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Entrance at 443 Greenwich Street | Mike Myers by David Shankbone - Shankbone, CC BY 3.0, Entrance at 443 Greenwich Street | Mike Myers by David Shankbone - Shankbone, CC BY 3.0,
Manhattan Sales:

  • For the week ending May 24, 2024, $422,064,795 worth of transactions across 203 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded
  • 88 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $262,379,903
  • 15 condop sales came to an aggregate price of $20,221,143
  • 100 co-op sales came to an aggregate price of $139,463,749

In this article:

925 Park Avenue
925 Park Avenue Carnegie Hill
Park Millennium, 111 West 67th Street
Park Millennium, 111 West 67th Street Lincoln Center
443 Greenwich Street
443 Greenwich Street Tribeca
Liberty Lofts, 43 West 64th Street
Liberty Lofts, 43 West 64th Street Central Park West
Superior Ink, 400 West 12th Street
Superior Ink, 400 West 12th Street West Village
As a rule, CityRealty typically runs celebrity real estate articles as a feature at the beginning of every month. However, the former homes of several public figures were among Manhattan's top sales for the week ending May 24, 2024.
Actor/producer Mike Myers is well known for his Canadian heritage, but has accumulated a respectable New York real estate portfolio. He was an early buyer in celebrity favorite 443 Greenwich Street, buying a four-bedroom home for just under $15 million in 2016, but relisted it only one week later. He got $14 million for it; more recently, The Real Deal announced that it had changed hands again in an off-market deal. The closing price of $20,700,000 was the highest of the week.

P.S. Mr. Myers' portfolio includes a penthouse overlooking the High Line on the market. He listed it for $20 million in May 2023, and it has since been relisted at a lower price of $17,500,000. However, if it sells for this asking price, it will likely rank among Manhattan's top sales as well.
Documentary photographer Elliott Erwitt Elliott Erwitt at The Brentmore (Douglas Elliman)
The week's top co-op sale and second-highest overall took place in another building popular among celebrities. Central Park West cooperative The Brentmore has been home to actresses Celeste Holm and Joan Copeland, musician Paul Simon, celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz, and documentary photographer Elliott Erwitt. Mr. Erwitt and his family lived in the building for more than 50 years, and his survivors listed the apartment following his death in November 2023. It entered contract with an asking price of $11,500,000 a short time later, and most recently closed for $13,315,000.

Public records show that the seller also purchased another two-bedroom unit the family owned in the building for $2,300,000. Aa a photo included with the listing shows, Mr. Erwitt appeared to use it as a studio and/or office.
925 Park Avenue and The Park Millennium, home of the third-highest sales of the week
Additionally, two units tied for the week's third-highest closing price of $13,000,000. One was a four-bedroom duplex at 925 Park Avenue that was previously owned by Blackstone executive Jonathan Gray and his wife, philanthropist Mindy Gray. Crain's New York Business announced the sale, noting that it includes two storage areas and that the Grays bought it for about $8 million in 2005. Buyer Margaret Boyden will enjoy interiors by Peter Pennoyer, Park Avenue vistas, three wood-burning fireplaces, and a graceful staircase to connect both levels.

But while one of the week's third-highest sales was a high-profile transaction in a prewar Upper East Side cooperative, the other was decidedly more subdued: The buyers and sellers of Residence #35DEF at Upper West Side condominium The Park Millennium conducted the transaction using LLCs. This was not Liam Neeson's apartment -- his is several stories down -- and Crain's New York Business notes that this home has been on and off the market since 2019, when it was initially listed for $25 million. The closing price reflects a deep discount, but nevertheless sets a new price record for the building.

43 West 64th Street entrance Liberty Lofts, #4A
Living room with barrel-vaulted ceiling
Eat-in kitchen
Primary bath with separate soaking tub
From the Listing:
Move right in. Nestled between sublime Central Park and the global cultural hub that is Lincoln Center, this triple mint four-bedroom loft with four full bathrooms exudes timeless luxury and sophistication.

