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Manhattan Sales:

  • From July 3-9, 2022, $793,225,757 worth of transactions across 380 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded
  • 164 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $541,472,752 and a median price of $1,783,550 ($1,912 per square foot)
  • 11 condop sales came to an aggregate price of $16,837,617 and a median price of $937,483
  • 205 co-op sales came to an aggregate price of $234,915,388 and a median price of $768,779

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11 North Moore Street
11 North Moore Street Tribeca
15 Central Park West
15 Central Park West Central Park West
The Left Bank, 99 Bank Street
The Left Bank, 99 Bank Street West Village
The Greenwich Lane, 160 West 12th Street
The Greenwich Lane, 160 West 12th Street Greenwich Village
The Normandy, 140 Riverside Drive
The Normandy, 140 Riverside Drive Riverside Dr./West End Ave.
The residence comes with a massive terrace with a private saltwater swimming pool
The highest-priced sale of the past week also holds the distinction of being the highest closed sale of the year to date: A full-floor apartment on the 20th floor of Aman New York Residences closed for $75,891,559, or 9.1% below the original listing price of $83.53 million. Known as the Jala Penthouse, the apartment has four bedrooms, five full baths, over 6,700 interior square feet, its own private elevator lobby, a private terrace with a hot tub off the primary bedroom, and a wraparound terrace with a saltwater pool and a second hot tub. The New York Post identified the buyer only as being international.
This sale represents the latest superlative for Aman New York Residences, the residential component of the recently converted Crown Building that is also home to Aman's first New York hotel. An offering plan with a $892,576,119 sellout price was accepted; and, over the past month, Aman New York Residences has closed over $228 million across seven sales with an average closing price of $8,373 per square foot. Among them were two sales eclipsing $10,000 per square foot, including a 434-square-foot studio that sold for $4.64 million, or $10,701 per square foot.
The Aman New York This studio, likely a staff unit, closed last week for $4.64 million (Aman)
From the studios to the five-story, 12-536-square-foot penthouse that reportedly entered contract with a $180 million asking price (still keeping an eye out for this!), all apartments at Aman New York Residences feature a bespoke design palette and state-of-the-art infrastructure. While residents of the apartments have access to a separate entrance away from the hotel entrance, they enjoy full access to the hotel’s amenities, which include unparalleled concierge service, a three-story spa, a Jazz Club, a year-round Garden Terrace, Italian restaurant Arva, and Japanese restaurant Nama, which includes an omakase counter. Residents also enjoy special privileges at Aman resorts all over the world. There are currently no publicly listed availabilities, suggesting that the combination of luxe apartments, top-of-the-line amenities, and a central address only two blocks from Central Park is a powerful lure.

The sale at Aman New York Residences comes in at more than $5 million above the year's previous record-holder, a full-floor penthouse at 432 Park Avenue that sold for $70,500,000. Indeed, a look at the 25 highest-priced sales of 2022 to date show that all of them are located within a few blocks of Central Park, or enjoy views of "New York’s backyard," in a further testament to the value of green space.
Numerous studies have shown the positive effects of exposure to green space on physical and mental health alike, and the pandemic-induced pause on indoor activities led to a renewed appreciation for the city's beloved parks. However, one wouldn't know it to look at the budget for fiscal year 2021, which only allocated 0.5% of the budget to parks. Activists are calling for an increase to 1%, which would help maintain and revitalize the parks.
160-West-12th-Street-01 A penthouswas last week's second-highest recorded sale (DBOX for the Rudin family and Global Holdings)
Aman New York Residences notwithstanding, it was a particularly good week for downtown apartments - of the top five sales, four took place below 23rd Street. The second-highest sale and top downtown sale was a 3-bedroom, 3-bath, 3,909-square-foot duplex penthouse at The Greenwich Lane that sold for $21,000,000, or nearly $5 million more than the sponsor sold it for in 2015. The seller was identified only as Ruby Woo LLC (inspired by a popular MAC lipstick), and the buyer was not identified either. However, a bold-faced name would not be unexpected — the sale comes shortly after The Real Deal identified former Disney president Michael Ovitz as the buyer of Jon Bon Jovi's apartment in the complex, which sold for the asking price of $22,000,000 earlier this year.

Top Sales
730-Fifth-Avenue-01 Aman New York Residences (Douglas Elliman)
Residences have views over Bergdorf Goodman to Central Park

160-West-12th-Street-01 The Greenwich Lane (Corcoran)
From the Listing:
Perched high above the city in Greenwich Village's most sought after address, Greenwich Lane, this captivating 3-bedroom/3.5-bathroom duplex penthouse home spans 3,905 square feet and is punctuated by an impressive 1,081-square-foot wrap terrace. The entire apartment is flooded with sunlight through floor to ceiling casement windows and doors and includes an open sweep of views south to the Freedom Tower and north to the Empire State Building. Entry is through a separate foyer which opens to a voluminous sunny staircase gallery. The marvelously sun-drenched Great Room with a wall of south facing floor-to-ceiling windows wows with open views over the Village to the Freedom Tower in the distance. The spacious custom chef's kitchen with separate breakfast area and walk-in pantry is equipped with every convenience and includes a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning open south views. A walk-in coat closet with separate mudroom and spacious half bath tucked away off the entry complete the main level of the duplex.

