NYC Megaprojects / NYC 25 Most Expensive Homes / 220 Central Park South / Hudson Yards Tallest Tower / Paul Rudolph's $18M Townhouse / Martha Stewart's Daughter $53M WV Triplex / Eleanor Roosevelt's UES Townhouse

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A guide to the major megaprojects transforming New York City
Entire stretches of New York City are giving rise to new and recreated neighborhoods, from the World Trade Center to Willets Point.
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NYC’s 25 most expensive homes for sale
Here now, check New York's biggest listings—with starchitect-designed penthouses, historic townhouses, and glorious old co-ops among them.
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First look inside 220 Central Park SouthThe 40th-floor apartment has three bedrooms and Central Park views
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35 Hudson Yards, the NYC megaproject’s tallest condo tower, will launch sales next weekApartments within the "more upscale" building start at $5 million
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Paul Rudolph’s modernist Beekman Place townhouse lists for $18.5MThe Midtown townhouse is where Rudolph lived for much of his life
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One of 443 Greenwich Street’s massive penthouses is back for $57M
The triplex apartment comes with its own private rooftop pool. 
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Martha Stewart’s daughter lists huge West Village triplex for $53MAlexis Stewart pieced together the apartment, located in a celeb-friendly West Village Building, from several separate units
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Eleanor Roosevelt’s historic Upper East Side townhouse lists for $13.5MThe former First Lady lived in an apartment in the townhouse from 1953 to 1958
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Rent on Annie Leibovitz’s former West Village compound for $12,600/monthThe townhouse is one of the West Village’s prettiest homes
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