Luxury Apartments in LIC

Your search for the perfect LIC luxury apartment is over. Huis24, at 41-22 24th Street in Long Island City, provides all the amenities you’ve wished for, paired with state-of-the-art climate control and gourmet kitchens in every unit. Work out in Huis 24’s gym or get your work done in the building’s coworking space for the ultimate short commute. There’s even a private dining terrace, a rec room with foosball, and an on-site laundry room.

Excellent dining options abound in your new neighborhood. Walk to LIC Market for weekend brunch or dinner after work with friends. Try the duck hash or the open-faced pastrami and egg sandwich for brunch or opt for dinner delicacies such as dry-aged ribeye or Himalayan red rice from the nightly menu.

Casa Enrique, listed in the Michelin Guide, also offers weekend brunch. Enjoy huevos rancheros; eggs with mole sauce and avocado; or a chorizo, egg, and bean sandwich. All sorts of unique tacos are also available, such as cow tongue, brisket, and mesquite chicken. For dinner, try the roasted pork ribs or the skirt steak marinated in—what else?—tequila.

Whet your appetite for the arts with a visit to SculptureCenter. Take in the latest exhibit, In Practice: Another Echo, highlighting the work of 12 artists. This show features a wide variety of artists’ styles and mediums, such as graffiti or art created on Postal Service stickers. If you’re in the mood for more, a quick jaunt over to MoMA PS1 is the perfect place to take in creative works from emerging and experimental artists.

Modern Spaces can help you go from “what if?” to reality, with their exclusive LIC condo listings. Reach out today to learn more about their condos in Astoria, Long Island City, and beyond.

Dogpatch Luxury Condos

Your new Dogpatch dream home awaits. Condos for sale at 815 Tennessee, available with one to three bedrooms, offer plenty of amenities to make life as awesome as possible in one of San Francisco’s most eclectic and interesting neighborhoods. Each unit has quartz countertops in the kitchen and bathroom and sustainably sourced oak-plank flooring in the living room, kitchen, and halls. There’s even an on-site bike repair station, plus a bike storage area and on-site parking for cars. A landscaped courtyard and rooftop deck offer plenty of room to relax outdoors without venturing beyond the building.

Yes, we know: Dogpatch is so cool that you’ll just have to spend some time in the neighborhood, too. Round up a group of friends and create your own collective barrel of wine at Dogpatch WineWorks. Get involved in the entire winemaking process or let the staff handle all the work; it’s all up to you. If you’d rather just sample the wines, visit the tasting room on Sundays to sample their latest offerings.

Get your climbing on at Dogpatch Boulders, which offers 14,000 square feet of climbing space. Try your hands (and feet) at bouldering or climbing without the usual harnesses and ropes. Dogpatch Boulders also offers plenty of climbing classes and camps as well as a vast array of yoga classes.

Dogpatch even has its own French boucherie, aka butcher shop, Olivier’s Butchery. All the meats at Olivier’s are hand-selected, then hand-cut to order. The shop also features free-range chicken and eggs and boxed specials such as “meat for the week” or “barbecue for four.”

New NYC Nomad Condos for Sale

What if you could have a new condominium within walking distance of all your favorite NoMad dining and shopping destinations? Your dream is about to become a reality, thanks to the new Downtown Manhattan condos for sale at 277 Fifth Avenue.

Once complete, the building at this iconic address will offer plenty of amenities, such as a 24-hour attended lobby, a children’s play area, and a fitness center with its own separate training studio, steam room, and sauna. There will even be a media lounge and a private dining area for your next celebratory occasion.

Take a morning walk for weekend brunch at one of several nearby upscale restaurants. Try the lobster scramble, an asparagus and goat-cheese frittata, or the chorizo-stuffed squid at John Dory Oyster Bar, or skip straight to its raw bar for marinated mussels or an oyster pan roast. Be sure to try the lobster rolls, listed among the best in the city by Zagat. Feel like you’re in London with a full English breakfast from The Breslin, tucked within Ace Hotel. Sample The Breslin’s sourdough pancakes with berries, the seafood sausage, or an apple rhubarb turnover, paired with a turmeric tonic drink. Visit the highly acclaimed Ai Fiori any day for lobster benedict, eggs and caviar, or a mushroom, tomato, and leek frittata.

