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Central Park Tower, #114 - the past week's top sale (Extell Marketing Group) Central Park Tower, #114 - the past week's top sale (Extell Marketing Group)
Manhattan Sales:

  • For the week ending April 7, 2023, $510,851,892 worth of transactions across 217 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded
  • 118 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $372,389,974
  • Six condop sales came to an aggregate price of $7,641,499
  • 93 co-op sales came to an aggregate price of $129,610,696

Updated to include seller of 820 Fifth Avenue.

When Central Park Tower was still under construction, developer Extell projected a $4 billion sellout for the building. They have since adjusted expectations in the wake of homes that sold well below the asking price, but even discounted listings rack up high prices. For example, the full-floor, five-bedroom #114 was last week's highest with a closing price of $44,866,213. The Real Deal notes that this came in about $19 million below the last ask of $63.5 million, and that the sale took place months after the similarly reduced sale of #122.
Nevertheless, Central Park Tower had the top sale by a comfortable margin: The second-highest sale was Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon's penthouse at the Carhartt Mansion on the Upper East Side, which sold for $19,250,000 about six weeks after entering contract and nine years after it was first listed for $34,000,000. The Wall Street Journal announced the penthouse's sale and noted that Ms. Mellon paid $20 million for it in 2008. It also reported that in the four-bedroom home's primary suite, Ms. Mellon expanded the closet to accommodate her shoe collection.
The highest co-op sale and fifth-highest overall took place at 820 Fifth Avenue, a prewar building with a prime Upper East Side address and an impressive roster of previous residents: Governor Alfred E. Smith, William and Babe Paley, Gordon Getty, and Stavros Niarchos among them. Public records indicate that the latest to join their ranks is Mexican business executive Juan Guallardo Thurlow, and Crain's New York Business reports that he bought it from the estate of Lechters Housewares co-founder Donald Jonas.

217-West-57th-Street-01 Central Park Tower, #114 (Extell Marketing Group)
Billionaires Row condos
NYC supertalls
Midtown West condos
From the Listing:
Forever views of Central Park are yours in this exquisite full-floor condominium residence at Central Park Tower. This expansive north, south, east, and west-facing five-bedroom, five-and-one-half-bathroom residence boasts limitless views of Central Park, the Manhattan skyline, Hudson and East Rivers, and beyond from an elevation of nearly 1,300 feet. Over 11’ tall floor-to-ceiling windows provide for an abundance of light throughout.

A private foyer leads to a formal reception gallery, providing the perfect entry to the gracious Grand Salon featuring triple exposures. An oversized, gourmet eat-in-kitchen boasts corner views through floor-to-ceiling windows, custom cabinetry by Smallbone of Devizes, and premium Miele appliances. The Primary Suite encompasses the entire western wing of this residence and features a formal sitting room, oversized bathroom with dual features.
18 Available Listings for Sale from $6,500,000
1 Available Listing for Rent for $55,000/month

3-East-95th-Street-01 Carhart Mansion, #4 (The Corcoran Group)
Carnegie Hill condos
Upper East Side condos
NYC condos
From the Listing:
This duplex penthouse is one of only four exclusive residences within the mansion. The apartment’s lower level serves as your main space with living, dining, kitchen, bedrooms and terraces. The second level gives way to three additional large terraces and a great room that is perfect for entertaining, home office and a bonus rooftop terrace.

Entering the penthouse you are greeted by a wonderfully spacious foyer that is perfect for making a breathtaking impression with herringbone oak floors. The sunken living room which features 12’ ceilings and is flanked on both sides by outdoor space, a south facing terrace and a north facing loggia. The formal dining room leads into the eat-in chef’s kitchen which boasts Gaggenau, Wolf and Miele appliances and is finished with stone countertops and solid wood cabinets.

The primary suite on this floor is lined with south facing windows and includes a spacious dressing area and exquisitely finished private bath and wood burning fire place. The additional bedrooms complete this floor each one having their own private bath.

157-West-57th-Street-01 One57 (Extell Marketing Group)
Billionaires Row condos One57, #41D (Serhant LLC)
NYC supertalls
Midtown West condos
From the Listing:
This one-of-a-kind duplex condo graced with astounding views of Central Park and the New York City skyline, this 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home is a masterpiece of urban luxury and craftsmanship. The residence was styled by world-renown interior designer, Katherine Newman, and it sits within the ultra-luxury One57, a residential and hotel tower in the heart of Midtown Manhattan.

Beyond a spacious foyer and gallery adorned with several coat closets the home flows into an expansive, 43-foot-long great room. The space features floating stain grade ceiling panels and is surrounded by wall-to-wall floor-to-ceiling windows. It leads out onto a stunning 671-square-foot solarium and terrace that boasts a full-length stone bench as well as a stylish screen that minimizes the clutter of exposed ducts and pipes.

The eat-in kitchen is adjacent to the great room and is equipped with custom cabinetry from Smallbone of Devizes, a massive central island with integrated stools, sleek granite countertops, custom pendant lighting and cabinet pulls by Thomas Juul-Hansen, pull-out pantries, under-cabinet lighting, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances from Miele and Sub-Zero.
11 Available Listings for Sale from $3,295,000
8 Available Listings for Rent from $12,000/month

378-West-End-Avenue-01 378 West End Avenue, #4C (Compass)
West End Avenue condos
Upper West Side condos
NYC condos
From the Listing:
Residence 4C is one of the very special residences at 378 West End Avenue. With a gracious private entrance, accessed directly from the elevator, and views south, east and north in a floor-through layout, 4C is one of the largest 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom homes in the building. The gracious arrival gallery of residence 4C leads to a wonderfully proportioned, light filled Great Room in a corner location facing south, featuring floor to ceiling windows and a large balcony overlooking a landmarked church and row of townhouses.

The oversized kitchen is beautifully crafted by Christopher Peacock with Wolf appliances, hand painted millwork, and a custom designed vented hood. Recessed from the Great Room, it features pocket doors for either daily interactive moments or more formal entertainment occasions. The corner primary bedroom suite offers two separate walk-in closets of extraordinary sizes and a luxurious windowed marble bath with a freestanding soaking tub, oversized shower stall and double sink with customized vanity and medicine cabinets.
8 Available Listings for Sale from $5,975,000
1 Available Listing for Rent for $27,000/month

820-Fifth-Avenue-01 820 Fifth Avenue (CityRealty)
Fifth Avenue co-ops 820 Fifth Avenue, #2S (Sotheby's International Realty)
Upper East Side co-ops
NYC co-ops
From the Listing:
Within this palazzo-inspired limestone building, this superb residence wraps the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and East 63rd Street. Boasting gorgeously lush vistas over Central Park, as well as an abundance of light, soaring high ceilings throughout, and beautiful herringbone-patterned hardwood floors, this apartment is truly splendid. A semi-private elevator landing opens to a very impressive gallery, which accesses two marvelous entertainment rooms: an exceedingly pretty and light-filled corner living room with a wood-burning fireplace and a very handsome wood-paneled library with a an enclosed wet bar and an ensuite bath.

Both rooms have grandly-proportioned eight-over-eight windows, through which there are glorious outlooks to Central Park and the New York skyline. Three capacious walk-in closets are conveniently accessible from the gallery, as well as a gracefully curved staircase that descends to private access to the building’s lobby. Separated by a gracious hallway, there is a stately and well-proportioned corner dining room with a wood-burning fireplace and serene eastern and southern outlooks onto the pretty townhouses of tree-lined East 63rd Street.
1 Available Listing for Sale for $32,500,000

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