377 West 11th Street, Apt. 3C
Both bathrooms in this 2,366-square-foot duplex assert their personalities with colorful mosaic tiles and sinks that were hand-blown and crafted in Italy.
Price: $2.5 million
Broker: Richard Orenstein, Halstead Property
22 Mercer Street
This three-bedroom triplex has a master bathroom as large as a typical bedroom, albeit dressed in custom marble. The soaking tub stands alone adjacent to the steam shower, and the mirror’s eight feet wide.
Price: $5.995 million
Brokers: Edward F. Johnston III and Samuel Thomas Milbank, Brown Harris Stevens
219 East 67th Street
An opaque glass wall separates the master bedroom in this three-bedroom from the ensuite bath, allowing light to filter through while still maintaining privacy. The rest of the bathroom is encased in Crema marble. A glass shower, twin wash basins, and a Philippe Starck freestanding tub completes the picture.
Price: $6.45 million
Broker: Amy Katcher, the Corcoran Group
936 Fifth Avenue
A windowed bathroom is a luxury in the city, especially if it looks out onto Central Park. This one, in a top-shelf coop apartment, serves up side views from a jetted tub. It also has marble finishes, silver-leaf molding, a television, stereo system, and bidet.
Price: $6.495 million
Broker: Inez Wade, Stribling and Associates
42 East 20th Street #PHA
The master bathroom in this 4500-square-foot penthouse is sleek and modern, and has high ceilings and a custom-designed tiled shower stall, vanity, and tub.
Price: $7.2 million
Brokers: Holly Parker and Trisha Riedel, Prudential Douglas Elliman
East 76th Street
The master bathroom of this Upper East Side townhouse, painted in serenity-summoning blue, spans the full width of the building, and has radiant-heated white marble floors and French doors.
Price: $8.995 million
Broker: Paula Del Nunzio, Brown Harris Stevens
141 Fifth Avenue, Penthouse
This bathroom takes up the entire top floor of the penthouse, tucked in the cupola of the former Merchants Bank of New York, and has a ceiling that stretches 30-plus feet high. More lounging space than ordinary bathroom, it has plenty of room for dressers, rugs, and a seating area. “It’s possibly the biggest bathroom in New York City,” says listing broker Emily Beare.
Price: $12 million
Broker: Emily Beare, CORE
25 N. Moore St.
White marble and granite envelops the airy master bath of this Tribeca triplex. Everything’s been customized, including the curved glass shower enclosure and radiant-heat floors. South-facing windows frame open-air views.
Price: $14.75 million
Brokers: Deborah Grubman, Carol Cohen and David Dubin, the Corcoran Group
Third Avenue and 17th Street. On September 15, 2006, Chan was hit by a flatbed tow truck while making a delivery of Chinese food. Brandie Bailey
Houston and Essex Streets. On May 8, 2005, Bailey was struck by a private sanitation truck while on her way home to Williamsburg after waitressing at the West Village restaurant Red Bamboo. Bailey was a regular at CBGB, where a memorial was held in her honor.
Ten Eyck Street and Union Avenue, Williamsburg. Early in the morning of October 18, 2007, Murphey was biking home from escorting his date to her South Williamsburg apartment. According to police reports, Murphey attempted to outrun a gas truck turning left on Ten Eyck Street. His pelvis shattered on impact, and he was pronounced dead at the scene. In his honor, over 40 friends have since received tattoos that read BE BETTER. Frank C. Simpson
Linden Boulevard near 175th Street, St. Albans. Simpson, a janitor returning from the evening shift at a Con Edison facility, was hit by a Dodge Stratus on November 9, 2006.