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220 Central Park South via Corcoran 220 Central Park South via Corcoran
From September 19-25, 2021, a total of 391 residential condo, co-op, and condop sales were recorded in Manhattan at an aggregate price of $781,946,515. The 159 condo sales came to a median price of $1.6 million, or $1,576 per square foot. The 223 co-op sales recorded came to a median price of $850K.

For the second week in a row, an apartment at 220 Central Park South had the top sale, closing for $33 million. The Real Deal identified the seller as Arel Capital founder Richard Leibovitch and notes that the closing price represents a $3 million discount from its original listing price of $36 million in January 2020. Nevertheless, Mr. Leibovitch made a profit on it - he purchased the apartment for $26 million in December 2018. This sale was trailed closely by another Billionaires' Row unit, a Central Park Tower four-bedroom that closed for $28,585,250.
From September 20-26, 2021, a total of 27 contracts priced $4 million and up were signed in Manhattan with an asking price sales volume of $221,343,000. This figure pushed the total year's asking price sales volume to $11,384,322,930, beating the 2014 record of $11,236,284,299 at a time when, as Olshan Realty's market report observed, "there's still one more quarter to go!"
Chelsea townhouse 25 West 28th Street via Corcoran (Mother Theresa photo by Manfredo Ferrari - own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=35010569)
The contracts comprised 20 condos, three co-ops, and four townhouses. Among them was 328 West 23rd Street, a Chelsea townhouse originally built in 1926 as part of a pair of sister townhouses that became part of The Leo House, a hotel designed for German immigrants after World War I. Later, during its time as the home of the Sisters of St. Agnes, Mother Teresa stayed in the house when visiting New York. It has since been expanded by acclaimed architect Alastair Standing, and entered contract with an asking price of $14,995,000.
The top apartment contract of the week was a full-floor Tower Residence at 111 West 57th Street, occupying the entire 55th floor and asking $27,000,000. The unidentified buyer will enjoy three bedrooms, three and a half baths, panoramic views of Central Park, and an array of luxurious lifestyle and wellness amenities.

Several new towers are in the works on Billionaire's Row though developers have mostly kept their plans under wraps. One potential new tower with sweeping park views may rise at the current site of the white-brick rental Hemisphere House, located at the southeast corner of Sixth Avenue and 57th Street. Conceptual illustrations by the firm Cannon Architecture Studio show studies of a slender glass tower resting on a presumably mixed-use base.
111 West 57th Street Supertall Study on West 57th Street (Cannon Architecture Studio)





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220 Central Park South All images of 220 Central Park South via Corcoran
220 Central Park South
220 Central Park South
From the listing:
Perched on the 31st floor of the 70-story tower, this 4-bedroom, 4.5 bath (3,703 sqft.) residence is one of the most desirable lines in the building. Enjoy a grand living space with high ceilings, unobstructed views of Central Park and magnificent light with northern, western and southern exposures.

The kitchen features a large white marble center-island and countertops, accented with glass and chrome cabinetry. Miele and Sub-Zero appliances throughout. Enjoy city and park views from the primary bedroom. The suite consists of ample storage and a stunning en-suite bath clad in marble and features Lefroy Brooks fixtures, a deep, oversized soaking tub, heated floors, steam shower, and water closet. Three additional bedrooms, each with an en-suite bath complete this grand, yet warm home. Additional residence features include, wide plank, American White Oak herringbone flooring throughout, recessed lighting, laundry room, powder room, and generous storage. This apartment comes with additional storage and a parking space.
1 Available Listing for Rent for $85,000/month

217-West-57th-Street-01 Central Park Tower via Extell
9 Available Listings for Sale from $9.1M
2 Available Listings for Rent from $23,800/month

998-Fifth-Avenue-01 998 Fifth Avenue via CityRealty
Fifth Avenue apartments Interiors via Sotheby's International Realty
998 Fifth Avenue
From the listing:
This magnificent high floor apartment features stunning Central Park views, sun flooded interiors, tremendously high ceilings, lovely and grandly proportioned rooms, and exceptional architectural details. A massive windowed gallery with original paneling opens to the fabulous entertaining rooms, laid out in enfilade format, with a fireplace on both the northern and southern flank. These extraordinary public rooms are distinguished by broad sweeping views of the Metropolitan Museum, Central Park, and across to the West Side skyline.

