The_Astor_PH_Terrace.jpgPicture this: you’re looking to buy a $14 million home in Manhattan. What can your budget get you? We searched three NYC neighborhoods—Gramercy Park, the Upper West Side and Tribeca—to see just how far your money will go.

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235 West 75th Street PH2


At long last, the Astor’s Penthouse 2 has hit the market. Boasting 4,805 square feet of gorgeously outfitted space, this 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom Upper West Side duplex truly leaves nothing to be desired. You’ll find 1,702 square feet of private outdoor space, charming crown molding, two gas-burning fireplaces and stunning white-oak herringbone floors. Top-of-the-line appliances, radiant heated floors, plenty of Calacatta Gold and an enviable location are just the cherries on top. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, 917.746.9539,

145 Hudson Street Apartment 13A

Space is the name of the game in this Tribeca loft, where an impressive 5,198 square feet are spread over 2 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. Featuring south, east and west exposures for incredible views, the industrial-style loft even has glass rooms crafted by Joe Jaroff Studios. Perfect for those who love modern design, the rooms are complete with a hydraulic bed and dresser. Natural materials reign supreme, complementing the soaring 11-foot ceilings for an airy finish throughout the home. Tinnie Sassano, Compass, 917.602.0198,

135 East 19th Street

For the first time in over 50 years, this coveted Gramercy Park townhouse has returned to the market. Own a piece of history with this architecturally significant home. Originally built by wealthy Dutch owners in 17 century Amsterdam, the home was dismantled and shipped to the Upper West Side in 1845, followed by a relocation to Gramercy Park in 1910. While the home’s Gothic design still shines through stained-glass windows and decorative stone inlays, the almost 7,000 square feet of interior living space are updated with modern finishes for a welcoming and comfortable home. Jim St. André, Compass, 646.732.8162,

Whether you prefer uptown or downtown living, luxurious finishes or prewar charm, these on-the-market NYC properties are once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Let us know which is your favorite!