Four Midtown Listings
That Check All the Boxes


These Midtown Manhattan apartments for sale have space and
grace (not to mention convenience), all for the right price.

Value is relative, but in real estate, one thing’s for certain: it always comes down to location. And in a city with no shortage of vibe-y neighborhood options, value-seekers sometimes overlook the best opportunities: the dynamic places that can ride the wave of any trend because their innate value proposition simply always endures.

Midtown Manhattan is a prime example of great opportunities being right under your nose. Even as one of the busiest corners of the city, the 30s-to-50s abound with residential investment opportunities (and not just Billionaire’s Row, either). These four Corcoran listings exemplify why there’s nothing “mid” about Midtown real estate.

This Midtown East duplex stands on hardwood floors and outdoes itself at every turn. A Manhattan home on multiple levels is special enough. Still, this one’s second tier is encompassed entirely by its primary suite — a spacious retreat boasting panoramic city views, built-ins, a walk-in closet, and a separate entrance. The main level hosts a living and dining area, plus a kitchen featuring custom wood cabinetry, awash in natural light through a sliding glass door. Two terraces add new dimensions to living here. These private spaces let you do it all al fresco, ample outdoor entertaining space enveloped by the surrounding cityscape.

List: $941,000

Represented By: Lawrence S. Rich and Dakota Scotto of Corcoran’s East Side Office.

It may not be the top of the nearby Chrysler, but this prewar Murray Hill penthouse shines with the best of them. Set inside the landmarked Woodstock Tower, the one-bedroom home is the definition of “more bang for your buck.” Recent renovations leveled up the windowed kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom, pairing nicely with parquet floors and plentiful built-ins. The kitchen has top-notch appliances, the bedroom sports a built-in desk, and the bath flaunts Empire State Building vistas. Your views from all rooms are extraordinary — the apartment actually has an Instagram for them — encompassing the always iconic skyline from sunrise to sunset. 

List: $745,000

Represented By: Gabriel M. Bedoya of Corcoran’s East Side Office.

Make your mark on Midtown West history. The one-bedroom co-op is part of the International-style Rockefeller Apartments, commissioned by the Rockefellers and designed by Wallace Harrison and J. André Fouilhoux, who also helped create Rockefeller Center, among many other city landmarks. Timeless herringbone hardwood runs throughout, immediately greeting you in an entry foyer blessed with a closet wall. Peer into MoMA’s sculpture garden through south-facing exposures, including a dining room bay window. An enviable location keeps home close to that beloved museum, Central Park, and more.

List: $895,000

Represented By: Barbara Brewster and Julia King of Corcoran’s East Side Office.

Live at the nexus of Sutton Place, Midtown, and the Upper East Side at this 2,000-square-foot two-bedroom co-op. Delight in an expansive living and dining room, a space perfect for entertaining before you even factor in the adjoining private balcony overlooking 57th Street. For more casual meals, take a seat at the kitchen’s granite-topped breakfast bar. Each bedroom claims an individual wing of the home and lots of closets. The primary boasts some additional floor space to utilize as a dressing room, home office, or whatever extra area you may need. Building amenities include a communal roof deck, a health club, and a swimming pool.

List: $875,000

Represented By: Jill Letts of Corcoran’s Chelsea/Flatiron Office.

Find your middle ground.