There is a baronial living room which spans more than 38 feet, as well as a wonderfully scaled dining room. Beyond, the vast back of house is comprised of a breakfast area, massive chef's kitchen, pantry and laundry. There are also two big bedrooms plus a staff room. The entirety of the private quarters have the very good fortune of a marvelous southern exposure that ensures abundant sunlight all day.
Fifth Avenue co-ops

40 East End Avenue All images of 40 East End Avenue via Corcoran
Upper East Side penthouse
Yorkville condo
From the listing:
Spanning three levels, Penthouse A at 40 East End Avenue is an exquisite 5,949-square-foot full-floor duplex residence featuring four bedrooms plus solarium, four-and-a half-bathrooms and 1,866 square feet of outdoor space which includes three terraces plus a full-floor private rooftop terrace complete with an outdoor kitchen. Showcasing spectacular panoramic views of the East River and city skyline, 360-degree exposures are maximized with floor-to-ceiling casement windows and ceilings as high as 13 feet.

A keyed elevator opens to a sundrenched, private entry gallery with Arabescato Cervaiole marble floors laid in a Chevron-pattern and a Nero Marquina Marble border. The sprawling 33-foot x 22-foot Great Room features 13-foot ceilings, an oversized gas fireplace with custom Nero Saint-Laurent marble surround, and south, east and north views of the East River. The Great Room and adjoining dining room feature custom crown molding and wide plank white oak hardwood flooring in a herringbone pattern, imbuing depth and character into the expansive spaces. The open chef’s kitchen makes use of the extra ceiling height with stacked cabinetry, and also affords a spacious eat-in breakfast/family room that is ideal for both cooking and entertaining.
8 Available Listings for Sale from $4.2M

161 Hudson Street All images of 161 Hudson Street via Corcoran
Tribeca condos
Tribeca condos
From the listing:
Designed by Monique Gibson, this sprawling showplace dazzles with hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, fresh paint, new wallpaper, and abundant windows throughout. On the open lower level, the mood is dramatic and bold with deep-stained floors, stylish dark design accents and industrial influences. A gracious foyer flanked by glass doors introduces a massive great room wrapped in stunning windows along the northern and eastern exposures. Imagine lavish entertaining in this nearly 38-foot long space surrounded by St. John’s Park views, a wall of custom cabinetry, towering columns and designer lighting. A pocket door reveals a private media room, and the well-stocked open kitchen is anchored by a long marble island, perfect for casual meals or catering. Off the foyer, you’ll find convenient coat closets, a powder room, an elegant guest suite and a storage room.

On the vast upper level – accessible by interior stairs or elevator – light-stained floors, triple exposures and skylights lend a sun-splashed atrium-like ambiance. Spacious split-level living, dining and home office areas surround a spectacular northwestern corner terrace filled with planter beds. Inside, designer fixtures and built-ins lead to a kitchenette with a full bathroom and on to a showstopping skylit library. Head to the luxurious owner’s suite to find two fully customized walk-in closets and an extraordinary marble en suite bathroom with a soaking tub, walk-in rain shower and a separate dressing area with a wide double vanity. Two more secondary suites – one perfectly arranged for two beds – feature roomy closets and private bathrooms. Additional closets and an extra-large utility room with a side-by-side washer-dryer and a sink add convenience and ease. A private roof deck and planter garden invite you to relax and unwind alongside remarkable open-sky views that stretch all the way to One World Trade.

