Sharon Elizabeth Samuel
To those who decided to nest in the city for its quiet and solitude, this is the home for you. Priced at $12.5 million, 92 Laight Street has been customized to offer abundant views of northern Manhattan, without any of the noise.
This apartment might make your ears pop. The New York Residence listing notes, “Even in a city accustomed to high buildings an apartment on the 69th floor, 700 ft up in the air, is exceedingly rare.” $16.9 million will buy you windows galore, with slightly intimidating views of Columbus Circle and silent motorized Read More
That’s right, Stribling calls it “swellegant”–the perfect mix between swell and elegant, casual and upscale. Yet we’re finding it a bit difficult to see the casual side of this $10.8 million, five-story townhouse. Built in 1899, 15 Sutton Place is a historic building with 10 rooms and an elevator to help you navigate Read More
New York City might not seem like the best place to lay your head if you’re weary of noise, but for the easily disturbed 949 Park Avenue may be the perfect sanctuary. The condo building provides “the privacy of just six duplexes,” with “pin-drop quiet interiors” and private outdoor space in every apartment, according to Read More