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The Woolworth Tower Residences via Sotheby's International Realty The Woolworth Tower Residences via Sotheby's International Realty
From February 14-21, a total of 147 sales were recorded in Manhattan at a total of $206,078,885 and a median price of $1,038,615. The 68 condo sales came to a median price of $1.59 million, or $1,311/ft2. The 78 co-op sales came in at a median of $754,500.

In the past week, Tribeca condos from all eras put on an impressive showing. A three-bedroom home in The Woolworth Tower Residences, a New York City Landmark and recent condo conversion, had the week's top sale at $6,950,000. It was followed closely behind by a four-bedroom at The Four Seasons Private Residences, a new building with Art Deco influences, that closed for $6,840,000; a listing at 101 Warren Street, a more contemporary building, rounded out the top three.
1045-Madison-Avenue-01 The Benson entrance via Hayes Davidson
From February 15-21, a total of 36 luxury contracts were signed in Manhattan with an aggregate price of $255,778,000. The past few weeks have been good ones for Manhattan contracts priced at $4 million and up, and Olshan Realty's market report confirms it: In the past three weeks, a total of 104 contracts have been signed above $4 million and come to a total of $851,247,999.

The Benson has been a strong performer for weeks, and reached the top contract again: The fifth-floor unit, a six-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath condo with a 366-foot private terrace, entered contract with an asking price of $13,450,000. The buyers were identified only as a Tribeca family moving uptown to be closer to the schools they hope their son will attend.

The second-highest contract was a tie at an asking price of $12,995,000: One listing was a three-bedroom condo at 10 Madison Square West with a private terrace that wound up in a bidding war at the last minute. The other was a 20-foot-wide townhouse at 40 East 67th Street that is in need of renovations and was originally listed at $19,250,000.



Top Sales
2-Park-Place-01 All images of The Woolworth Tower Residences via Sotheby's International Realty
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From the listing:
Perched 460 feet above street level, apartment 36A is designed for a lifestyle rich in scale, privacy and luxury. This sun-flooded three bedroom, three and a half bath home offers solid oak herringbone floors throughout, over 10' ceilings with open city and river views facing north, east and south, and approximately 3,282 square feet of living space. The floor plan offers ultimate flexibility including a corner 36-foot Great Room which can be opened to the third bedroom to create a 53-foot expanse lined by large terra-cotta adorned windows and ample wall space for your art collection. The kitchen has open Manhattan skyline views from two north-facing windows, custom Dada cabinetry by the Molteni Group, Dornbracht fixtures, Calacatta Caldia marble counters and backsplashes and a suite of Miele appliances. The corner primary suite boasts a windowed, walk-in dressing area and spacious bathroom outfitted with steam shower, free standing tub, double vanity, Calacatta Prima marble heated floors and slab walls all finished with Dornbracht Platinum fixtures and Nanz nickel hardware.
3 Available Listings from $5.65M

30-Park-Place-01 All images of The Four Seasons Private Residences via The Corcoran Group
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From the listing:
Positioned on the northwest corner with views of the Midtown skyline and the Hudson River, this residence features a corner living/dining room, and eat-in kitchen with separate family room and bay window. This layout offers a primary bedroom suite with four closets and a windowed primary bathroom.
10 Available Listings from $4.85M

3. 101 Warren Street, #3020 – $4,700,000 ($2,129 / ft2)

Tribeca | Condo | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 2,208 ft2
101-Warren-Street-01 All images of 101 Warren Street via The Corcoran Group
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From the listing:
Floor-to-ceiling windows invite you into a light-filled oasis in the sky, with sweeping north, south, and west exposures from the 30th floor. With exceptional views from every room and over 2,200 square feet of living space with Lapacho walnut flooring, this exquisite home offers you both luxurious high end living and your own serene escape from the city.

Upon entering the apartment, you are greeted with a generous gallery wall to feature your art collection before stepping into the oversized living, dining, and kitchen area perfectly suited for elegant entertaining while watching the sunsets. While preparing meals on the stone countertop in the Bulthaup chef’s kitchen expertly equipped with Sub-Zero refrigerator, Miele range, oven and dishwasher, you can watch the sailboats drift by in this picturesque pin drop quiet apartment. Extending from the living room is a cozy family room ideal for movie nights, or reading peacefully. Your private loggia offers the luxury of indoor and outdoor living. With entrances to the living area, primary bedroom, and secondary bedroom, it is perfectly suited for cocktails with friends in the evening or sipping a warm cup of coffee in the morning.
6 Available Listings from $1.9M

4. Beckford House, 301 East 81st Street, #9A – $4,430,000 ($2,094 / ft2)

Yorkville | Condo | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 2,116 ft2
301-East-81st-Street-01 Beckford House via Douglas Elliman
9 Available Listings from $2.8M

5. Time Warner Center, 25 Columbus Circle, #69F – $3,750,000 ($2,921 / ft2)

Central Park West | Condo | 2 beds, 2 baths | 1,284 ft2
25-Columbus-Circle-01 All images of Time Warner Center via Douglas Elliman
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From the listing:
Perched high on the 69th floor of 25 Columbus Circle, Residence 69F offers a wonderful split two-bedroom layout with two full bathrooms, 10' floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing dazzling western views of Manhattan and the Hudson River, as well as full access to a complete suite of five-star amenities and services.

