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View looking uptown to Midtown from a high-floor Tribeca pad at 111 Murray Street (Elliamn) View looking uptown to Midtown from a high-floor Tribeca pad at 111 Murray Street (Elliamn)
Manhattan Sales:

  • For the week ending April 5, 2024, $369,581,086 worth of transactions across 193 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded
  • 82 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $232,135,415
  • Five condop sales came to an aggregate price of $9,415,000
  • 106 co-op sales came to an aggregate price of $127,676,671

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111 Murray Street
111 Murray Street Tribeca
27 Wooster Street
27 Wooster Street SoHo
142Flatiron, 142 West 19th Street
142Flatiron, 142 West 19th Street Chelsea
182 Franklin Street
182 Franklin Street Tribeca
The Minthorne House, 72 East 1st Street
The Minthorne House, 72 East 1st Street East Village
Nearly $370 million worth of closings were recorded in Manhattan for the week ending on April 5, 2024. Among them were a Cape Cod-style penthouse in the East Village which closed nearly $1 million under its last asking price, a custom Soho loft featured in Architectural Digest, and the penthouse crowning new development condo 142Flatiron. The highest-priced sales and a full chart of last week's sales may be found below.
200 Amsterdam Avenue's superlatives include tallest building in its Lincoln Center neighborhood, home to one of the Upper West Side's highest contracts of 2024 (it has since been unseated as the highest by an apartment at 50 West 66th Street), and most recently, home of the top sale for the first week of April 2024. Residence #43A closed for an even $20,000,000 for the highest-priced sale by a comfortable margin. Features include an open-plan living room, an eat-in kitchen with breakfast nook, a primary suite with double exposures and private wet bar, three secondary bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, and a large terrace facing Central Park.
200 Amsterdam notwithstanding, last week was a good time for Downtown Manhattan, where four of last week's top five sales took place. The second-highest was for the full-floor Residence #7A at 27 Wooster Street, which sold for $17,821,542. While slightly below the $18,950,000 asking price when it entered contract in February 2024, the seller, identified in public records only through a trust, nevertheless makes a profit, having bought it for $16,801,125 in March 2016.
Soho loft with original columns 47 Mercer Street, #2 (Compass)
27 Wooster Street is a relatively new development boutique condominium, but the lofts that shot Soho to prominence have not been forgotten: The week's fourth-highest sale was for the full second floor of factory-turned-condominium 47 Mercer Street, which closed for $11,500,000. Seller Wesley Vultaggio, co-owner/creative director of Arizona Beverages, teamed up with Studio MBM founder Maurizio Bianchi Mattioli on an update that made the most of original features like 16-foot ceilings and Corinthian-style columns. The result was featured in Architectural Digest in January 2023 but listed a few months later.

Mr. Vultaggio's next move was not available, but the Architectural Digest profile indicates that he and husband Michael McCarty are planning to have kids; the move may be in preparation for that. The buyer is identified as Soho Dojo Casa House, LLC in an apparent nod to the Barbie movie.
142 West 19th Street
In another Downtown coup, the penthouse at boutique condominium 142Flatiron closed for $3,200,000, coming in only $100K under ask and coming in less than five months after it hit the market. Buyer Flaco Owl LLC will enjoy direct elevator entry, a chef-caliber kitchen, excellent separation of living and sleeping quarters, and a private roof terrace. With this transaction, there is only one unit remaining on the market, a fourth-story floor-through residence asking $2,975,000.
Also of note last week, public records indicate that the Tribeca townhouse of acclaimed architect Thierry Despont sold for $14,499,900. 182 Franklin Street was built in 1915 as a store and loft building, and its tenants included two cheese shops. Decades later, Mr. Despont converted it to a single-family home with a full-floor Great Room, a full-floor primary suite with dressing room and sauna, and a first-floor art studio where he liked to paint and sculpt at the end of the day.

