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The Herzog & de Meuron-designed 160 Leroy was the top-selling Manhattan building last month (CityRealty) The Herzog & de Meuron-designed 160 Leroy was the top-selling Manhattan building last month (CityRealty)

Research from CityRealty shows that 160 Leroy Street was the top-selling Manhattan building last month, beating out One57 and 20 East End Avenue in terms of aggregate sales. The nine sales at 160 Leroy Street totaled $57.3 million. One57, the second-highest selling building, had $38.4 million in sales last month, while 20 East End saw $24.4 million in closings.

160-Leroy-Street-04 160 Leroy interior rendering
160-Leroy-Street-053 160 Leroy's driveway entrance (CityRealty)


The average price/ft2 for closings at 160 Leroy Street was $3,165, while the average price of a unit was $6.4 million. The biggest sale recorded in the Tribeca new development last month is also the biggest sale recorded in the building to date: The $11.3 million closing of Unit 9BN, a 2,792/ft2 four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom. The building is almost completely sold out, with 41 of its 49 units closed and recorded in public records.

The second-biggest selling building in Manhattan last month was One57. The billionaire’s row tower notched $38.4 million in sales over just two closings: The $23.5 million sale of Unit 61B and the $14.9 million sale of Unit 42A.
One57-157-West-57th-Street-03 One57, #61B sold for $23.5 million

The $24.4 million in closings at 20 East End also came via just two sales in the Robert A.M. Stern-designed condo: The $15.5 million sale of Unit 11B and the $9.6 million sale of Unit 6B


Check out the top 10 biggest-selling buildings in Manhattan last month below, and see other stats about the Manhattan real estate market in CityRealty’s August Monthly Market Report.

BuildingAggregate Sales# of SalesAverage PPSFAverage Price
160 Leroy Street$57,311,2959$3,165$6,367,922
One57, 157 West 57th Street$38,403,5822$5,110$19,201,791
20 East End Avenue$24,436,4192$4,064$12,218,210
The Bryant, 16 West 40th Street$22,617,0817$2,584$3,231,012
The Evelyn, 101 West 78th Street$22,358,1882$2,526$11,179,094
10 Gracie Square$21,600,0002$2,289$10,800,000
252 East 57th Street$21,354,5204$2,464$5,338,630
360 Central Park West$13,912,1244$1,983$3,478,031
Citizen360, 360 East 89th Street$13,385,0005$1,657$2,677,000
The Greenwich Lane, 160 West 12th Street$13,350,0002$2,910$6,675,000
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