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Incredible new New York City listings include a full-floor home in Joseph Pulitzer's Upper East Side mansion Incredible new New York City listings include a full-floor home in Joseph Pulitzer's Upper East Side mansion
Last week, the Manhattan residential market saw more sale listings leave than entering, causing inventory to continue its downward slide. Today, there are 6,221 condo, co-op, condop, and townhouse listings being marketed on the island, down 34% from the 9,442 availabilies at this same point last year.
For the first full week of December 2021, 276 sale listings debuted on the island while 290 fell into contract. Furthermore, 314 closed deals were recorded by the city. As the city's prospects have greatly improved since last December, developers have unloaded higher-priced condo units on the market, and several sponsors have ratcheted up prices in hot neighborhoods.

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The Centennial, 455 West 43rd Street
The Centennial, 455 West 43rd Street Midtown West
The International Tailoring Company Building, 111 Fourth Avenue
The International Tailoring Company Building, 111 Fourth Avenue East Village
856 Washington Avenue
856 Washington Avenue Prospect Heights
The Cammeyer, 650 Sixth Avenue
The Cammeyer, 650 Sixth Avenue Chelsea
The Police Building, 240 Centre Street
The Police Building, 240 Centre Street NoLiTa/Little Italy
The median asking price for a Manhattan condo is up 20% year-over-year, jumping from $1.995M in December 2020 to $2.384M today. However, median co-op asking prices have been flat despite co-op inventory plummeting 36% Y-O-Y. Co-op prices are up marginally from $895K last December to $898K today.
Central Park Tower Extell penthouses Unit #123, last week's most expensive new listing, is one of the crowning residences of the 130-story Central Park Tower
The priciest unit to list this past week was a five-bedroom aerie encompassing the entire 123rd-story (not floor) of Central Park Tower. With its exclusive sky-high Central Park Club and breathtaking views in all directions, condos at Central Park Tower are a slight bargain compared to those offered next door at 220 Central Park South. Residence #123 spans more than 7,000 square feet, penciling out to $9,295 per square foot. For comparison, more than a dozen perches in 220 Central Park South have eclipsed the $10,000 a foot mark. The listing also provides new looks at the building's highly-crafted amenity spaces and apartment finishes.
476 Broadway Bethenny's listed SoHo apartment (Douglas Elliman)
Other noteworthy spreads to hit the market include Bethenny Frankel's SoHo loft at 476 Broadway. According to the New York Post, the former “Real Housewives of New York” star actively marketed the home in spring but delisted it after six months without any offers. Our records show Ms. Frankel purchased the home in January 2017 for $4.2 million, a steep 19% discount from its original asking price. The 4-bed, 4,000 square foot loft features a key-locked elevator entrance, 11-foot ceilings, and a customized walk-in closet, and a beauty room.
Another incredible offering to debut last week was a timeless three-bedroom co-op spanning the entire floor of The Pulitzer Mansion. Its Italian Renaissance-styled building was designed by Stanford White of McKim, Meade, and White and finished in 1903. As you'd assume, it was designed for Joseph Pulitzer, the famous publisher of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and then The New York World is known for his namesake prize that awards American achievements in newspaper, magazine, online journalism, literature, and musical composition. Pulitzer was also instrumental in raising funds for the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty and the founding of the School of Journalism at Columbia University.
The Italian-Renaissance-style Pulitzer Mansion. The limestone-clad, 4-story structure has a rusticated base with colonnaded upper floors. (Douglas Elliman)
White's design was largely based on the 17th-century Venetian palaces of Palazzo Pesaro and the Palazzo Rezzonico, both designed by Baldassare Longhena. The landmarked house is one city's few surviving grand Gilded Age mansions, as many other massive homes were replaced by apartment houses. Pulitzer died after living in the mansion for only eight years. In the 1930s, the home was leased to leading real estate developer Henry Mandel with plans to replace it with an apartment building. Thanks to the Great Depression, the building was converted into apartments that would retain the façade and many of its lavish interiors. After other development prospects for the site fell through, the building was converted into a co-op in 1952.
According to the listing, Residence #3AC is the largest and only full-floor apartment in the building and features "fifteen-foot ceilings, magical views & light, stunning decor & exquisite architectural details throughout." Find these exceptional homes and many more of my picks from last week below.
Pullitzer Mansion NYC A secondary bedroom in the Pulitzer Mansion's #3AC

High-ceilinged artist loft in the Village
111 fourth Avenue
East Village condos
From the Listing: 8K is a renovated North facing artist loft that provides amazing natural light throughout the day and is incredibly quiet. Configured with a lofted bedroom that is enclosed with glass (Please see alternative floor plan for potential to make loft space larger, set back and with additional closet space). The loft boasts 2 original oversized, North facing 1010 factory casement windows. The 13'+ concrete beam ceiling is paired with concrete floors currently covered in wood. See floor plan and full details here.

