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The Greenwich Lane via Douglas Elliman The Greenwich Lane via Douglas Elliman
In Manhattan last week, there were 239 condo, condop, and co-op sales amounting to $440,526,881, the highest since mid-March. The 115 condo sales came in at a median of $1.715 million ($1,531/ft2). The 120 co-op sales came in at a median of $780,000. A full, sortable list of apartment sales may be found below.

The Greenwich Lane, the luxury condominium complex that rose on the former site of St. Vincent's Hospital, had a good week with two homes in the top five. Indeed, the third week of November was a good one for downtown condos and co-ops. The one outlier in the top five was a Park Avenue cooperative that sold for $7.3 million.

Also downtown, closings commenced this fall at 126 West 16th Street, a new boutique condominium on a tree-lined Chelsea block. Three listings were in the top ten, and remaining availabilities start at $3.35 million.
1045-Madison-Avenue-01 The Benson via Hayes Davidson
Olshan Realty's market report notes that the week before Thanksgiving is traditionally a big one in the luxury real estate market, and that holds true even in 2020: From November 16-22, 25 contracts were signed for Manhattan listings priced at $4 million and up. This is the highest total since the first week of March 2020, and this week's asking price total inched up from last week to $194,823,000.

For the second week in a row, a penthouse at The Benson had the week's top contract. This one has three bedrooms, three and a half baths, three private terraces, and an asking price of $22 million. The Benson has attracted attention for its Upper East Side address, its traditional yet modern design, its luxurious amenities, and most recently, its billboard featuring Jerry Seinfeld.

The Benson is still under construction, but the second-highest contract of the week took place in a long-standing New York City Landmark: A four-bedroom duplex at The Eldorado entered contract with an asking price of $19.999 million. This was the most expensive co-op to sell on the Upper West Side this year, and one of eight co-ops to enter contract in the past week. The report states that this is the highest total of co-op sales since the last week in January 2020, when eight co-ops also sold.



Top Sales
1. The Greenwich Lane, 155 West 11th Street, #PH6W – $16,000,000

Greenwich Village | Condo | 5 beds, 5.5 baths | 3,740 ft2
155-West-11th-Street-01 The Greenwich Lane via Douglas Elliman
From the listing:
Welcome home to fabulous Penthouse 6W at The Greenwich Lane, a new modern luxury tower in the heart of Greenwich Village! This expansive residence with a huge private landscaped terrace boasts 4/5 bedrooms, a media room & office, 5.5 elegant baths, and incredible entertaining spaces with open living & dining. Enjoy a sense of magnificence created by high ceilings, dark stained wood floors, custom millwork & refined finishes throughout. Floor-to-ceiling windows bathe the interior in brilliant natural light & showcase open city views. The impeccably-appointed kitchen is tailored to the chef, featuring dark-stained custom-paneled cabinets by Thomas O'Brien/Aero Studios, veined grey marble countertops & backsplash, polished nickel Waterworks Aero Retro fittings, and premium Wolf, Sub-Zero & Miele appliances. Both the airy living quarters and gourmet kitchen extend out to the enormous terrace boasting dramatic high-floor city views & lush landscaping for optimal privacy.
3 Available Listings from $6.2M

2. 744 Greenwich Street, #PH – $12,000,000 ($3,471 / ft2)

West Village | Condo | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 3,457 ft2
744-Greenwich-Street-01 744 Greenwich Street via Compass
From the listing:
The most rare of all real estate trophies, a West Village penthouse with planted terraces and unobstructed views: welcome to the penthouse at 744 Greenwich Street. This 3,500-square-foot, 3-bed, 3.5-bath full-floor duplex penthouse is the first re-sale ever in this boutique building, superbly located in the heart of the West Village.

A keyed elevator opens directly into the home where floor to ceiling windows bathe the top floor in light from three exposures, showcasing iconic views of the West Village, the Empire State Building, Hudson Yards and more. A custom six-burner Officine Gullo range is highlighted by a hand laid mosaic backsplash and a 14' concrete island with casual seating. The dining area offers an elevated experience, comfortably seating 12 overlooking the west village in the foreground and midtown beyond. The 1,100-square-foot wrap around terrace, custom landscaped by the renowned artisan landscape masters at Harrison Green, makes for the most elegant of indoor / outdoor entertaining environments.

