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Top Recorded Sales This Week in NYC Top Recorded Sales This Week in NYC
The city's biggest sales each week are rarely limited to one neighborhood. Eight-figure deals happen just about everywhere–all it takes is one deep-pocketed buyer. Find out where the week's biggest-ticket buys were, below.
432 Park Avenue, #65A 432 Park Avenue, #65A. Sold Sep. 18. Image: Douglas Elliman
3 beds | 4.5 baths 
Yet another eight-figure buy at this sky-scraping Rafael Vinoly-designed billionaires' bunker. This 4,019-square-foot, three-bedroom home starts with a private elevator landing and ceilings that soar to nearly 13 feet. Windows offer unobstructed views of Central Park, and interiors are exactly what you'd expect from the luxury linchpin of Mid-Manhattan living.
78 Irving Place #PH 78 Irving Place #PH. Sold Sep 20. Image: Douglas Elliman
4 beds | 5.5 baths 
This downtown duplex penthouse is quite a score, with 4,420 square feet of interior living space and a very serious kitchen with a La CornueFE range. But it just might be the 955-square-foot roof terrace with a marble-clad outdoor kitchen overlooking Gramercy Park that gets points for being the most impressive perk.
150 Charles Street, #7BS 150 Charles Street, #7BS. Sold Sep. 19. Image: Brown Harris Stevens
3 Bedrooms | 3.5 Bathrooms 
The celebrity-packed 150 Charles Street has attracted rocker Jon Bon Jovi, actor Ben Stiller and swimsuit model Irina Shayk to name a few, and sales haven't slowed down a bit. This high-floor home, purchased by an anonymous buyer via a trust, includes 3,031 of interior square feet and 445 square feet of landscaped terrace with unbeatable views in every direction, including the Hudson River and the downtown Manhattan skyline. As far as building amenities, we can see the attraction in 40,000 square feet of green space, a private covered driveway with on-site parking, hotel concierge services, a professional spa with 75-foot pool, a 3,000 square feet fitness center, a yoga studio, whirlpool, plunge pool, steam room, dry sauna, massage rooms and juice bar, an event room with kitchen and a children's play room.


4. 14 East 90th Street, #12A - Sold AUG 10, 2017 for $11,356,500

5. Walker Tower, 212 West 18th Street, #16D - Sold SEP 15, 2017 for $10,600,000

6. The Marquand, 11 East 68th Street, #9BW - Sold SEP 8, 2017 for $9,950,000

7. 78 Irving Place, #5 -Sold SEP 20, 2017 for $9,529,813

8. Carlton House, 21 East 61st Street, #12B - Sold, SEP 18, 2017 for $9,175,000

9. The Beresford, 211 Central Park West, #20B - Sold SEP 21, 2017 for $8,500,000 

10. Superior Ink, 400 West 12th Street, #3D - Sold SEP 15, 2017 for $6,400,000

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Contributing Writer Michelle Cohen Michelle is a New York-based writer and content strategist who has worked extensively with lifestyle brands like Seventeen, Country Living, Harper's Bazaar and iVillage. In addition to being a copywriter for a digital media agency she writes about culture, New York City neighborhoods, real estate, style, design and technology among other topics. She has lived in a number of major US cities on both coasts and in between and loves all things relating to urbanism and culture.