277 Fifth Luxury NYC Condos

Sophistication with a view, wrapped in luxe living. This ideal could soon be yours once the new 55-story condo structure at 277 Fifth Avenue is complete. Imagine breathtaking views of Downtown Manhattan in every direction, paired with an ideal NoMad location near your favorite parks and dining destinations.

Oh, and did we mention brunch? NYC’s NoMad neighborhood offers an abundance of brunch options, some easily within walking distance. Walk over to iIlili for Mediterranean-infused meals such as zaatar eggs benedict with roasted tomatoes, Lebanese pancakes with fruit and orange syrup, or baked eggs with lamb sausage. For brunch with a view, try 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar’s brunch buffet, served outdoors alongside New York’s largest rooftop garden area. The weekend buffet features traditional brunch fare, including an omelet station, fried chicken, or eggs benedict. This restaurant also has a fully enclosed penthouse area and outdoor heat stations for when the weather gets a tad chilly. La Pecora Bianca, one of Zagat’s “best brunch spots in NYC,” is also just a short walk from 277 Fifth Avenue. This Italian restaurant tucked within the Saint James building offers brunch delights such as avocado or smoked-salmon toast, ricotta and lemon pancakes, and a decadent French toast with bananas and walnuts, along with a classic brunch bellini or bloody Mary. The menu also includes homemade pork sausage and several frittata options, as well as baked eggs in a spicy tomato sauce for a delicious Italian twist.

Walk off your meal with a stroll over to Madison Square Park. Check out the park’s ever-changing art and sculptures on display or simply enjoy the view of the seasonal hydrangeas, tulips, and daffodils.

Dogpatch Residences for Sale

If you’ve been looking for a new place to call home in Dogpatch, your search is over. The residences for sale at 815 Tennessee will offer a slice of luxury living in a lively and unique neighborhood of San Francisco, close to numerous dining destinations.

Brunch fans rejoice! Weekend brunch options abound near 815 Tennessee. Enjoy buttermilk donuts with salted caramel/vanilla icing for a sweet treat at Serpentine or try their breakfast tamales with eggs and pickled onions for something more savory.

Take in a good view with a side of eggs for brunch at Mission Rock Resort on the waterfront. Enjoy pork schnitzel and eggs for a little something different or munch on a cheddar breakfast biscuit sandwich to go along with a plate of oysters shared with a friend.

The Zagat-rated Piccino also features intriguing brunch selections, such as scrambled eggs with squash, tomatoes, and corn, or your choice of breakfast pizza with an egg.

Canine and craft-beer aficionados will appreciate an afternoon or evening at Triple Voodoo Brewery & Taproom, which operates 16 rotating taps of house-brewed beer to sample. Stop in on a Friday for a tour of the brewery and taste some of the beers in the works. Voodoo Brewery & Taproom is dog-friendly all the time, so it’s bound to become a favorite stop for you and Fido on your daily walks.

Sutton Cellars has a little something for lovers of wine, hard cider, and vermouth. This kid-friendly destination offers a taster’s treat featuring four different wines, perfect for figuring out the ideal bottle to take home or purchase as a gift.

Pique your artistic interests with an afternoon at the galleries of the Minnesota Street Project. The eclectic exhibits include an ever-changing rotation of creative experiences, such as an art-book show or an exhibit called “Synesthesia” that examines the intersecting worlds of color, art, and fragrance creation. While exploring the work on display, take a break at the gallery restaurant Alta for pastry, coffee, or cocktails. Alta also serves a full dinner menu with features such as pork loin and an artichoke and fava bean stew.

Enjoy a challenging full-body workout with an afternoon of bouldering—climbing rock walls without harnesses or ropes—at Dogpatch Boulders. This indoor rock gym provides 14,000 square feet of climbing space, with climbs suitable for all skill levels. Take a class or private lessons to hone your climbing skills or sign up your office for a private group-climbing event. Dogpatch Boulders also offers summer and after-school camps for kids, giving them a perfect way to work off some excess energy while having fun in a completely novel way. And it’s not all about climbing at Dogpatch Boulders. Sign up for one of their yoga classes, such as yoga for athletes and vinyasa flow, to enhance flexibility and your ability to mentally relax at the same time.

And don’t forget that it’s almost always the perfect time to enjoy a chilly treat. The Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous shop lovingly crafts homemade ice cream that kids and adults alike will appreciate. This award-winning venue will tempt you with inspired flavor combinations like buttermilk lemon, malted chocolate crunch, and bananas foster. What’s not to love?

 

The Lindley Condos Murray Hill

Your favorite neighborhood’s residential options just got a lot more exciting …and luxurious. The Murray Hill condos for sale at The Lindley offer everything from compact luxe-living quarters on up through three-bedroom, two-bathroom units with radiant-heated flooring in the master bath.