2-Park-Place-01 The Woolworth Tower Residences (Corcoran)
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1 Available Listing for Sale for $79,000,000
1 Available Listing for Rent for $22,500/month

11-North-Moore-Street-01 11 North Moore Street, #5B/C (Compass)
From the Listing:
One of a kind, intelligently designed and sprawling 4,912 square feet, this 4-bedroom corner home with children’s playroom and home office/media room features tremendous scale and sophistication. It is highlighted by 27 floor-to-ceiling windows, 11 foot-ceilings and 3 fireplaces located on one of Tribeca’s most well regarded blocks with southern and western views. As one enters the home through its large foyer with walk-in coat closet, they are struck with the scale of this light filled, nearly city block long apartment. The informal living room, one of three distinct public spaces in the apartment, features a custom Smallbone kitchen with Iceberg White Calcite Brazilian full slab marble counters and backsplash and Miele appliances that overlooks the 58-foot-long great room featuring 12 of the floor to ceiling windows with views of One World Trade, 56 Leonard and the charming cobblestone streets of Tribeca.

212-West-18th-Street-01 Walker Tower (CityRealty)
212-West-18th-Street-02 , #17BC (Sotheby's International Realty)
From the Listing:
Residence 17BC at Walker Tower is an exquisite example of the marriage of inspired contemporary design with the bold Art Deco proportions of esteemed architect Ralph Walker. This generously proportioned, nearly 4,000 square foot apartment is entered via a formal gallery, setting an elegant tone for the rest of the 5 bedroom, 5 1/2 bath home. This leads to an expansive living room featuring southern and western exposures and floor-to-ceiling casement windows which literally flood the apartment with sunlight. The adjoining Smallbone kitchen includes marble and limestone countertops, Dornbracht fixtures and full refrigerator, wine cooler and under-counter refrigerator/freezer drawers by Sub-Zero, an induction cooktop, wall oven and warming drawer by Viking, speed oven and built-in coffee maker by Miele and a Franke water filtration system.
2 Available Listings for Sale from $9,350,000
1 Available Listing for Rent for $35,000/month

Notable Sales
Eric Wittouck is a descendant of the family that founded Tiense Suicker, a Belgian sugar refinery, but Forbes notes that his net worth has dramatically increased thanks to his savvy investments. An apartment in a well-known Fifth Avenue building is the latest addition to his portfolio.

15-Central-Park-West-01 15 Central Park West, #10K (Engel & Volkers)
Shortly after the Foster + Partners-designed Hearst Tower opened for business, Hearst Newspapers president George B. Irish purchased an apartment at the nearby 15 Central Park West. He stepped down shortly after, and just sold his apartment in the building to a buyer working under an LLC. While the listing came in under ask, it was nevertheless well above the $5.8 million he paid for it.

From the Listing:
Located in the tower of Robert A.M. Stern’s definitive parkside address, Fifteen Central Park West, this corner three-bedroom home offers partial Central Park views through northern, eastern, and western exposures. A gracious foyer welcomes you to this well-proportioned 2,519-square-foot residence and leads to the expansive corner living room with large windows offering dynamic city views of Lincoln Center and a beautiful planted garden below. This quiet and generous space and the adjacent formal dining room, both bathed in natural light, are perfect for entertaining. The windowed, marble-clad eat-in chef’s kitchen features a breakfast bar, large center island, and top-of-the-line appliances.
14 Available Listings for Sale from $3,995,000
2 Available Listings for Rent from $46,000/month

140-Riverside-Drive-01 The Normandy (Compass)
While the intersection of Broadway and West 63rd Street was designated "Sesame Street" in May 2019, eagle-eyed viewers of a 1978 Christmas special have noticed that Sesame Street was close to the 86th Street subway stop. Marjorie Kalins-Taylor, an Emmy-nominated executive and producer at Children's Television Workshop (later Sesame Workshop) lived a few blocks west of the 86th Street subway; following her death in April 2021, her estate has sold her apartment.

From the Listing:
As you enter this oversized home, you are immediately confronted with the stunning river views from all rooms. Sunsets on the river while you watch the boats go by. Perfect way to enjoy your new home. The 16×16 circular formal dining room accommodates 12 easily and leads to the oversized living room with million-dollar views. You really feel like you are “cruising on the river."
3 Available Listings for Sale from $650,000

99-Bank-Street-01 99 Bank Street, #6L/7L (Brown Harris Stevens)
Before Anita Lo became the first female chef to cook for a state dinner at the White House, she was best known for Annisa, her Michelin-starred (and sadly closed) restaurant in Greenwich Village, as well as her appearances on Iron Chef America, Top Chef Masters, and Chopped: All-Stars Tournament. Her partner, Mary Attea, made a name for herself as chef de cuisine at Annisa and is now executive chef at the Michelin-starred Musket Room. Appropriately enough, the couple's new duplex apartment has an open kitchen with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances.

From the Listing:
Make this your dream come true — a fabulous 1-bedroom/2-bathroom duplex apartment (2 combined studios) with an overwhelmingly impressive list of features. Starting with the one feature a renovation cannot buy — on both levels, all-day sun and light from oversized windows with south-facing city views that extend all the way to the Freedom Towers. Entering the duplex’s top floor brings you into the airy and open living/dining/kitchen space with high ceilings. The open chef’s kitchen is complete with gleaming white quartz countertops and white marble back splash as well as rift-sawn oak cabinetry. Stainless steel appliances include a Capital 36" gas stove with grill, convection oven and circulation fan; Electrolux French door full depth refrigerator, Miele dishwasher and oversized deep sink.
1 Available Listing for Sale for $929,900
1 Available Listing for Rent for $4,500/month

200-East-57th-Street-01 200 East 57th Street (Compass)
Roman Zaks has made a name for himself as the co-founder of Roomster, an app that helps users find roommates, spare rooms, and sublets. However, records show that he has just gotten his own place at a full-service cooperative in the east end of Billionaires' Row.
7 Available Listings for Sale from $825,000

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