Finance These are the priciest homes for sale in New York City

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The most expensive available listings in New York City range from $50 million to $85 million.

New York City has no shortage of high-end real estate options for deep-pocketed buyers. play

New York City has no shortage of high-end real estate options for deep-pocketed buyers.

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  • The most expensive available listings in New York City range from $50 million to $85 million
  • Many feature scenic views of Manhattan and vast amounts of indoor and outdoor space.
  • Some of the most luxurious amenities include yachts, chef services, wine cellars, and steam rooms.

New York City is no stranger to expensive homes and apartments, many of which have astronomical price-to-square-footage ratios.

While celebrities and billionaires continue to snatch up the city's most luxurious residences, sometimes as financial investments rather than living spaces, there are still plenty of options available for anyone with $50 million to spare.

These are the 15 most expensive listings currently available in New York City, according to Streeteasy.

15. 854 Fifth Avenue — $50 million

15. 854 Fifth Avenue — $50 million play

15. 854 Fifth Avenue — $50 million

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With nine floors and plenty of views of Central Park, this townhouse was designed by the architects behind Grand Central Station, who were inspired by the Palace of Versailles.

Source: StreetEasy



14. 219 East 44th Street — $53 million

14. 219 East 44th Street — $53 million play

14. 219 East 44th Street — $53 million

(StreetEasy/Town Residential)

Featuring six units on the top seven floors of a 35-story building, this "mansion in the sky" penthouse has floor-to-ceiling windows that provide scenic views of Manhattan.



13. 4 East 66th Street — $55 million

13. 4 East 66th Street — $55 million play

13. 4 East 66th Street — $55 million

(StreetEasy/Brown Harris Stevens)

Combining architectural styles from the 1920s with modern flourishes, this apartment features a private elevator and views of Central Park.



12. 151 East 58th Street — $57.5 million

12. 151 East 58th Street — $57.5 million play

12. 151 East 58th Street — $57.5 million

(StreetEasy/Douglas Elliman)

This 9,000-square-foot duplex has 16 rooms, including five bedrooms and more than six bathrooms. It's currently owned by hedge funder Steve Cohen.

Source: Business Insider



11. 443 Greenwich Street — $58 million

11. 443 Greenwich Street — $58 million play

11. 443 Greenwich Street — $58 million

(StreetEasy/Cantor and Pecorella)

Residents of this Tribeca condominium would have access to a 24-hour valet, 71-foot indoor swimming pool, 5,000-square-foot roof terrace, temperature-controlled wine cellar, private fitness studios, and a Hamam.



10. 11-13 West 10th Street — $59.5 million

10. 11-13 West 10th Street — $59.5 million play

10. 11-13 West 10th Street — $59.5 million

(StreetEasy/Brown Harris Stevens)

This massive Greenwich Village mansion has 16,560 square feet of indoor space and 5,690 square feet of outdoor space, which includes a garden, roof deck, and terrace. It's owned by former Bearn Sterns executive Warren Spector.



9. 56 Leonard Street — $61 million

9. 56 Leonard Street — $61 million play

9. 56 Leonard Street — $61 million

(StreetEasy/Compass)

Floor-to-ceiling windows would give residents of this duplex penthouse panoramic views of New York City.



7 (tie). 100 East 53rd Street — $65 million

7 (tie). 100 East 53rd Street — $65 million play

7 (tie). 100 East 53rd Street — $65 million

(StreetEasy/Compass)

This 6,760-square-foot penthouse is in a building that offers a 60-foot pool, yoga and pilates rooms, a sauna, steam room, library, culinary market, and five-star restaurant.



7 (tie). 995 Fifth Avenue — $65 million

7 (tie). 995 Fifth Avenue — $65 million play

7 (tie). 995 Fifth Avenue — $65 million

(StreetEasy/Sotheby's International Realty)

Located right next to Central Park, this duplex penthouse has five wraparound terraces as part of its 4,817 square feet of outdoor space.



4 (tie). 50 United United Nations Plaza — $70 million

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(StreetEasy/Zeckendorf Marketing)

This duplex penthouse would provide residents with views of the Manhattan skyline, the Chrysler and Empire State buildings, and the East River via a two-story bay window.



4 (tie). 795 Fifth Avenue — $70 million

4 (tie). 795 Fifth Avenue — $70 million play

4 (tie). 795 Fifth Avenue — $70 million

(StreetEasy/Brown Harris Stevens)

Located at the top of the Pierre Hotel, this duplex apartment has a total of 14 rooms.



4 (tie). 157 West 57th Street — $70 million

4 (tie). 157 West 57th Street — $70 million play

4 (tie). 157 West 57th Street — $70 million

(StreetEasy/Sotheby's International Realty)

This apartment has unique amenities, including a steam room, spa shower, and heated floors.



3. 834 Fifth Avenue — $76 million

3. 834 Fifth Avenue — $76 million play

3. 834 Fifth Avenue — $76 million

(StreetEasy/Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New York Properties)

This massive home contains 22 rooms, seven full bathrooms, and a wine cellar across 12,000 square feet.



2. 432 Park Avenue — $82 million

2. 432 Park Avenue — $82 million play

2. 432 Park Avenue — $82 million

(StreetEasy/Douglas Elliman)

Located in Midtown, this penthouse in New York's tallest residential building costs a staggering $9,933 per square foot.



1. 635 West 42nd Street — $85 million

1. 635 West 42nd Street — $85 million play

1. 635 West 42nd Street — $85 million

(Streeteasy)

Owners of this apartment, which consists of the entire 45th floor of a condominium complex, would receive a staggering number of add-ons, including a yacht, Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, courtside season tickets for the Brooklyn Nets, a private chef, butler services, and mansion rental in the Hamptons.

Source: Business Insider



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