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200 East 83rd Street, home of two of the top five sales (Compass) 200 East 83rd Street, home of two of the top five sales (Compass)
Manhattan Sales:

  • For the week ending September 22, 2023, $636,022,049 worth of transactions across 334 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded
  • 157 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $439,930,981
  • 19 condop sales came to an aggregate price of $27,383,996
  • 158 co-op sales came to an aggregate price of $166,165,064

Penthouse living room with terrace access on both sides 443 Greenwich Street, #PHB (Compass)
Almost exactly eight months since it last had Manhattan's top sale, celebrity favorite 443 Greenwich Street is back on top with Penthouse B, which closed for $36,000,000. This represents a small reduction from the original asking price of $40,000,000 when it was listed in August 2022, but the seller nevertheless makes a small profit, having paid $34,000,000 for it in October 2021. The seller was identified only through an LLC, as was the buyer.
Further uptown at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed 200 East 83rd Street, two penthouses brought in a total of $60,060,250. Duplex Penthouse C closed for $32,500,000 in the second-highest sale of the week, or the asking price when it entered contract in March 2022. It was closely trailed by Penthouse A, a full-floor unit that closed slightly above ask at $27,560,250. Both penthouses feature four exposures, gas fireplaces, custom kitchens from Brookmans by Smallbone, and private outdoor space.
129-East-73rd-Street-01 129 East 73rd Street, #TH (Modlin Group LLC)
Also of note last week, The Wall Street Journal announced that 129 East 73rd Street, the Lenox Hill townhouse that made a memorable cameo in the film adaptation of The Devil Wears Prada sold for around $26,500,000, or $1 million less than when it entered contract in July 2023, around two months after it came on the market. The unidentified buyer had been looking for a townhouse in the neighborhood for about a year and a half before buying this one; buyer's broker Corey Shuster of Douglas Elliman told the Journal that its appearance in the movie was "a cool tidbit [but] not much of a deciding factor." Seller Craig Effron, a founding partner of hedge fund Scoggin Capital Management, bought the house with his wife Caryn Effron for $8,800,000 in 2003.

443 Greenwich Street Tribeca 443 Greenwich Street, #PHB (Compass)
Penthouse living room with fireplace and terrace access
Stairs connecting both levels
Private terrace overlooking Lower Manhattan skyline
From the Listing:
Luminous, stunning and meticulously renovated, this Tribeca penthouse was crafted & designed using top-of-the-line technology and high-end finishes. Perched atop Tribeca’s most sought-after building, 443 Greenwich, this penthouse is the epitome of luxurious Manhattan living with downtown city views and spectacular light throughout the apartment. Truly unique with four bedrooms, four-and-a-half-bathrooms, and a lush wrap-around terrace in Tribeca’s most sought-after location. The elevator doors open onto the top level of this expansive duplex penthouse. One private parking space as well as two storage units are included in the purchase of PHB.
1 Available Listing for Sale for $32,500,000

200-East-83rd-Street-01 200 East 83rd Street, #PHC (Compass)
Living room with arched windows and terrace access
Dining room with oversized window and arched entry
From the Listing:
Penthouse C is an amazing and rare 6,592-square-foot duplex residence at the very top of 200 East 83rd Street with spectacular wraparound views of Central Park and the city as well as 4 generous and dramatic terraces. The 37-foot long living room is as impressive in its size as in its drama from views and terraces, and a beautiful gas fireplace is the perfect icing on the cake. The kitchen, made by Brookmans by Smallbone, has a large den adjacent to the cooking and eating area, which opens onto a one-of-a-kind dining terrace with arched stonework framing spectacular views east, north, and south of the city, river and the Midtown skyline.
1 Available Listing for Rent for $27,000/month

200-East-83rd-Street-02 200 East 83rd Street, #PHA (Compass)
Private terrace off the living room with city views
Penthouse simplex floor plan
From the Listing:
Dramatic and beautifully designed with a gorgeous stone-arched loggia and unbelievable Central Park, river and Midtown views, this six bedroom penthouse is magical and also classically proportioned and arranged. A 42-foot great room and dining room as well as the primary bedroom suite hover over Central Park catching skyline views as well. The kitchen, dining room, den, and guest bedroom capture Midtown in all its cinematic glory. A separate bedroom wing with five bedrooms face north and east for sensational views of the city, river and bridges. With fresh bright kitchens featuring Miele appliances and white and light oak primary baths, the design of 200 East 83rd has been universally embraced as something that hits the perfect chord.
1 Available Listing for Rent for $27,000/month

360-Central-Park-West-01 360 Central Park West, #PHD (Argo Residential)
Private terrace with landscaping and Central Park views
Den with terrace access
From the Listing:
One of the largest private outdoor terraces on Central Park West awaits! Introducing PHD at Candela’s 360 Central Park West; a sprawling duplex that masterfully reimagines pre-war luxury for the modern age. Crafted to perfection by award-winning firm CetraRuddy, this home is truly a once in a generation offering.

17th Floor – Private elevator entry welcomes you into a gallery landing stretching over 24 feet. This central vestibule connects the northern and southern wings of the home, comprising the full 17th and 18th floors of the south tower. A pocket door leads you past a grand spiral staircase and Noir St. Laurent marble powder room into the home’s central Great Room boasting 10-foot ceilings, two sets of south-facing Pella windows flood the space with direct southern light, highlighting the home’s 5 inch, solid oak herringbone floors that run throughout. The Great Room is flanked by the formal dining room and a large fourth bedroom suite or office.

18th Floor – Up the spiral staircase or via the internal elevator, awaits a gorgeous glass sunroom with 11 foot ceilings, a marble wet bar and a dumb waiter looking out upon the home’s striking 1,450-square-foot 360° wraparound terrace, offering a breathtaking setting for dinner, large scale entertaining, sun lounging, urban gardening, and idyllic life on the park.
2 Available Listings for Sale from $1,150,000

737-Park-Avenue-01 737 Park Avenue, #16E (Serhant LLC)
Living room with beamed ceiling
Formal dining room
Primary bedroom with terrace access
From the Listing:
Residence 16E is a grand four bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom home (plus study), spanning 3,845 square feet inside with a 365-square-foot terrace, boasting triple exposures on a high floor at the prestigious 737 Park Avenue. A private elevator landing opens directly onto this beautifully sunlit triple-mint home with brand new white-oak floors, high ceilings and impeccable finishes throughout. A gorgeous built-in bookshelf separates the foyer from the magnificent Great Room where tons of natural light spill in from the many large southwest facing windows lining the entire wall. The seller has made meticulous upgrades by moving the HVAC to open up the ceilings and designing/ installing the highest quality built-ins throughout the home. Adjoining the living room, the beautiful windowed Varenna eat-in kitchen has the finest imported marble floors, countertops and backsplash, glass and aluminum cabinets, Franke sinks and faucets, and top-of-the-line Miele appliances. The expansive center island faces the Great Room, providing the perfect place to converse while entertaining as well as for prepping meals.
3 Available Listings for Sale from $4,000,000

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