When it comes to living the high life, disorder Sotheby’s has always had its finger on the pulse of the most enviable real estate around. Here’s a closer look at Sotheby’s newest full-service development listings, order including Puck Penthouses, One John Street and 150 East 72nd, plus another drop-dead-gorgeous luxury listing at 400 Park Avenue South. Even if you don’t buy yourself a penthouse (and these ones cost a pretty penny), it can’t hurt to ogle some of the most beautiful dwellings in New York City.

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Puck Penthouses | When its your top priority, look no further than Puck Penthouses. With only six penthouses, all custom designed and outfitted with all the amenities your heart desires, these are living spaces fit for royalty. The penthouses range from three to four bedrooms and four to seven bathrooms each. Residents can expect amenities such as an in-residence gym, library and wine cellar, as well as multiple terraces and unbelievable views of Soho. This is the perfect place for someone who wants to life on top of one of the city’s chicest neighborhoods, as long as that someone has $30-60 million to spare.


One John Street

One John Street | DUMBO is the site that dispels any possible notion that this borough is lacking in luxury. A haven for the modern, rich and so-over-Manhattan, the neighborhood has a new reason to celebrate itself: One John Street. Though not as ostentatious as other luxury buildings, One John Street has all the amenities you’d expect after paying $5-8 million. It’s also built entirely inside of Brooklyn Bridge Park with 12 beautiful stories. It’s chic, contemporary and even contains an annex to the Brooklyn Children’s Museum in the lobby.


150 east 72nd

150 East 72nd | If that distinguished, old-world aesthetic is more your thing, stick to the Upper East Side’s newest luxury digs. 150 East 72nd approaches the high life from a classic angle, matching the distinguished feel of the neighborhood. For around $9 million, residents have access to private elevator landings, Miele appliances and Italian marble. There’s also a serious perk for fashionistas: custom Poliform closets, some of the most exquisite walk-in closets money can buy. If you need both a library and a staff room in your not-so-humble abode, 150 East 72nd has you covered.


400 Park Avenue South

400 Park Avenue South | Though not listed by Sotheby’s, 400 Park Avenue South is one of the most exciting—new developments—with the definition of luxury. Branded as “Sky Couture,” the Nomad district resident is indeed, a prominent and artful fixture in the NYC skyline. Christian de Portzamparc, the man behind One57 and various international masterpieces, is the chief architect on board. With floor-to-ceiling windows, a pristine indoor pool, spin studio and screening room, there is practically nothing the designers of 400 Park Avenue South haven’t thought of.


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Spring 2015 is all about sets of matching prints for men, whether its geometric, tribal or floral. One of the collections leading this fashion trend is New York based Mr. Nieves. Being adventurous, but still exuding thoughtful tailoring and fashion forward structures, this collection is the perfect staple for any stylish man’s spring and summer wardrobe. With the belief that any man can live in color, but Mr. Neives dares you to live in print. Mr. Nieves’s Spring 2015 collection features short sleeve button-down shirts, swim truck and more in unique, bold prints and cheerful colors.

Sam Velez-Nieves, designer behind the brand, grew up in NYC and studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Sam began his career working at Harve’ Benard, where he worked up from assistant to designer. He also worked at DKNY Jeans as head designer of their men’s division and took on several freelance collaborations, such as pattern-maker at Anna Sui, costume designer, and also made to measure pieces.

After co-founding Nieves Lavi in 2003, Sam founded Mr. Nieves ten years later in 2013. Pulling inspiration from different cultures, music and food – Mr. Nieves quickly became a favorite for editors, bloggers and fashion retailers, because of the brand’s vibrant prints and interesting take on classic menswear. Staying close to his Puerto Rican roots, Sam explores playful, vibrant patterns and tropical-inspired prints in his Spring 2015 collection. The Mr. Nieves’s man is someone that is curious, confident, spontaneous and daring. And, he would be bold – just like the Mr. Nieves brand.

-Dalton Primeaux