A mint-condition studio that bears no shame
From the Listing: Envisioned by innovative Dutch design team Concrete, 547 West 47th Street takes inspiration from classic New York City factory lofts with open layouts, natural oak flooring, high ceilings and oversized windows. Residence 303 is a perfectly designed 469 sq. ft. studio residence with a North exposure that looks out onto a lush landscaped viewing garden, creating an unexpected and transportive experience in the heart of Hell's Kitchen.

All homes at 547 West 47th Street are completed with conveniences such as an in-residence washer and dryer, central air conditioning, private storage included and motorized roller shades at windows, making these homes perfect urban oases.
See floor plan and full details here.

A Prospect Heights pad with personality
From the Listing: At the heart of Prospect Heights, just a couple blocks from Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum, you'll find 375 Lincoln Place, Apt 3I a beautifully renovated, 2 bedroom pre-war co-op in a doorman, elevator building, with central AC. See floor plan and full details here.

Double-height domicile in Hell's Kitchen
From the Listing: Triple-mint two-bedroom 1.5 bath duplex! Newly renovated and interior design styled! This stunning home was featured in The New York Times for its exquisite design and attention to every detail - does not fit a cookie-cutter. Classic charm blended with a modern touch creates an air of luxury. The main level features 5 oversized south-facing windows flooding the 16' ft ceiling living area. See floor plan and full details here.

A charmed Corinthian life above Whole Foods Chelsea
From the Listing: At nearly 1,000 sq. ft. with nearly 11 ft. soaring ceilings, this rarely available and versatile Z-line offers nearly unlimited potential to craft the perfect living space for your needs, whether that's a practical 2 BR layout, a lofted bedroom with dining room, or a productive configuration with dual home offices. Or, simply leave it in its current configuration with a grand open space perfect for comfortable living and stylish entertaining, and a king-size bedroom with an array of storage options. See floor plan and full details here.

Cookie-cutter no more with windows on Washington Market Park
From the Listing: Apartment 2P is a beautiful loft-like apartment that features 11-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling oversized windows with custom window treatments, and two exposures. The Northern exposure has a beautiful unobstructed treetop, sky, and water view overlooking Washington Market Park. See floor plan and full details here.

The Williamsburg of our imaginations
From the Listing: Just when you thought that there were no original loft spaces left in New York, you then found 330 Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg. The Esquire Building is unique among condominiums in Williamsburg: a former shoe polish factory that in 2002 was one of the first loft conversions in the area.

Apartment 5A is currently configured as a sprawling 1 bedroom duplex, but at 1,066SF this sun-drenched loft space has endless potential. Tastefully renovated to retain its original character, with an open kitchen, home office, huge walk-in closet, the new owner can keep the space as is, or easily add a second bedroom and or bathroom upstairs. With South-facing oversized windows overlooking the Williamsburg bridge, and 4 private balconies, a new owner will be lucky to call this incredible place their home.
See floor plan and full details here.

Pre-war never gets old
From the Listing: Sunlight pours into this gorgeous corner home with enormous, classic six-over-six windows overlooking the treetops along West End Avenue and West 90th Street. Beautifully renovated with new 4-inch plank white oak floors, move right into this bright and airy oasis, both grand and charming, with high beamed ceilings, meticulously restored prewar details and modern finishes as well as planting balconies throughout. See floor plan and full details here.

Sophisticated space near the incredible Brooklyn Museum
From the Listing: Surrounded by cultural landmarks, lush green space, and exquisite architecture, 856 Washington paves the way forward matching the allure of modern convenience with celebrated remnants of a rich historical past. Apartment 6A is a sprawling 1516sf square feet 3 bedroom with 2.5 Baths exquisitely designed to meet the highest of expectations. The apartment boasts oversized floor to ceiling windows, 10'6' ceilings and wide plank white oak wood flooring. See floor plan and full details here.

