Recommendations for against the wall high efficiency speakers

I’m a believer in synergy, not individual components.   I’m setting up a new system in my condo and like most condos, I’ve got some limitations.   My room is 16’ wide and 35’ long, 9’ height.   The system will be placed 2/3 down on the long wall.   It’s the living room and my wife says no ugly room treatments as it’s our living room.   Just to head this off - I don’t need a new wife.    I listen at moderate levels (usually 70-85db).   Mostly progressive rock and jazz, all streamed, no phono.   Budget is $8k, for used speakers.   Once the speakers are mostly set, I'll work on amps, preamp, DAC, streamer, & cables ($25k all in budget, all used components).


The speakers will need to be placed right up next to the wall, so I was thinking of Ohm or Larsen, but these aren't very efficient – are there other options?   I’d like much higher efficiency as I like the dynamic presentation I generally get with that setup, but I don’t know of any efficient speakers I can place next to the wall.


I can add subs, if necessary, but I do need to take into account my neighbors above and below me.


I should add that historically, I've really preferred the sound of dipoles or open-baffle designs, but I don't have the space for them here.


Any suggestions or recommendations for my new-to-me main speakers?


Easy! The Closer Acoustics OGY. They’re so criminally underrated that nobody mentioned them in this thread. You get the high efficiency, the point source and the front port. 

+1 for the Monitor Audio Silver 500 7G. Not only are they the least expensive full range speakers in Stereophile's Class A Full Range category, they have an amazing combination of speed, agility and non-fatiguing ease that is very appealing. Their dual port tunability makes them easy to place and voice in the bass and lower mids. They're easy to drive, and their finish options help with the SAF as well. I have the 300s, same speaker, 2X6 instead of 2X8 woofers, identical mids and tweets in a smaller room and couldn't be happier.