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354 Broome Street #4C (Corcoran) 354 Broome Street #4C (Corcoran)
As of this writing, there are 4,406 condo listings for sale in Manhattan, and year-to-date, a little over 3,100 condos have closed in 2020. Based on closed sales prices, the 12 priciest Manhattan neighborhoods of the year include the usual mainstays, though there has been a few shakeups due to the pandemic and resulting tepid market. Furthermore, closings commencing in some large high-end condo building have shifted some areas up a few notches, though overall, the volume of condo sales on the island is substantially down (-39%) compared to years prior.

For example, the commencement of closings at The Park Loggia and Waterline Square was instrumental in rocketing some areas of the Upper West Side up. Naturally, continued strong sales at 220 Central Park South and 53W53 bumped Midtown West to the second-highest spot. And to the east, 180 East 88th Street and 27 East 79th Street helped keep Carnegie Hill in the running despite an overall drop in prices throughout the Upper East Side. The downtown neighborhoods of NoLita and the West Village have been the most restrictive towards new development and their rare new condo buildings that include 160 Leroy and 75 Kenmare commanded top-of-the market prices.

A full, sortable chart of condo sales data may be found below. Please be advised that all figures reflect data from the first three quarters of 2020, and are being compared year-over-year with the same time period in 2019.

#12. Flatiron/Union Square (↓ 2 spots Y-O-Y) | PPSF: $1,825 (17%%)

254-Park-Avenue-south-05 (via Douglas Elliman)
From the listing: Upon entering apartment 4R you are immediately impressed with the dramatic interior space. There are 14' ceilings, a wall of windows and a custom metal staircase leading to a loft bedroom with high ceilings and lots of closet space, The gourmet kitchen has a Bosch dishwasher and private Washer Dryer along with a Miele Gas Stove and a Liebherr Refrigerator with an ice maker. The stone bathroom has a large walk-in shower and Kohler Bath Fixtures. See floor plan and full details here.
254 Park Avenue SOuth

#11. Carnegie Hill (=)| PPSF: $1,832 (+6%)

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120-East-87th-Street-01 All images of Park Avenue Court via Douglas Elliman
From the listing: Residence R141 is a magnificent loft-like studio with amazing upside located steps away from the subway and Central Park. Recent top-of-the-line renovations and a flexible layout afford a residence that is as sophisticated as it is functional. The home's lofted area, anchored by brushed aluminum railings, provides a sleeping area and spacious work station with a built-in desk and shelving. See floor plan and full details here.

#10. Tribeca (↓5) | PPSF: $1,905 (-12%)

53-Murray-Street-01 All images of SW Tribeca Lofts via Douglas Elliman
From the listing: Tribeca triplex offers dramatic loft living and flexible layout with 3 bedrooms, 2 garden view guest rooms / home offices, and 4 full baths. This home includes an enormous Great Room, perfect for entertaining or relaxing by the wood burning fireplace. The open kitchen is Italian all the way with Boffi cabinetry and gracious dining overlooking the double-height (22') salon below. See floor plan and full details here.

#9 Soho (↓3) | PPSF: $1,932 (-12%)

70-Charlton-Street-01 All image of 70 Charlton via Extell
From the listing: Positioned within the newly rezoned Hudson Square, 70 Charlton is leading the way in the revitalization of the area which has evolved from industrial to residential. It contributes a new structure to the neighborhood while remaining authentic to the existing contextual architecture of the area. Nestled between Soho, Tribeca and the West Village, the West Soho/Hudson Square enclave offers a unique and convenient lifestyle. See floor plan and full details here.

#8 Riverside Drive (↑4) | PPSF: $2,050 (+15%)

251-West-98th-Street-01 All images of The Andrew via The Corcoran Group
From the listing: Upon entering the apartment, a long gallery foyer opens to a voluminous adjoining living and dining area, perfect for entertaining or enjoying peaceful time at home. Original period details including moldings, freshly refinished hardwood floors, a decorative fireplace, and 9’+ high ceilings lend charm and boundless character to the space. A north-facing primary exposure bestowing treetop views makes this one of the quietest units in the building. See floor plan and full details here.