The townhouse was listed for $25 million in October 2021 and entered contract with a $19,500,000 asking price in January 2024, less than six months after Mr. Despont's death. It is not clear how much he paid for it in the mid-1990s.
182 Franklin Street 182 Franklin Street, #TH (Douglas Elliman)

72 East 1st Street The Minthorne House (Compass)

47 Mercer Street, cast iron Soho building 47 Mercer Street, #2 (Compass)
Living room with high ceilings
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Kitchen with eat-in island
Primary bath with steam shower
From the Listing:
With two luxe bedroom suites, a third smaller bedroom, and a media room/library, this is a grand and versatile home. Enormous eastern and western exposures let in incredible light, and 13-foot ceilings, punctuated by original Corinthian-style columns, allow it to shine throughout the home. The result is exquisitely SoHo: a historic loft, updated to the pinnacle of design, in a private cast iron building.

Enter through the private keyed elevator into the great room. The entire home was designed to display an incredible art and furniture collection. The centerpiece of this 48-foot-wide loft is an enormous and versatile space of over 1,500 square feet, with room for multiple sitting configurations, countless art pieces of every size, dining for 14, and entertaining for dozens. The home has 12 inch-wide French white oak floors, each plank 9- to 15-feet long.

111 Murray Street 111 Murray Street, #60E (Sotheby's International Realty)
Corner living room with skyline views
Open windowed kitchen
Midtown skyline views
From the Listing:
Bonne journée! This remarkable residence has been meticulously designed by world renowned French architect and designer, Thierry Despont. This apartment showcases tremendous open city and water views, and a world-class renovation for the ages. Perfectly positioned, you will delight in the awe-inspiring panoramic 360-degree views. As you enter the residence, you are welcomed by a private vestibule, marvelous lacquered wenge wood doors and framing, bronze fixtures, opulent gold leaf and copper walls and elegantly appointed herringbone floors. The expansive great room includes separate living and dining areas and is draped in glass, the dramatic views serve as the pièce de resistance of the residence.
11 Available Listings for Sale from $2,099,999
8 Available Listings for Rent from $8,250/month

27 Wooster Street 27 Wooster Street, #7A (Compass)
Corner living room
Windowed kitchen with center island
Private balcony
From the Listing:
This perfectly scaled four-bedroom, four-and-one-half-bathroom plus study custom-crafted apartment with a south-facing balcony is perched on a private high floor of an impeccable Soho modern classic condominium designed by esteemed architects, Kohn Pederson Fox Associates. The elevator doors open directly into the apartment where a gracious entry gallery leads you to a true Soho collector item: a 30' x 32" living room with three sides of light - to the North, East, and South - via floor-to-ceiling windows and French doors - truly a magical moment unlike any other. There are over 250ft of linear windows throughout this T-shaped apartment. The large adjoining kitchen with a pantry has been exquisitely appointed with Smallbone of Devizes cabinetry with Wolf, Miele, and Sub-Zero appliances.

200 Amsterdam Avenue entrance 200 Amsterdam Avenue, #43A (Serhant LLC)
Living room with fireplace
Open kitchen with center island
Private terrace with city views
From the Listing:
Welcome to this extraordinary 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom terrace residence spanning the entire 43rd floor of 200 Amsterdam, a neighborhood-defining residential icon crafted for the most discerning lifestyles at the nexus of Lincoln Center and Central Park. In addition to the grand 4,672 square feet of indoor space, there are 2 balconies totaling 266 square feet. A grand foyer with White Ice marble floors flows directly onto a huge park-facing terrace perfect for entertaining and enjoying spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Beyond the foyer is a striking open-plan living room, dining room, and kitchen. Natural light pours through floor-to-ceiling high performance windows with Low-E coating, accentuating French white oak floors, soaring ceilings, and a regal fireplace.
7 Available Listings for Sale from $3,100,000
2 Available Listings for Rent from $14,995/month

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