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Two of the most expensive co-op sales in Manhattan last month were in Fifth Avenue buildings on the Upper East Side—while the third most expensive co-op sale was in a small West Village building.

The priciest co-op sale was in Parc V at 785 Fifth Avenue, a co-op built in 1963. David Geffen sold unit 17AB in the building for $24.5 million. The music industry bigwig purchased the 5,000ft2 unit for $14.17 million in 2010.
785 Fifth Avenue-03 David Geffen's apartment at 785 Fifth Avenue, #17AB (Corcoran
785-Fifth-Avenue-04 (Corcoran)
The second priciest co-op sale last month was in the prewar co-op at 834 Fifth Avenue, where a two-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom unit, 7B, sold for $18.75 million to John Welch, the former chairman of GE.
The third priciest co-op sale, and the only one not on the Upper East Side, was in the six-unit West Village building at 165 Perry Street. Unit 6 in the building, which has five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms, went for $18 million. More details can be found here.
165-PerryStreet-03 165 Perry Street exterior (Corcoran)
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