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Deutsche Bank Center, #69C, one of the condos that tied for the top sale (Core Group NYC) Deutsche Bank Center, #69C, one of the condos that tied for the top sale (Core Group NYC)
Manhattan Sales:

  • For the week ending May 5, 2023, $311,506,866 worth of transactions across 180 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded
  • 91 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $201,894,126
  • Five condop sales came to an aggregate price of $6,050,000
  • 84 co-op sales came to an aggregate price of $103,526,740

In the first week of May 2023, two Midtown West apartments tied for the top sale at $9,250,000. One of them took place at 111 West 57th Street; while the tower portion is the world's skinniest skyscraper, Apartment #12N is a Landmark residence in the iconic, refurbished Steinway Hall component. This three-bedroom home's expansive floor plate is reminiscent of prewar residences, but comes outfitted with state-of-the-art appliances and high-end finishes.

111 West 57th Street is a somewhat recent addition to the Manhattan skyline, but the apartments in the two-towered Deutsche Bank Center have not lost their luster; Residence #69C, another three-bedroom home, tied for the top spot. The price reflects a small reduction from when it entered contract in March 2023.
The top co-op sale and second-highest price overall took place at 112 East 74th Street, where the four-bedroom Penthouse #9S closed for $8,600,000. Public records listed the seller as Dr. Stuart Mogul, a prominent podiatrist and surgeon.

Top Sales
111-West-57th-Street-01 111 West 57th Street, #12N (The Corcoran Group)
Billionaires' Row condos
NYC supertalls
Midtown West condos
From the Listing:
Move right in to Landmark Residence 12N at 111 West 57th Street, which provides an unparalleled opportunity for one who enjoys modern conveniences within grand spaces reminiscent of the pre-war era. This residence offers three bedrooms, and three and a half bathrooms within 3,535 square feet of interior space, and a gracious 817-square-foot terrace. An elegant, windowed entry foyer offers white macauba stone floors, and leads into a grand living room with custom smoke gray oak floors in a parquet pattern, fireplace, and a wet bar. The living room is situated next to a spacious formal dining room offering ample room for entertaining with the adjacent terrace. The separate kitchen is finished with Cristallo Gold quartzite countertops and backsplash, custom hand-crafted cabinetry, and a full suite of Gaggenau appliances. A stunning powder room finished in jewel onyx is located in the entry gallery.

The corner primary bedroom offers terrace access and is outfitted with a large dressing room and a bathroom clad in Italian white Venato marble and free-standing copper soaking tub handcrafted by William Holland and custom bronze fixtures by P.E. Guerin. The second and third bedrooms feature thoughtfully designed en-suite bathrooms.
9 Available Listings for Sale from $6,995,000
1 Available Listing for Rent for $75,000/month

25-Columbus-Circle-01 Deutsche Bank Center (CityRealty)
Columbus Circle condos Deutsche Bank Center, #69C (Core Group NYC)
Central Park West condos
NYC condos
From the Listing:
Residence 69C at the coveted Deutsche Bank Center has unobstructed panoramic views of Central Park to the east, the East River to the north, and breathtaking southern exposures of Hudson Yards, the World Trade Center, and the Statue of Liberty. The spacious foyer grants entry to the gallery and flows directly into the grand scale 20’ x 27’ northeast great room with soaring 10-foot ceilings. Flanked by five oversized floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Central Park and the East River, the opportunities to live and dine are endless.

The chef’s kitchen has Miele and Sub-Zero appliances and is outfitted with Statuario marble countertops and backsplash, and Varenna cabinetry. Perched above Central Park, the 27-foot corner primary suite boasts eastern and southern exposures and features a massive walk-in closet, two additional large closets, and a luxurious windowed en-suite bathroom. The incredibly proportioned secondary bedrooms have sweeping southwest views of the Hudson River and beyond, and en-suite marble bathrooms.
6 Available Listings for Sale from $4,175,000
3 Available Listings for Rent from $13,500/month

112-East-74th-Street-01 112 East 74th Street (Google Streetview)
1 Available Listing for Sale for $2,995,000

980-Fifth-Avenue-01 980 Fifth Avenue (CityRealty)
Fifth Avenue co-ops 980 Fifth Avenue, #17A (Compass)
Carnegie Hill co-ops
Upper East Side co-ops
From the Listing:
Residence 17-A is a one-of-a-kind, high floor, sprawling southwest corner residence with jetliner, unobstructed views over the iconic Central Park, Met Museum, Midtown Manhattan, Central Park West and beyond. Marked by seven oversized picture windows allowing sun to pour into the home all day, and perfect for enjoying the Central Park sunset, this gracious home is prepared for its lucky new owner. There are only two residences on the floor, resulting in a semi-private landing out of your two elevators.

