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 ...

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Highest and lowest priced closed sales for Manhattan Apartments (Week of March 1, 2020)

The highest recorded closed price for a Manhattan apartment for the first week of March was $9.7 million for unit 7-A at 30 East 71st Street, a magnificent prewar at the southeast corner of Madison Avenue and 71st Street.  Talk about a prime location. There are three distinct sections to this grand ten-room residence, the living and entertaining area, the bedroom wing and the greater kitchen area.  To no one’s surprise, ...

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Highest and lowest priced closed sales for Manhattan Apartments (Week of Feb 23, 2020)

The highest recorded closed price for a Manhattan apartment for the week of February 23 was unit 28-C at 53 West 53rd Street, the sleek new supertall by Jean Nouvel that towers over the Museum of Modern Art.     The 2,094 SF two-bedroom residence sold for $6.367 million, just over $3,000 per square foot.   The apartment features a grand corner living room, a gracious entry gallery, a sumptuous five fixture en ...

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Highest and lowest priced closed sales for Manhattan Apartments (Week of Feb 15, 2020)

The highest recorded closed price on a Manhattan apartment last week was unit PH-B at 45 East 22nd Street, the modern supertall that sits between Park Avenue South and Broadway just to the south of Madison Square Park. The 6,032 SF four-bedroom duplex sold for $24.845 million, just over $4,100 per square foot.  It first hit the market through the developer in February 2016 for $38 million, nearly 35% above the ...

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Highest and lowest priced closed sales for Manhattan Apartments (Week of Feb 9, 2020)

The highest recorded closed price on a Manhattan apartment last week was unit 3-B at 443 Greenwich Street, the celebrity-fueled condo between Vestry Street and Desbrosses Street in Tribeca. The 3,454 SF three-bedroom loft sold for $10.3 million, just under $3,000 per square foot.  It first hit the market in April 2019 for $11.95 million, nearly 14% above the eventual closing price.  Tall ceilings, arched windows, wooden beams and expansive living ...

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