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7 Instagram Worthy Master Bathrooms

Views are always captivating in New York City- in fact, we wrote about the 12 Most Instagrammable Views from Manhattan Real Estate in the past. There, however, a lot more aspects that are equally as captivating when it comes to luxury real estate. We constantly see things like #KitchenGoals and #LivingRoomGoals, but what about #BathTubGoals?

Manhattan real estate has some pretty awesome Instagram worthy bathtubs. From large soaking tubs perched high in the sky to intricate tile, here are our top picks for #bathtubgoals around town.

200 E. 59th Street

200 East 59th Street will be rising on the corner of 59th Street and 3rd Avenue, bringing a new luxury condo tower to the area. The project is by Macklowe Properties of 432 Park Avenue fame. 

Based on the current proposal and renderings, the building is slated to have a unique metal basketweave base that will certainly be attention grabbing from the street. The residences at 200 E 59th Street are characterized by units that have deep, continuous wrap around terraces. The architectural design of the building moves all the columns from the interior to the exterior, freeing up space inside the apartments.

Select residences will have freestanding soaking tubs positioned in front of large windows as seen above. You can relax while taking in the Manhattan skyline!

Listings by Macklowe Property

357 W. 17th Street

This renovated townhouse in the heart of West Chelsea is comprised of 11,000 square feet of living space with an additional 2000 square feet of outdoor living space. The home features luxurious details and amenities throughout such as Swarovski Crystal accents in the kitchen to a complete spa with indoor pool in the basement.

The master bath of the home spared no detail as well, comprising half a floor. The space is done with an intricate Sicis Tile design featuring a flower motif. The master bath feels like a spa itself and has one of the largest bathtubs we have seen....who wouldn't want to soak in this beautiful bathroom?!

Listing by Alyssa Soto Brody

45 E. 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 top of the tower has promising views of most of Manhattan all the way to both the East and Hudson Rivers.

The views from the top are visible in all rooms of the apartment, including in the bathroom. Sit in this tub and you will find yourself thinking "I can see for miles and miles..."

Listings By Douglas Elliman

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.

The bathtub of one of the penthouses is, perhaps, one of the most Instagrammed bathtubs out there, and who could argue given that stunning view? Can you say #bathtubGoals?!

Listings by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing

151 E. 58th Street

One Beacon Court, like many of its neighbors such as 432 Park Avenue, is known for its spectacular views. In fact, The Victoria Shtainer Team currently has two exclusive listings in the building, 47A for sale and 34B for rent, which each offer wonderful views. The homes feature floor-to-ceiling glass which, depending on the exposure, offers views of Central Park, the Midtown Skyline, and the East River. 

The master bath of Penthouse 53W has breathtaking views of the Midtown skyline looking south as the tub is positioned next to a large window. A bath with Empire State Building views? We'll take it!

Listing by Frans Preidel

520 W 28th Street

520 W 28th Zaha Hadid

520 W 28th Street is the late Hadid's only project in New York, and thus, has an inherent special value to it as it brings her signature elements along the High Line. The design is based on graceful curves inspired by nature that are a contrast to the hard angles generally seen in residential architecture. The hand-rubbed metal facade is one continuous line that works its way toward the sky. The curves of the building create a distinct chevron pattern on the exterior of the building, linking residence exteriors and interiors together in one sweeping movement. 

The building, directly adjacent to The Highline, has some residences with master baths that look over The Highline Park and West Chelsea. Master baths are luxurious appointed with white marble contrasted against black crosscut Nero Marquinia marble and a freestanding six-foot tub by Teuco Guuzzini. 

Listings by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing

565 Broome Street

565 Broome Street is Renzo Piano's first residential project in New York City. He brings his iconic design and approach to this luxurious residential project located in SoHo. The 30 story building will stand out in the SoHo landscape, set alongside its smaller scale neighbors.  Renzo Piano prides himself on his careful attention to materials, and 565 Broome is no exception with an austere material palette that accentuates the quality of those selected. The overall design and approach to the project is an expression of key materials. Design is characterized by low-iron, extra wide glass and “tube” shaped living spaces in select residences which are a character of Renzo Piano

Interiors are designed by renowned firm RDAI who take a similar approach to their work as Piano, highlighting craftsmanship and materials. At 565 Broome, they have found beauty in natural materials such as stone,  white oak, glass, and concrete. RDAI is known for its work in global Hermes and Saint Laurent stores.

Select residences feature master baths with tubs positioned to capture the wonderful downtown skyline. You do not need to be perched on the 96th floor to have great views! This view of the World Trade Center is iconic.

Listings by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing

If you are interested in any of the bathtubs or properties, please contact us directly. We will help you attain these bathtub goals!