#7. Lincoln Center (↑12) | PPSF: $2,199 (+29%)

Lincoln Square-004 Lincoln Square area (Corcoran)
43-West-61st-Street-05 The Sofia, #17H (Compass)
From the listing: This exceptional one-bedroom will captivate you with its high beamed ceilings and chic design. This ideally proportioned home strikes the perfect balance of comfort and space, featuring modern finishes and unobstructed northern exposure. The kitchen offers plenty of space for storage, prep, and cooking, equipped with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, abundant cabinetry, and granite countertops. Upgraded appliances include a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Viking range and oven, and Miele dishwasher. See floor plan and full details here.
43-West-61st-Street-006 (Compass)

#6. Noho (↓3) | PPSF: $2,201 (+3%)

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14-East-4th-Street-01 All images of The Silk Building via Compass
From the listing: No detail has been overlooked in this over-sized, 1,200-square-foot, designer-renovated duplex with convertible dining room. The main floor offers a massive open living room with separate dining area that can easily be converted back into a separate office or sleeping are beamed ceilings and over-sized windows with landmarked unobstructed views allowing for loads of natural sunlight. Additional features include a wood-burning fireplace and open chef's kitchen with island, stainless-steel appliances and vented hood. See floor plan and full details here.

#5. Greenwich Village (↑2) | PPSF: $2,262 (-9%)

NYC-Views-01 View from 31 Jane Street
175-West-12th-Street-01 All images of Century Towers via Warburg Realty
From the listing: Featuring sky-filled open eastern exposures from both the living room and master, this apartment at the crossroads of Greenwich Village and the West Village is perfect for both relaxing, working and entertaining. The over 26-foot-long living space naturally accommodates gracious living room and dining area. The spacious master bedroom easily accommodates a king bed and separate work area. There is an abundance of storage and through-wall air conditioning throughout the apartment. See floor plan and full details here.

#4. Park/Fifth Avenue to 79th Street (↓3) | PPSF: $2,318 (-23%)

130-East-63rd-Street-01 All images of 130 East 63rd Street via Compass
From the listing: This elegantly renovated oversized one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom home features breathtaking designer style, premium finishes and ample storage in a full-service Lenox Hill building just three blocks from Central Park. A full renovation last spring fills this home with a new configuration that includes refinished floors, new doors and hardware, updated wallpaper and paint, and designer lighting throughout. The unit has been lightly occupied since then, giving the entire space mint-condition, move-in-ready appeal. See full details here.

#3. Nolita/Little Italy (↑5) | PPSF: $2,427 (+27%)

354-Broome-Street-01 All images of 354 Broome Street via Compass
From the listing: Brand new to the market, this extraordinary 1,633-square-foot loft at 354 Broome Street is a unique and impressive duplex featuring 18' ceilings. This residence features a south-facing living room with amazing sunlight, spacious dining area, open kitchen with original tin ceilings and breakfast bar, and an additional seating area that could easily be converted to a home office. See full details here.

#2. Midtown West (↑2) | PPSF: $2,469 (+2%)

800-Tenth-Avenue-01 All images of Griffin Court via Brown Harris Stevens
From the listing: Apartment 6F at The Griffin Court is a bright and well-designed airy one-bedroom home or pied-a-terre on a quaint residential street in buzzing West Midtown- ready for you to fall in love. The generous living and dining area with high ceilings and lovely views blends fluidly with the streamlined Poggenpohl kitchen featuring quartz counters, dining bar, and top appliances including a vented Viking stove range, Bosch dishwasher and Kitchen Aid fridge. See floor plan and full details here.

#1. West Village (↑1) | 2020 PPSF: $2,609 (+11%)

West-Village-01 West Village via CityRealty
350-West-14th-Street-01 All images of 350 West 14th Street via Compass
From the listing: Residence 3E is a spacious alcove studio in excellent condition with a sun-drenched living space, high ceilings, exposed brick and three oversized and expansive windows overlooking the crossroads of the Meatpacking District and the West Village. The open concept kitchen is equipped with an expansive breakfast bar, perfect for entertaining and casual dining, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and an abundance of storage space. See floor plan and full details here.

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