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These 9 architectural gems offer a glimpse into building trends in Manhattan's ultra-luxury condos.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A fire on the second floor filled 610 W. 42nd St. with smoke, the FDNY said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The 1,066-foot tower will be the tallest in the borough.

Inwood »

The group said they're planning to stop the "real estate land grab" happening in Northern Manhattan.

Washington Heights »

LargaVista Companies is hoping to redevelop 4566 Broadway to include 117 apartments.

Upper East Side »

Kuafu Properties could build one of the tallest towers in the city, according to Cushman & Wakefield.

Downtown Brooklyn »

CityRealty sees an unprecedented boom in residential development over the next half-decade.

Upper East Side »

Four buildings have been demolished to make way for a 34-story high-rise on 89th and First Avenue.

Financial District »

The tallest building in the Western Hemisphere will open its observatory to the public in spring 2015.

Park Slope »

Demolition will start soon on six buildings at Fourth Avenue and Baltic Street.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The penthouse apartments at 388 Bridge St. are now on sale for $1.7 million to $6 million.

Downtown Brooklyn »

BKLYN Air is a 40-story tower with an outdoor heated swimming pool, located on Gold Street.

Morris Heights »

Investigators believe Sidy Fofana, 9, accidentally fell from the roof of the River Park Towers Complex.

Midtown »

Myls Dobson, 4, was staying in The Ritz Plaza residences after his father went to jail, relatives said.

Greenpoint »

The controversial development at 77 Commercial St. was slated for a Thursday vote.