3. 12 Greene Street, #PH – $8,500,000 ($1,889 / ft2)

Soho | Co-op | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 4,500 ft2
12-Greene-Street-01 12 Greene Street via Compass
From the listing:
This spectacular, perfectly renovated and light-filled penthouse loft is the epitome of elegant downtown living. Expertly blending the nineteenth century industrial qualities of Soho's best cast-iron architecture with a warm material palette, this luxurious home has phenomenal volume for indoor and outdoor entertaining on a grand scale, yet is private and cozy for day-to-day life. Spread over three levels, this amazing townhouse in the sky boasts three bedrooms, three and a half baths, three landscaped terraces, and a reflecting pool.

The key-locked elevator opens to a sun-filled entry hall lined with a wall of glass and steel casement doors, three oversized east-facing windows, a large skylight, soaring ceilings of just under 19 feet, and a jaw-dropping vertical indoor garden. The amazing and lush green plantings soar from the tiled floor all the way to the skylight at the ceiling.

4. The Greenwich Lane, 140 West 12th Street, #402 – $8,000,000 ($2,591 / ft2)

Greenwich Village | Condo | 4 beds, 4.5 baths | 3,088 ft2
140-West-12th-Street-01 The Greenwich Lane via Coleman Real Estate Group
From the listing:
A spectacular sun-flooded, designer, 3,088-square-foot, 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath loft in West Village's premiere boutique full-service condominium is move-in ready. This well drawn home offers a spectacular marriage of open lofted family and entertaining living space and 4 grand private bedroom suites.

Down a formal gallery suited for large scale art you enter the tremendous 27' wide Great Room, which overlooks the lush central common garden from 4 south facing oversized casement windows. This sun-blasted Great Room offers separate dining and living areas and a contiguous open top-of-the-line chef's kitchen with a large marble eat-on island.

5. 500 Park Tower, 500 Park Avenue, #31AB – $7,300,000 ($1,564 / ft2)

Midtown East | Condo | 5 beds, 6.5 baths | 4,667 ft2
500-Park-Avenue-01 500 Park Tower via Douglas Elliman
From the listing:
Encompassing the entire thirty first floor of 500 Park Avenue, this 4 bedroom plus den and library, 5-and-a-half bath residence is truly luxury defined. From its panoramic views of the city skyline to Central Park, to its perfect scale and design, this residence has it all. One is greeted into this sprawling 4,667-square-foot sky compound via private elevator landing which leads into the entry gallery.

Just off the gallery are the Great Room and formal dining room. The Great Room is a dual corner room featuring 3 walls of windows and 3 different exposures/views, including the city skyline and iconic 59th Street Bridge. The well-proportioned corner dining room and features exposures to the east, north and partial Park views. Adjacent to the living room are the den and library, both with southern light and exposures.
1 Available Listing for $3.75M

Top Contracts
Carnegie Hill | Condo | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 3,780 ft2
1045-Madison-Avenue-01 Rendering via Hayes Davidson
From the listing:
Corner penthouse duplex with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms perched above the new Benson condo. The unit has 3,780 square feet and 3 terraces that total 676 square feet. Downstairs is a living room with a fireplace, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen and a powder room. There are terraces off the living room and eat-in kitchen. Upstairs is 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The master bedroom opens onto a a 10' x 21' terrace.

Central Park West | Co-op | 4 beds, 7 baths
300-Central-Park-West-01 The Eldorado via Douglas Elliman
From the listing:
Fronting Central Park from two floors in the sky, this stunning, four bedroom, five bathrooms plus two half bathroom duplex in the iconic El Dorado is the definition of sophisticated uptown living. Breathtaking views of the Park, reservoir, and the Manhattan skyline are available from nearly each and every room, as well as from the home's magnificent terrace. With an abundance of sunshine flooding the home through 36 new windows that span both exposures, high ceilings, a thoughtful and elegant design, and a generous floorplan, this home truly is suited for the most discerning of buyers. A semi-private elevator landing opens to a foyer showcasing an elegant stairway that carries you to both levels of this home.

