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56 Leonard Street via Compass 56 Leonard Street via Compass
From November 7-13, 2021, a total of 299 condo, co-op, and condop sales closed in Manhattan, aggregating to a total of $587,211,863 and showing a climb from last week, when no sales were recorded on the city's Election Day holiday. The 136 condo sales recorded came to a median price of $1.78 million, or $1,626 per square foot. The 155 co-op sales came to a median price of $752,500.
The past week was a triumphant one for the "Jenga tower" at 56 Leonard Street, where not one but two penthouses had the top sales of the week. #PH60, a 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath measuring 7,779 interior square feet and 1,252 exterior square feet, closed for $45 million. This is $5 million below the ask of $50 million that would have made it the most expensive Downtown penthouse sale of the past year. Listing agent Clayton Orrigo of Compass told The Real Deal that this may still be the most expensive downtown sale of 2021, but offered no further comment. The buyer and seller were not identified.
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A few floors down, the 5-bedroom, 5-bath #PH58 closed for $30,125,000. This price is 12.7 percent below the last asking price of $34.5 million, but above the $26,781,102 that seller Leon Shaulov, founder of hedge fund Maplelane Capital, purchased it for in 2017. This penthouse measures 5,489 interior square feet and 745 square feet of private outdoor terraces.
The past week's top sale outside of 56 Leonard Street took place at ABI Chelsea, where a penthouse closed for $20 million, or 20 percent below the last listed price of $25 million. The four-bedroom, 4.5-bath home measures 3,794 interior square feet and 1,301 square feet of private outdoor space, including a rooftop terrace with a private pool and views of the High Line and Manhattan skyline.
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On the luxury contracts side, a total of 60 contracts priced at $4 million and up were signed from November 8-14, 2021. Not only is this the largest total of the year, but it also has the highest asking price sales volume of 2021 at a whopping $553,869,000. Olshan Realty's market report says that this is the strongest week for the luxury market since December 16-23, 2013, when 72 deals were signed with a total asking price volume of $576,185,000.
The top contract of the past week took place at 15 Central Park West, where #9A was asking $35 million. The apartment was owned by Andrea Kerzner, co-founder of non-profit Lalela and co-founder of Lekka Burger, a vegan burger restaurant in Tribeca. Ms. Kerzner bought the apartment from the sponsor for $18,033,027 in 2008 and had it renovated by acclaimed designer Jeffrey Beers. The buyer was not identified, nor were Ms. Kerzner's reasons for selling the apartment.
Nipping closely at its heels was the penthouse at 1010 Park Avenue, which was asking $34.955 million in a reduction from the offering plan price of $50 million. This was the last unit to sell in the building, which rose beside the landmarked Park Avenue Christian Church. CityRealty data shows that closings in the building have come in at asking price and at an average of $3,018 per square foot.

Around the corner from 1010 Park Avenue, The Bellemont put on a strong showing one week after its massive $66.5 million contract. Apartment 8, a full-floor five-bedroom unit, is in the top five contracts with an asking price of $19.05 million. It was closely trailed by unit #4/5, a corner five-bedroom duplex with 13-foot ceilings and an asking price of $16.95 million.
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The top downtown contract of the past week took place at Rose Hill, where #PHA entered contract with an asking price of $19.75 million. The three-bedroom, 3.5-bath home spans the 42nd and 43rd floors of the 45-story building with 4,394 interior square feet and 1,331 exterior square feet spread across three private terraces, all with dramatic, 360-degree skyline views. The contract comes a few weeks after Rose Hill illuminated the crown of the building, signifying the completion of construction, and less than a month after a $22.5 million contract was signed for a penthouse at the nearby Madison House.






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56-Leonard-Street-01 56 Leonard Street via Compass
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From the listing:
Set atop the iconic Herzog & de Meuron designed 56 Leonard, this trophy duplex encompasses 7,779 interior square feet and three exquisite terraces totaling 1,252 exterior square feet. From its unrivaled vantage point at the absolute top of the building, 360-degree vistas unfold at your feet and stretch across the harbor, Manhattan, Brooklyn and beyond. Towering 19-foot ceilings and soaring double-height windows accentuate the bright airiness of the home, while Appalachian white oak and premium stone pave the floors.

