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Fifteen Hudson Yards was last week's big winner in terms of contract signings (Corcoran Group) Fifteen Hudson Yards was last week's big winner in terms of contract signings (Corcoran Group)
Last week marked a notable resurgence of Manhattan's superluxury market, with over 25 deals signed for properties that asked more than $4 million. Overall, a staggering $454 million in apartment and townhouse contracts were reported across 173 deals. These transactions encompassed some of the city's most coveted properties, including classic Tribeca lofts, Bilionaires' Row aeries, and elegant Park Avenue residences. However, the standout performer in terms of total sales value was Fifteen Hudson Yards, securing three deals valued at nearly $46 million if all sold at their respective asking prices.

Shifting gears, Forbes magazine recently unveiled its highly anticipated annual ranking of the Wealthiest Americans in 2023. Among the elite list of 400, a remarkable 62 individuals call New York City home. Topping the group is former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg, 81, with an estimated net worth of $96.3 billion. Other notable New York billionaires joining the ranks include Julia Koch, Stephen Schwarzman, Jim Simons, and Rupert Murdoch.

Below, find a curated list of last week's top ten real estate contracts, featuring many properties most sought after by our city's billionaires and multi-millionaires.

Fifteen Hudson Yards, #PH83B (Corcoran Group)

Fifteen Hudson Yards, #PH84B (Corcoran Group)

The Palacio, #7thFloor (Sothebys International Realty)

70 Vestry Street, #5A (CORE Group Marketing LLC)

90 Morton Street, #PH8A (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)
From the Listing: Meticulous in every detail, this newly renovated five-bedroom, four-and-one-half bathroom Tribeca loft is a luxurious sanctuary and entertainer’s dream in one. Featuring sophisticated designer finishes, original architectural details, shimmering river views and an enviable location, residence #3AB is one of the most exquisite New York City homes available today.

Inside the 4,000-square-foot showplace, soaring exposed beam ceilings boast three inches of soundproofing for an otherworldly sense of peace. Ten-inch bleached walnut floors run beneath exposed brick walls, while 15 oversized windows and glass doors capture light and views to the north, west, and south.

The Fischer Mills Building has no public availabilities.

111 West 57th Street, #26 (Corcoran Group)

Central Park Tower, #70W (Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group)

Fifteen Hudson Yards, #PH88B (Corcoran Group)

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