Pre-War Style

  • Home Exterior: New York City Pierre Hotel Penthouse

    The most expensive listing in New York City can be found in The Pierre Hotel. For $125 million (yes, you read that right), you can own this 16-room prewar triplex that even includes the hotel’s…   See the Image

  • Bedroom: New York City Pierre Hotel Penthouse

    Five master bedrooms provide luxurious accommodations in the prewar triplex penthouse of The Pierre Hotel. New York City’s most expensive listing – with an asking price of $125 million – is…   See the Image

  • New York City Park Homes 35 Prospect Park West foyer

    Perched 14 and 15 stories high, this pre-war duplex affords bird’s-eye views of Prospect Park. With six bedrooms and a large foyer, it feels like you’re walking into a townhouse.   See the Image

  • Living Room Fireplace: American Thread Building Penthouse

    This elegant penthouse in Tribeca features a dramatic rotunda and other pre-war details.   See the Gallery

  • Living Room Fireplace: American Thread Building Penthouse

    Sunlight abounds in the sprawling living room of this pre-war penthouse in Tribeca's historic American Thread Building. The wood-burning fireplace is a cozy touch.   See the Image

  • Kitchen: American Thread Building Penthouse

    The pre-war details of this penthouse in Tribeca's historic American Thread Building are complemented by the modern kitchen, which includes a Viking Range and wine refrigerator.   See the Image

  • Dining Room: American Thread Building Penthouse

    Dinner hosts rejoice: The open plan of this pre-war penthouse in Tribeca's historic American Thread Building leaves plenty of room for a generous dining space.   See the Image

  • Second Bedroom: American Thread Building Penthouse

    The sizeable second bedroom in this pre-war penthouse in Tribeca's historic American Thread Building can double as an entertainment room or office.   See the Image

  • Rotunda: American Thread Building Penthouse

    This pre-war penthouse on the northern edge of Tribeca is noteworthy on many levels. The open-plan living room is sunny and sprawling. Each of the two bedrooms comes with an ensuite bathroom fit…   Read the Article

  • Rotunda: American Thread Building Penthouse

    This pre-war penthouse in Tribeca's historic American Thread Building features a stunning rotunda that's 28 feet in diameter and has 25-foot ceilings.   See the Image