The Lindley also has a rooftop garden and grill area, perfect for an evening paired with a favorite beverage or a burger cooked to perfection. Stay in shape at The Lindley’s fitness center, outfitted with rubber flooring for extra comfort and quiet, no matter what your workout routine. Afterward, relax in the residents’ lounge and catch up on light reading.

Spend an afternoon shopping in Murray Hill with a visit to Dover Street Market New York, which offers everything from handbags to high-end jackets, sunglasses, and shoes for men and women. Pick out the perfect hat—no matter what your style—at the century-old JJ Hat Center. From cowboy to newsboy or fedora, if it’s a chic chapeau, JJ Hat Center has it.

Enjoy a summer weekend afternoon taking the East River Ferry over to Governors Island to experience NYC in a completely different way. Visit on a summer Saturday for a free kayaking session from the Downtown Boathouse or unwind in one of 50 hammocks in Hammock Grove for a great napping or reading site with an away-from-the-city vibe close to home. When you’re hungry, stop by the Island Oyster restaurant for seafood paired with a stunningly different view of Manhattan.

For another taste of island life without leaving town, visit Roosevelt Island, best accessed by an overhead tram that is designed like a large cabin-style ski lift. Take your bike on the tram; then ride around the island to check out its numerous park areas. For some outdoor family time, pack picnic supplies and have an old-fashioned barbecue, courtesy of the grills at Lighthouse Park or West Seawall.

Have some more outdoor family or solo fun in any season at Bryant Park. Take the entire troop ice skating at the rink at Bryant Park’s Winter Park during wintry months and enjoy some warm cocoa at Public Fare. In the warmer-weather months, take the kids to story time, treat yourself to a yoga or tai chi class, or challenge a stranger to a game of ping-pong. Music performances, magic shows, and puppet shows happen regularly at the park, offering entertainment for just about every age or interest. The park hosts more than 1,000 events and special activities every year, so there’s never a shortage of interesting outdoor experiences to discover within walking distance from home.

When you’re in the mood for an adults’ night out, check out the Jazz Standard, identified by New York Magazine as one of “10 venues impacting the NYC music scene today.” Check out the Jazz Standard’s Mingus Mondays to experience one of three Mingus bands or orchestras dedicated to performing Charles Mingus’s works. While you’re there, sample from the venue’s Southern-inspired menu, featuring fare such as skillet macaroni and cheese, fried chicken, barbecued salmon, and a seven-pepper beef brisket.

Midtown Manhattan Apartments

Exotic. Rich. Refined. Three words that summarize the Manhattan View at MiMA experience. Manhattan View—a set of luxury condominiums for sale—is the bejeweled crown comprising the top 13 floors of the glass MiMA tower in Midtown Manhattan, towering 500 feet above West 42nd Street. Each unit offers floor-to-ceiling views of the city skyline and the Hudson River, which inspired lead interior designer Jamie Drake in his approach to outfitting each residence.

 

“With icons of the city sparkling and glittering outside every window, I wanted to bring that same excitement and elegance inside,” Drake told W42ST Magazine. “Each and every residence has its own uniquely stunning view and my design for the interiors celebrates that.”

 

Exciting and elegant, indeed. Spa-inspired bathrooms feature polished Carrara marble floors and Calacatta marble showers. The lacquer gloss of the kitchen cabinets captures the sparkle of the city outside while oak plank flooring throughout each unit adds a warm, inviting vibe for both residents and guests. “Smart home” automation allows you to control the evening’s playlist, the mood lighting, and room temperature from a touch of your phone for the ideal experience of effortless luxury.

 

While so many “icons of the city” shine through the windows, Manhattan View at MiMA is itself becoming iconic. “MiMA”—the name of the glass tower—is now a go-to moniker for Midtown Manhattan. And it is perfectly fitting, as MiMA is the centerpiece of both Midtown and Manhattan, near the nightlife, the dining destinations, and theatres that make Manhattan a magical place.

New Luxury Rentals at 555Ten

Your favorite neighborhood is about to get even more interesting. The upcoming luxury Midtown Manhattan apartment building 555TEN is all about the amenities. Once complete, the 52-story building will have its own rooftop deck and pool, a yoga studio, children’s playroom, indoor bike storage, and a private club room for residents. A covered dog park offers the ideal scenario for canines and their families—an outdoor space for dogs that stays dry even during inclement weather.

