance.

 

These lovely touches make a home at Manhattan View at MiMa a true haven, while the amenities spaces help make the building your center of action throughout the day. Play a game of pickup basketball or billiards on-site with your exclusive M Club membership, or allow Fido to enjoy an afternoon romping with his canine companions at the building’s Dog City day care and spa. A 58-foot indoor heated lap pool provides plenty of room for low-impact exercise. The North Terrace includes a dedicated outdoor kitchen/grilling area for a barbecue among the best of friends. On the South Terrace, you can recline on a lounge chair and take in a movie under the stars, projected in grand-sized glory along the viewing wall.

 

While the name “MiMA” was coined specifically for the MiMA building on West 42nd Street, it has since become synonymous with Midtown Manhattan as well. Both meanings of “MiMA”—the building and the neighborhood—stand as an epicenter for the excitement and electric energy that is New York.

 

If you decide to go out, many options for an entertaining night on the town are within walking distance of MiMA’s glass tower. Pershing Square Signature Center—directly downstairs from Manhattan View at MiMA—houses three theaters, a bookstore, and a cafe for pre- and post-show bites and beverages. During the busiest months, the center hosts events nearly every night of the week.

 

Zagat-rated Esca, a mere block away, is known for its seafood dishes such as squid-ink pasta and grilled octopus. Salmon benedict and stuffed French toast delight the taste buds at brunch at Joe Allen, a restaurant equally loved for its food and its display of posters from Broadway theatre flops.

 

As your day on the town winds to a close, indulge in the simple, luxurious pleasures that await at your Manhattan View at MiMA home. After the concierge greets you in the lobby, you dim the lights in your condo, turn down the temperature in the bedroom, and cue the perfect slumber-time playlist—all accessible from your phone, thanks to the “smart” features built into your home. Smart, sleek, and perfectly satisfying. This, in a nutshell, is Manhattan View at MiMA.

Luxury Midtown Rentals 555Ten

Your wish for a new luxury apartment in Midtown Manhattan is about to be granted. The new structure at 555TEN, once complete, will offer one- to three-bedroom units, as well as studio apartments, all outfitted with stainless steel appliances, a washer/dryer, and wood flooring. The 52-story building at 555 10th Avenue even has a private club for residents, plus a rooftop pool and deck with panoramic views of the city.

 

Entertainment awaits a short way from your doorstep. Playwrights Horizons, a theater dedicated to helping writers, composers and lyricists develop their crafts, runs six productions a year on its two stages. Catch a showing of Julia Cho’s Aubergine, a tale of how food can serve as the perfect language for expressing emotions, or Adam Bock’s A Life, starring David Hyde Pierce as a man who turns to astrology when he grows weary of the single life.

 

Theatre Row, equally close to home, offers a little something for everyone with The United Solo Theatre Festival, featuring more than 100 single-person performances in a series of shows from mid-September to mid-November. This festival is the largest of its kind in the world and features performers from 18 countries. Besides the solo shows, Theatre Row offers a puppet-based adaption of Eric Carle’s beloved children’s stories via The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show.

 

Sometimes, live music seems like the perfect way to unwind from your day. Catch a performance any night of the week at Birdland Jazz Club. Start with a Friday post-work show of the Birdland Big Band, then stick around for the night’s special guest. Take part in the Charlie Parker birthday celebration on September 2. Celebrate the music of John Coltrane with the “Coltrane Revisited” shows from September 20th to 24th, led by one of Coltrane’s pianists, Steve Kuhn.   

 

Birdland also offers a full dinner menu to enjoy as you whet your appetite for another jazz set. Dine on roast chicken with garlic mashed potatoes or one of the restaurant’s many southern- and Cajun-inspired dishes like blackened catfish with collard greens, creole meatloaf, or fried chicken.

 

Spend a romantic evening in the garden at century-old Barbetta Restaurant, taking in the scents of flowering trees and the sounds of the fountain as you wait for your meal to arrive. This OpenTable “Diners’ Choice” winner, still run by its original founding family, serves traditional Piemontese fare like risotto, polenta, and agnolotti. Start your meal with minestrone or prosciutto, then try grilled swordfish over lentils, roasted rabbit in a white wine and lemon sauce, or tagliarini in tomato sauce. For dessert, delight in pears baked in red wine, a slice of plum cake, or a lemon and pistachio tart.  

 

Take your taste buds on a journey to another part of the globe at Obao, which serves a fusion of Thai and Vietnamese fare. Try the panang beef curry, lemongrass short ribs, or the pad Thai for a sampling of Asian herbs and spices that delivers loads of flavor with every bite.

The ViewPointe Oceanside Residences

Excellent views? Check. Within walking distance of Oceanside Pier? Check. Your new home at The ViewPointe awaits. Enjoy your own private rooftop deck, complete with stunning views of the Pacific, nestled within the heart of San Diego’s North County region.

 

Oceanside beckons outside your door. A brief walk takes you to Oceanside Museum of Art or the California Surf Museum. At OMA, take in the artistic interpretations of the ordinary as expressed by Marjorie Nodelman, the self-proclaimed “first punk artist” who helped create the San Diego art scene. Check out the history of both surfboards and skateboards at the California Surf Museum or gawk in awe at the tiger-shark bite marks left in surfer and inspirational speaker Bethany Hamilton’s surfboard, in an exhibit dedicated to her life-changing experience. Explore more of the blossoming art scene during the ever-changing First Friday Art Walk. Each month, different venues host artists, art showings, and live music in downtown Oceanside.

