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Over the past seven days, closed sales in Manhattan aggregated to $200.8 million with an average price of $1.859 million from 108 sales. This is down slightly from last week's total of $217.9 million.

The 53 condo sales totaled $137 million with an average price of $2.55 million, or $1,741 per square foot. The 54 co-op sales aggregated $62.9 million and averaged $1.16 million.
Once again, the Upper East Side performed well among top sales. Listings in two new condominiums were at the top of the list, and a home in a prestigious prewar cooperative was not far behind. However, listings further downtown - in Midtown in a Jean Nouvel-designed tower, and an ultra-private West Village boutique condominium - rounded out the top five. A full list of the week's top sales, which includes the first sale at 35 Hudson Yards, may be found below.
180-East-88th-Street-01 35 Hudson Yards (Related/Skidmore Owings and Merrill)
Meanwhile, nine contracts at $4 million and above were signed last week. Olshan Realty's market report points out that this is three more than last week; moreover, Philip Scheinfeld of Compass, listing broker for the week's top apartment contract (see below) notes that he is seeing a class of optimistic buyers that knows the city won't be in its current state forever, and is happy to snap up the trophy apartments listed by those fleeing the city. The total weekly asking price sales volume came to $68,855,000.

The top contract of the past week was a five-story Greenwich Village townhouse asking $18.25 million, reduced from $22.9 million when it was listed in September 2017. The contract price is the same one the seller paid to purchase the house from Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker in 2015, and the buyer reportedly visited the house at least four times before signing the contract.

The top apartment contract of the week takes place at 150 Charles Street, where a three-bedroom apartment asking $11.495 million entered contract. Information is not available on the buyer or seller, but Mr. Scheinfeld did note that all parties are very happy with the deal. The full-service building is in a prime West Village/Meatpacking District location, and past and present celebrity residents include Jon Bon Jovi, Ben Stiller, and Irina Shayk.

Top Sales
1. 155 East 79th Street, #6
$12,405,287 ($2,907 / ft2)

Carnegie Hill | Condo | 5 beds, 5.5 baths | 4,268 ft2
155-East-79th-Street-01 155 East 79th Street via Douglas Elliman

180-East-88th-Street-01 180 East 88th Street via DDG

3. 580 Park Avenue, #15DPH

Upper East Side Gold Coast | Co-op

2 listings from $3.465 million

53-West-53rd-Street-01 All images of 53W53 via The Corcoran Group
From the listing:
With interior design by New York-based architect, designer and artist Thierry Despont, Residence 32A is a 3,204-square-foot north- and east0facing three bedroom featuring high ceilings, gracious proportions, and the rich attention to detail of a bespoke privately commissioned home. Interior features include 4" wide plank solid American oak floors, fully customized kitchens and baths, and elegantly crafted furniture-grade walnut doors of over 9', with custom designed bronze hardware inspired by the tower's distinctive silhouette. The open kitchen features polished statuary marble countertops and backlit marble backsplash with custom back-painted glass cabinetry by Molteni. Kitchen appliances include a Miele low profile cooktop, oven, microwave, fully-incorporated dishwasher and vented range hood, and Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine refrigerator.

5. 95 Charles Street, #5
$6,950,000 ($2,317 / ft2)

West Village | Condo | 4 beds, 3.5 baths | 3,000 ft2

1 listing for $14.5 million
95-Charles-Street-01 95 Charles Street via CityRealty
From the listing:
Residence #5, one of only three condominium homes comprising the building, exudes elegance throughout two stories of impeccably-designed living space complemented by classic touches like rich wood floors, wood window trim and tasteful built-ins. A private keyed elevator brings to you both magnificent levels, starting with the massive floor-through main level featuring a dramatic stretching living room with a wood-burning fireplace, 10' airy ceilings, and an entire wall of sun-filled southern windows.

Down the hall sits a beautiful full bath, laundry, and bedroom wing beyond comprised of two large suites plus a third bedroom. The master is a lovely retreat with corner exposures, a private balcony, two big walk-in closets and an enormous bright en-suite bath. Ascend the sleek staircase or take the elevator to the upper level, where luxurious accommodations for entertaining continue.