 

With a prime location—555 10th Avenue—your home is close to all the theatrical action on and off Broadway. Just a brief walk away, Playwrights Horizons offers six productions annually. Six works produced here have earned the Pulitzer Prize, so it’s no small wonder that The New York Times’ Charles Isherwood calls Playwrights Horizons “a mainstay of off-Broadway.” Take in a performance of Dan LeFranc’s Rancho Viejo—about a failing marriage that impacts the lives of the couple’s parents and community many miles away—or Adam Bock’s A Life—a show featuring David Hyde Pierce as a lonely man who turns to astrology for answers to his life’s toughest question.

 

Steps away, Theatre Row offers The United Solo Theatre Festival—a months-long event that offers more than 100 theatrical performances, each featuring only one person on stage. This year’s series welcomes performers from eighteen countries spanning six continents. Take the entire family to Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row for the critically acclaimed The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show, a puppet-based adaptation of four children’s stories by Eric Carle. These are only a few of the theatrical options in the neighborhood, so you’ll never have to travel far to get your fill of stage-based satisfaction.    

The ViewPointe Townhouses in Oceanside CA

Imagine this reality: your own townhouse or penthouse a few blocks away from the Pacific Ocean. Stunning views entice you up to your own private rooftop deck at The ViewPointe. Everything you love about life in Oceanside is within walking or biking distance. Welcome home.  

Oceanside Pier beckons, just a brief walk away. Take in the scents of the ocean or watch surfers catching waves nearby. Fish for stingray, halibut, or sand sharks right from the pier or go after the big one on a chartered fishing trip. Grab your surfboard (or rent one) and tame the waves yourself. The pier area is one of the best in the region for surfing; so much so that it hosts regular surfing competitions. For a more tranquil twist on surfing, rent a stand-up paddleboard and paddle your way around the Oceanside Harbor.

 

Choose from Oceanside’s many bike trails to plan the perfect two-wheeled adventure or get in your daily dose of cardio. Bike paths are marked to note “easy” through “advanced” workout levels, allowing you to tailor your ride to your exercise goals for the day.

 

When the weather isn’t cooperative enough for outdoor activities, take in a performance by the Oceanside Theatre Company or visit the art gallery in the lobby of the company’s Sunshine Brooks Theatre. Witness a performance of Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice, dubbed by The New York Times as “a love letter to the world,” or the Pulitzer Prize-winning Picnic by William Inge.  

 

Visit the Oceanside Museum of Art to take in exhibits from famed artists such as San Diego’s own Marjorie Nodelman, who helped launched the Gaslamp Quarter art scene. Participate in a tabletop looming workshop or learn about Italian frescoes in one of the museum’s monthly offerings. Sign your young budding artist up for a birthday party at the museum for an event that will inspire her/his creative spirits for weeks to come.  

Oakland Homes at The Emerson

You’ve often dreamt of a home with the perfect Oakland location—close to the water, near the office, and within minutes of your favorite restaurants. Thanks to The Emerson, your dream is about to become a reality. These NOBE condominiums for sale are in the heart of all the action. And when you’re ready to relax and unwind a bit, the communal rooftop deck offers impressive views of the bay, plus a fire pit, grilling area, and plenty of lounging space.

 

Venture beyond your door to take in the riches of the neighborhood. Emeryville Marina is just a short walk or bike ride away—a perfect place for boat watching or even getting on the water yourself. Rent a stand-up paddleboard from KGB Kiteboarding at the marina and cruise through the calm waters of the bay. When you’re in the mood for serious adventure, take a kiteboarding class and learn how to harness the power of the wind to propel yourself through—and above—the water at breathtaking speeds. Explore more than 14,000 square feet of rock-climbing and bouldering space at Berkeley Ironworks. Take a class to literally learn the ropes of rock climbing, or visit the on-site shop to purchase your own gear for adventures beyond the walls.

 

Now that you’ve worked up an appetite, it’s time to eat. Head over to Townhouse Bar & Grill for chicken piccata, avocado bruschetta, or steak tacos, or enjoy your favorite gastropub fare at Propaganda. Experience pub classics such as a pulled pork sandwich or barbecue meatball skewers, or try the spicy lemongrass sausage sandwich for something a little different.  

Chicago’s New Luxury Homes

If you’ve always wanted to live in a brand-new condominium close to your favorite Gold Coast hot spots, now’s your chance. Chicago’s new luxury homes at Two West Delaware are in the heart of the action, so you’ll never have to venture too far to experience all your favorite aspects of paradise.

Two West Delaware offers condo configurations with one to five bedrooms and up to four and a half bathrooms to best suit your needs. Some of the condos have multiple balconies; all have floor-to-ceiling windows for optimal natural lighting. Living areas and hallways offer wide-plank engineered flooring for classic comfort and good looks under foot. Kitchens feature custom cabinets, high-end appliances, and stone countertops for a sleek yet inviting space. Enjoy a walk-in shower with frameless glass shower doors for a luxurious hotel vacation vibe.