If it’s too late for brunch, and you’re in a casual food mood, pay a visit to the Shake Shack in Manhattan Square Park to enjoy a tasty burger, hot dog, or frozen custard outdoors. The cold-brew float is a refreshing treat for fans of caffeinated beverages with a refreshing dollop of deliciousness on top.


1010 Park Avenue UES Condominiums

A new home. An iconic Park Avenue address. The dream can soon be your reality at 1010 Park Avenue, one of the latest projects from Extell Development Company. These Upper East Side condos for sale will be near many of New York’s iconic destinations, from Central Park to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Central Park is a brief walk from 1010 Park Avenue. Stroll over to the Ancient Playground area, an homage to ancient Egypt. The kids will enjoy this play area’s climbing pyramids, sand, and waterways; adults will appreciate that there’s so much for the kids to explore beyond the typical playground equipment.

Walk a little farther to to enjoy the ever-so-peaceful view of model sailboats gliding along the Conservatory Water. Rent a wind-powered, remote-control model sailboat, and after a while, you’ll note that any stress you might have felt has long ago drifted away. On Saturday mornings, the Model Yacht Club races boats across the water, providing yet another enjoyable view to take in on a refreshing stroll.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is also just a six-minute walk from your doorstep. This museum offers so much to do that you might find it on your weekly or monthly to-visit list. Check out the Rodin at The Met exhibition, featuring approximately 50 of Rodin’s sculptural works in bronze, plaster, and marble. If you’ve ever wanted to see The Thinker or The Hand of God in person, this is your chance. This exhibit, which runs from mid-September through mid-January, also features Rodin’s drawings and prints, as well as paintings by his close friend, Claude Monet.

Luxury New Jersey Apartments

Imagine a new home in the Riverbend District, an up-and-coming hot spot in Harrison, New Jersey. The new apartments for rent at Steel Works are just a brief commute from NYC, with the nearest PATH station just a short walk from your door.

Each rental at Steel Works offers a full suite of amenities and conveniences, from stainless steel appliances to a washer and dryer, programmable thermostat, and wine fridge. Steel Works has its own fitness center with virtual workouts available at any time. There’s also a rooftop deck, perfect for relaxing and taking in views of the NYC skyline.

Soccer fans will appreciate the Red Bull Arena next door, home to the New York Red Bulls. If a pickup game of soccer is more your style, the nearby Riverfront Park has a gorgeous turf field along the Passaic River. This 12-acre park also includes a baseball diamond, tennis and basketball courts, two playgrounds, and great riverfront views.

West Hudson Park provides even more nature: it’s a full 46 acres of outdoor space with four miles of paths that are perfect for a walk or run. Field and court sports abound here, too, whether you’re into volleyball, basketball, soccer, or baseball. There’s even a cross-country course. Kids will enjoy the park’s two playgrounds and the spray pool. The two-acre Fairy Lake provides a great backdrop for a family picnic outing or a peaceful day of solitude just unwinding outdoors.

Chelsea29 Midtown Apartments

Picture yourself in a new luxury apartment near all your favorite hangouts in New York’s eclectic Chelsea neighborhood. The new rentals at Chelsea29 each have oversized soundproof windows for maximum natural light with minimal outdoor noise. Every apartment, from studios through two-bedroom units, has its own Bosch washer and dryer, paired with Bosch stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. The building offers a suite of amenities, too, that includes a fitness center, a residents’ lounge, and a rooftop terrace, complete with barbecue area.

Although there’s a lot to keep you interested and occupied at Chelsea29, the Chelsea neighborhood has plenty to offer as well. Take a walk over to Porteno Restaurant for a dinner of grilled salmon with roasted butternut squash or pan-seared cod with a pistachio chimichurri sauce. Enjoy one of 375 varieties of whiskey with dinner at American Whiskey. Try this Southern restaurant’s beer-brined chicken or 50-day whiskey-aged ribeye. If you’re in the mood for lighter fare, Hanamizuki offers an interesting take on Japanese small bites such as rice balls and miso soup. Try the BLT miso soup or sweet potato/seaweed rice balls, washed down with your favorite variety of tea or sake.

Chelsea Piers offers so much to do that you may find yourself there several times a week. Go on a sunset cruise or charter a yacht for a few of your closest friends. Join a basketball, ice hockey, or soccer league or hone your climbing skills at one of two indoor rock-climbing gyms. Chelsea Piers even hosts parkour and gymnastics classes for those looking for a new twist on the typical forms of athletics.

