You've got two routes to the upper level of this $5.5 million Downtown Brooklyn penthouse.

"Alright Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up." Recreate the famous "Sunset Boulevard" scene in this $7.9 million Tribeca condo.

The three-story spiral in this $20 million Upper East Side penthouse is surrounded by windows.

This custom steel and glass number is in a four-story Tribeca townhouse priced at $20 million.

The carpeted version in this $30 million Upper East Side townhouse is fit for old world New York aristocracy.

The ornate steps in this $12.5 million Riverside Drive penthouse lead to the entertainment floors. Sounds exciting.

The curved number in this $10 million Tribeca condo goes to the mezzanine/library.

The marble used for the floors extends to the stairs in this $11.2 million Upper East Side condo.

Once owned by Frank Sinatra, this $4.9 million Lenox Hill triplex co-op was recently renovated to include a replica of the Apple Store's steps.

For New Yorkers, it isn't enough to have a home that can accommodate a staircase … we want stairs that make a statement. From simple spirals to sweeping stairways--and an exact replica of the Apple Store’s famed glass model--here's our collection of the most interesting steps on the market.

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