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111 West 57th Street All images of 111 West 57th Street via Douglas Elliman
Billionaires Row condo
Billionaires Row condo
From the listing:
This full-floor 4,183 square foot Tower Residence with three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms is designed for elegant living on a grand scale. Its richly detailed finishes are conceived throughout by Studio Sofield, and demonstrate an extraordinary commitment to traditional materiality, quality and craftsmanship. The formal central entrance gallery has white macauba stone floors and offers views to both north and south. Gracious double doors open into the spectacular Great Room, which boasts monumental ceiling heights of 14 feet and intricately patterned floors in custom smoke-gray solid oak. Floor-to-ceiling windows showcase dramatic views of Central Park that are unobstructed and perfectly centered.

The expansive eat-in corner kitchen with south-western exposures features custom designed cabinetry finished in a light hand-rubbed finish and chateau gray oak. The countertops and backsplash are stepped crystallo white quartzite, and appliances by Gaggenau include convection and steam ovens, a gas range with pot filler and vented hood, a fully integrated coffee machine, a dishwasher and side-by-side refrigerator and freezer.

The expansive corner primary suite offers panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline and is luxuriously appointed with two generous walk-in closets, a dressing hall and a windowed primary bath with walls and floors finished in white onyx. Custom bathroom fixtures include a freestanding polished nickel bathtub by William Holland, exclusive Studio Sofield-designed bronze fittings hand-cast by P.E. Guerin, and bronze sconces. The separate glass-enclosed windowed shower features dual showerheads and body sprays in bronze. The secondary guest bedroom also enjoys southern city skyline exposures; the third has unobstructed Central Park views to the north east. Two full guest bathrooms are finished in crystallo gold quartzite and silverian pearl marble. The powder room features a jewel onyx stone vanity, walls and wainscoting.
10 Available Listings for Sale from $8.75M
111 West 57th Street

408-Greenwich-Street-01 All images of 408 Greenwich Street via Douglas Elliman
Tribeca condo
Tribeca condo
From the listing:
Offered for the first time in Tribeca’s Northern Historic District, moments from the Hudson River Park, this extraordinary Penthouse is a rare combination of space, light, dramatic views and excellence in design. This residence offers two exceptional full floors including one of the most beautifully landscaped terraces in Tribeca.

The level of finishes throughout are of the highest quality, beginning with the Jean Prouve’ inspired entry doors of bronze and glass which welcome you from the keyed elevator into an elegant entry gallery. Materials in the foyer gallery and living areas include Cerused Oak walls, Corian walls and 8-inch Siberian Oak flooring. From the foyer you walk in to the expansive and dramatic 40-foot-long living/dining room flooded with light from 11 oversized arched windows facing south and east overlooking lower Manhattan.

408 Greenwich offers unparalleled downtown Manhattan views along Greenwich Street. Morning, midday and evening, this residence offers spectacular views rich in color and dazzling city lights. Designed to the highest standards this full floor duplex boasts 10’+ ceilings, 36 arched windows, all with Lutron controlled shades, 4 bedrooms, 3 ½ baths, 4,222 interior square feet, over 1,500 square feet of outdoor space plus media room off the roof terrace.
1 Available Listing for Sale for $7.5M
Tribeca condos

328-West-23rd-Street-01 All images of 328 West 23rd Street via Corocran
Chelsea townhouse
Chelsea townhouse
From the listing:
This stately home boasts approximately 9,025 feet of interior living space and 2,547 square feet of outdoor space with 7 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, 3 powder rooms, full-length roof terrace, 3 generous balconies and a 40-foot-deep garden. The full-height finished lower level is home to a lounge space and 1,000-bottle wine cellar. A dumbwaiter provides for easy movement of wine to the garden pantry just off the kitchen. A workshop, several utility rooms, additional storage and a powder room are also located on this floor. A chef's eat-in kitchen spans the width of the house and opens onto the lush and tranquil 40 foot deep private garden. Equipped with custom cabinetry, white Caesarstone countertops, an expansive center island and a suite of high-end professional appliances from Wolf, Blue Star, Viking, and Miele, the kitchen is the heart of the home. A large walk-in pantry provides additional storage space. Just off the entry to the home, through a separate keyed door, is a large finished studio apartment ideal for live-in security, au pair/nanny, or guest accommodations. Ascend the hand-crafted central staircase to this grand entertaining floor features soaring 14 foot high ceilings, proud crown moldings, solid oak pocket doors, and two gas fireplaces with custom marble mantles and surrounds. The living and dining rooms are massive yet provide a feeling of intimacy. Just off the living room is a small reflection nook. Double French doors in the dining room open to a large planted balcony overlooking the garden. A wood paneled library with wet bar and a powder room complete the floor.
Chelsea townhouse
Chelsea townhouse

