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Newly Renovated Eco-Townhouse with Elevator on Prime Park Block

53 West 71st Street

This sunny and stunning single-family home will dazzle you with its openness and luxury. Tall windows flood every floor with sunlight, and a double-height ceiling on the garden floor makes a striking impression. With four different outdoor spaces and a coveted location, this is a home that will bring you endless delight.

Baxt/Ingui, premier residential architects, are currently giving this home a breathtaking brand-new renovation, which will give this house not only new splendor, but state-of-the-art systems. This is a “passive house,” which means it has been completely sealed against drafts. As a result, you have an ultra-efficient, ecologically sound home which takes less energy and money to keep warm, while keeping out street noise and pests. A sophisticated ventilation system tempers the filtered fresh air that flows 24/7 into the house with almost no visible or audible mechanicals. Triple-glazed windows are “passive house” certified and landmark approved, preserving both warmth and elegance.

Price: $14,950,000

Create 21'-Wide Single-Family Mansion on Prime West 70s Block

140 West 75th Street


140 West 75th Street is ready to become one of this city's premier residences. Its whopping 21 feet of width earns it a place among the most sought-after townhouses in Manhattan. It already boasts 6,926 interior square feet, not counting the cellar level. There is enough remaining FAR to build approximately 3,400 additional square feet, according to PropertyShark, pending zoning and historic district regulations. Consult your architect. The approximately 600-square-foot, south-facing garden is to die for. The moment you step outside you are sure to fall in love. Best of all, the house is fully renovation-ready. Appropriate paperwork to vacate the house has been obtained by the current owner. It can be delivered vacant, allowing you to start plans for construction almost immediately.

This is your opportunity to join the elite club of Upper West Side single-family elevator townhouse owners, by investing only a fraction of what you would pay for a finished home of this caliber. Finished homes of this width on the Upper West Side have consistently tickled the $20 million mark. These West 70s blocks have proven especially valuable. Here on West 75th Street, number 22 sold for $18,850,000 - a house that was the same width as 140 West 75th Street. 26 West 76th Street and 47 West 70th Street both sold for over $19 million when finished, and 47 West 70th Street was a foot narrower than 140 West 75th Street. Market indications confirm that this home has the potential for a similar sale price, once it is fully finished as a deluxe elevator single-family mansion. Investors know that even if you invest $3.5 million in a deluxe renovation, you will still be positioned to potentially make millions upon resale.

Price: $12,500,000

20'-Wide Townhouse in Prime West 70s - Create Your Dream Single-Family

144 West 73rd Street


Situated at the center of a row of historic, single-family homes, 144 West 73rd Street is a 20'-wide, five-story townhouse ready to be renovated into your deluxe, single-family elevator mansion. This classic, Queen Anne brownstone can be delivered vacant. Bring your architect, and get started right away. Stop just dreaming of owning a single-family mansion on Manhattan's coveted West 70s, and start designing your custom home!

Finished, 20-foot, single-family elevator townhouses nearby have broken price records over the past few years. The West 70s, in particular, have proven themselves to top the category of "location, location, location." Finished homes on these blocks, including 22 West 75th Street, 47 West 70th Street, and 26 West 76th Street, all grazed the $20 million mark in the past few years. 144 West 73rd Street is poised to be next on that list. Since there is potential for a sale price near $20 million, even after a $3.5 million luxury renovation, you will still be positioned to potentially make millions upon resale.

Price: $12,000,000

“White Box” Elevator Townhouse on Perfect Park Block

23 West 69th Street


On a tree-lined street just steps away from Central Park, this vacant “white box” twenty-footer is ready for your vision. The best and brightest architects will vie for the opportunity to design a single family mansion at this prestigious address. Choose to create your single family home now, or enjoy nearly $400,000 in annual rental income until you are ready to renovate. Newly envisioned luxury floorplan and virtual Parlour Floor rendering are now available.

Price: $11,995,000

25’-Wide Neo-Georgian Mansion

305 West 71st Street

As featured in The New York Times

Convert this extra-wide neo-Georgian mansion to the single-family home of your dreams, or move into the luxurious owner’s unit and collect rental income! High ceilings and majestic sweeping space, rare for a townhouse, define this secluded home. Located a short walk from Lincoln Center, this cul-de-sac block provides privacy as well as the advantages of a side street populated with turn-of-the-century townhouses. Designed by George Keister, an architect famous for such New York landmarks as the Apollo Theater, the Beaux-Arts style Belasco Theater, and the American Airlines Theater (Roundabout). He also designed the McAlpin-Miller House, which was purchased by the Carnegie family and is now part of the Cooper-Hewitt National Museum of Design.

