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12 Most Instagrammable Views from Manhattan Real Estate

12 Most Instagrammable Views from Manhattan Real Estate

Good views and good real estate combined...who doesn't love that? When it comes to Manhattan real estate, views are a key selling point and always a desire of buyers. We have curated a list of some of the most Instagrammable views around town. From the Upper East Side to TriBeCa, these stunning vantage points are sure to have your followers double tapping their screens. 

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1. 151 East 58th Street

Situated in the center of Midtown East, One Beacon Court is one of the most desired buildings in Manhattan boasting incredible views of Central Park, the East River and Midtown. In fact, our exclusive listing, 151 E. 58th Street, 47A, has unrivaled Central Park and skyline views featuring its famous neighbors such as 432 Park Avenue and One57.

2. 432 Park Avenue

As the tallest residential building in the Northern Hemisphere, 432 Park Avenue has some of the most jaw dropping views of the Manhattan area, from Yankee Stadium to lower Manhattan, all the way to New Jersey and Long Island. Can you say #bathtubGoals?!

3. 50 United Nations Plaza

Situated in Turtle Bay, 50 United Nations Plaza has breath taking views of the East River, the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building with floor to ceiling windows. The penthouse even has a one of a kind infinity pool overlooking midtown.

4. 15 Hudson Yards

15 Hudson Yards is one of the newest downtown developments with unobstructed views of the Hudson River and lower Manhattan, not to mention the pool and gym that make you feel like you’re on top of the world.

5. 30 Park Place

The new The Four Seasons Downtown, 30 Park Place, boasts incredible Hudson River and City views; it also practically neighbors The World Trade Center. Most residences offer wonderful views, however, the penthouses at the top of the tower off stunning panoramic views for as far as the eye can see.

6. 70 Vestry St

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70 Vestry Street is officially the last waterfront parcel that will be developed in Tribeca with spectacular views of Lower Manhattan and the Hudson, there may even be an occasional run in with Tom Brady, who just bought here. Whats not to love about sunset views over the Hudson River?

7. 53 West 53rd St   

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While 53 West 53rd St is still an incomplete development, the views of virtually all of Manhattan are comparable to those of 432 Park Avenue, except from the west side. Dubbed "MoMa Tower" it will be a new icon in the Midtown Manhattan Skyline

8. 25 & 80 Columbus Circle  

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Two of the most notorious addresses in all of Manhattan, 25 and 80 Columbus Circle have corner views of Central Park that will never be blocked by another building, but if that is not enough the west side of the buildings have views of the Hudson River too.

9. 212 5th Avenue


This converted building sits in the center of Chelsea overlooking Madison Square Park with even slight views of The World Trade Center, perfectly mixing park views with the downtown atmosphere.

10. 50 West Street

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One of the newest downtown developments, 50 West Street, has phenomenal views of lower Manhattan, The World Trade Center in particular, and the Hudson river all the way out to the Long Island Sound.

11. 45 East 22nd Street

The latest addition to Madison Square Park, 45 East 22nd Street, has earned the title of Madison Square Park Tower because it is quite literally going to be the tallest building in the area upon completion. The building has promising views of most of Manhattan all the way to both the East and Hudson Rivers.

12. 212 W 18th Street

Overlooking all of Lower and Midtown Manhattan, 212 W 18th St offers some of the most priceless views of the concrete jungle.  








This is a guest blog by Teddy Bulajic