Upon entering the residence, you are immediately greeted by a beautifully proportioned approx. 50 plus linear feet of grand living room followed by an additional sitting room/den, both of which are flanked entirely by the home's massive terrace. The terrace completes a truly indoor-outdoor experience, with dramatic views from either venue. Across from this sprawling living room and discreet family office, lies the generous formal dining room, which comfortably can accommodate large gatherings.
5 Available Listings from $2.8M

Upper East Side | Condo | 5 beds, 5.5 baths | 3,700 ft2
26-East-63rd-Street-01 The Leonori via Nest Seekers
From the listing:
A palatial duplex penthouse boasting a rooftop solarium and designer fixtures and finishes, this one-of-a-kind 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom condo is a paragon of contemporary Lenox Hill luxury. Features of this incredible 3,700-square-foot home include 2,900 square feet of interior living space, gorgeous herringbone hardwood floors, airy 9 to 11 ft. ceilings, tasteful crown molding, chic built-ins and archways, large sash windows with northern, southern, and western exposure, central heating and cooling, a gas-burning fireplace, a convenient in-unit washer/dryer, and 800 sq. ft. of private outdoor space with breathtaking Central Park and skyline views.

Beyond an elegant marble entryway adorned with a powder room and coat closet, the home flows through a central gallery and into formal living and dining space. The living room has northern exposure and a fireplace, while the dining room has more than enough space for a 10-person table and leads into a lovely windowed kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with sleek countertops, a silver tile backsplash, custom cabinetry, and a suite of fully-integrated stainless steel appliances.
1 Available Listing for $999K

West Village | Condo | 4 beds, 4.5 baths | 3,370 ft2
111-Leroy-Street-01 111 Leroy Street via Douglas Elliman
From the listing:
Enter this 3,370-square-foot, 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom full-floor residence from a keyed elevator to a private vestibule, an appropriately gracious arrival to the exceptional home beyond, abounding with bespoke details and supreme craftsmanship in an entirely custom design by the esteemed Workshop/APD. Through the commanding blackened metal entry door, a formal cove-lit foyer segues to the massive great room with approximately 10' ceilings, where striking proportions and a serene yet distinguished palette of finishes foster an elegant, warm, loft-like sensibility, and floor-to-ceiling windows bathe the space in southern light. The adjoining windowed chef's kitchen features rich book-matched walnut millwork with blackened metal trim, honed Statuary marble countertops and waterfall island, Flos blackened steel track lights, and top appliances by Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Miele, including a 36-inch integrated refrigerator/freezer, 36-inch 5-burner gas cooktop, 30-inch wall oven, 30-inch steam oven, 30-inch microwave oven/warming drawer, integrated coffee maker and integrated dishwasher.
3 Available Listings from $4.15M

Tribeca | Co-op | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 3,000 ft2
430-Greenwich-Street-01 430 Greenwich Street via The Corcoran Group
From the listing:
This is the first opportunity to own this former raw loft space that has been completely renovated and custom-designed by Robert Marino. The incredible space offers 3,000 interior square feet and 2,200 square feet of a private irrigated roof garden on Tribeca's premier block. The home is marked by a perfect blend of imported Italianate bronze work and original details, including massive exposed timber beams and oversized arched windows overlooking the treetops and cityscapes of Greenwich Street. Enjoy views and light from the south, east, and west.

An elevator opens to the entry vestibule and flows directly into the grand living room complete with a gas fireplace and wet bar. The south-facing gourmet chef's kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances including double Wolf ovens, a six-burner French Top, automatic Miele cappuccino & espresso market, two Bosch dishwashers, a custom Vent-A-Hood, and Franke and Dornbracht fixtures. Adjacent to either side of the kitchen is a walk-in pantry and laundry room complete with a second service entrance into the home.

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