Pink Is In and These 4 Luxury NYC Residences Aren’t Afraid to Use It

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Tribeca Green | Photograph by Colin Miller

In design and pop culture history, perhaps one day 2023 will be known as the year of pink. Greta Gerwig’s highly anticipated film, Barbie, will land in theaters this July. And if Barbie is the “it” girl of the moment, pink is the “it” color. And, it started months ago. Going into 2023, paint trend forecasts ranged from Pantone’s color of the year Viva Magenta, to Sherwin-Williams’ warm blush, Redend Point, and Benjamin Moore’s optimistic Raspberry Blush.

We know Barbie already has a California dream house, but we think she’d approve of these rosy residences in New York City. They’ll have you wondering, is pink the new neutral?

180 East 88th Street

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Photography by Sean Hemmerle

One bedroom in this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom pad at 180 East 88th Street features an artful blush pink wallpaper. Neutral bedding and floating shelves give the room an understated chic look. Located in Manhattan’s Carnegie Hill neighborhood, there’s plenty of glamour outside on nearby Madison Avenue. Hadas Dembo of Mise en Scene Design is the designer behind this $4.55 million condo.

One Manhattan Square

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Photography by Evan Joseph

Bold hues and playful curves make a statement in this downtown apartment designed by Anna Karlin. Modern furniture is accentuated by the vibrant pink walls. An ideal background for splashy selfies, it’s no shock that this space has been dubbed ‘The Instagrammer.’ Units in One Manhattan Square, a waterfront luxury condominium on the Lower East Side, range from one to three bedrooms, starting at $1.2 million.

53 West 53

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Photography by Evan Joseph

Peaceful in the morning sun and enchanting with the city’s lights glimmering in the evening, a moody bedroom suite awaits 63 floors above the city at 53 West 53. The 6,786-square-foot, full-floor residence has interiors by Rebecca Robertson of RR Interiors, who chose a blush grasscloth wallcovering, vintage chaise, and brass chandelier in this sweet bedroom. The $46,395,000 listing is situated above the Museum of Modern Art.

Tribeca Green

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Photography by Colin Miller

Pops of pink carry from the entry to the kitchen to the living room in apartment 10E of Tribeca Green, currently listed for $659,000. In the sophisticated living room, light pink walls make a soothing backdrop for modern-day living. Though an unexpected color, the pink hue on the living room walls does not distract from the contemporary art or deep blue velvet sofa. Designers Dylan Stilin and Andrew Bowen of ASH Staging beautifully curated the space, and the downtown building overall offers units from studios to four bedrooms.