The best views of Manhattan

Posted by on April 19, 2014

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In New York you can expect almost anything and find practically everything you can imagine. There are many tourist attractions or places you see in movies. Apart from that, another great aspect of the city is its architecture: from avant-garde to historic buildings in the financial center, landscape gardens, towering skyscrapers or buildings on bohemian neighborhoods. The thing that really attracts tourists, however, is their skyline. From any of the areas of Manhattan the view is spectacular.

From the New York by Gehry, One Madison Park, Fifteen Central Park West and Trump SoHo you have the chance to see marvelous views of the city and, in fact, enjoy the world’s most spectacular skyline.

New York by Gehry

One the buildings that have been recenlty built in New York, the skyscraper designed by Frank Gehry is the stand out in the new skyline of the Big Apple. New York by Gehry is located at 8 Spruce Street and is the tallest residential building in the city. Your price: $40,000 a month in rent. The views from the top floors of the building are unbeatable.

View from New York by Gehry

View from New York by Gehry

One Madison Park

The owners here have paid more than eight million dollars for the apartments that are on the Madison Park One building. And from this vantage point you can see the Empire State in the north, looking south you can see the Brooklyn Bridge and to the west is the Hudson River in Jersey City. The axis of the main tower was made with bronze glass in earthy tones for the building, so that it would stand out compared to the other buildings in the area of ​​Madison Square Park.

Empire State Building from One Madison Park

Empire State Building from One Madison Park

15 Central Park West

This bulding is a superstar on its own. Sting, Trudie Styler and Denzel Washington have a new neighbor in their luxurious residence of 15 Central Park West. The daughter of a Russian tycoon is the new owner of a four-room flat with a giant glass roof overlooking one of the most impressive terraces of Manhattan, for $88 million. Well, that price was to be expected.

15 Central Park West

15 Central Park West

Trump SoHo

Soho, with its Trump Soho hotel, has added a new skyscraper to the skyline of New York. If you happen to get there, you can see the Hudson River, the New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. The best views are obtained from the 37th floor, in the rooms in the north.

View from Trump Soho

View from Trump Soho

Manhattan views photos by: anomalous_a, scott beale, jodi mckee, lkn401

For more on New York check: Quirky and Off the Beaten Track Things to Do in New York City, Tips for a good dinner in New York city

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