NYC Apartment Tour: $2.3 MILLION LUXURY APARTMENT

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What type of apartment can you get for
2.3 million dollars in New York City my name is Erik Conover and in this video
I’ll be taking you on a tour of a 2.3 million dollar luxury apartment and show
you just how far your money can go in one of the most expensive cities on
earth welcome to one Manhattan Square at 252 South Street located in the heart of
the Lower East Side one Manhattan Square is an 823 foot tall modern glass Tower
located on the edge of New York Harbor it’s basically a vertical village within
the city one Manhattan Square has the most dramatic 360 degree panorama
imaginable now the building is still under construction opening to residents
in the spring of 2019 and today we are lucky enough to tour one of the
completed units towards the end of this video we are going to take a super
exclusive sneak peek of the unfinished penthouse apartment I’ll be giving this
tour to the one the only mr. Mike Scheffer welcome Mike to apartment 20 a
which is 2.3 million dollars this is a two-bedroom two-bathroom that
1,200 square foot corner units apartment feels like a home it doesn’t feel like
intimidating when you first walk in like we normally see these massive
intimidating places this feels a little bit more like you go and visit a friend
here like this is it reasonable unattainable something you can actually
see yourself hanging out the rare thing about one Manhattan square is we are on
the 24th floor and we have unobstructed views of pretty much the entire city you
look out the window here we have a North facing exposure you can see all the way
up to the Empire State Building all the apartments on billionaires row you can
even see all the way over to Hudson Yards the views here are incredible this
is your gourmet open kitchen we have custom marble slabs like these are gonna
feel this guy over here this is it’s a hefty marble slab rest no that’s no
nothing fake about that that’s the real deal okay so where’s my oh my in the
fridge right there it’s a little lofty right now maybe we
should take a trip to the liquor store and fill it up your oven here you’ve got
the stovetop even a little oven no it’s a toaster oven it’s a microwave a
toaster and one look at the technology would come across in these apartments
the last one we got anti slamming technology this one we have a microwave
and toaster in one I like that there’s an unobstructed view of the
floor-to-ceiling windows from the kitchen but you don’t lose any storage
space with the cabinets and the floating shelves right here another unique
feature of this building is you have the Excel choice you were saying how you
love the white and how fresh it is and vibrant yeah if you go to the odd fours
you can get this in dark for the apartment
exactly it’s all these little storage units look at that rash Joe Fresno man
you wake up in the morning you’re grinding your beans put your call you
right back in here yes so you could put your saw in there peppers hot sauce for
your eggs and it’s concealed just like that once you’re done having
your morning coffee here at the breakfast bar we walk over to the dining
room table with probably one of the best views of the Empire State Building in
the city what I love about this living room is the fact that it’s so open
especially with the views of the sky that just adds to the openness and it’s
a great place to entertain another unique attention to detail that
you wouldn’t find the most Apartments is this recessed Cove right here this is
something that I think is really brilliantly designed and when every
square foot counts in a place like New York City this is something that’s
really really valuable to have welcome to the master bedroom of this apartment
so you’ve got tons of natural light with these floor-to-ceiling windows
throughout the whole apartment and at this point pretty good um in the views
of Midtown this is brilliant and then we come into the master bathroom and then
you’ve got the rainfall shower nice little sea sponge right there although I
do really like this oh that’s smooth yeah this is real smooth and it feels
Mediterranean in this hallway you have an in apartment washer and dryer super
convenient especially in the city you know how that is yeah usually gotta take
a trip down to the basement or down the street but in unit from the hallway we
go into the second bedroom which is currently staged as the kids room with
two twin beds then you have views of your homeland Brooklyn you know what I
like about what’s that the skateboards on the wall
because I had skateboards on my wall in Brooklyn they really did well with the
staging because you have the record player here all the albums and go yeah
look how it’s very well done you really feel like you can live here that is the
furnished apartment tour and now we’re gonna get to actually have a first look
behind the scenes of the unfinished penthouse of one Manhattan Square and
when is this expected to be completed March so now January two months from now
this will be all finished but for now it’s still very much a work in progress
which is such a unique view that we’re getting to see the actual process all of
the man-hours that are going in to the construction of this one billion dollar
building high visibility clothing and hard hats are required at all times when
venturing outside of the finished units this is one of the two duplex penthouse
apartments in this building this one has five bedrooms with 3,700 square feet of
living space along with a 400 square foot outdoor terrace and it’s listed at
13 million dollars it feels more like a stadium apartment this feels like an
event space almost it’s so big and massive and open it’s just like when you
look right up there in the windows you’re so open ya window is still wide
open the only other view that I’ve seen in
the entire city that’s close to this one World Trade Center exactly in the top of
One World Trade that’s the only view that even can kind of come close second
floor you have these crazy views you walk down the stairs that aren’t even
completed it’s just the poured concrete right now still have wood studs as
railings here I mean you can just imagine when this is done like you see
one World Trade right over there I mean this view definitely makes the apartment
or you can get it up space this big but you cannot get a view like this from
anywhere else if you want to see this building when it’s completed I’m talking
all the finished amenities everything and comment down below
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100 comments

  1. It's crazy to think you pay 2.3 million and you don't even get a balcony smh AMAZING views but damn I'd like balcony lol

  2. I have to say I hate this location and hate what this building has done looking up and down the river.

  3. My ex gf was real estate agent and we visited many houses to check out competitors pretending to be buyers.

  4. Not a bad price for new construction high rise and good views. There is also a tax abatement and you get 5 or 10 years of carrying costs depending on the size of your unit.