"...but give me Park Avenue."
891 Park Avenue
From the Listing: Park Avenue perfection in your very own full floor two bedroom convertible three. As you exit the elevator to your private landing it's difficult not to be enamored by the charm of the building. A grand foyer leads you into the Park Avenue facing living room with a wood-burning fireplace and sun-drenched tree lined windows. Beautiful oak herringbone floors run throughout, and beamed ceilings are just the perfect pre-war touch. Conveniently located in this great room is your dining room which also allows for a wonderful Park Avenue view. The large room can easily accommodate a table for 12. See floor plan and full details here.

The Williamsburg show-offs
From the Listing: A lush cherry blossom outdoor oasis awaits in the new center of Williamsburg at 56 South 3rd Street, a 6 unit boutique condominium community located in the highly sought after South Williamsburg Waterfront District. One block to the new award-winning 5 acre riverfront Domino Park. Come be a part of this top NYC neighborhood. Incredible paradise-like home with space for all to live, entertain, grow and enjoy. 1,403 square feet of interior living space and a 30-foot living room! There is an additional 746 square feet of private outdoor space See floor plan and full details here.

If these walls could would be incredibly loud.
From the Listing: Live in this wonderful authentic artist and collector's loft on West Broadway in the heart of prime Soho. Enjoy charming 11 foot exposed wood-beamed ceilings, 2 bathrooms, master bath has a 2 person whirlpool tub. The kitchen is equipped with stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher, and a washer/dryer. The two spacious bedrooms have ample closets and overhead storage. There is central A/C in the apartment. The automatic secure key locked elevator opens directly into the loft. The coop owns the store under the loft that brings income to the coop to defray expenses. Pets are welcome. See floor plan and full details here.

A backyard with foliage to fawn over
From the Listing: Residence 1 offers 2,634 interior square feet, comprised of three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and one-half bathroom, not including its stunningly oversized backyard supplying an additional 1,733 square feet of serene outdoor living.

Enter the home to your uniquely expansive, nearly 30-foot main room, rarely found in Brooklyn, which seamlessly blends itself into the massive backyard, accessed by floor-to-ceiling doors, the true epitome of indoor-outdoor living.
See floor plan and full details here.

Brighten your life at home
From the Listing: Spanning almost 1750 square feet with soaring 10.5-foot ceilings, this pre-war condominium loft in the heart of Tribeca features 2-bedrooms PLUS a home office/guest room that can easily be used as a 3rd bedroom, 2-bathrooms, a full-size laundry room, an open kitchen, a large living and dining room and incredible closet space throughout! Every inch of the home has been thoughtfully designed to maximize space and provide for comfortable living, while maintaining the original details from the 1900s. See floor plan and full details here.
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Teddy Roosevelt's Old Haunt
(Not Teddy Roosevelt)
From the Listing: Chic, stylish and sophisticated DUPLEX in the Police Building! This majestic 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath home is simply SPECTACULAR. The double-height 16ft ceiling is sensational. The loft-style home glistens in sunlight from 10ft eastern-facing windows. This exceptionally spacious home enjoys an elegant European ambiance with classic finishings, radiant Venetian plaster, and a modern attitude. See floor plan and full details here.

Joy-inducing joists
From the Listing: Charming and unique! Come home to this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom duplex loft on the quintessential Soho block. Boasting 10- 14 ft ceilings and almost 2,000 SQ FT, this home instantly stands out as a trophy property. With 5 south-facing oversized windows enjoy light streaming in all day. The open chef's kitchen is fully equipped with all best in class appliances. The spacious living room allows space for ample seating and a proper dining area. Downstairs also features a full bathroom, tons of closet space, and a washer/dryer. See floor plan and full details here.

The Sweetest Frame
From the Listing: Modern loft living. One-of-a-kind floor through with beautiful park views. Perfectly placed on sought-after Forsyth Street, this 2,300 SF two-bedroom, two-bathroom is located in a pre-war elevator co-op with low monthly carrying costs at the crossroads of Nolita, Chinatown, and the Lower East Side. The impressive living/dining room features a bespoke, panoramic ’Sky Frame’ floor-to-ceiling sliding window, imported from Switzerland, encapsulating an unparalleled treetop view of Sara D. See floor plan and full details here.

