So, here it is: five listing that have that special "je ne sais quoi" that separates them from the rest. Happy gawking!
↑The West Chelsea condo just hit the market for $9.5M with a full-floor, open-plan, column-free interior offers 2,600 square feet of (mostly) uninterrupted living space, with a huge foyer, an expansive living/dining area, an eat-in cook’s kitchen, two bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and so many windows your domestic life is basically public performance art.
↑There’s a lot happening with this week’s Pricespotter, a gorgeous triplex condo in Bed-Stuy, which comes with two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a roof deck that’s the size of some people’s apartments. Huge windows flood the apartment with light, and a staircase connects the different levels. It also comes with a smart home system, a washer/dryer, and a 72-square-foot private storage space, all for the price of $1.095 million.
↑A historic Ellis Island ferry—the oldest remaining, built in 1907—is looking for a new steward willing to lay down $1.25 million to own, and take care of the vessel. The ferry currently serves as the residence of artists Richard and Victoria MacKenzie-Childs, who have lived out of and docked the ship around New York City and its surrounds for the last 15 years.
↑An elegant two-bedroom, two-bathroom co-op on East 10th Street in the East Village that’s loaded with unfussy but lovely details. The downside: it’s asking $2.5 million.
↑A sprawling Tribeca condo has returned to the market just a week after it was purchased by actor/comedian Mike Myers in what we assume might’ve been a case of buyer’s remorse. The $15 million apartment is a beauty with plenty of chic, industrial charm. Some of its highlights include 14 arched windows, original beams and columns that have been restored, a huge open concept chef’s kitchen, and much more.