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Trump Plaza New Rochelle offers suburban-style luxury barely 30 minutes from Midtown. The 1, 2 and 3BR units range from 817sf to 1,896sf. All come with the opportunity to select from three styles of kitchen cabinetry, finishes and appliances (Jenn Air's Floating Glass collection or Kitchen Aid stainless steel) and a choice of stone finishes for the master baths, which feature double-sink vanities, glass-enclosed showers and heated soaking tubs. Hardwood floors and washer/dryers are de rigueur for every home, too-and some feature outdoor terraces and Juliet balconies. On the list of top-notch amenities at the Trump Club: a large plasma flat-screen TV, a screening room, well-stacked library and an event room with a catering kitchen. The health club boasts a pool, spa treatment room, exercise classroom, and for the kids, a recreation center. The club's wraparound terrace provides simple pleasures, indoors or out. From the mid-$500,000s. FALL 2007.

Monica Klingenberg | 914.632.6300 | The Marketing Directors



Expansive Hudson River views come with all 158 homes at Weehawken's Henley on Hudson set within Port Imperial along the Hudson River's Waterfront. The unit mix includes simplex and duplex units as well as four-story town homes that have private elevators and 2-car garages. The Henley House—a private clubhouse—will feature a well-stacked library, state-of the-art fitness center and an innovative Children's Play Studio. Outside there's a facing- Manhattan's-skyline swimming pool. Port Imperial's The Riverwalk will soon add 130,000sf of retail shops and a spa and, in addition to the already opened PF Chang's and Arthur's Landing, more restaurants are on the way. Steps from the ferry terminal for Manhattan commutes, the ride is barely five minutes. Equally convenient, the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Station which will quickly transport you to anything to anywhere you want to go along New Jersey's Gold Coast. From $700,000s.

Judith Mironov | 201.864.7788 | Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group



Buyers seeking East Village digs should check out 321 E. 12th St. between First and Second avenues. Built at the turn of the 20th century, this double 6-story building is located on one of the neighborhood's most desirable streets. The 70-unit building's detailed façade pairs perfectly with the lovely lobby and magnificent stairwell that leads you up to the sponsor-owned 1, 2 and 3BR co-operative homes ranging in size from 350sf to 790sf. All come without board approval and require just 10 percent down. Affordable to the max, they are offered “as is” or stylishly renovated with finishes such as custom cabinetry with wood or ceramic floors and stainless steel appliances in the kitchens; and tiled walls and floors, custom vanities and new fixtures in the bathrooms. All the renovated units are pre-wired for telephones as well as high-speed Internet connections. All units have a window-in-every-room and feature high ceilings. Priced from the mid-$300,000s. OPEN.

Leslie Lalehzar | 212.327.9657 | Warburg Realty

“There is a frenzy of new residential construction occurring in many desirable neighborhoods, including West Chelsea, particularly in the vicinity of the High Line. This new housing, through the requirements of the zoning, will lead to the transformation of this dormant rail line to a magnificent, one-of-a-kind park,” said Real Estate Board of NY president Steven Spinola.