Wall Street with taste and flavor
From the Listing: Welcome to this rarely-available, high-floor 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom corner unit at 15 Broad Street. On the coveted 10-line, this sophisticated, recently updated home boasts over 2,200 square feet of beautifully decorated space. The open northern and western exposures give lovely, sun-drenched light to the home, as well as amazing, unobstructed views of the city. Greet your guests in the entry foyer and gallery, which leads to a new European chef's kitchen with a 5-burner Wolf cooktop and oven. The corner living/dining room is over 26' by 25' feet of entertaining space wrapped by oversized windows overlooking the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall. See floor plan and full details here.

A fine-ass kitchen
456-Broome Street
From the Listing: 456 Broome Street, #2 Soho, New York A rare, unrivaled living experience awaits at this quintessential luxury loft, idyllically located in the heart of vibrant SoHo. Residence 2 at 456 Broome Street takes loft luxury to new heights, offering exquisitely-designed modern interiors enriched by distinctive classic architectural details. A keyed elevator with a private entrance opens to your own breathtaking light-bathed full-floor marked by soaring 14' ceilings, huge windows on double exposures, wide-plank wood floors, beautiful brick and wood walls, and refined finishes at every turn. See floor plan and full details here.

A dancer's showplace
From the Listing: LIGHT VIEWS SPACE and CHARM at the intersection of Flatiron, Greenwich Village, and Chelsea, this expansive space has North, South, East, and West exposures. Formally the May O'Donnell Concert Dance Company this classic, one-of-a-kind, MINT condition high floor LOFT retains its charming historic details throughout from the original ballet barres to the exposed brick walls and beautiful hardwood floors, all meticulously maintained. Direct elevator access opens onto a sunlit formal living space with an alcove home office and views of The Church of St. Francis of Xavier. Currently configured as a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom with a formal living room plus a large den / family game room, the layout easily lends itself to accommodate a third bedroom and is customizable to suit your needs. See floor plan and full details here.

An inspiring one-of-a-kind penthouse
From the Listing: Featured in Architectural Digest, this penthouse apartment is a haven of beaming sunlight with it's sloping double-height wall of glass, capturing the breathtaking historic skyscrapers around Madison Square Park. See floor plan and full details here.

A Ladies' Mile Lookout
From the Listing: Stunning renovated 3 bed 3 bath Penthouse with immense private outdoors, unbelievable privacy, huge storage, and totally separate home office at The Cammeyer, features everything you could ever dream of in a full service pre-war meets modern condominium, completely ready to move right in.

This haven comes with 2 huge private storage rooms, plus its own separate writing office, artist studio or Zoom-room fully independent of the residence, surrounded by plantings and greenery for that extra special connection with nature in the heart of prime Flatiron, with 2,134 +- SF of newly renovated interior, and 2000 +- sf of private landscaped outdoor space.
See floor plan and full details here.

A most calming Brooklyn Heights carriage house (with parking)
From the Listing: This impeccably renovated, 31 foot wide Brooklyn Heights carriage house condominium very well may satisfy all of your wants and needs. Complete with its own spacious private garage, this home is an extraordinary blend of drama and comfort and offers the ultimate in privacy and security.

The living areas of the home are oversized with soaring ceilings and overlook a bucolic garden through a floor-to-ceiling window wall. The renovation was recently completed and undertaken with impeccable attention to detail coupled with a desire to maximize functionality. This house has tons of space to spread out but is spread across only 3 floors, plus a roof deck, eliminating much of the verticality of townhouse living.
See floor plan and full details here.

Bethenny's Breathing Space
From the Listing: Fully reimagined full floor designer loft is now available at 476 Broadway in SoHo! Loft 4 is a stunning 4,000 square foot home with no details overlooked. Upon exiting from the key-locked elevator is a gracious entry foyer that leads to the open kitchen and the massive great room.

The sleek kitchen features a suite of integrated stainless steel appliances with lacquered cabinetry anchored by a central island with book-matched waterfall marble countertop that comfortably seats six. Adjacent to the kitchen and open dining area is the formal living area equipped with a custom marble and stone clad bar - perfect for entertaining. The great room is further elevated with its 11-foot ceilings and oversized windows that truly define a SoHo loft.
See floor plan and full details here.

The Tribeca dream
From the Listing: Welcome to 28 Laight Street, #6AB, an incredible trophy of a home located in The Cobblestone Lofts in Tribeca. A dramatic and inspiring space, this pre-war corner loft boasts a sprawling 5,462sf layout and 10'2' ceilings - truly unlike anything else on the market. Huge casement windows, exposed beams, and brick throughout create the quintessential ambiance of Tribeca elegance.