Completely renovated by the owner, buyers and viewers will quickly notice an amalgam of alluring modern luxury elements and classic refinements—where rich white oak floors, lofty vaulted ceilings, bespoke lighting, and finishes set the stage for a next-level luxurious lifestyle.

The expansive living room is an entertainer’s delight that can be sectioned into several intimate sitting areas, a TV area, dining space, plus a music corner that currently houses dueling, side-by-side grand pianos. Two front-facing Juliet balconies also add to this great room’s irresistible charm.
1 Available Listing for Sale for $2,385,000

400 West 12th Street Superior Ink, #12B
Living room with Hudson River views
Hudson River views Some prefer to sit
From the Listing:
Residence #12B is a waterfront masterpiece ideally located on a cobblestone street in the heart of the historic West Village in the prestigious condominium Superior Ink. This elegant, quietly glamorous home perfectly situated on the southwest corner of the Hudson River offers three bedroom suites, three full bathrooms and a chic powder room. This turnkey home was renovated with designer enhancements, finishes and upgrades throughout curated by Thad Hayes, one of the most sought-after interior designers consistently honored as one of "The AD 100." The apartment underwent a full renovation, and no detail was overlooked and no expense was spared to create an impeccable luxury living space with magical unobstructed views.
2 Available Listings for Sale from $6,685,000

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111 West 67th Street condominium Park Millennium, #35DEF (R New York)
Living room with fireplace and Central Park views
Central Park and Billionaires' Row views
Formal dining area, entrance foyer
Floor plan
From the Listing:
This turnkey home, envisioned by architect Tony Ingrao, encompasses 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, offering an incredibly flexible floor plan and unparalleled views from Central Park to the Hudson River. Equipped with cutting-edge smart home automation and health technology, this sanctuary is the perfect place to call home. Providing sustainability throughout with eco-friendly materials, you’ll find yourself breathing in pure air, basking in pure light, indulging in pure water, and relishing in pure quiet.

The inviting foyer leads you to a grand and sophisticated 42-foot-wide great room. The sweeping views of the NYC skyline from this residence are truly breathtaking, offering an ever-changing panorama that captivates both day and night. The chef’s dream kitchen is the heart of the home and is meticulously crafted with luxurious features that elevate every cooking experience.
2 Available Listings for Sale from $6,995,000
2 Available Listings for Rent from $13,500/month

Prewar cooperative entrance 925 Park Avenue, #3/4A
Living room with Park Avenue views and fireplace (Corcoran Group)
Foyer with staircase
Formal dining room
Floor plan
From the Listing:
Designed by renowned architect Peter Pennoyer and interior designer Eve Robinson, this exquisite mint condition 11-room duplex boasts 4/5 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, and 2 half bathrooms. This luxurious, meticulously designed home seamlessly blends sophisticated detail and high-quality craftsmanship with a modern aesthetic for today’s living.

Enter on the main floor through an elegant gallery with a stunning custom staircase and railing. The gracious gallery leads to a grand living room that faces West onto Park Avenue with soaring ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace. The elegant dining room can be accessed through the eat-in kitchen, living room, or gallery, making this floor perfect for casual or formal entertaining and living. The adjacent handsome library is beautifully proportioned and also has a wood-burning fireplace. A jewel box powder room completes this level.
4 Available Listings for Sale from $1,200,000

88 Central Park West The Brentmore, #8S (Douglas Elliman)
Living room with beamed ceiling
Interiors with coffered ceiling
Central Park and Billionaires' Row views
Floor plan
From the Listing:
This sprawling 10-room home was the home of famed photographer Elliott Erwitt and his family for 55 years. The over-the-trees views of Central Park are mesmerizing from the double living room and the primary bedroom. The 10-foot ceilings accentuate the picture windows, the grand formal dining room has coffered ceilings, the fabulous eat-in kitchen also faces the park, and there are two large staff rooms that can be incorporated to make it even larger. This apartment is in estate condition, so bring your architect.
1 Available Listing for Sale for $20,000,000

443 Greenwich Street
Near identical floor plan to #5A

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