NYC Million-dollar Listings with Enviable Webcam Appeal
At Love Happens we love architecture and interior design. And celebrating alluring spaces, stunning finishes, and gorgeous furnishings masterfully appointed by talented architects and designers truly delights us. So join us as we explore ten beautifully designed million-dollar listings in NYC. Each designed by starchitects and AD 100 designers, these homes are sure to inspire some serious webcam envy!
Ten NYC Million-dollar Listings That Inspire Webcam Envy
Beckford House & Tower
Reinventing the iconic sophistication of the Upper East Side is Beckford House & Tower, a new development designed inside and out by Studio Sofield, a celebrated firm known for high-fashion clients like YSL, Gucci and Tom Ford.
Currently, under construction at 301 East 81st & 80th Street, the project is significant for its modern approach to prewar architecture. It also beautifully combines Rosario Candela’s traditional layouts with the sleek and sexy interiors that Sofield is known for.
At their core, the design of Beckford House & Tower is all about quality and functionality. Each material carefully selected for its aesthetic and practical appeal. From the foyer to the generous open living spaces, the homes feature custom millwork by Studio Sofield and large windows that bathe the interiors with natural light.
Located in the heart of Manhattan’s “New Downtown”, 77 Greenwich is a new luxury condominium offering a boutique approach to upscale urban living, featuring show-stopping water views, architecture by FXCollaborative and interiors by the renowned Deborah Berke Partners. Topping out at 500 feet, the 42-story building features a unique pleated glass curtain wall facade that provides sprawling water views from each of the homes—which begin on the 15th floor located nearly 150 feet above street level—creating a striking backdrop for your next virtual happy hour. Check out this gorgeous 3-bed, 3.5-bath listing for $4,925,000!
Architecturally conceived from the inside-out, each of the 199 homes features open and airy floor plans. Corner windows and at least 11-foot ceilings offer picture-perfect views of the NYC skyline. The perfect backdrop for all your Zoom meetings!
30 Park Place
30 Park Place Four Season Private Residences – Downtown’s tallest condo tower – boasts the highest-terraced penthouse in all of NYC. The residence soars 870 feet above the streets of Manhattan. Perched on the 82nd floor above Downtown’s first Four Seasons Hotel, it sprawls 4,538 square feet across an entire floor. The $25 million penthouse features jaw-dropping views of the Manhattan skyline. As well as 360-degree panoramic views of Midtown Manhattan, the Hudson and East Rivers, the New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty through four corner terraces. With floor-to-ceiling windows that let in plenty of natural light, the great room in the front of the home offers a tranquil retreat with the picturesque city backdrop below.
555 West End Avenue
This might be a favorite among the million-dollar NYC listings we are exploring here! Borne from the former rooftop gymnasium of historic Beaux-Arts-private-school-turned-breathtaking-condo 555 West End Avenue, the stunning Solarium Penthouse features a jaw-dropping great room with a soaring barrel-vaulted ceiling that rises 20 feet, a massive skylight and a floor-to-ceiling wall of windows that opens onto a private south-facing terrace.
Stunning in its scale and luminosity, the Solarium Penthouse is the ultimate webcam background, sure to make any viewer envious of this one-of-a-kind home. This expansive three-bedroom, 3.5-bath, 3,420-square-foot home is currently on the market for $18M.
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200 East 59th Street
200 East 59th Street, an elegant white tower standing between the Upper East Side and Midtown East, offers a bright, modern home with a wraparound terrace boasting skyline views. Unit 26E is a 1,720-square-foot, two-bedroom, two- and a half-bath corner residence spanning half a floor. It features over 94 linear feet of wraparound terrace with exposures to Central Park and the Midtown Skyline.
The floor-to-ceiling glass windows and expansive 10-foot ceilings tie the indoor-outdoor living concept together perfectly. The 571-square-foot terrace seamlessly connects the great room to an open kitchen outfitted with Italian white glass and aluminum trim cabinetry by Aran Cuchine, book matched honed Calacatta marble slab countertops, a natural white oak island and full-height backsplashes, and integrated Brilliant White glass appliances by Miele including an integrated wine refrigerator. Price: $5,750,000
One United Nations Park
Rebbeca Robertson Interiors designed this model residence with a careful collection of gorgeous art by renowned artists, modern and vintage furnishings, and delightful vignettes throughout the apartment.
Robertson’s background at Martha Stewart Living, where she worked in the collecting department and dealt with antique and vintage items, gave her a different spin on creating the interiors for the home. The resulting spaces are elevated yet comfortable. And they perfectly complement the custom finishes throughout, making this home an entertainer’s dream residence.
Star Parisian architect and interior designer Sebastien Segers who is known for his work with clients such as Giorgio Armani, Christian Dior and his 20+ year collaboration with legendary designer Marc Newson, has beautifully designed the interiors at Greenwich West, one of the tallest new buildings in Manhattan’s Hudson Square neighborhood with 170 loft-style condos.
Wide plank European white oak floors run throughout the homes. While custom kitchen islands featuring crafted “marine-edge” Carrara marble countertops and integrated bookshelves become a focal point in the room. Imparting a bespoke quality, deep, curved window-sills topped with Carrara marble echo the exterior architecture and invite residents to get up close to the windows and big views while offering a relaxing space next to natural light and fresh air. Segers’ open layouts are intended to offer plenty of space to move about while also allowing privacy through design. Take a peek inside this stunning Greenwich West listing for $3,755,000!
ONE MANHATTAN SQUARE
One Manhattan Square is a vertical village located in the heart of Manhattan’s Lower East Side with over 100,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities — that’s twice the size of The White House! Whether you’re in one of the building’s amazing amenity spaces or relaxing within your home, you are bound to have a backdrop that fascinates your colleagues and friends.
Designed by Anna Karlin — the New York-based designer whose clientele includes everyone from Lululemon to Fendi — and deemed “The Urban Gardener,” this amazing model residence at One Manhattan Square transports you into an oasis and secret paradise within the concrete jungle.
Light spills from windows into this nest, revealing a unity between domesticity and nature. You can situate your laptop for your next Zoom meeting right at the kitchen countertop, giving your viewers a glimpse into your home of plants, stunning green white, and red furniture as well as impeccable New York City skyline and water views. The creativity of this home cannot be missed.
Part of GID Development Group’s three-building Waterline Square development along the Hudson River where Midtown meets the Upper West Side, Two Waterline Square is a stunning tower offering spacious, light-filled homes with breathtaking views and timeless design.
With expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, Residence 811 showcases sweeping Hudson River and iconic New York City skyline views, and gorgeous sunsets over the water will make the perfect webcam backdrop. Residence 811 is a two-bedroom, two-bath home currently on the market for $9,688/month.
We hope you are feeling inspired to amp up your webcam backdrop thanks to all these gorgeous million-dollar listings in NYC!