Arrive in this home via a secure key-locked elevator and discover a breathtaking great room that stretches an impressive 60 feet long. Grand dining and living areas boast exposures to the north, west and south, dazzling guests with epic sunsets and commanding panoramas. The gas fireplace provides a warm focal point while a spacious corner terrace invites stargazing and outdoor dining. The adjacent designer kitchen is anchored by a magnificent Absolute Black granite island reminiscent of a grand piano. Here, you’ll orchestrate memorable feasts with state-of-the-art appliances, including a double Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine cooler, Miele double oven, fully vented six-burner cooktop and two dishwashers, surrounded by distinctive satin-etched glass cabinetry.
4 Available Listings for Sale from $3.15M

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From the listing:
Rare opportunity to own a spectacular, one-of-a-kind, full-floor Penthouse in the heart of Tribeca, perched above the clouds on the 58th floor. Penthouse 58 is a stunning 5,489 square foot glass-wrapped home with soaring 14-foot ceilings, two terraces and unobstructed, panoramic views from river to river, as well as iconic New York City skyline views. No expense was spared in the meticulous renovation of the entire residence by Reber Design Architecture and Emma Donnersberg Interiors.

The elevator opens directly into a formal entry gallery, which leads to a breathtaking Great Room with two terraces and views of the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Williamsburg Bridges. The space features a washed oak and Roman travertine sculptural structure, which incorporates a concealed TV and a two-sided wood-burning fireplace, log storage, bench and entry console. With 745 feet of private outdoor space off of the Great Room, as well as off of the kitchen and library, the possibilities for indoor/outdoor living and entertaining are endless here!
4 Available Listings for Sale from $3.15M
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455-West-19th-Street-01 All images of ABI Chelsea via Douglas Elliman
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From the listing:
Penthouse One invites connection to the city through panoramic views of the Hudson River and skyline. Tall, minimalist windows span the southern facade for peak light exposure. They convert into a screen, which can be opened entirely, as can the sliding wall of windows to the north. This seamless transition aligns the indoor space with the ample outdoor lounge area, creating a sense of unity between the two and highlighting ABI Chelsea’s commitment to an integrated indoor and outdoor lifestyle. In addition, the Penthouse One rooftop garden and swimming pool, accessed by the private elevator, provide unobstructed access to the cityscape.

The kitchen is crafted by VIPP, a family-owned Danish design firm known for having pieces in the permanent collection of MoMA. Design features encompass refined minimalism and intelligent functionality, a seamless fit with the rest of the interior.
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217-West-57th-Street-01 All images of Central Park Tower via Extell
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From the listing:
This double corner three bedroom, three full and one-half bathroom home at Central Park Tower boasts a gracious and intelligent floor plan. Residence 35A features north, south and west exposures and breathtaking views of both the iconic Manhattan skyline and Hudson River from an elevation of 350 feet. Soaring ceiling heights of 107 and floor-to-ceiling glass spanning the entire residence allow for an abundance of natural light throughout the home. The formal entry foyer and gallery lead to an expansive great room featuring partial Central Park views. This luxury residence is designed for entertaining with a grand living room, large dining area and a gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry by Smallbone of Devizes and premium Miele appliances. The bedroom layout provides privacy and comfort with en-suite bathrooms as well as a separate powder room. The primary bedroom suite features an oversized walk-in closet and a luxurious marble-clad five-fixture bathroom.
16 Available Listings for Sale from $7.45M
3 Available Listings for Rent from $23,800/month

1100-Park-Avenue-01 1100 Park Avenue via Level Group Inc.
1 Available Listing for Sale for $5.4M

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15-Central-Park-West-01 All images of 15 Central Park West via Core Group NYC
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From the listing:
Never before has a property of this grandeur been offered at the prestigious 15 Central Park West. Introducing 9A, a one-of-a-kind home boasting all four exposures, this bespoke residence has been completely redesigned by Jeffrey Beers, offering the highest quality of design, scale and architecture.

Two years in the making, the space was transformed from the ground up with thoughtfully considered, dynamic elements that are complemented by a luxurious palette of materials expertly engineered, artfully crafted, and masterfully executed.

