Luxury residences are very much present in the city of New York. Nowadays, well-known hotel brands from across the world are making a statement in Manhattan’s luxury condo market. Stay with us, and let yourself be inspired by these amazing luxury residences in the city of lights!
Introducing its city luxury residences at the same time as it is debuting a hotel, Aman has always been popular, but even the company didn’t anticipate such high demand for its highest-ticket hotel rooms.
“We’ve noticed in the last year because people didn’t want to travel as much, they are choosing to spend their time in the Aman Villas.”
The new Aman will occupy the Crown Building on 56th Street and Fifth Avenue, with just 22 luxury residences taking over floors 15 to 30.
“This hotel, like our others, is a sanctuary. It’s a place that doesn’t feel like part of the city, while being in the most central location—a contrast that’s appealing to residents who know the city.”
Bringing yet another Ritz to Manhattan, Ritz-Carlton will accommodate just 16 luxury residences. Taking advantage of the sweeping southern and western views, this building was designed by Rafael Viñoly.
Taking over the upper floors will be the smaller luxury residence, a two-bedroom unit, explaining the price that starts at around $4 million.
“It’s a perfect pied-à-terre for today’s nomadic buyer that appreciates having homes in different locations and being able to lock and leave”
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The luxury residence come fully furnished, with a maximum annual stay of 120 days, but the owners can drop them into the rental program on a nightly basis from day one.
With four apartments that clock in around 3,600 square feet, plus seven Clubhouse Suites, all with views of Central Park and the skyline, the Fasano was designed by Thierry Despont.
Duplex luxury residences are something at $100,000 a month, though membership is required to rent one—and they are offered only by invitation.
Luxury residences with just one bedroom start at $1.8 million, with four bedrooms going for around $18.5 million. Interiors will be designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, who is modernizing the Art Deco look without venturing into pastiche.