The 21 Most Expensive Homes For Sale In New York City

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It’s hard to believe that New York City is the 17th most expensive real estate market in the world—but it still takes home the No. 1 spot in the United States, according to a recent wealth report from Knight Frank and Citi Private Bank.We compiled a list of the most expensive apartments for sale on the market right now. The hottest spots include the Time Warner centre and penthouses on the Upper East Side.

This $30 million apartment in the former Stanhope Hotel has seven bedrooms and nine and a half bathrooms.

This $34.8 million apartment with five bedrooms and nine and a half bathrooms is on E 82nd Street.

This $35 million six-story townhouse on E 70th Street has a wine cellar and a grotto.

This $35 million six-bedroom apartment on Fifth Avenue has 55-feet of Central Park frontage.

This $35.75 million apartment is the entire 14th floor of this building on W 12th Street. There are eight bedrooms and nine and a half bathrooms.

This $38.5 million funky apartment on E 63rd between Park and Lexington.

This $39 million penthouse on W 56th Street combines the top three floors of the building for 9,000 square feet of living space.

This $42 million triplex penthouse apartment on Fifth overlooks the park.

This $45 million TriBeCa industrial loft has eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and 23,100 square feet of living space. Oh yeah, and an elevator inside, too.

This $49 million Stanford White Mansion on Fifth Avenue is a sprawling 15,225 square feet and seven levels.

This $50 million apartment on Columbus Circle in the Time Warner centre building has three bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.

This $50 million limestone mansion on E 70th Street was designed by C.P.H. Gilbert.

This $55 million duplex penthouse, with five bedrooms and six and a half marble bathrooms.

This $60 million eight-bedroom apartment at 740 Park Avenue.

This $60 million penthouse on the top of the Time Warner centre that is controlled by remote control.

This $60 million penthouse on E 77th and Fifth has a sky-lit conservatory.

This $65 million penthouse on Fifth Avenue has seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.

This $77.5 million condominium at Central Park South has four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.

If you want something bigger, you'll have to leave the city

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