Highest and lowest priced closed sales for Manhattan Apartments (Week of March 22, 2020)
The highest recorded closed price for a Manhattan apartment for the week of March 22 was unit 33-G at 1 Central Park West, Trump International Hotel and Tower. The hybrid hotel/residential tower sits majestically on the northern edge of Columbus Circle and the southern end of one of the world’s most fabled streets, Central Park West.
The 1,753 square foot two-bedroom condominium, which sports spectacular Central Park and skyline views, sold for $4.950 million, more than $2800 per square foot. Fully renovated, this corner home offers elegance and natural light at every turn. Floor-to-ceiling windows bring the expanse of Central Park into both the great room and the master bedroom. The second bedroom and the eat-in kitchen both face north and enjoy skyline views.
Upon entering the residence, there is a gorgeous extended gallery with a patterned marble floor, wainscotting, custom lighting including two wall sconces and a coved ceiling. Glamour awaits.
The apartment enjoys a split bedroom layout with an oversized master suite which includes a five-fixture marble bath and a dressing area. Fanciful custom cabinetry lines the bedroom wall. The second bedroom also has an en suite bath and multiple closets. A half bath is located off the gallery.
The windowed eat-in kitchen is lavish in every way. Granite countertops, a glass backsplash, marble floors and stainless steel appliances complete the picture. Two means of egress, one from the gallery, a second from the great room, allows for proper flow.
Residents of the condominium portion of this 44-story tower enjoy all of the five-star luxury hotel services provided to the hotel guests. This includes: A health club with pool, sauna and steam rooms and spa services, rooftop lounge, housekeeping services, dry cleaning valet and a business center. Lest not forget that there is 24-hour room service from the on-site Jean Georges restaurant.
The lowest recorded sale price for a Manhattan apartment for the week of March 22nd was unit 1-E, a sweet two-bedroom at 750 Riverside Drive in Hamilton Heights. The recorded price for this pre-war condo was $520,000, about $693 per square foot.
Tucked into the corner of West 152nd Street and Riverside Drive, this intimate six-story building overlooks the Hudson River Greenway to the west and the Trinity Church Cemetery to the north. Light abounds everywhere.
The apartment, which actually sits on the second floor, features two nice sized bedrooms, a renovated window kitchen and a windowed bath. There are newly refinished oak floors, recessed lighting, new stainless steel appliances and stone countertops.
Built in 1920, the building was converted to condominium ownership in 2015. There is no doorman.
Apartment 1-E was introduced to the market in June 2019 for $539,000. It took just over five months to go to contract, 4% off the original ask. Deborah Miller of Halstead represented the seller. Should you wish further information on the property, you can click here.