Ever wonder how the other half live? Well, wonder no further – here are the six most impressive apartments on the market in New York City right now. And for a pretty penny, you don’t have to live in a typical shoebox apartment in the big city, assuming you have $90 Million lying around.

834 Fifth Ave, #7/8A

For Sale – $96,000,000
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This Fifth Avenue looker was designed by architect Rosario Candela in 1932. It’s a whopping 12,000 square feet with 100 feet of that facing Central Park and the Empire State Building. It’s no surprise this apartment is decorated by Henri Samuel, one of the foremost interior designers of France, since any of its 22 rooms feel as if they were taken right out of Versailles Palace in France.

635 West 42nd Street

For Sale – $85,000,000
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Looking for the whole package? This full floor condo comes with a two million dollar construction credit, a one million dollar yacht with docking fees for five years, two Rolls Royce Phantoms (one convertible, one hard top), dinner for two weekly at Daniel Bolud’s Restaurant Daniel for one year, courtside season tickets to the Brooklyn Nets for a year, a Hamptons mansion rental for a Summer, live-in butler services for one year as well as a private chef. That’s also not mentioning that you would live in a beautiful modern apartment in Manhattan’s elite property, The Atelier.

8 East 62nd Street

For Sale – $84,500,000

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This Upper East Side Beaux-Arts Style mansion was originally constructed by in 1903 by John H. Duncan, the architect of Grant’s Tomb. It’s a 15,000 square-foot, six story property with the original malachite and mosaic floors that were discovered during the three-year, top-to-bottom renovation project. For summers on the UES owners of this immaculate property can enjoy a rooftop terrace complete with elevator entry, outdoor kitchen, 3-jet fountain, Zen rock garden and views of Central Park. Who needs a Zen rock garden when one level down you can enjoy your private spa with massage room, sauna, cold plunge pool and gym?

432 Park Avenue, PH 95

For Sale – $82,000,000
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Enjoy over 8,000 square feet of living space in this Park Avenue penthouse that offers six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and a library with a wood burning fireplace. Enjoy views of the city and park from every corner of this full floor apartment. Take the private elevator up to the 29’ x 44’ corner living room and huge eat-in chef’s kitchen. The sleek décor and amenity-filled building will surely make anyone feel like they’re sitting on top of the world – quite literally.

50 East 69th Street

For Sale – $72,000,000
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Take a step inside the Dommerich Mansion and feel as if you’re stepping back in time. This 44-foot wide mansion in Manhattan’s Upper East Side is one of only 11 mansions boasting that width. Otto Louis Dommerich was a wealthy cotton man with factories in now-trendy SoHo. The area where this immaculate mansion sits in UES was once called “Bankers’ Colony,” as most of the finance kings of the time decided to lay their heads here. The 7 levels plus basement all have soaring 15 foot ceilings, and 3,350 square feet of outdoor space. Owners can enjoy the outdoors in the summer months on the second floor terrace, terrace off the solarium, and a rooftop, or keep toasty warm in front of one of the property’s 14 marble fireplaces when the cold NYC winter sets in.

795 Fifth Avenue

For Sale – $70,000,000
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Ever dreamed of living in a hotel? This 14-room apartment sits atop the iconic Pierre Hotel on Fifth Avenue. Due to its prestigious location, the owners of this apartment can take advantage of the white-glove concierge services, housekeeping, and a beautiful gym. The property also offers 360 degree views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline, and two enormous master bedroom suites with decadent marble bathrooms.

While most of us will never be able to call one of these amazing apartments home, our pocket-sized places will never stop our dreaming or love for New York. Regardless of the size of your little piece of NYC paradise, you can always say that you live in the best city in the world – and that’s priceless!