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These are the hottest UES developments in 2023

New development condos have taken over the Upper East Side, a neighborhood once ruled by co-op sales in the so-called Good Buildings. Sales are well underway at the luxury towers that popped up in the area since top developers set their sights on the neighborhood in recent years.

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Nature Overtakes an Upper East Side High-Rise for Radnor’s Latest Design Exhibition

High-rises, especially those in New York City, are seldom synonymous with the natural world. But, that isn’t the case with Radnor’s latest design exhibition, Crafted by Nature. Located in a towering building on the Upper East Side–the site where Succession’s Kendall Roy lived in fact–a curated design collection by Radnor’s Susan Clark makes the case that true luxury is found in nature. 

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RoBB Report

Lukas Matsson’s Manhattan Apartment in ‘Succession’ Just Listed for $15 Million

Where would fictitious tech billionaire Lukas Matsson live if he were a real person? Apparently, in the same building as Kendall Roy.

The Manhattan apartment that appeared as Alexander Skarsgård’s crash pad in Succession has hit the market, and it can be all yours if you’re willing to splash out a cool $14.9 million. The four-bedroom aerie is perched on a high floor of an Upper East Side residential tower at 180 East 88th Street.


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RoBB Report

The Best in Real Estate, From Sprawling Gothic Castle to Jim Carrey’s Former Brentwood Estate

Sheathed in glass and concrete, the apartment features show-stopping arches, brass framed windows, and white-oak flooring that was salvaged from the Admont Abbey, a Benedictine monastery in Austria. 

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Inside Kendall Roy’s $29 million NYC ‘Succession’ apartment: We went to ‘great lengths to create something truly unique’

“For one fan of the show, seeing this penthouse apartment featured in prime time was a gratifying experience. “It’s amazing to see your work over many years on a show that people get to see around the world,” Joe McMillan tells CNBC Make It. McMillan is the founder and CEO of DDG , the developer of 180 East 88th Street in New York City, where the luxury apartment is located. 

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Robb Report

Kendall Roy’s Lavish N.Y.C. Penthouse From ‘Succession’ Can Be Yours for a Cool $29 Million

It may have only been on screen for a few seconds, but Kendall Roy’s newest penthouse in Succession still made an impression. The Manhattan triplex, which was featured in the dramatic opening scene of Episode 4, offers glamorous, sky-high living befitting of a newley crowned Waystar Royco CEO. As luck would have it, the three-story pad is currently on the market for a cool $29million. 

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New York Post

You can own Kendall Roy’s NYC ‘Succession’ triplex for a cool $29M

Kendall — played by Jeremy Strong — has been living it up in an Upper East Side triplex penthouse. That three-level abode at 180 E. 88th St. — featured in the dramatic opening scene of the show’s most recent episode — is also on the market for $29 million

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The Guardian

Kendall Roy’s Succession penthouse hits the market for $29m

The triplex used by Succession’s Kendall Roy, played by Jeremy Strong, in HBO’s hit series is up for sale with a price tag befitting the Roy dynasty. The three-story apartment penthouse complex of 180 East 88th Street was featured in the latest season of the show and clocks in at 5,508 sq ft. 

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The New York Times

Wine, Wine and More Wine: The Latest Amenity for Luxury Condo Owners

“When Cat Stephani receives a text, there’s a good chance it’s from a wine-enthused resident at 180 East 88th Street who’s in need of a unique buttery French Burgundy, or who has an uncorking question before the guests arrive. Ms. Stephani, a fine wine sales associate at Sotheby’s Wine, an arm of the well-known auction house, is also the building’s resident wine specialist, a new position that started last March.




New luxury buildings are providing gallery-like residences for collectors who want to live with their art.


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Architectural Digest

On The Market

Today, Architectural Digest brings you to Manhattan’s Upper East Side for an all-access tour of the triplex penthouse at 180 E88th Street, currently on the market for $33,000,000. I’m excited to introduce you to the highest elevation being offered in all of Carnegie Hill on the Upper East Side, the penthouse. Five bed, four and a half bath triplex with 5,500 interior square feet, 3,500 exterior square feet, with multiple terraces, including a full roof terrace. 

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Vogue Living

Warmth and Craftsmanship Take Centre-Stage in This Sleek Upper East Side Apartment

 “The building has this very sleek look, yet still honours craftsmanship, which is very important to me, [so] we carried this idea throughout the project.” A focus on natural textures and organic shapes thus takes precedence.

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Architectural Digest

Radnor Furniture Designer Susan Clark Settles into a Manhattan Aerie

Today, her own works and those by like-minded, craftaholic friends fill a new 4,000-square-foot apartment on the Upper East Side— the latest of what Clark, who cut her teeth in sales at The Future Perfect, calls “experiential showrooms.”



When the Children’s Room Becomes a Work-of-Art

The Children’s Museum of Art collaborated with New York-based developer DDG to create a one-of-kind play space at their new building at 180 East 88th St.