  5. For me i'd rather spend 2.3 million on a house in the rocky mountains. Now that's scenery, not staring at concrete slabs of buildings and a smelly old river!

  6. For 2.3 million dollars doesn't seem to get too far in NYC obviously, at least not in 1 manhattan square.
    Other than the views, really the size of the living room and kitchen and bedrooms are very tight.

    This building is so tall it's out of place with all the other buildings
    in the area. It's obstructing the view for all other buildings around it. It's ugly
    and one look at it you can tell it's out of place. It's it built next to
    Manhattan bridge. You will be inhaling carbon monoxide constantly. Think about it. The constant car flumes from the bridge. You'll probably end up with lung cancer sooner than you think. It's so pricey only the snobby rich or 1%
    can afford it. Trust me it doesn't shine. The views maybe beautiful
    to the people living inside it but it is ugly looking at it from the
    outside, since it obstructs the skyline. Also, Where is affordable
    living for common folks? It doesn't exist anymore. Very sad.

  7. For 2.3 million dollars doesn't seem to get too far in NYC obviously, at least not in 1 manhattan square.
    Other than the views, really the size of the living room and kitchen and bedrooms are very tight.

    This building is so tall it's out of place with all the other buildings
    in the area. It's obstructing the view for all other buildings around it. It's ugly
    and one look at it you can tell it's out of place. It's it built next to
    Manhattan bridge. You will be inhaling carbon monoxide constantly. Think about it. The constant car flumes from the bridge. You'll probably end up with lung cancer sooner than you think. It's so pricey only the snobby rich or 1%
    can afford it. Trust me it doesn't shine. The views maybe beautiful
    to the people living inside it but it is ugly looking at it from the
    outside, since it obstructs the skyline. Also, Where is affordable
    living for common folks? It doesn't exist anymore. Very sad.

  8. I would love to live here. The view is just wow. The complex is not too small not too big. Just the right size for a couple or a small family living in the city.

  9. I was looking real estates in new york lately and I’ve come to a conclusion that it’s better to buy a more expensive townhouse than a penthouse or condo, bc when you add everything up (the cc and monthly taxes) in the long run it’s less expensive. And you get a lot more space.

  10. A GREAT-LOOKING Apartment Overlooking "BOTH" THE "BROOKLYN BRIDGE" & I Believe THE "HUDSON RIVER" … ACCESS To Pretty Much "EVERYTHING" & "ANYTHING" IS @ THE PALM OF YOUR HAND.
    ALL FOR $ 2.3 MILLION DOLLAR'S !.!.!.!.!
    NOW, … "THAT"*"IS"*"A"*"GREAT"*"DEAL" !.!.!.!.!

  11. Eric, keep doing what you do. I enjoy your videos. This steps is going to take you to higher success and i can already see you owning one, if not, several apartments like the one in your vlogs. Keep up that positive energy and God bless.

  12. u put proleter in the soundtrack of video,this is my dream, hv a nice apartment in NY and listen to Proleter all day and watch the beauty of the city…

  13. My sister lives in that small little building right next to it. Her building is nice, and was just built last summer, but this building is amazing!

  14. For that same price, you can get a mansion in texas, and decently large enough house in LA. New York is overrated.

  15. 2.3 million for 1200 sq ft. Nuts. Where I live that would buy you a 10000 sq ft mansion with a ten car garage.

  16. This building was supposed to get some friends but local nimbys have successfully applied for a downzoning in the area, so it may stand alone for the foreseeable future.

    That means protected views potentially; the ultimate luxury in New York where there are normally no laws to protect views and the only way to stop someone building across from you is to buy them out.

    Isn't it funny how nimbyism, usually a response by the very wealthy to block new buildings with a percentage of affordable units from going up in their neighborhood (the rich hate nothing more than living near the non-rich), is now being practiced here by the non-rich to block other non rich people from living nearby. The rich meanwhile sit back and laugh.

  17. I have an apartment in Italy I am Italian and the view that you see from my house I bought two months ago and it is spectacular beautiful. There are mountains and sea much more beautiful than this apartment in New York where you only see cement and brick

    Ho un appartamento in Italia, sono italiano e la vista che vedete da casa mia l'ho acquistata due mesi fa ed è spettacolare e bellissima. Ci sono montagne e mare molto più belli di questo appartamento a New York, dove vedi solo cemento e mattoni

  18. luxury here are price only and because of location while anything else are bellow medium !! houses for 500 000-700 000$ in Las Vegas are much more luxurious and bigger then this apartment but location are not so attractive so price are significally lower

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