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220 Central Park South claimed the top four highest closings in November 2019, garnering over $200 million in sales (Rendering courtesy of Vornado Realty Trust) 220 Central Park South claimed the top four highest closings in November 2019, garnering over $200 million in sales (Rendering courtesy of Vornado Realty Trust)
For the month of November 2019, there were a total of 861 condo, condop, and co-op sales recorded in Manhattan totaling to $1,462,906,081 in residential transactions. The 353 condo sales amounted to $889,513,708 in transaction volume and came in at an average price of $2,519,869 or $1,687 per ft². The island's 492 co-op sales of the month came in at an average price of $1,108,406.

The top four closings recorded in November came from the already record-breaking 220 Central Park South. Other new development condos making strong showings include a 53rd-floor 4-bedroom at One57 (#5), two closings at 111 Murray Street (#8 and #22), an 80th-floor 3-bed at Fifteen Hudson Yards (#12) and a 62nd-floor three-bedroom at Extell's One Manhattan Square (#17). The biggest co-op sale came in from 1115 Fifth Avenue (#6), where a 4-bedroom sold for $9.5M within the stately Carnegie Hill J.E.R. Carpenter building overlooking Museum Mile and the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir.


1. 220 Central Park South, #49A – $64,149,750 ($9,733 / ft²)

5 beds, 6+ baths, 6,591 square feet
220_Central Park South apartments Rendering of 220 Central Park South courtesy of Vornado Realty Trust

2. 220 Central Park South, #46A – $59,567,625 ($9,038 / ft²)

5 beds, 6+ baths, 6,591 square feet
220 Central Park South views View from 220 Central Park South (Corcoran)

220 Central Park South Kitchen at 220 Central Park South (Corcoran)

220-Central-Park-South-05 Typical bath finish at 220 Central Park South (Corcoran)

One-57-01 One57, #43C (Extell Development Company)

6. 1115 Fifth Avenue, #6-B – $9,500,000 ($2,474 / ft²)

4 bed, 4 bath, 3,840 square feet
1115 Fifth Avenue 1115 Fifth Avenue, 6B (Corcoran)
21-East-90th-Street 21 East 90th Street floorpan (Brown Harris Stevens)

8. 111 Murray Street, #51W – $9,018,772 ($2,749 / ft²)

4 bed, 5.5 bath, 3,281 square feet
111 Murray Street 111 Murray Street interior (Douglas Elliman)

9. 90 Morton Street, #4A – $8,850,000 ($2,724 / ft²)

4 bed, 4.5 bath, 3,249 square feet
90 Morton Street 90 Morton Street

840 Park Avenue 840 Park Avenue, #1/2A (LREB)

11. The Belnord, #4A – $8,850,000 ($2,724 / ft²)

5 bed, 4 bath, 3,959 square feet
The Belnord (HFZ Capital)

15-Hudson-Yards-03 Fifteen Hudson Yards (Related Companies / Corcoran Sunshine)

Stella Tower Stella Tower (JDS Development Group)

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