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Most Stylish Houses In New York City

A stylish and regal home is often regarded as a symbol of luxury and power in the society. Be it the stunning architecture, warm woods, or the upholstery, a house that caters to all these parameters makes a stunning place to live.

Now thanks to the host of new developments, New York City also boasts of some of the stylish abodes to let your head to rest.

Take a look below and get to know which all properties fall into the list.

  1. 172 Madison Avenue
    Located next to the Empire State Building this stunning penthouse is a thing of beauty. Featuring 11 bedrooms and 14 baths, there are many amenities which makes the property one of a kind. The house is spread across the top five floors and also has a private rooftop pool to relax.
  2. 134 Charles Street
    Style and luxury have been perfectly amalgamated in this mega-mansion.  Designed by Architect Edmund Hollander, the house has all sorts of modern amenities which make it one of a kind. Truly, this abode is a perfect example of elegance in New York City.
  3. Woolworth Building Pinnacle
    The Woolworth House Building dubbed as Pinnacle is the next one to join our list. Blessed with 5 floors the penthouse also has 400 square feet of the open-air observatory which is a prominent feature. At $79 million the property is not only one of the expensive houses but also the stylish one in New York City.
  4. Madison Square Park Tower
    This particular triplex is also counted among the stylish houses in the Big Apple. Spread across a total area of 13,000 square feet, the skyscraper soars above the ground at a height of 750 feet. Featuring lavish interiors, the house is priced at $77.7 million.
  5. 25th Columbus Circle PH80
    If you love everything posh then this house will certainly entice you. While the interiors are done by Tony Ingrao the penthouse has all the best amenities in one place. Currently priced at $75 million, the abode is owned by Related CEO Stephen Ross.
  6. 212 Fifth Avenue
    This particular property is located at the northwest corner of Madison Square Park. Boasting of 5-bedrooms the neo-gothic masterpiece is spread across 10,000 square feet. Featuring a grand ballroom, observatory, and rooftop garden, the house has a hefty price tag of $60 million.
  7. 520 W.28th Street
    A perfect amalgamation of modern architecture and style, the house on the 28 street is a thing of beauty. The property is spread across 11,000 sq. feet and is linked from inside through a structural staircase. With seven bedrooms, the condo also has a roof-top terrace which can be remodelled further into a private garden.
  8. 160 Leroy Street
    The building features a distinctive curved design which is a treat to the eyes. The other amenities of the house include a private driveway, spa, yoga room, steam room, sauna, and massage room for the residents. Other extravagant features include the floor to the glass ceiling, a catering kitchen, and the whole property is priced between $4.6M-$11.9M.
  9. 70 Vestry Street
    The prestigious condo boasts of a waterfront location and a limestone façade. With a resident roster including Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady, the whole property boasts of enviable amenities. Pitched at a starting price of $12M, this is one of the most stylish houses in the city.
  10. 443 Greenwich Street
    The amenity-rich condominium has carefully amalgamated histrionic features with modern amenities. From an underground parking garage, 71-foot indoor pool, Hamman, and a fitness center, the facilities are perfect for all residents.  With all the features combined the house has a starting price of $7.5M and is one of the stylish abodes in the Big Apple.

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Ryan Miller is a Senior Economist and Alternate Executive Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. He specializes in global finance, labor laws, international banking, public financial management, fiscal policy, and applied microeconomics. In his current role, he oversees the production of special reports, profiles, and lists for the magazine. Prior to this, he was an Advisor to the Editor-in-Chief for one year. Before that, he served as the lead economist for Central America (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama), Europe, and Central Asia in the magazine's news division. Ryan has extensive experience in economic forecasting, surveillance, and providing economic policy advice.

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