 

Enjoy dinner at Masters Kitchen and Cocktail, housed in a 1930s-era garage that once served as a dragster repair shop. Sample from dishes such as duck confit macaroni and cheese or the acclaimed garlic kale that made it onto Zagat’s “10 Best San Diego Dishes” list of 2015. Dive into the craft beer scene at Bagby Beer Company, founded by award-winning brewer Jeff Bagby. Dubbed by San Diego Reader a “craft beer mecca,” the bar and brewery offers an impressive array of draught beers, including 15 to 20 ever-changing selections created in-house. Bagby offers plenty of pub fare as well, including burgers, baja fish tacos, and pork belly sliders. The outdoor garden areas are dog-friendly, so you can stop in while taking your best four-legged friend for a healthy stroll.

Emeryville Condominiums For Sale

The ideal home is one in close proximity to all of the places you visit regularly, and your new home at The Emerson is in the heart of it all in Emeryville.  Additionally, each condominium for sale has stainless steel kitchen appliances, a washer and dryer, plus quartz countertops in the kitchen and bathroom. A communal rooftop deck offers stunning views of San Francisco Bay, plus a grilling area, fire pit, and even an outdoor television. What’s not to love?

NOBE—the (North Oakland, Berkeley, Emeryville) neighborhood surrounding your home—has a lot to offer, whether you’re in the mood for biking, paddleboarding, or perusing restaurant menus several nights a week. The San Francisco Bay Trail offers 500 miles of bike paths, easily accessible from your condo. Ride toward the bay and keep heading north for a scenic trek through all 8.5 miles of McLaughlin Eastshore State Park, taking in the view of shoreline, birds, and boats the entire time. Or, if you’re ready to spend a little time on the water, visit KGB Kiteboarding at Emeryville Marina for kiteboarding or stand-up paddleboard (SUP) lessons.

Invite a few guests to dinner at Trader Vic’s or 44 Restaurant, Bar & Lounge. Trader Vic’s offers beautiful views of Emeryville Marina and the bay to go along with its global cuisine. Share a small plate of edamame ricotta ravioli or kung pao chicken wings; then sample from the menu’s many dinner options, such as Malayan beef or macadamia-coated mahi mahi.

Two West Delaware Chicago

Imagine the ideal Chicago home, just a short distance from great shopping and dining destinations, an amazing library, and the wow-worthy views of the Lakefront Trail. This dream can be yours, via one of the new luxury condos at Two West Delaware in the iconic Gold Coast neighborhood.

The homes at Two West Delaware offer residents an outdoor pool, hot tub, and grilling area for a bit of relaxation beyond four walls. The building also has its own dog run, a well-equipped fitness center, dry cleaning services, and great views of Downtown Chi-Town.

With its abundance of upscale boutiques, the Gold Coast is a veritable shopper’s paradise. Oak Street embraces the ultimate blend of international, national, and local luxury shops, all designed for those with refined tastes. Brunello Cucinelli features chic shoes and apparel for men and women, great for those days when you want to dress like a model in a magazine. Visit Razny Jewelers for the ultimate upscale Rolex and Patek Philippe timepieces. Or trek over to Tod’s for Italian leather boat shoes, driving shoes, jackets, and handbags.

Spend a pensive afternoon exploring the beyond-amazing historical collections at Newberry Library. Read original Medieval music manuscripts, peruse maps dating back as far as the 1500s or study historically significant documents and texts, such as Thomas Jefferson’s personal copy of Lewis and Clark’s expedition journal. Newberry also houses a bookstore dedicated to all things “Chicago.”

On your way back from your walk to the library, make a peaceful stop in Washington Square Park to take in the stunning view of the fountain and the assortment of flowers blanketing the area.

West Chelsea Condos

Imagine a secluded, luxurious space within the heart of the city, complete with all the amenities you desire and an ample amount of green space. New homes for sale at Jardim in West Chelsea offer all of this and more, with a 24-hour attended lobby, bicycle storage, saunas, and a fitness studio, to name just a few of the perks. Bathrooms in every unit feature marble walls, floors, and vanity tops, plus carved limestone sinks designed by Jardim architect Isay Weinfeld. Every unit also has massive pocket windows that tuck into the walls for complete integration with the outdoors—the perfect way to take in a pleasantly warm day.

Venture beyond your home with a walk along the High Line, the amazing elevated green space/walkway made atop reclaimed railroad trestles. Numerous access points make it easy to visit your favorite dining and shopping destinations along the way.

Visit Argentinian restaurant Porteno for grilled salmon with butternut squash, braised short ribs, or a grilled skirt steak, paired with your favorite French or Argentinian wine. Savor Swiss flavors in the garden dining area at Trestle on Tenth, sampling from trout, herring, or duck necks. Experience the restaurant’s twist on french fries, served with mustard mayonnaise and dusted with paprika.

Spend a pensive afternoon perusing the books at Printed Matter, Inc., an independent nonprofit bookstore touted as a New York Magazine Critics’ Pick. Treat your littlest loved ones to a new outfit and toy or two at My Little Sunshine, which also offers kids’ haircuts on select days.