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100 West 18th Street, PHA (Anchor Associates) 100 West 18th Street, PHA (Anchor Associates)
For the first week of June, 2020, there were a total of 160 condo, condop, and co-op sales recorded in Manhattan with an average price $1.587 million and an aggregate total of $252M. For some perspective, the first week of June 2019 registered nearly three times as many closings with 357 sales totaling to $751M. While there were 30 sales of $2M or more recorded this past week, the figure is a far cry from the 107 +$2M sales recorded during the same period last year. However, we must note that there was an abnormal run-up in residential sales in spring 2019 prior to the state's increase of the Mansion Tax becoming effective.

The majority of the recorded sales last week came from closings that took place during the deepest depths of New York's COVID-19 crisis in April and May. The 58 condo sales came in at an average of $2.68 million or $1,655 per square foot, down from the 178 sales averaging 2.99M ($1,868/ft2) during the same 7-day period of 2019. Last week's 102 co-op sales averaged $958K, down from 172 sales averaging $1.25M, YoY. See the full list below.

1. One57, 157 West 57th Street, #88 – $28,000,000 ($4,494 ft2)

Midtown West | Condo | 4 beds, 4 baths | 6,231 sq ft
(Extell Development Company)
Apartment 88 at One57 has sold two times during the past five years. The first sale during this period was on March 18, 2015 for $47,367,491 ($7,602 / ft2). The price of the apartment decreased by a total of $19,367,491 (-40.9%)

2. 25 Bond Street, #4E – $10,400,000 ($2808 ft2)

NoHo | Condo | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 3,704 sq ft
25 Bond Street 25 Bond Street | BKSK Architects, Paul Warchol
25-Bond-Street 25 Bond, #4E (via Corcoran Group)
Residence 4E at 25 Bond Street is a superbly finished 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom apartment, sprawling across a luxurious and lofty 3,700+ interior square feet.

The entertaining space boasts a width of nearly 45 feet, featuring soaring ceilings, bronze cast windows, a fireplace set in a customized onyx mantle, and beautiful wide plank oak flooring. The open kitchen features custom teak cabinetry designed by Balthaup, polished slate countertops, and a top of the line Miele appliance package including built-in double wall ovens, microwave and espresso machine, a 6-burner range and hood, and two Subzero refrigerators and a Subzero wine refrigerator.

3. 70 Vestry Street, #3E – $9,506,100 ($3,173 ft2)

Tribeca | Condo | 3 beds, 4 baths | 2,996 sq ft
70 Vestry Street (Related Companies/Robert A.M. Stern Architects)
Once in a generation waterfront homes designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architect with interiors by Daniel Romualdez. Ready for immediate occupancy, Residence 3E is a generous three-bedroom home of 2,996 square feet showcasing views over Hudson River Park from its 34-foot corner great room and oversized master bedroom suite with en-suite bathroom and two large walk-in-closets. Interior features include a kitchen with custom oak paneling and Bardiglio Luco marble counters, Miele appliances including two dishwashers, and Sub-Zero wine storage. The secondary bedrooms each have en-suite bathrooms. A gracious entry foyer, powder room for guests, ample closet space, and a separate utility room with double washer/ dryers complete this truly exceptional home.

4. Greenwich Lane, 160 West 12th Street, #96 – $9,150,000 ($3197 ft2)

Greenwich Village | Condo | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 2862 sq ft
160 West 12th Street (Corcoran)
This exceptional 3BR/3.5BA residence on West Twelfth Street offers rare northern exposures over some of the most coveted blocks in the West Village from a private 221 sf terrace through. 11 ft. beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, painted wood and stainless steel finishes invoke the highly crafted style of early modern industrial architecture. Unique painted steel entry doors and vertically paneled interior doors lead into a well-proportioned living room with four large French doors that offer Empire State views from your private terrace.

5. 520 West 28 Street, #11 – $6,700,000 ($2,291 ft2)

Chelsea | Condo | 3 beds, 4 baths | 2,924 sq ft
520 West 28th Street (Zaha Hadid Architects)
Grand and loft-like, this generously-scaled home measures 2924 square feet interior and 198 square feet exterior. The extraordinary Great Room boasts lovely southeast views of the Chelsea skyline, the High Line, and the verdant new sculpture garden – with a perfect balcony to soak it all in. The separate kitchen by Boffi with Gaggenau appliances opens onto a gracious family room to offer an ideal informal living space. A luxurious master suite with dual walk-in closets plus three additional bedrooms with en-suite baths, wet bar, utility room, powder room, and overscaled art walls perfect this remarkable home.

6. The Hubert, 7 Hubert Street, #4A – $6,237,000 ($2440 ft2)

Tribeca | Condo | 3 beds, 3 baths | 2,556 sq ft
The Hubert-03 The Hubert (BKSK Architects)
Located in the heart of the Tribeca North Historic District, residence 4A at The Hubert presents a rare opportunity to own this renovated three-bedroom, three-bathroom home with private terrace. Featuring 11' ceilings and incredible near floor to ceiling casement windows, this loft is flooded with air and light. The ideal layout offers 2,556 interior square feet and over 800 square feet of exterior space.

7. 100 West 18th Street, #10A – $5,000,000 ($2,062 ft2)

Chelsea | Condo | 3 beds, 4 baths | 2,425 sq ft
Three bedroom and 4 bathroom Chelsea penthouse featuring sun-drenched N/S/W panoramic views, wood-burning fireplace, and a glass-enclosed spiral staircase leading to a large private roof deck with Viking gas grill, refrigerator / ice-machine & outdoor shower. Every room has a window, most with breathtaking views of the Empire State Building. Finishes include 10'4" ceiling heights, wide-plank White Oak hardwood floors and Grohe/Kohler bathroom fixtures.

8. 220 Riverside Boulevard, #25C – $4,999,000 ($3462 ft2)

Riverside Dr./West End Ave. | Condo | 2 beds, 2 baths | 1,444 sq ft
Welcome to this fully renovated 5 Bedroom 4 Bath sprawling residence in the Full service 220 Riverside Boulevard Condominium. This apartment has it all, from Hudson River views, picturesque skyline city views, and an uninterrupted exposure over the entirety of Riverside Park.

Entertain your guests from a 41 foot living/ dining room, including a full service bar and enjoy panoramic city and Park views from floor to ceiling windows, facing 4 directions! The large, renovated, Chef's kitchen includes a breakfast area and features brand new Bosch Benchmark appliances, a Subzero wine fridge, Calacatta Borghini marble counter tops, ample cabinet and counter space and an enormous breakfast bar.

9. 1148 Fifth Avenue, #7A – $4,990,000

Carnegie Hill | Co-op | 3 beds, 3.5 baths
Fifth Ave Perfection with Direct Park Views! This beautifully renovated "classic 8" room home has 4 rooms facing Central Park and is in mint condition. Enter into a grand, 35' long gallery off of which all elegant rooms flow. The grand living room with the wood-burning fireplace overlooks the Park at the perfect level. Adjacent to the living room through beveled glass pocket doors is the nearly square formal dining room, which has a large, East facing window.

10. One Lincoln Square, 150 Columbus Avenue, #6C – $4,300,000 ($2127 ft2)

Lincoln Center | Condo | 3 beds, 3.5 baths | 2,022 sq ft
Overlooking Lincoln Center and measuring 2,021 SF across 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, this triple mint condominium residence features grand entertaining space, a corner living room, and a separate dining area. A recent $1.3M meticulous slab-to-slab renovation that was truly a labor of love by its architect, interior designer and owner.

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