The neighborhood provides plenty for you to do without even getting into a car. Take a bike ride up to the Lakefront Trail for stunning views of both the city and Lake Michigan. Spend some time on Oak Street Beach, relaxing under a rented umbrella or playing a pickup game of chess or beach volleyball. Grab some nachos, a classic Chicago dog, or a margarita at the beach restaurant while remaining in your beach attire.

Spend an evening showing friends a stunning view of Chicago after dark by visiting the Signature Restaurant or Signature Lounge, on the 95th and 96th floors of the John Hancock Center. The restaurant offers delectable delights such as lamb or pork chops, surf and turf, or a seafood tower with lobster, oysters, shrimp, and crab legs. Venture up to the lounge to indulge in lighter fare like a Mediterranean platter or a margherita pizza or to enjoy drinks and a shared creme brulee or blueberry cheesecake for dessert.

History buffs will appreciate Newberry Library, which is not your average neighborhood library. Newberry houses significant collections of documents and books dating back centuries. Inspect original Renaissance music manuscripts or read a copy of Lewis and Clark’s expedition journal with notes by Thomas Jefferson penned in the margins. The library also has nearly 100,000 vintage and ancient works dedicated to the history of books and printing, including some items from as far back as the 1400s. Newberry also has the perennial collection of works about Chicago and Midwest history, for those who want to delve deeper into the region’s origins.

When you’re in the mood for a completely different kind of afternoon, visit the International Museum of Surgical Science to view several centuries’ worth of medical artifacts and artwork, up close and personal. The museum’s gift shop also has an assortment of unusual items for sale. Pick up a pair of skeleton socks or a plush version of an internal organ or stem cell for that friend or loved one that has everything, including a quirky sense of humor.

Jardim West Chelsea

Relaxed luxury in the middle of New York’s exciting West Chelsea neighborhood may sound like a dream, but it’s a reality. Picture your new home, Jardim, with its bespoke kitchen design, complete with oak doors and walls, Italian cabinetry, and modern stainless steel countertops. In the master bath, enjoy radiant-heat flooring and a rain shower, both equally comforting to the soul and body. Take in stunning natural views from within your condominium, thanks to oversized pocket windows that tuck seamlessly into the walls.

 

West Chelsea just may be the brunch lover’s dream locale, with weekend options available at a number of nearby establishments. Trestle on Tenth, which serves breakfast seven days a week, offers up Swiss inspiration with morning fare such as steak tartare with quail eggs and a toasted baguette, or an herb and goat cheese omelette. Enjoy black-pepper biscuits, an asparagus and rhubarb scramble, or yogurt with homemade granola at Red Cat. Experience a taste of Paris at La Bergamote Patisserie, a French bakery/eatery complete with Euro-style sidewalk dining. Savor a classic croque monsieur or madame, a smoked salmon platter, or lemon ricotta pancakes, or share a fruit danish sampler or pain au chocolat with a close friend or two as you share stories over your morning coffee. Opt for brunch beyond the norm at Blossom, an upscale vegan brunch and lunch destination. Blossom offers up its own take on eggs Benedict or Florentine, swapping out the oeufs for a perfectly textured tofu.

 

Fill an evening with the arts without ever having to leave West Chelsea. Visit the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre for a hilarious night of improv or sketch comedy. Witness or even take part in the Lady Jam, the theatre’s monthly “everyone-gets-to-perform” improv night just for females. Appreciate the art and athleticism of dance at Joyce Theater, which offers performances nearly every night. Savor “Kids Dance,” an annual extravaganza touted by The New York Times as “a New York City treasure,” featuring youth from Ballet Tech. For dance of another flavor, check out the show “Rioult Dance NY,” set to early progressive rock music.

 

Spend an inspiring evening at the museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology to take in exhibits such as Force of Nature, which explores nature’s numerous influences on the fashion world. “The Science of Attraction,” one aspect of the exhibit, explores the “Peacock Revolution” that made men’s clothing of the late 1960s bold in both color and pattern. The Force of Nature exhibit features apparel and footwear from the 18th century onwards, with items from famed designers such as Yves Saint Laurent, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Alexander McQueen.

 

When in the mood for a relaxing stroll around the neighborhood, the High Line is well worth a visit. Both an excellent means of viewing the city and of taking in nature, this elevated green space is accessible from numerous locations, including several near Jardim. Take in one of the High Line’s scheduled programs to appreciate the park in new ways. Sign up for a garden tour, view many of the public art pieces along the line, or participate in a Tuesday night stargazing session to observe a universe beyond the city lights.  

 

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