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For the fourth week of January, there were a total of 180 condo and co-op closings recorded in Manhattan. We found 49 resales recorded during the period with 41 reselling above their previous closing price and just eight below. See the full table below.

Biggest Winners
From the listing: 368 West 117th Street is a beautiful and spacious three bedroom condo perfectly located just off of Morningside Park in the thriving South Harlem. This perfectly laid out apartment has a large open kitchen that includes a dishwasher. Hardwood flooring throughout with two full baths that include newly installed vanities and fixtures, great closet space, living, and a dining area, and new washer and dryer. With three exposures facing east, south and west this sprawling three bedroom is a unique property offering both privacy and collective living experience. Read the full listing details at Corcoran here.

#2. 443 Greenwich Street, #3C

Sold for $10.2M on Jan.15, 2019
+$6.47M (+174%) since last sale in Feb. 2017

443-Greenwich-Street-05 443 Greenwich Street via Corcoran
443-Greenwich-Street-05 (Corcoran)
From the Corcoran listing: This 4-bed, 4.5-bath in 443 Greenwich has its elevator opening directly into a gracious entry hall. Eleven windows, flooding the home with natural light all day long. The residence overlooks Vestry Street and the lush garden courtyard. The exceptionally proportioned living room/great room is perfect for entertaining. The gourmet chef's kitchen features top of the line appliances by Wolf, SubZero, and Miele. Custom Christopher Peacock cabinetry is accented by polished stainless steel drawers, fluted glass and stone back-splash and countertops, and includes a 2-inch thick Calacatta marble kitchen island countertop. Elegant finishes include 8-inch wide plank white oak floors, custom bronze and brass hardware, and wall treatments of metal and leather. Framing and unifying the design choices of these distinguished residences are refurbished original wood beams and columns. Storage unit included with this apartment.

1965 Broadway The Grand Millennium, 1965 Broadway, #19A (CItiHabitats)

Biggest Flops
Trump-SoHo-04 (CityConnections)
From the City Connections Listing: Stunning City,Hudson River views. Purchasers can occupy this luxurious suite for up to 120 nights each calendar year, with the convenience of full management services provided all year round. You are the Landlord without any of the "Landlordly" responsibilities. Rental programs provide the opportunity to offset ownership costs.This unit is exquisitely furnished and designed with a king size bed and other designer furnishing by Fendi Casa. The apartment has floor to ceiling windows with incredible views. This unit also features a designer marble bathroom with a deep soaking tub and separate glass and enclosed shower. Amenities include 11,000 square foot spa,state of the art fitness center, a cocktail lounge, library, and seasonal pool both indoor, outdoor. And all hotel amenities.

#2. 240 West End Avenue, #14A

Sold for $1.855M
-$170K (-9.2%) since last sale in May 2015

240 West End Avenue (William Raveis Real Estate)
(William Raveis Real Estate)
240-West-End-Avenue-04 (William Raveis Real Estate)
From the listing: int condition pre-war one bedroom home with custom closets and in-home washer/dryer. Perfectly renovated and ready for a new tenant with beautiful hardwood floors, central air, crown & base moldings and a beautifully tiled bathroom. Large kitchen with Bosch & Liebherr appliances, abundant storage & counter top space, and a dishwasher. 240 West End Avenue is a pre-war condominium designed by Rosario Candela in 1925, with full-time doorman and live-in superintendent. Located in one of the most sought-after areas of the Upper West Side, the building is located on the southeast corner of West End Avenue and 71st Street. Minutes from Lincoln Center, Riverside Park, and the 1/2/3 trains at Broadway. Pets allowed case by case.

Griffin-Court-05 (Douglas Elliman)
Griffin-Court-04 Living room
From the listing: Stylish penthouse retreat with 1,200 square feet of space and its own rooftop garden. From its top floor vantage point in the highly regarded Griffin Court condo building, this luxury penthouse commands a spectacular outlook with protected views over Midtown Manhattan. It has been cleverly designed to provide a unique home that takes full advantage of its generous living space and boasts its own private rooftop terrace with breathtaking city vistas.
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