by Abigail Finn
Get an early peek at some of our agents’ favorite new property listings in New York City, the Hamptons, South Florida, and beyond.
Enjoy our weekly survey of some of Corcoran’s best new home listings, from New York City to Florida to Hawaii. Among this week’s picks: A rare garden duplex in Midtown Manhattan, a stylish Shelter Island retreat, a waterfront compound in the Palm Beaches with an underground tunnel to the sand, and a one-of-a-kind residence on the slopes of Oahu’s iconic Diamond Head crater.
What’s Here: Sleek minimalism and gorgeous luxuries filling more than 2,700 square feet of prime keyed-elevator Tribeca loft space, with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and panoramic views towards 1 World Trade. Oak sliding doors, a statement Orbis chandelier, and Armani Casa wallpaper are just a few highlights you’ll find in the unit, which lies in the coveted B-Line of the 1860 Italianate building.
What We Love: Antique Doric columns, from 73 Worth’s days as a dry goods store house, that blend seamlessly with the new look.
What’s Here: A color-splashed garden duplex in a perfect Art Deco apartment house, designed by Carlyle Hotel architects Bien & Prince. Adding to its own private amenities, the 2-bedroom co-op enjoys all the perks of the 24/7-attended building: a terrazzo-floored lobby with a fireplace, bike storage, and a landscaped roof deck staring right at the Empire State’s spire. There’s even private access to the central laundry room.
What We Love: The climate-controlled glass atrium running the length of the unit, revealing its yonder brick-walled outdoor oasis.
What’s Here: Four stately stories of brownstone, currently configured as garden duplex and a duo of floor-through apartments. Period integrity is everywhere: You’ll find irreplaceable moldings and details, 12-foot ceilings and five marble wood-burning fireplaces. It’s the first time in decades this 22-foot-wide Brooklyn classic has hit the market.
What We Love: Spacious front and back gardens true to the neighborhood’s name.
The Hamptons/North Fork
What’s Here: A meticulous designer-owner renovation of a rambling ranch on the east edge of Ram Island, infused with all the en vogue sophistication of a boutique resort. The main residence and guest cottage together offer 6 bedrooms and 4 baths. French doors bridge the al fresco entertaining areas across the 1.8-acre property, including the sparkling pool, an expansive water view deck, and a pergola-topped patio with a fireplace.
What We Love: The double-sided cooking hearth, complete with a fireplace crane — a focal point of the swoon-worthy gourmet kitchen.
What’s Here: Traditional elegance in Bridgehampton horse country, with 7 bedrooms, 6 baths, and nearly an acre of private landscaped grounds. There’s free-flowing living space downstairs, well-appointed bedrooms upstairs, and a media room for remote work and indoor recreation alike.
What We Love: The balcony off the primary suite, overlooking the great lawn and 20′ x 40′ pool.
What’s Here: 125 acres of rusticated privacy and seclusion, reached via a mile-long winding drive. You’ll arrive to a spacious lodge-style home overlooking a 5-acre lake. Timber and stone accents more than 5,300 square of interiors, which include a soaring great room with 21-foot ceilings and a hearty stone fireplace — there’s another in the spacious three-season porch.
What We Love: It’s all surrounded by 6,000 acres of conservation land, adding even more buffer.
What’s Here: 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, and generous open-plan living areas, totaling nearly 6,000 square feet. More than an acre of grounds add a covered patio with an outdoor fireplace, a fenced food garden, and a heated pool. Metro-North, at nearby Hawthorne station, keeps Midtown Manhattan less than an hour away.
What We Love: The fully-finished lower level — a vast cave of recreational bliss featuring a media room, gym, and wet bar.
What’s Here: A 4.1-acre waterfront compound that delivers the ultimate Palm Beach County oceanfront experience, with 350′ of frontage and a private dock, on the Intracoastal side, for vessels up to 100 feet. The 9-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot manse has too many high points to mention — a dual spiral marble staircase connects them all. Owners receive gratis membership, per Manalapan residency, to nearby La Coquille Club and can enjoy all the amenities that come with it.
What We Love: The private beach and cabana, connected via underground tunnel beneath the road.
