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Penthouse in Tribeca with a glass ceiling and large glass windows overlooking a cityscape. A white table is surrounded by red chairs is placed facing the central window

Apartment #1 (above and below): A “light filled” penthouse apartment in Tribeca with 6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths in 6,800 square feet of living space and a 3,000 square foot outdoor garden space.  This apartment is listed by Corcoran.

Tribeca penthouse with wood floors, a brown sofa with white accent pillows facing a large windows with a view of green plants under a glass ceiling
Tribeca apartment balcony with Japanese style pond and bridge surrounded by rocks, trees and shrubs
floor plan of the Tribeca apartment

Apartment #2 (below): Listed by Sotheby’s and located on the tony upper east side, this 5th Avenue apartment has 3 bedrooms, 4.5 baths with there being 11 rooms total

Living room in an upper east side apartment with wood floors with a cream area rug, sofa and arm chairs with dark wood accents and matching dark wood side tables
guest bedroom in an upper east side apartment with a molded headboard, white floor length curtains and a wooden chest of drawers
floor plan of the upper east side apartment


Both of these New York City apartments are multimillion dollar listings. The price range – anywhere from between $15 million dollars and $20 million. Hmmm…out of my budget definitely!

So a few questions for you…which one do you think is more expensive? And, which one would you take if offered to you (for free)?

Please do weigh in?  Which apartment is priced higher?


P.S.  I recognize there are larger issues in the world to solve.  Figuring out which multimillion dollar apartment is most expensive is not the most thought provoking question to ask…but I figured it might at least entertain a bit.

P.P.S.  TE and I went to my mom’s house this weekend and then went to a nice lunch with her. He brought mom these lovelies…

flower arrangement with white and purple hydrangeas
White hydrangea mixed with purple accents – a bouquet of fresh cut flowers for my mom from TE – so sweet. (above)

P.P.P.S.  So excited…good friend AOB and her hubby DB are going to be in town this weekend.  AOB and I went to college together.  During college, for some reason we started a comedic newsletter called “The Rabid Squirrel”(named after the squirrels on our college campus that were constantly pelting students with nuts and berries)…it was so weird that we would decide out of the blue to try our hand at satirical writing.  I think we only did it for a year or two…but it was fun.  AOB is one of my dearest friends…I rarely get to see her because she lives in Vermont.  So I  can’t wait!

P.P.P.P.S.  Uh oh…running a little behind today.  Must run.  Off to work.  Another week begins!

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  1. I’m going to guess that the UES is more expensive than Tribeca…so I think #2 is more expensive.

    P.S. We’re not here to solve the world’s problems so don’t worry. We like looking at all the pretties that you post 🙂

    Have a great week Coco!

  2. #2 is probably the most expansive with its location by Central park and its 36 closets!!!
    #1 to my opinion is priceless! The Dream loft! Airy and bright, open space. Everything white! Roof top garden. Just gorgeous!

  3. I’m with everyone else. Love No. 1 but No. 2 is probably the pricier. Do we win a prize for guessing right?
    The world has plenty of problems I/you/we can’t solve. Always happy for a little diversion.

  4. This was my first visit to your blog but it certainly won’t be my last. I’m an interior designer specializing in Reception Desks and projects for the office. I’m looking to branch more into custom homes and really appreciate the info an inspiration.

  5. So depends on location. I bet number 1 is more expensive because of outdoor space, upgrades and Tribeca is generally a more desirable location that UES today. But, again so dependent on the buildings, amenities and addresses (i.e., is it 5th Avenues in the 60s or in the 90s?)

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