Top 10 New York City Condo Buildings to Watch 4th of July Fireworks
Macy’s 4th of July fireworks display is a sight to be seen. Many people swarm along the FDR Drive to get a better view, but if you really want a unique spot to view this East River spectacle, there's really no better place than from a rooftop (or penthouse) perch high above the city.
This 51-story rental tower has a very large roof deck in the Financial District not far from the East River.
This very shiny and twisted 76-story apartment tower at 8 Spruce Street overlooks the Brooklyn Bridge.
This 27-story Art Deco skyscraper was designed by Harvey Wiley Corbett on the southeast corner at Eighth Street and was built in 1927.
- Five apartments currently for sale from $1,375,000 to $12,230,000
This sinuous, 21-story apartment tower was designed by Gwathmey Siegel in 2004 and marked a significant upgrading for the East Village and the Lower East Side.
- One apartment for sale at $3,150,000
The penthouse at this 60-story tower at 22 East 23rd Street was recently purchased by Ruppert Murdoch.
- Six apartments currently for sale from $4,880,000 to $26,950,000
This large, 12-story building dominates the Brooklyn waterfront and has a roof deck.
- Five apartments currently for sale from $1,725,000 to $7,495,000
These two towers boast with 350 apartments along Kent Avenue on the Brooklyn waterfront and has ample roof decks for partying and taking in the grand pyrotechnics display,
- Four apartments currently for sale from $1,425,000 to $1,875,000
A 30-story waterfront tower at 22 North 6th Street with fine East River vistas, and a state park if you want to take in the view from below.
- Nine apartments currently for sale from $799,000 to $2,750,000
With a waterfront esplanade, this blue-glass tower, one of two, at 4 North 5th Street has a prominent Williamsburg location.
- Five apartments currently for sale from $699,000 to $2,499,000
The southernmost of the four handsome chamfered towers designed by Davis, Brody & Associates on a platform east of the FDR Drive between 25th and 30th Streets.