500 West 25th Street All images of 500W25 via Douglas Elliman
High Line condos
High Line condos
From the listing:
This duplex 4-bedroom, 4-bath home asserts itself with a dramatic and open ambience. A private key-locked elevator opens on each floor of the residence. The great room offers an abundance of natural light, 13- foot ceilings, 6" Siberian wide-plank white oak floors and opens to its own 13x 39 ft private terrace. The kitchen is a culinary masterpiece, illuminated by six east-facing floor-to-ceiling windows with top-of-the-line Gaggenau appliances, white oak cabinetry, hand selected statuary marble countertops and large island with wine fridge. An eastern facing fourth bedroom with en-suite bathroom completes the upper floor.

The lower level accommodates three luxe bedrooms and bathrooms. With impressive scale, the enormous 13x 24 ft corner master suite is flooded with light from western exposure and offers wide-plank hardwood floors, massive floor-to-ceiling windows, two large walk-in closets, a dressing room and large French doors that lead to a private terrace with views of the Hudson River and The High Line. The spa-like en-suite primary bathroom features an oversized walk-in glass enclosed shower with a marble accent wall, a large deep soaking bathtub, a double sink vanity with ample storage below and heated marble floors.

Completing this floor are the eastern-facing second and third bedrooms, each with their own en suite bath, ample closet space and extra room connecting the bedroom and bathroom, which can be used as an office, study or dressing area. The penthouse is topped off by a vast private outdoor rooftop with spectacular panoramic views in all directions including Empire State and the Statue of Liberty. There is ample space for lounging areas as well as the possibility for full outdoor kitchen and dining, irrigated landscaping and more. This residence is grandly scaled for entertaining while offering private and intimate spaces for day-to-day living, together with an indoor/outdoor lifestyle that exceeds all expectations.
2 Available Listings for Sale from $4M
High Line condos

132 East 65th Street The Touraine via CityRealty
Upper East Side condos Interiors via Brown Harris Stevens
Upper East Side condo
From the listing:
A breathtaking duplex that unfolds magnificently over a 4,346 square foot configuration, the singular Penthouse at the Touraine has been designed for the finest in both living and entertaining. Set atop a prominently located boutique Upper East Side condominium, this is a stunning, mint condition, one-of-a-kind home. Featuring 50 linear feet across the den, living, and dining rooms, coupled with a ceiling height of nearly 11 feet, the main floor enjoys stunning views to the north, as well as west toward Central Park. A gourmet kitchen features honed Italian Calacatta marble, several Gaggenau appliances, and a beautiful windowed eat-in, breakfast area. The refrigerator and wine fridge are by Subzero. The main floor also boasts a den, which can serve as a guest room, complete with an en suite windowed bathroom, and a fantastic powder room.

On the upper floor, a sun-soaked primary bedroom occupies the prime corner and includes one of the most attractive and thoughtful, custom walk-in closets imaginable, naturally with a window of its own. A luxurious and windowed master bathroom is outfitted with Waterworks fixtures, Italian Calacatta and Arctic gray marble, and a freestanding soaking tub, as well as a ribbed-glass enclosed shower and separate enclosed Toto toilet. Additional closets and storage were added throughout this master suite. The windows face north and west with views of Central Park. Two of the three additional bedrooms, each with an en suite marble and Waterworks bathroom, face north, while the fourth bedroom nestles at the opposite corner and benefits from north and east exposure. Notably, each of these rooms offers unusually generous dimensions and a sense of freedom further accented by the 11-foot ceilings. The Penthouse has its own private roof deck with stunning views of Manhattan, a private wine locker for over 100 bottles in the wine cellar, and an oversized private storage unit.

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