Price: $11,900,000

Deluxe 25-Footer in Prime Brooklyn Heights

118 Remsen Street


This building is a rare treat indeed: A 25-foot townhouse in a prime Brooklyn Heights location. With incredible ceiling height on the parlour level and 83 feet of depth, the spaciousness alone will stagger you—and everything about this building is top-notch. The façade is in immaculate condition, and the mechanicals are world-class. Brilliant sunlight floods in through huge windows. The space is currently configured as a spectacularly renovated owner’s triplex plus three floors of one-bedroom apartments. Live-with-income, or configure this as a lavish single-family home. With eight different subway lines just steps away, and the quaint shops and restaurants of Brooklyn Heights around the corner, this location—just one subway stop out of Manhattan—is simply ideal.

Price: $10,750,000

Best Park Block Townhouse. Single-Family Buyers: Bring Your Contractors!

56 West 76th Street

This handsome five-story townhouse is located on one of the most desirable blocks on the Upper West Side. Central Park is only a few steps away. This lovely park block is tree-lined and almost completely townhouse-flanked. Currently configured as ten rental units, this townhouse needs only your creative touch to transform it into your ideal single-family mansion in an unbeatable location.

Price: $9,750,000

Vacant 25-Foot Clarence True with Original Details

311 West 91st Street


Enjoy the soaring ceilings, extravagant width, and original details of this lovely Clarence True original. Original details permeate the building, with exposed brick, fireplaces on each floor, a Juliet balcony, and original oak paneling throughout. This home is situated on a lovely townhouse block; Clarence True designed the entire block. The unique top duplex features a dramatic double-height ceiling and splendid light. With twenty-five feet of width, a sizable garden, and great bones, this building is perfectly suited to become a single-family or live-with-income opportunity. It is currently configured as three units: a floor-through garden apartment and two luxury duplexes. Bring your contractor. Building will be delivered vacant.

Price: $8,825,000

Rare 20-Foot Joseph Taft Townhosue on Riverside Park Block

310 West 89th Street

Revel in the wonderful original details of this impeccably maintained Flemish Revival townhouse. Designed in 1889 by Joseph H. Taft, cousin of the 27th President of the United States, the building is a showpiece of his distinguished architectural style and expertise in combining design and decoration. From exquisite moldings and mantelpieces to intricate pillars, window cornices, and wainscoting, each floor reveals a new historical treasure that makes this a real Upper West Side find. With twenty feet of width, soaring ceilings, and exposed brick throughout, this building is perfectly suited to become a single-family or live-with-income opportunity. It is currently configured as ten free-market units that bring in more than $28,000 per month, including a rear duplex with access to a spacious private garden and patio. Located on the best Riverside Park Block, 310 West 89th Street is just a hop, skip, and a jump from the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, dog parks, playground, and great public transportation.

Price: $7,650,000

Beaux Arts Elevator Townhouse with Breathtaking Double Height Ceiling

103 East 91st Street


This gorgeous Beaux Arts townhouse in Carnegie Hill is truly one-of-a-kind. From the moment you enter, the scope of the double height living room takes your breath away. The ceiling in the entryway is impossibly high, and you can see more than eighty feet back, all the way to the garden. Original wood-burning fireplaces, charming round nautical windows, and stunning mahogany woodwork permeate this unique home. With the amount of sunlight that comes in on a sunny day, between the copious windows and the four skylights on the top floor, you’ll think you left the lights on.

This house was owned in the 1950s by Patrick Dennis (also known as Edward Everett Tanner III), creator of Auntie Mame. Many of his decorative flourishes have survived to the present, and great care has been taken to create convenience for the 21st-century owner: every floor has an audio/visual intercom, and central air conditioning has been installed, with three zones. There are two different outdoor spaces, both with their own lighting and irrigation. And the Carnegie Hill location simply cannot be beat; it’s just one house off the corner of Park Avenue, a brisk seven-minute walk from Central Park and Museum Mile.

Price: $7,500,000

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