From the Upper East Side to Midtown, New York City has some of the best penthouses in the world. With the world’s best views, interiors and amenities, here you can find a selection of the 10 most expensive homes in the city that never sleeps.

Midtown East

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Occupying a full floor of the 96-story residential tower designed by Rafael Vinoly at 432 Park Avenue, this property has been completely reimagined by one of the most sought-after home designers. Featuring huge ceilings, large windows, white oak flooring, exquisite stone decor, custom wall treatments, and millwork, this amazing house has been refitted with centrally controlled state-of-the-art media, security systems, and climate regulation.

Midtown – Nomad

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Located in Madison Avenue, this property boasts more than 325 sq. m of glass-walled living spaces with 6-8 ceilings and outdoor terraces. The contemporary interior design benefits from massive amounts of air and natural light, great features to be found in one of the most expensive homes in New York City.

Central Park South

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This amazing property has incredible amenities like, 24-hour doorman and concierge services, valet parking, a landscaped terrace with river views, a swimming pool with city views, a pet terrace, and five-star Zen spa services. A rare combination of grand space, incredible light, dramatic views, and excellence in design and execution, this luxury home has unmatched  level of custom finishes.

Midtown

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Boasting an extraordinary and expansive outdoor area that offers 360-degree views of Central Park, this triplex penthouse is one of the most expensive homes and is situated in the new, 91-story skyscraper on Billionaires’ Row.

Upper West Side

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Carrying on the traditions of the great apartment houses of yesteryear, this amazing property has grandly proportioned public rooms and a private floor of an elegant bedroom suite. Enjoying an additional 100 sq.m outdoor living space, this 500 sq.m property is located at Lincoln Square and offers a timeless design.

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Upper East Side

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Situated atop the historic Pierre Hotel on Fifth Avenue, this spectacular, 14-room duplex apartment features meticulous renovation and boasting extraordinary views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline, the reason why this property is one of the most expensive homes.

Midtown

Most Expensive Homes In New York City

Located at the pinnacle of the Aman Hotel, this property, designed by Jean-Michel Gathy, is one of the most expensive homes in New York and it offers unlimited access to all of the hotel’s amenities. The penthouse’s immense living and dining areas boast picturesque views of Central Park and the Upper East Side.

Upper East Side

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Boasting tremendous garden-like terraces laid out by the brilliant landscape designer Madison Cox, this property is one of the most expensive homes and offers amazing views of Central Park. Every room within the 640 m interior is graced with lovely, leafy outlooks.

Central Park South

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Sitting over the most exclusive, private residences of the infamous Billionaires’ Row of Manhattan, this luxury home is one of the most expensive homes in New York and has it all from 24/7 Ritz amenities and service to a location minutes from the Lincoln Center, Broadway, The MET, MOMA, Carnegie Hall, and Fifth and Madison Avenues.

New York, USA

Most Expensive Homes In New York City

The luxurious yet inviting design is dominated by a warm and neutral color palette, providing a sense of earthiness and connection to nature to one of the most expensive homes in New York City. The sophistication is also very present, the use of high-end furnishings and designer furniture elevates the softness of some of the spaces. The use of organic shapes and a wide range of patterns and textures add to this feeling. 

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