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Top Sales This Week - 432 Park Avenue Tops The List Top Sales This Week - 432 Park Avenue Tops The List

The Row Still Reigns

In the recently-released CityRealty 100 report looking at sales over the past year, the high-profile "Billionaire's Row" standout 432 Park Avenue snagged the second most expensive condo spot, just bested by 15 Central Park West. The Rafael Viñoly-designed building did, however, have the two highest individual sales; this week's top ($38M) sale reflects the tall tower's enduring power. Find out what the week's biggest buys were, below.

4 beds, 6+ baths

What can you say about a penthouse on the 81st floor of the city's tallest residential tower? With 5,421 square feet and four bedrooms offering panoramic views of Manhattan, a corner master bedroom suite overlooking Central Park and across the Hudson, a private elevator landing and 10-foot-by-10-foot windows, we can't imagine ever wanting to leave home. This sky-mansion was, like most in the building, purchased by an anonymous buyer who paid $37,745,776 for the privilege.
432-park-avenue-unit-81b Sold, Aug 14, 2017; Listing Photos via Douglas Elliman
432-park-81b-living Living Area
432-park-81b-kitchen Kitchen

4 Bedrooms, 4.5 Bathrooms

Penthouse number 55 has been seeing a lot of the real estate market these days: The eight-figure pad in Tribeca's Herzog & DeMeuron-designed "Jenga Tower" sold for $21.8 million back in March and returned to the market for a beefed-up $28 million the next month. The four-bedroom, 5,186-square-foot home may not have gotten that ask, but for $26,500,000, we'd imagine the flipper was pleased.
56-leonard-ph55 Sold, Aug 04, 2017; Stribling
56-leonard-ph55-living Living Area
56-leonard-ph55-bath Bathroom

2 beds, 3.5 baths

432-park-43c Sold, Jul 28, 2017; Douglas Elliman
432-park-43C-dining Dining Area
432-park-43c-kitchen Kitchen
While it may not be on the 81st floor, this 3,575-square-foot, three-bedroom residence doesn't come up short with over 12-foot ceilings and 10-foot-by-10-foot windows offering three exposures with similar views of Central Park and the city skyline—for almost $10 million less than the higher floor.


4. 24 Gramercy Park South — #8N/9W — Sold Aug 10, 2017 for $12,873,555

5. Sixty East Eighty Sixth, 60 East 86th Street — #T/H — Sold Aug 03, 2017 for $12,450,000

6. Baccarat Hotel & Residences, 20 West 53rd Street — #18A — Sold Jul 31, 2017 for $12,250,000

7. 50 West, 50 West Street — #PH57A — Sold Jul 31, 2017 for $9,775,200

8. Madison Square Park Tower, 45 East 22nd Street — #47A — Sold, Aug 10, 2017 for $9,675,180

9. 120 East End Avenue — #10B — Sold Jul 27, 2017 for $8,600,000

10. Madison Square Park Tower, 45 East 22nd Street — #46B — Sold Aug 10, 2017 for $8,076,734

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