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Central Park Tower, #84E, the past week's top sale (Extell Marketing Group) Central Park Tower, #84E, the past week's top sale (Extell Marketing Group)
Manhattan Sales:

  • For the week ending June 23, 2023, $371,232,778 worth of transactions across 216 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded
  • 105 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $246,446,934
  • Two condop sales came to an aggregate price of $2,675,000
  • 109 co-op sales came to an aggregate price of $122,110,844

For the first time since it was declared an official New York State and federal holiday starting in 2021, Juneteenth fell on a Monday in 2023. The shortened business week couldn't help impacting the residential real estate market, but a number of high-priced sales still took place during this time.

Shortly after Central Park Tower's #84E had Manhattan's top contract, the unit closed in the past week's top sale at $25,012,625, or 27% below the last asking price of $34,264,000. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home measures over 4,200 square feet and features triple exposures, a thoughtful layout, a well-appointed kitchen, and sweeping views. The buyer of this sponsor unit conducted the transaction through an LLC.
The top downtown sale and second-highest overall took place at Superior Ink, where #16C closed for $15,587,500 in what appears to be an off-market deal. As per the building's stacking plan, the unit measures one bedroom, three and a half baths, and 3,234 square feet. Both the buyer and seller of this unit conducted the transaction through LLCs, but the building has attracted the likes of fashion designer Marc Jacobs.
The highest co-op sale and third-highest overall took place at the J.E.R. Carpenter-designed 625 Park Avenue, where combination unit #5ACD closed for $14,200,000. Public records list a living trust linked to Arthur Hershaft, former president and CEO of label-making firm Paxar as the seller; the buyers are identified as entrepreneurs Robert and Karen Kelly.

Top Sales
217-West-57th-Street-01 Central Park Tower, #84E (Extell Marketing Group)
NYC supertalls
Billionaires Row condos
Midtown West condos
From the Listing:
This north, east, and south-facing 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 11'7". 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.
17 Available Listings for Sale from $6,995,000
2 Available Listings for Rent from $55,000/month

400-West-12th-Street-01 Superior Ink (The Corcoran Group)
3 Available Listings for Sale from $2,650,000

625-Park-Avenue-01 625 Park Avenue (CityRealty)

21-West-20th-Street-01 21W20 (Halstead Property)
3 Available Listings for Sale from $3,250,000
1 Available Listing for Rent for $11,000/month

200-Amsterdam-Avenue-01 200 Amsterdam, #38B (Brown Harris Stevens)
Lincoln Center condos
Upper West Side condos
NYC condos
From the Listing:
Accessed via a semi-private landing this 2,453-square-foot, three-bedroom, three and a half-bath condominium combines an elegant, modern plan with views of Central Park, the Upper West Side and the Hudson River. A gracious foyer and gallery leads to the stunning corner living and dining area with 10’ ceilings, and French White Oak floors in a arranged in a chevron pattern. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame forever views.

Innovative sliding glass panels allow for the option to have either an open or closed kitchen which also overlooks Central Park. Bespoke details include a stunning Calacatta marble island which provides abundant work space and storage. State of the art appliances include an integrated oak paneled Sub-Zero refrigerator, freezer and wine chiller, a 48” Wolf Dual Fuel Range and a Miele speed oven and warming drawer and two Miele dishwashers. Above the range, a striking slab of marble ingeniously conceals an externally vented hood, creating an ideal balance of beauty and function. Custom cabinetry is finished in rift White Oak with satin nickel hardware.

With exposures north and west, the primary bedroom and bath overlooks the historic neighborhood of the Upper West Side and the Hudson River. The bath’s cool palette epitomizes serenity and features a Calacatta Cielo feature wall, white marble and lacquer vanity with double sinks, Iceberg marble floor with radiant heating, a walk-in shower with marble bench and a deep soaking tub. The separate water closet contains a high efficiency Toto toilet.
19 Available Listings for Sale from $2,995,000

Notable Sales

Michael Fuchs — Sold for $2,300,000

130-East-12th-Street-01 First Village, #6A (Luxian International Realty LLC)
East Village condos
NYC condos
Downtown condos
In June 2021, former HBO CEO Michael Fuchs listed his custom penthouse at East Village condominium First Village, where he regularly hosted Oscar parties and political fundraisers. More recently, public records indicate that he has offloaded another unit he owned in the building.

From the Listing:
One-of-a-kind convertible 3-bedroom loft two blocks from Union Square in the hottest area of downtown NYC! Recently renovated by a fashion designer, this beauty features a brand new open kitchen with timeless white cabinets, hand-made terra cotta tile backsplash, stainless steel Bertazzoni professional stove, microwave, brand new dishwasher, refrigerator, and the coolest butcher block island with breakfast bar for those who love to enjoy every inch of their kitchen while entertaining. So many exciting, unique features, including light flooding into the entire apartment with this unique open layout with custom-made European soundproof tempered glass doors that allows this room to be multi-purpose as a bedroom, private suite, or office.

Jonathan Travis — Bought for $2,150,000

108-Leonard-Street-01 108 Leonard, #4K (Compass)
Tribeca lofts
Tribeca condos
NYC condos
In March 2023, Artnet ran a profile of commercial broker/art collector Jonathan Travis, who was instrumental in Tribeca's resurgent gallery scene. His love of the neighborhood extends to his personal real estate choices - public records identify him as the buyer of a loft at New York City Landmark 108 Leonard Street.

From the Listing:
This 944-square-foot 1-bedroom, 1.5-bath residence features unrivaled quality and composition. Upon arrival, the entry gallery, with dual closets, leads to an exceptional Great Room with dramatic windows. With 14-foot ceilings this particular residence is finished in the Ash palette and features wide plank grey oak flooring arranged in a chevron pattern. The open Scavolini kitchen has been custom designed by Jeffrey Beers International exclusively for 108 Leonard and features a waterfall island and Calacatta Vagli marble countertops and backsplash. Generously proportioned, the kitchen is outfitted with premium Miele appliances including a 4-burner gas cooktop with vented hood, convection oven, electric speed oven and wine refrigerator.

The primary suite boasts large windows, massive walk-in closet and a well-appointed en suite bathroom with high-honed Calacatta Mandria marble floors and walls. Fantini polished chrome fixtures are paired with a custom double vanity and oversized walk-in shower. A striking powder room with a sculptural Nero Marquina marble sink and black metal mirror with integrated lighting is thoughtfully situated off of the entry gallery. A utility closet that conceals a washer and dryer completes this singular offering.
12 Available Listings for Sale from $3,395,000
2 Available Listings for Rent from $8,900/month

Aurelie Claudel — Bought for $1,530,000

421-Hudson-Street-01 The Printing House, #502 (Compass)
West Village condos
West Village lofts
NYC condos
Earlier this spring, French model Aurelie Claudel sold her apartment in a Noho loft building. However, she did not move far - public records show that she bought a one-bedroom home at The Printing House, an industrial loft turned luxury condominium.

From the Listing:
As you enter this loft, you are greeted by sunlight that has made its way from the oversize floor-to-ceiling windows on the other ends of the space. At the same time, the loft maintains the building’s historic industrial feel. The main level of the duplex leads to a kitchen and eating area. An elegant living room is found at the far end of this loft with a double-height ceiling (15 feet high).

The entire second floor is dedicated to the suite, one of the largest comparative one-bedrooms. Morning light from the east floods the bedroom and living room. Through the residence’s 9-foot double-paned windows is a green park space, allowing unobstructed views of the West Village, Empire State Building, and buildings to the north.
3 Available Listings for Sale from $1,800,000
1 Available Listing for Rent for $14,500/month

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