Didn’t score a grandstand ticket to Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade? No problem: You could get up early and jostle for a spot along the two and half mile route, or just move into one of these fab homes, that each come complete with enviable parade-route views.
Most of the parade’s floats rise three to five stories above the sidewalk, which makes this three-bedroom, four-bath co-op on the 6th floor of the San Remo at 145-146 Central Park West (on the market for $12.5 million) the perfect place to catch the action.
Why crowd around one window when you can view the parade from one of four rooms—living room, library, master bedroom and master bath—overlooking the park at this three-bedroom, three-bath co-op at 115 Central Park West (priced at $10.850).
A north- and east-facing solarium, not to mention a living room with a large east-facing bay window, make this fourth floor condo at 25 Central Park West (yours for $5.5 million) a must-have for serious parade enthusiasts.
A 490+ square foot, park-facing living room with an adjacent renovated eat-in kitchen makes this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath apartment at 110 Central Park South (for rent at $24,000/month) a fine place for you and a few dozen of your best friends to view the bands and performance groups as they march, dance and twirl their way down the avenues.
You’ll need a pair of binoculars to identify the individual floats and balloons from this two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath on the 66th floor of 80 Columbus Circle (offered at $11.995 million), but if a view of almost the entire two and a half mile parade route tops your must-have list, this condo may be just what you’re looking for.