What you’ll get across NYC for $10 million

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Though we may not have $10 million to spend on an apartment—still waiting to invent the next Facebook or win the lottery over here—we're pretty curious what that amount could buy someone who does. (And if that's you, bravo and this one's for you.) As it turns out, it’s quite a bit, including an eight-bedroom townhouse in Brooklyn.

CARNEGIE HILL, MANHATTAN: A full-floor, prewar five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath co-op with a private elevator that opens into the living room, French doors, beamed ceilings, and a woodburning fireplace on the 15th floor of a doorman building that allows sublets upon board approval at 1045 Park Avenue (between East 86th and East 87th). $10 million plus $10,394/month maintenance

TRIBECA, MANHATTAN: A four-bedroom, four-bath condo with river and city views, a woodburning fireplace, formal dining room, stainless steel cabinets, and countertops, 12-foot barrel vaulted ceilings, a private terrace and arched brick doorways in a pet-friendly doorman building at 429 Greenwich Street (between Vestry and Laight). $10 million plus $3,866/common charges, $3,185/month taxes

MIDTOWN, MANHATTAN: A three-bedroom, three-bath condo with a master bath that features a marble vanity and countertops, radiant heated flooring, and a freestanding soaking tub in the high-end, amenity-laden Baccarat Hotel & Residences at 20 West 53rd Street (between Fifth and Sixth). $10 million plus $5,737/month common charges, $4,199/month taxes

LENOX HILL, MANHATTAN: A prewar three-bedroom, four-bath condo with a washer and dryer, en-suite baths featuring Italian marble and custom vanities for each bedroom, an eat-in kitchen with marble floors, countertops and backsplash on a high floor of an elevator building with a fitness center, children’s playroom, bike and stroller storage and a garden room at 737 Park Avenue (at East 71st). $9,999,999 plus $3,515/month common charges, $4,050/month taxes

UPPER CARNEGIE HILL, MANHATTAN: A three-bedroom, four-bath co-op with an elevator that opens into a private entrance hall, a corner living room with columns and a Louis XVI marble mantle fireplace, ornate plaster ceilings, and views of Central Park in a pet-friendly doorman building at 1215 Fifth Avenue (between East 102nd and East 103rd). $10 million plus $8,426/month maintenance

FLATIRON, MANHATTAN: A full-floor three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath condo with a key-locked elevator, full-height glass walls in the great room, and a master bedroom with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the terrace in a building with a full-time doorman, lounge and screening room located near Madison Square Park at 23 East 22nd Street (between Broadway and Park Avenue South). $9,995,000 plus $5,293/month common charges, $1,286/month taxes

UPPER EAST SIDE, MANHATTAN: A five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath condo with floor-to-ceiling windows in every room, an eat-in kitchen with four freezer drawers, a double dishwasher, a washer and dryer, and marble baths in an elevator building with a children’s pavilion equipped with a playroom and an arcade at 255 East 74th Street (at Second). $9,995,000 plus $4,010/month common charges, $1,599/month taxes (investor unit, tenant in place)

TRIBECA, MANHATTAN: A three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath penthouse condo with a private keyed elevator, two terraces, an ethanol fireplace, motorized shades in the master bedroom, and an LED-lit railing on the glass-enclosed stairway leading to the bedrooms in a doorman building that offers private storage in the basement at 56 Walker Street (between Church and Broadway). $9,995,000 plus $1,560/month common charges, $3,804/month taxes

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN: An eight-bedroom, five-plus-bath, multi-family townhouse with nearly 13-and-a-half-foot ceilings, the original mahogany staircase, 11-foot arched mahogany entry doors, original wood floors, cornice moldings, marble fireplace and floor-to-ceiling shuttered windows at 32 Livingston Street (at Clinton). $10 million


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