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(l-r) 432 Park Avenue, the San Remo, and 160 Leroy Street are among this week's top reported sales (l-r) 432 Park Avenue, the San Remo, and 160 Leroy Street are among this week's top reported sales
In Manhattan, new construction has given rise to a new set of status symbols. On Billionaires' Row, the Rafael Vinoly-designed 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential tower in the city and home to the two largest sales reported in the past week. In the West Village, the Herzog & de Meuron-designed 160 Leroy Street reported two sales in the top ten highest.

But the old guard has not been forgotten. Philanthropist Laurie Tisch bought a five-bedroom co-op in the San Remo, a prime example of Emery Roth's style, for $24 million. And in Rosario Candela's 834 Fifth Avenue, an apartment sold for $18.75 million. See the week's biggest buys below.

3 beds, 4.5 baths

3 beds, 4.5 baths

432-Park-Avenue-1 All images of 432 Park Avenue via Brown Harris Stevens
432-Park-Avenue-2 Kitchen
432-Park-Avenue-3 Master bath
Someone has grand ambitions for the 71st floor of 432 Park Avenue - an entity known as 432 Park Avenue 71AB LLC paid $63 million for #71B and #71A, possibly with the intent of combining them into one magnificent home high in a prominent Billionaires' Row supertall. Each apartment measures over 4,000 square feet and features soaring ceilings, 10' x 10' windows letting in light from triple exposures and panoramic city views.
10 Available Listings from $5.95M

5 beds, 5.5 baths

145-Central-Park-West-1 All images of The San Remo via Douglas Elliman
145-Central-Park-West-2 Dining room
145-Central-Park-West-3 Central Park and city views
As befits the former home of architect César Pelli, this 5,000-square-foot co-op offers amazing flow and a seamless merge of classic prewar beauty and modern convenience and luxury. The impressive Great Room, formal dining room, and excellently equipped chef's kitchen look out on Central Park views.
2 Available Listings from $4.495M

2 bedrooms, 4.5 baths

834-Fifth-Avenue-1 All images of 834 Fifth Avenue via Brown Harris Stevens
834-Fifth-Avenue-2 Library
834-Fifth-Avenue-3 Bedroom
834 Fifth Avenue, a prime example of Rosario Candela's prewar designs, has counted Elizabeth Arden, Rupert Murdoch, and Charles Schwab among its past residents. Following a recent sale, former GE CEO Jack Welch joins this lineup of impresarios. Shortly after listing his corner apartment at One Beacon Court, he snapped up a gorgeous fifth-floor apartment for 6.3% less than the asking price of $20 million. The beautifully proportioned apartment boasts soaring ceilings, spectacular Central Park and skyline views, gracious entertaining rooms, and an enormous master suite.
1 Available Listing for $76M

4 beds. 4.5 baths

160-Leroy-Street-1 All images of 160 Leroy Street via Douglas Elliman
160-Leroy-Street-2 Kitchen
160-Leroy-Street-3 Bedroom
An abundance of wall space in #8BN was designed to accommodate an art collection, but this dazzling apartment at 160 Leroy Street, a dramatic new addition to the downtown skyline, is a work of art in its own right. An open plan, soaring ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and gorgeous Hudson River views make for gracious living. The bedrooms are set apart from the entertaining areas, and the spacious master has an oversized dressing room and lavish en-suite bath.
6 Available Listings from $5.55M


6. Time Warner Center, 25 Columbus Circle — #67C — Sold May 24, 2018 for $10,250,000

7. 114 Liberty Street — #9 — Sold May 31, 2018 for $7,650,000

8. 160 Leroy Street — #8BS — Sold May 31, 2018 for $7,650,000

9. 130 East 62nd Street — #4/5C — Sold Jul 27, 2017 for $7,000,000

10. 207W79, 207 West 79th Street — #8A — Sold Aug 10, 2017 for $6,350,000

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