Top Contracts
Greenwich Village | Townhouse | 6 beds, 7.5 baths | 7,000 ft2
20-East-10th-Street-01 All images of 20 East 10th Street via Coleman Real Estate Group
From the listing:
The most magnificant 25 foot wide Greenwich Village Gold Coast mansion offers unparalleled location, width, depth, light and height. Built in 1864, this perfectly placed mid-block tall and handsome home offers volumunous rooms with green terraces on the Parlor and Master Levels and a deep lush garden. The sale also includes AD architect Steven Harris plans to add an additional Penthouse Level with a roof terrace, elevator, and full or partial basement excavation to create an amenity level with wine room, full gym, treatment rooms, theater and pool if one desired.

West Village | Condo | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 2,957 ft2
150-Charles-Street-01 All images of 150 Charles Street via Compass
From the listing:
One-of-a-kind opportunity at the iconic 150 Charles Street to purchase a terraced three bedroom home with wraparound views of the Hudson River and city. #8AN is just under 3,000 square feet interior, enjoys a wraparound terrace, and has three grand en-suite bedrooms as well as a guest bathroom. Enter into the home to be greeted by the gracious feel, accentuated by floor-to-ceiling glass surrounding the home that is such a desirable characteristic of 150 Charles.An entry foyer with built-in storage leads down the hall to the grand living room with three exposures, including one onto the home's large private terrace. The eat-in kitchen is by Molteni, and includes chef's appliances by Miele, Wolf and Sub-Zero. The master bedroom faces north with city views and has a large walk-in closet, separate study/dressing area and five piece master bath by Lefroy Brooks. The two additional bedrooms have their own bathrooms and enjoy gracious size.The rarity of this home is the large wraparound terrace with views of the Hudson River, sunset, and Midtown Manhattan.
4 Available Listings from $5.5M

Carnegie Hill | Co-op | 5 beds, 4 baths | 5,000 ft2
From the listing:
The only C-line with a fifth Bedroom, this enormous south- and west-facing 14-room apartment is located in one of the best white glove cooperatives which offers a luxurious gym, golf simulator and accommodating and efficient staff. The 28' gallery opens on one end into an enormous living room with a wood-burning fireplace and a wonderful old bar room. Off the living room is a library and large fifth bedroom with bath.

The other end of the gallery opens into the 21' dining room. The remarkably large service area includes a large pantry, kitchen, four staff rooms, two baths and a staff dining room. Upstairs is a corner master bedroom and bath, plus three additional large bedrooms and two baths.
941-Park-Avenue-02 Floor plan via Compass

West Village | Condo | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 2,244 ft2
90-Morton-Street-01 All images of 90 Morton Street via Reuveni Real Estate
From the listing:
This three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom 2,244-square-foot home opens to a gracious entry foyer that flows seamlessly into the great room complete with vast blackened steel frame, double paned glass east facing windows. 10'7 ceilings are beamed and showcase the character and distinction of the buildings' original use as a printing house built in 1912.

The custom chef's kitchen features top-of- the- line Gaggenau appliances including a 36'' gas and vented cook-top, convection oven, speed oven, 36'' refrigerator/freezer with a walnut veneer, Sub-Zero wine cooler, additional under island refrigeration, pot filler faucet and dishwasher. Seamless Quartzite countertops and blackened steel cabinets with fluted glass panels add a touch of downtown flair to the open and dramatic kitchen.
6 Available Listings from $5.3M

Midtown East | Condo | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 3,356 ft2
959-First-Avenue-01 All images of The Sutton via Compass
From the listing:
An amazing opportunity to custom design your dream home. Come and collaborate with your architect and interior designer. Located on the 28th and 29th floors of the beautiful, brand-new and luxurious Sutton condominium, this duplex penthouse offers incredible panoramic views of the East River and Manhattan skyline including the iconic Empire State and Chrysler buildings.

This 3,356-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath residence features sprawling entertainment spaces and three different private terraces, totaling 1,459 square feet of outdoor space contributing to a fantastic flow of indoor/outdoor living from sunrise to sunset. Enjoy a private outdoor resistance pool which doubles as a hot tub during the colder months. Soaring 12' ceilings, massive UV glazed windows, and extensive wall space combine to create an unparalleled opportunity for art collectors.

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