Upon entering, you are welcomed into this sun-drenched, four-bedroom home through a proper foyer which leads to the central gallery. Breathtaking southern and eastern exposures of Central Park are showcased in the generously-sized living room, dining room, library and kitchen. Large, custom floor-to-ceiling glass-panel and bronze sliding doors marry the dining and living room, creating an open yet versatile entertaining space.
9 Available Listings for Sale from $4.5M
4 Available Listings for Rent from $10,500/month
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1010-Park-Avenue-01 All images of 1010 Park Avenue via Extell
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From the listing:
Ideally located at the center of the Upper East Side's Gold Coast and just steps from Central Park and Museum Mile, 1010 Park Avenue is one of New York's most distinguished addresses. Award-winning architects Beyer Blinder Belle have capitalized on their ample experience working with iconic buildings to design an elegant hand-cut Indiana Limestone and Manhattan Schist facade that is both striking and perfectly contextual to the Park Avenue Historic Landmark District. The refined exterior is paired with gracious layouts and exquisite interiors by London based interior architect, David Collins Studio. This limited collection of eleven full-floor and duplex condominium residences is enhanced with three levels of signature social and leisure amenities.

67-69-East-93rd-Street-01 All images of 67-69 East 93rd Street via Compass
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From the listing:
Offered for sale for the first time together are two sophisticated and landmarked townhouses designed by the renowned architectural firm of Delano & Aldrich, and once owned by prominent businessmen George F. Baker, Jr. (who built the houses in 1929 and 1931) and later by DLJ co-founder, Richard H. Jenrette, the noted preservationist. Delano & Aldrich were the leading architects for New York's elite during the first three decades of the 20th century, including the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Astors, and Whitneys. Intact urban residences by the firm are exceedingly rare, many that survive having been converted to institutional use.

Perfectly preserved, with spectacular proportions and original architectural details, fixtures and fittings, the houses include a double-height five-car parking garage - one of the largest private residential garages in the city - a majestic garden-facing classical colonnade, and elegant interior details like a stunning round staircase and an oval dining room.

67 and 69 East 93rd Street capture the essence of a timeless era and a gracious urban lifestyle. This is the rarest opportunity to purchase an important part of New York City's architectural and social history - and yet, the houses together are as relevant and desirable to a twenty-first century buyer wanting the finest New York City residence, as they were to the original family that built them.

30-East-29th-Street-01 All images of Rose Hill via IMG - Interior Marketing Group
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From the listing:
Penthouse A is a 4,394-square-foot 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath residence with a study. This fantastic duplex home offers north, east, south, and west exposures, and an additional 1,331 square feet of outdoor entertaining space. Interiors boast rusticated hardwood floors, bronze-finished hardware, and soaring ceilings with a standard height of 13 feet and double-height ceilings in the living room. The kitchen with Miele appliances features custom ultra-matte, dark charcoal woodwork, metal-framed glass upper cabinetry, and Calacatta honed marble countertops. Anchored by a custom-designed vanity, the dramatic primary bath offers brass-finished fixtures and radiant heated floors in dark, veined marble. Ample closet space and washer/dryers complete this ideal home, which can be augmented with storage available at additional cost.
12 Available Listings for Sale from $2.1M

1165-Madison-Avenue-01 All images of The Bellemont via Compass
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From the listing:
A full floor unit with 6,094 square feet including 5 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms in the new Bellemont condo, a 12-unit, 14-story building designed by Robert A.M. Stern. Ceiling heights in the apartment are 13 feet tall. The corner living room has a special bay window with a Juliet balcony as well as a working fireplace. The eat-in kitchen has been designed by Achille Salvagni in collaboration with Smallbone of Devizes. The kitchen has soaring ceilings, 2 big windows, and double height cabinets with glass fronts softened with encased French linen. The kitchen has Miele appliances and features an island with a second sink as well as a large area for a table, banquette or play area as well as an enormous pantry. The bedroom wing is home to 4 bedrooms all facing west over Madison Avenue with generous closets and en suite baths. The primary bedroom suite has a Juliet balcony and bay window as well as substantial closets and 2 beautiful bathrooms.

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