NYC NoMad Condos for Sale

If you’ve always dreamed of the perfect home in New York’s NoMad District, your dream is about to become realized. Once complete, the 55-story condominium tower by architect Rafael Viñoly will feature amazing views of the Manhattan skyline, paired with an address on a legendary street: Fifth Avenue. Your future home at 277 Fifth Avenue awaits.

The NoMad neighborhood offers plenty to experience and explore without venturing far from your new home. Visit Chalait for your morning fix of matcha tea or pour-over coffee, paired with a smoothie bowl or a smoked salmon, egg salad, and cucumber sandwich. Visit Hangawi, also a stone’s throw away, for an iced green tea float or a dandelion and avocado salad. Hangawi, recommended by the 2016 Michelin Guide, provides plenty of interesting vegetarian fare such as the monthly emperor’s tasting menu with a sampling of starters and appetizers, entrees and desserts.

Enjoy a mild evening on 230 Fifth’s rooftop, Zagat-rated as one of the best rooftop bars in NYC. Savor the maple-glazed salmon for dinner or try the veggie ravioli with artichoke hearts and red peppers, paired with a view of the Empire State Building. This establishment features views of the Empire State Building and DJ music on weekends. For a completely different experience, visit in winter when the rooftop tables are covered by clear igloo-like structures. There’s also an indoor penthouse area for those that prefer to stay inside.

Korean restaurant Gaonnuri is another dining destination with wonderful views. Situated on the 29th floor of a skyscraper, this venue offers table barbecue service and dishes such as bibimbap, salmon with pear and sea salt, and prime short ribs. It’s won a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and is also recommended in the 2015 Michelin Guide.

Shopping for personal and home essentials doesn’t have to mean traveling far afield either. Grab a set of gorgeous highball glasses or champagne flutes from Jung Lee, which carries unique home furnishings and accents such as a curled wenge and zebrawood bench and an assortment of decanters, candles, and home fragrances.

Pay a visit to Bonobos Guideshop for an Italian wool suit, gingham dress shirt, or a complete outfit for your next game of golf. Bonobos Guideshop also provides free personalized style consultations by appointment to get that look that matches your tastes to perfection.

Find a few unique gifts for friends and loved ones—or even for yourself—at the Morgan Library & Museum’s gift shop. Pick out a pair of Mozart drinking glasses, a necktie featuring a map of New York, or a bookend/penholder inspired by the Charles Dickens inkpot housed within the museum. While away the hours while you’re at the Morgan, checking out everything from one of Mozart’s handwritten symphonies to some engraved seals from the fifth millennium BCE. Sign up for one of their adult sketching workshops or take the kids to learn about myths or how people made books back in the Medieval era. There’s so much to pique the interests of adults and kids that this museum may become one of your favorite hangouts.

San Francisco Luxury Condos

A new luxury home for sale in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood can soon be yours. The one- to three-bedroom condos at 815 Tennessee will provide all the modern amenities you’d expect in a luxury condominium, tucked within a building that still has its original brick facade, blending the past, present, and future into one new and amazing space.

This project by DM Development features interiors created by the acclaimed Edmonds + Lee Architects. Wood, steel, and modern lines create an iconic look throughout the structure, conveniently located just a brief walk from the waterfront.

Take a short stroll from 815 Tennessee over to Mission Rock Resort for just about every type of oyster imaginable. Share an oyster, prawn, and shellfish platter with friends for brunch or try a Dungeness crab roll or cheddar breakfast biscuit sandwich. For dinner, enjoy salmon with corn risotto cakes or a dish of artichoke ravioli. Mission Rock is an ideal location for meeting up with friends and taking in stunning views during any weather, as this restaurant offers indoor and outdoor dining on the waterfront.

For another great meal with a view, visit The Ramp, tucked within an old bait shop on the bay. SF Weekly once dubbed the outdoor dining area “San Francisco’s best restaurant patio,” so it’s an ideal place to hang out during decent weather. Enjoy crab Benedict or brioche French toast with Nutella for brunch or stop in on a late weekend afternoon for a barbecue while listening to live Brazilian and world music. A gorgeous day while dining doesn’t get much better than this!

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.