What’s Here: A sleek, transitional manse on the grounds of Old Palm Golf Club, a tony enclave at the heart of PGA country that extends residents private beach access, by membership agreement, at Hilton Singer Island. The custom 8,000-square-foot residence basks in extravagance, and through more than just the floor-to-ceiling windows: There’s a double-island kitchen, extravagant dressing rooms, and a garage for half a dozen vehicles.
What We Love: The expansive loggia and outdoor kitchen, perfect for grand-scale entertaining or everyday poolside dining.
What’s Here: Relaxed Emerald Coast elegance in one of the Gulf’s best-known beach towns, with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and private beach access. The home’s 2,200+ square feet are warmly furnished with oak hardwood floors and quintessential coastal style. An upstairs balcony helps maximize the views.
What We Love: The picket-fenced backyard with a pool, spa, and downright perfect views of the waters beyond.
What’s Here: Palm Court: An eco-conscious masterpiece by Phil Kean Design Group named National Association of Home Builders’ “New American Home” of 2017. The pod-style residence redefines indoor-outdoor living, with more than 8,000 square feet of modern interior flanking a central palm courtyard — yes, that’s a five-hole putting green — and a sparkling pool.
What We Love: A nearly 2,000-square-foot roof terrace, reached via a custom glass staircase imported from Belgium, that holds the more dramatic of the home’s two outdoor kitchens.
What’s Here: Some of the best views the Windy City has to offer, panning from the skyline and out to Lake Michigan over Millennium Park. Factor in the open layout, spacious kitchen, and full building amenities—the soaring fitness center has an indoor pool and spa—and this 3-bedroom, 2-bath corner unit truly corners urban living at its finest.
What We Love: A glass-walled recessed balcony, to take it outside.
What’s Here: A same-family-owned Pacific Heights classic on the market for the first time in nearly half a century, with wide-reaching panoramas of the city and the bay. A 3,500-square-foot penthouse occupies the top two floors, with the upper level spilling out to a surreal 1,400-square-foot terrace. The lower-level residence encompasses 2,500 square feet — there’s also a backyard and a garage.
What We Love: Did we mention the terrace?
What’s Here: A charming, customized Sunrise Ranch home on an even acre of usable land that’s zoned for horses. While there’s no stables (yet), the grounds do corral a built-in barbecue and fire pit, a covered patio, and a free-form pool. A 9.1 kW solar system covers most all the electrical needs of the 5-bedroom, 3,700+ square foot house, which has been expanded from its original footprint and includes a 3-car garage.
What We Love: The koi pond next to the front door.
What’s Here: Nearly 3,000 square feet of modern timber style, backing Blackwood Canyon, with miles of woodland trails right at your doorstep. The spacious residence has 4 bedrooms, 2 decks, and a fire pit patio out back that sits just above the babbling waters of the creek.
What We Love: Optional Tahoe Pines HOA membership, for access to a private pier and beach.
What’s Here: A quintessentially Hawaii home on the slopes of Diamond Head, offering more than 3,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor living—and an inside garden right off the living room. Native hardwood, stone, and lava rock walls layer on the island flair, and expansive rooftop lanai lets you enjoy gorgeous ocean views over the relaxing breeze of the tradewinds.
What We Love: The separate studio, for all the guests who will inevitably want to visit your new paradise.
What’s Here: A masterpiece of modernity, in the city’s Montclair neighborhood, surrounded by lush landscaping and outdoor lounging areas to embrace it all. The light-splashed home has just over 2,500 square feet, with 4 bedrooms, a lower level media room, and an attached garage.
What We Love: The unique iron-and-wood staircase that ascends all three floors.
What’s Here: Timeless Southwestern sophistication with a modern touch, surrounded by the pristine Sonoran Desert in the golf-forward enclave of Troon. The 5-bedroom home offers more than 4,700 square feet of single-level living space, with Galleria corridors, tall-view windows, and top-of-the-line finishes. A pool and spa further embrace the home’s naturally enchanting surroundings.
What We Love: The Hacienda-esque courtyard with peeled-pole columns, welcoming all who enter with provincial elegance.