Enter into the home via a proper foyer (with powder room) and subsequent gallery that spills westward into an enormous great room of almost forty feet in length. The dining area is open to the great room and gallery, but partitioned off and with room enough for a grand entertaining table. The great room houses multiple seating areas, a built-in office with desk, and built-in shelving. All of this space while being situated on the most iconic New York perch, clearing the buildings to the south and enjoying the best view on earth. The kitchen is outfitted with all chef’s appliances and ample counter space, and houses a pantry, bar, full-sized laundry room with sink, and tons of storage.
1 Available Listing for Sale for $10,995,000

40-East-66th-Street-01 40 East 66th Street (CityRealty)
Upper East Side co-ops 40 East 66th Street, #7A (The Corcoran Group)
NYC co-ops
40 East 66th Street
From the Listing:
A brand-new sponsor renovation in a pre-war Rosario Candela building by CetraRuddy! Once you have entered the apartment from the private elevator landing you will immediately see this is a unique A line for the building. The apartment has been completely reconfigured to create an open plan living and entertaining space. Throughout the residence the wood floors are a Natural Light stained, 5"-wide rift and quartered solid oak flooring in chevron pattern with linear border.

The kitchen consists of cerused wood cabinetry, with maple veneer interiors, polished nickel trim on upper cabinet doors with a grid pattern glass face. The cabinets have interior lighting and there is under-cabinet lighting. The countertops and backsplash are a Taj Mahal honed quartzite. The chef’s kitchen has a generous island for seating and top of the line appliances from Sub-Zero and Wolf. There is a laundry closet with Miele washer and dryer and porcelain floors. The living room has a wood burning fireplace with a Lilac marble stone mantel. The sun-drenched primary bedroom facing east and north features a walk-in closet and an ensuite bathroom with a wet room for the soaking tub and shower.
3 Available Listings for Sale from $5,495,000
2 Available Listings for Rent from $23,000/month

110-Charlton-Street-01 Greenwich West, #21C (The Corcoran Group)
Hudson Square condos
Soho condos
NYC condos
From the Listing:
Residence 21C at Greenwich West is an exceptional three-bedroom/three and a half-bathroom condominium home which offers west, east, and north exposures with both city skyline and Hudson River views. An open kitchen and expansive triple exposure great room with 7 windows will make entertaining an everyday joy! It gets even better when you step out onto your massive private terrace. Every detail of Greenwich Wests interior has been carefully conceived and designed by Parisian architect Sebastien Segers. Over-sized casement windows allow for abundant light to stream across wide-plank European white oak floors. In the kitchen, Miele appliances nestle into custom walnut integration, with metal lacquer and fluted mirror casework upper cabinetry crafted by Molteni&C. Uniquely formed islands unify bookshelves and are topped with a honed Carrara marble which continues across the counter-top and back-splash. The primary bathroom is clad in marble with engineered-rosewood wall hung vanities and polished nickel hardware.
11 Available Listings for Sale from $1,833,400
4 Available Listings for Rent from $6,000/month

Notable Sales

Andrew Weissman — Bought for combined total of $7,400,000

39-41-North-Moore-Street-01 39-41 North Moore Street (Compass)
Throughout his celebrated legal career, criminal law professor and legal analyst Andrew Weissman has prosecuted associates in the Enron scandal, members of the Mafia, and, over the course of an investigation into the 2016 presidential election, domestic and international operatives alike. When Crain's New York Business announced his purchase of a Tribeca duplex, it noted that the deal closed in two parts. Public records list the seller as LuxUrban Hotels co-founder Leonard Toboroff and his wife, consultant Joy Toboroff.

Tony Shalhoub — Sold for $3,150,000

15-West-81st-Street-01 15 West 81st Street, #12H (Douglas Elliman)
Central Park West co-ops
Upper West Side co-ops
NYC co-ops
Roughly around the same time the fifth and final season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel debuted on Amazon Prime, garnering as much attention for the beautiful apartments as the compelling plotlines, the New York Post announced that series actor Tony Shalhoub had found a buyer for his prewar Upper West Side cooperative. Most recently, the sale was recorded to indicate that the Emmy Award-winning actor and his wife, artist Brooke Adams, took a loss on the home they purchased for $3.99 million in 2016. The couple did not give a reason for listing their home when it went on the market in April 2022.

From the Listing:
Beautifully restored and maintained prewar residence with approximately 1,900 square feet showcasing a spacious living and dining room, a sprawling library with eat-in area, two spacious bedrooms, two and a-half bathrooms, and a 350-square-foot private terrace that spans the width of the apartment, offering unobstructed city views and glimpses of Central Park, located in one of the Upper West Side’s best-run prewar buildings, designed by renowned architect Emery Roth.

A semi-private landing welcomes you into a gracious entry gallery that connects to all areas of the home, and opens onto a sprawling great room with high, 9’2" beamed ceilings, a decorative fireplace with original carved wood mantelpiece, and built-in shelves and storage. Access your own 60 ft.-wide, north-facing terrace through steel-framed French doors, beautifully decked with slate stone pavers and adorned by large planters connected to their own irrigation system, creating the perfect backdrop for memorable entertaining, or simply to enjoy the tranquility of your own garden oasis in the sky.

There is an oversized library/den — which makes a great media room or formal dining room — that connects to the windowed kitchen through a butler’s pantry with stainless steel counters and restored original stainless steel-and-glass cabinetry, adding to the home’s charming prewar aesthetic. It also has an under-counter washer & dryer. The kitchen features slate stone floors, modern stainless steel appliances, including Beko refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher, and has stainless steel-framed paneled windows.

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