The state-of-the-art kitchen features stainless steel Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, custom oak cabinetry, and honed statuary marble countertops and backsplash. The sumptuous primary bedroom boasts two walk-in closets as well as an en-suite five-fixture Carrera marble bath with a separate oversized bathtub and glass-enclosed shower, and a double vanity. Central HVAC and chevron (in the great room) and plank (in both bedrooms) hardwood floors throughout, as well as an in-unit washer / dryer and plentiful closets.
4 Available Listings from $4.2M

Top Contracts
1045-Madison-Avenue-01 All renderings of The Benson via Hayes Davidson
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From the listing:
This very elegant 6-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom condo features a terrace measuring 6-6' x 51-9' off three of the bedrooms. A living room, library/6th bedroom, formal dining room, and primary suite with a bay window face Madison Avenue. The unit is in The Benson, an elegant boutique residence designed by the award-winning architect Peter Pennoyer as his tribute to the architectural legacy of the Upper East Side. Perfectly located at 79th Street and Madison Avenue, just one block from Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Benson's facade is comprised of hand-carved, hand-laid Indiana limestone, distinctive mullioned windows, a series of gracious set-back terraces detailed with intricate ironwork to exemplify the buildings classic uptown character.

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10-West-24th-Street-02 Interiors via Douglas Elliman
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From the listing:
Dazzling 360-degree views provide a dramatic backdrop for this spectacular 2,527-square-foot 18th-floor aerie at 10 Madison Square West, one of New York's most desirable addresses. A glamorous 2,167-square-foot private terrace beckons as an enchanting escape, equally suited for grand scale entertaining or meditative moments. The expansive great room boasts cinematic views of the skyline and Madison Square Park, framed by floor-to-ceiling windows. The open chef's kitchen is fitted with custom millwork and professional grade appliances. The commodious primary bedroom suite includes a sumptuous, five-fixture en-suite bathroom, appointed with double sinks, radiant heated floors, a large soaking tub, and glass enclosed shower. Two generously proportioned additional bedrooms include en-suite bathrooms. The residence also features an in-unit washer/dryer, wide-plank oak floors, a powder room and 11' ceilings. With just one other apartment on the 18th floor, the sense of privacy and quietude is exceptional.
5 Available Listings from $4.5M

40-East-67th-Street-01 All images of 40 East 67th Street via Compass
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From the listing:
Superbly positioned moments from Central Park, this magnificent, 20-foot wide townhouse with an elevator is located between Park and Madison Avenues, in the most convenient and fashionable part of the Upper East Side. This elegant home is notable for its consistent ceiling heights, classically proportioned, well-scaled rooms and highly desirable location surrounded by mansions and high-end 24-hour doorman buildings.

40 East 67th Street is a light-infused home with northern exposures overlooking pristine mansions and a south-facing garden. With many original restored details, and 6 wood-burning fireplaces, this 4-bedroom, 3-full bath and 2-half-bath residence provides an opportunity for gracious living. A perfect synergy of 19th century charm with updated systems for a modern lifestyle.

A quaint entry setback yard presents two separate entrances: you may conveniently enter via the formal entrance or the service entrance that leads into the kitchen area. Two separate stairways offer a formal means to access all floors and a service stairway which connects the kitchen area to the parlor floor above.

324-West-80th-Street-01 All images of 324 West 80th Street via Douglas Elliman
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From the listing:
324 West 80th Street represents a rare opportunity to purchase a newly renovated 24-foot wide limestone elevator townhouse on one of the most beautiful residential blocks on the Upper West Side. Offering more than 8,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, No. 324 boasts a brand new eat-in chef's kitchen, a planted rooftop terrace with enclosed pavilion, a full floor master suite with 2 spa-like bathrooms, a sitting room and dressing room, home theatre with a 75" screen, as well as a gracious Parlor Floor with 11-foot ceilings and grand proportions for entertaining. Built in 1901 by noted architect, Clarence True, this six-story home features a stunning Elizabethan Renaissance Revival style bow-front facade with Roman brick and limestone trim and a ceramic tile pitched roof.

838-Fifth-Avenue-01 All images of 838 Fifth Avenue via Platinum Properties
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From the listing:
Sitting high above Central Park, this gracious 4,522-square-foot full-floor residence is located in one of Fifth Avenue's only and most coveted Condominium buildings. This sumptuous apartment's most alluring feature is its breathtaking 45' corner expanse overlooking Central Park with panoramic skyline views beyond. The apartment's layout is ideally designed for a first class lifestyle in an unparalleled location that affords privacy, security and access to the best features of Manhattan's most desirable neighborhood.

Upon entering through a private elevator landing, the apartment opens to a gracious gallery, which separates the entertaining, sleeping and the service wings of the apartment. The gallery dramatically opens up to one of the grandest Great Rooms found on Fifth Avenue, with a living and dining area, all enjoying breathtaking views over the treetops of Central Park. The Great Room is further enhanced by beautiful inlaid wood floors, coffered ceilings and a marble fronted wood burning fireplace. A custom wood-paneled library also enjoys sunlit park views and makes for an ideal cozy room to relax or as a home office. A large chef's eat-in kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances and casual dining space. A powder room and an oversized walk-in closet complete the entertaining wing of the apartment.

67-Vestry-Street-01 All renderings of 67 Vestry Street via VUW
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From the listing:
Five North is a gracious 3,256-square-foot half-floor loft residence featuring over 33 feet of Hudson River frontage. The home offers a corner living room with six oversized windows, four bedrooms, and three full baths plus one powder room. The last of Tribeca's historic waterfront properties, 67 Vestry has been exquisitely sculpted into 13 homes celebrating the freedom, simplicity and creativity at the heart of loft living. 67 Vestry captures the enduring spirit of creativity that continues to define life downtown. The lofts of 67 Vestry are a true rarity along the Hudson, each offering access to water and sky views.

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