Enter the exquisitely-detailed home through a grand entry foyer and gallery, leading to colossal wood-beamed entertaining spaces, a windowed eat-in Kitchen, and dual exposures with open city views to the east towards Soho and south towards the Freedom Tower. The truly great room is aptly named with a formal living room, a gas fireplace, and an elegant dining area. A spacious media room features a second gas fireplace and is an ideal space for relaxing, rejuvenation, movies, entertaining, and more. This massive four bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home truly feels like a house and comes with a private deeded parking spot in the building - a very rare and coveted luxury. A separate wing hosts three bedrooms and a den/home office, offering privacy from the rest of the home. The primary bedroom features a large walk-in-closet, 5-fixture en-suite bathroom, and gorgeous open southern exposure. At the other end of the wing, two secondary bedrooms and a den/home office are located. The fourth dual-entrance bedroom includes an en-suite bathroom and northern exposures.
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The perfect terrace. The worst lamp
From the Listing: Welcome to the very first offering of 77 Reade Streets Premier residence, a boutique condominium in the heart of Tribeca. This penthouse showcases true floorplan perfection, a result of an intelligently and well thought out combination of two penthouse units. You will find no shortage of storage, and ALL bedrooms are of ample size, simply not seen in today's new developments. See floor plan and full details here.

Prize-winning full-floor in a Gilded Age mansion
From the Listing: Comprising the entire third floor of the legendary Pulitzer Mansion, this full-floor aerie is meticulously maintained, impeccably designed, and is one of New York City's true treasures. One of only a handful of remaining gilded age mansions, 11 East 73rd Street was designed by Stanford White in the Italian Renaissance style and completed in 1903 and converted to cooperative residential use in 1952.

The sprawling 2-3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom, residence is the largest and only full floor apartment in the building and features fifteen foot ceilings, magical views & light, stunning decor & exquisite architectural details throughout including multiple arched French doors opening to impressive balustraded balconies, a large & enchanting private North-facing terrace accessed via the primary bedroom, and commanding, well-proportioned rooms including a South-facing living room and library with wood burning fireplaces; two divine corner bedrooms with sumptuous marble baths; and a North-facing primary kitchen w/ chic dining area, plus extra service kitchen. This once-in-a-generation offering is exceptional in every way. No financing is permitted. Pets and pied a terres allowed.
See floor plan and full details here.

For the beyond-wealthy
From the Listing: Three-bedroom with prime park exposures at Central Park Tower. This north-facing, three-bedroom, three and one-half bathroom residence boasts Central Park views from the Living/Dining Room. The formal entry foyer and gallery are fitting for this classic layout featuring ceiling heights of approximately 10-7. Floor-to-ceiling glass spans the perimeter of the entire residence, filling this home with light. The layout is perfect for entertaining and provides privacy and comfort with en-suite bathrooms as well as a separate powder room for guests. Crafted by renowned Smallbone of Devizes, the gourmet kitchen includes premium Miele appliances. See floor plan and full details here.

America needs more West Village
From the Listing: Located on idyllic King St in the Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District, this grand 23-ft, 6-in wide townhouse built in the early 1800s has undergone a ground up, new structural (walls, ceilings & floors), multi-year renovation, complete modernization and restoration.

The federal-style townhouse is comprised of 5 stories serviced by an elevator, as well as 4 separate outdoor spaces, including a bucolic fully landscaped and auto-irrigated multi-tiered rear garden. The townhouse enjoys a restored facade along with new ironwork, rebuilt cornice and front entry doors, and new Marvin and Optimum Steel Windows throughout.
See floor plan and full details here.

Congratulations. You've won at life!
From the Listing: This exceptional condominium residence occupies the entire 33rd floor of the world-renowned Ritz Carlton on Central Park South, between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue. The stunning high-floor residence encompasses 4,600 square feet with 10 foot ceilings, and has panoramic views of Central Park and the Manhattan Skyline. Light streams in throughout the day through oversized picture windows spanning all four exposures.

A private elevator landing opens onto a vestibule and elegant foyer, which leads to an enormous and impressive 25' x 23' living room with both north and south exposures, and capturing breathtaking views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. Designed by Michael S. Smith, the living room is finished with hand-hammered German silver floors and Venetian plaster walls. To the east of the living room is an elegant wood-paneled library that also commands sweeping views over Central Park.
See floor plan and full details here.

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