NYC Wine Cellars That Will Satisfy Any Oenophile’s Dreams

Artfully connecting back to the building’s grand archways, the luxurious wine cellar offers the perfect place for residents to house their favorite bottles as well as conduct private tastings with guests.



Shoot Like Steph Curry at these NYC Residential Buildings

Perhaps most exciting about the condominium is its extensive selection of amenities, somewhat considered a rarity on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, and in particular its half-court indoor basketball court featuring soaring double-height ceilings and an abundance of natural light.

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180 East 88th Street’s Façade Nears Completion On The Upper East Side

The brick and architecturally finished concrete façade of 180 East 88th Street is getting very close to completion. The 31-story reinforced concrete skyscraper holds the title of the tallest structure on the Upper East Side above 72nd Street.

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First Look Inside the Tallest Tower on Manhattan’s Upper East Side

This three-bedroom and three-and-a-half-bathroom home offers a glimpse at life inside 180 East 88th Street, one of the most anticipated new buildings on the Upper East Side. Balancing pre-war inspired details with modern finishes, 180e88’s residences feature distinguished accents like formal elliptical entry galleries, coved ceilings and custom wainscoting.

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Exclusive: This $33 Million Penthouse Is Tallest on NYC’s Upper East Side – Get a First Look Here

Sitting atop the striking 180 East 88th Street, a Gaudi-inspired residential tower in Carnegie Hill, the 5,508-square-foot condo offers a bird’s-eye view of Central Park and beyond from each of its three private terraces—which offer a whopping 3,500 square feet of outdoor space.



This Danish Family is Taking On the World Brick by Brick

A luxury condominium project at 180 East 88th Street, inspired by the boom in high-rise masonry construction during the 1920s and 1930s, will require 600,000 Petersen bricks.

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Modern Luxury Manhattan

Wine Bottle Service

This Carnegie Hill condominium possesses numerous luxurious amenities, including a temperature-controlled wine cellar with private wine cabinet storage. The cellar’s sleek, spacious design and arched architecture make it the perfect location for group wine tastings.

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New York Times

180 East 88th Street is an iconic condominium tower offering only 46 graciously-appointed residences with soaring ceiling heights, pre-war-inspired details and stunning views of Central Park. 


City Reality

Vacation or Staycation? These new condo developments are ideally situated for both.

The building is a short distance from FDR Drive and Carl Schurz Park, but offers eight floors of amenities under one roof; these include a fitness studio, double-height basketball court, soccer field, children’s playroom, game room, and lounge.



This Is An Apartment In the Upper Tower Of The Upper East Side

The skyline of the coveted Carnegie Hill neighborhood on the Upper East Side is going to change forever with one of the most anticipated new buildings on the Upper East Side: 180 East 88th Street.



These Residential Lobbies are Transforming into Fine Art Galleries

Further uptown at 180 East 88th Street, developer Joe McMillan’s DDG partnered with German artisan Jan Hooss to create a spectacular custom installation for the building’s striking lobby.



NYC Buildings That Want To Be Judged By Their Covers

Situated in the Upper East Side’s Carnegie Hill neighborhood, DDG’s luxury condominium 180 East 88th Street features a striking facade comprised of nearly 600,000 handmade bricks from acclaimed Danish brickworks Petersen Tegl. 



Soccer Fans, Feast Your Eyes On These Luxury Properties

The condominium’s extensive selection of best-in-class amenities spans eight floors. Designed to provide the ultimate recreational, social and fitness experiences for residences.



Life in the Luxe Lane: A Guide To Our Top 10 Most Awe-Inspiring Residential Buildings

The condominium’s extensive selection of best-in-class amenities spans eight floors. Designed to provide the ultimate recreational, social and fitness experiences for residences.



WNBA All-Star “Assists” in Unveiling New Basketball Court at Upper East Side Condo

180 East 88th Street partnered with the non-profit Ladies Who Hoop, an organization dedicated to empowering women of all ages through the game of basketball, to host the First Annual Free-Throw Contest at the rapidly progressing building.



How Artisans Are Using Historic Techniques to Transform New York Buildings

Designed as an homage to the plaster and stucco that was a staple on Upper East Side architecture at the turn of the 20th century, the piece shows off a whimsical rococo design. Hooss created the installation by hand, from the sketching to the designing to the installing. 



New York City Homes That Are Elevating Cultural Experiences

Perfect for those who want to connect with the nearby cultural institutions, 180 East 88th Street has a special collaboration with the nearby 92nd Street Y, which provides residents with priority access to the 92Y’s iconic arts and cultural programming and nearby facilities. 


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Warm Up Inside These New Developments with Amenity Fireplaces

Situated in the Upper East Side’s Carnegie Hill neighborhood, DDG’s 180 East 88th Street brings the warmth of its handmade brick façade indoors with a grand lobby featuring a custom fireplace. 



The Classic Status Symbol (Private Entry Foyer) Makes A Comeback in Condos

180 East 88th Street is an iconic condominium tower offering only 46 graciously-appointed residences with soaring ceiling heights, pre-war-inspired details and stunning views of Central Park. 

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