For the average New York City apartment dweller, a good view can be hard to come by. Residents more often than not find themselves facing alleys or brick walls. But these renderings from luxury NYC condominiums promise such amazing views, even their bathrooms offer stunning perspectives of the city.
Enjoy these seven highlights from BuzzBuzzHome’s new development database below…
With its 65 story curved glass facade, this Midtown East development offers uninterrupted views of the Manhattan skyline, Central Park and the East River — and this master bathrooms is no exception. Polished white Nanoglass walls and walnut vanities with white glass countertops direct the eye out the oversize windows.
The novelty of this view must have worn off on the couple in the rendering of this for the West 57th Street 90 story condo tower. Although the tower was completed in 2014, this rendering along with your own imagination is your best bet for experiencing daily life in one of Manhattan’s most expensive new addresses.
This Midtown East condominium offers expansive views through generously-sized paned windows in its master bathrooms. Residents enjoy both city and water views.
Residents at 10 Bond Street enjoy views of Historic Bond and Lafayette Streets — and the iconic cast iron buildings of the neighborhood. Every single residence enjoys a windowed master bathroom.
Stella Tower’s high-contrast woodwork perfectly frames its views. Located in Hell’s Kitchen, the development offers dramatic 360-degree Manhattan exposures.
This development will occupy a full city block between 59th and 60th Streets at West End Avenue. This bathroom offers a stunning city view through three floor-to-ceiling windowpanes.
This bathroom offers an unencumbered view of too many iconic NYC skyscrapers to name. At 96 stories and just 126 units, most units at 432 Park will enjoy 360-degree views.
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