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New York City Condos
Search High-Rise Condos and Lofts Throughout Manhattan
Welcome to Highrises.com New York... Your complete high-rise living guide. Our goal is to help you research the market and find buildings that are right for your needs. Please choose a building from the list below to start your search.
- Archstone Chelsea - 800 6th Ave.
- Capitol at Chelsea - 55 W. 26th
- Chelsea Landmark - 180 W. 20th
- Chelsea Tower - 100 W. 26th
- Madison Belvedere - 100 E. 29th
- The Epic - 125 W. 31st
- The Olivia - 315 W. 33rd
- The Vanguard Chelsea - 77 W. 24th
- Tower 31 - 9 W. 31st
- Chelsea Stratus - 101 W. 24th
- Archstone Midtown West
- The Biltmore (50+)
- Carnegie Mews
- La Premiere Apartments
- Ritz Plaza
- Symphony House
About New York, NY
New York City is the most populous city in the United States of America. Its business, finance, trading, law, and media organizations are influential around the globe. The city is one of the world's most important cultural centers, with hundreds of world-class museums, galleries, and performance venues. Home of the United Nations, the city is also one of the world's major venues for international diplomacy.
The building form most closely associated with New York City is the skyscraper, a pioneering urban form that saw city building shift from the low-scale European tradition to the vertical rise of business districts. Surrounded mostly by water, New York's residential density and high real estate values in commercial districts saw the city amass the largest collection of individual, free-standing office and residential towers in the world.