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The $36M unit was originally listed for $75M in 2013 (Listing photo via Engel & Volkers) The $36M unit was originally listed for $75M in 2013 (Listing photo via Engel & Volkers)
Despite a rough year for all 11 Trump buildings in NYC – with both the average sales price and price per square foot dropping the Manhattan condo average for the first time ever – a sprawling condo at The Heritage at Trump Place at 240 Riverside Boulevard was the week's biggest sale. Take a look below to find out more and for this week's roundup of the highest-priced sales in Manhattan.

240 Riverside Boulevard

3 Bedrooms | 6+ Bathrooms – $36,000,000

the heritage trump place 6AT Sold Jan 24, 2018 (Listing Photos via Engel & Volkers)
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Well, it took nearly six years to sell but Saudi Prince Nawaf Bin Sultan Abdulaziz Al-Saud finally closed on the six-unit apartment at 240 Riverside Boulevard. The 10,500-square-foot triplex sold for $30M, but an extra $6M was packed on for two additional staff units, 6ET and 6DT.

The prince was originally asking $75M for it back in 2013, then slashed the price to $48.5M in 2015. The third price slash proved to be the charm for the home, which boasts some luxury features like a fitness center, spa, three private terraces, a restaurant-quality kitchen and sushi bar, and some over-the-top amenities like three bullet-proof panic rooms and a jellyfish tank.

5 bedrooms | 6+ bathrooms – $13,500,000

1016 fifth avenue #3AC Sold Jan 23, 2018 (Listing photo via Douglas Elliman)
This sprawling 5,300 square-foot pad is the result of the combination of two beautiful apartments located within a luxury pre-war co-op building. Part of the apartment was just completely renovated, including a playroom, large gym, and a laundry room.

4 bedrooms | 4.5 Bathrooms – $13,491,813

150 wooster street unit 4 Sold Feb 6, 2018 (Listing photo via CORE)
Loft Four at 150 Wooster is a full-floor, 4 bedroom, 4,271 square foot home designed with wide-open spaces and oversized windows in the style of the Soho neighborhood's original artists' residences. Modern conveniences include a fully integrated Lutron lighting system, a 184-square-foot private balcony and motorized shades.


Building Address Unit Beds/Baths Date Sold Price
12 East 88th Street #PH12A 2 beds/2 baths January 26, 2018 $9,000,000
The Alexander, 250 East 49th Street #24PHA 5 beds/6+ baths February 1, 2018 $8,470,000
The Greenwich Lane, 160 West 12th Street #98 3 beds/3.5 baths January 23, 2018 $7,500,000
151 Wooster Street #5B 3 beds/3 baths January 30, 2018 $6,900,000
10 Madison Square West, 5 West 24th Street #2G 3 beds/3.5 baths June 15, 2017 $5,600,375
The Osborne, 205 West 57th Street #3B 3 beds/3 baths February 1, 2018 $5,000,000
150 Charles Street #3ES 2 beds/2.5 baths January 31, 2018 $4,850,000
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