Don't be fooled by this Park Avenue condo's understated reno. This demure three-bedroom at 610 Park Avenue is the best excuse out there for some shameless name-dropping.
Architect Alan Wanzenberg designed the 3,195-square-foot unit, taming the usual Park Avenue puffery with his signature sharp corners and dark wood trim. The highlight may be a children's room (above) that actually looks fun, with bright red and blue carpeting and beanbag furniture. To round out its Upper East Side cred, the window in the master bedroom has a "peek" of Central Park.
In 1998, Donald Trump converted the former Mayflower Hotel into some lovely and pricey condos, including a reportedly $34.5 million penthouse. Corcoran lists this particular unit at a dainty $6.75 million—plus the hundreds you will inevitably spend gobbling up chocolate ganache at Daniel Boulud's signature restaurant downstairs. —Laura Kusisto
Perfect for the kiddies! A three-bedroom in a Trump-converted condo with a snatch of Central Park in its master bedroom vista.