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Here’s a list of the ten highest recorded closings of the past week. Of note, actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ parents’ parkside-pad sold for $17M after seven months on the market, and two buzzy downtown architectural standouts topped the list of top sales this week. Read on for more top closings.

1. 56 Leonard Street, #PH55 - $21.8 Million

56-leonard-PH55-interior Image via Corcoran
This 5,186-square-foot, 55th-floor penthouse in the 60-story Herzog & de Meuron-designed tower has four exposures providing panoramic views from river to river and across the NYC skyline, direct elevator access, and three private balconies. Building amenities at this amazing vertical city include a 75-foot infinity edge pool, a sundeck, a fitness center, a spa, a library lounge, a screening room, a conference room and a Tribeca Tot room.

2. Walker Tower, #PH5 - $17.5 Million

walker-tower-PH5-interior Image via Corcoran
This gorgeous duplex penthouse occupies 3,396-square feet including three bedrooms and a 190-square-foot terrace with open downtown views. Entertaining space includes a state-of-the-art Smallbone open kitchen, a sitting room with a wood-burning fireplace, a full bathroom, and a separate laundry/utility room. Upstairs there's a master bedroom suite with great views and two additional bedrooms. The stunning Chelsea Art Deco condo conversion, built in 1929, offers a 24-hour doorman, concierge, library lounge with pantry and bar, refrigerated storage for deliveries, playroom, bike storage room, fitness center, and a landscaped common roof deck with dining area, sun lawn, observation area and covered cabana room.

3. 1125 Fifth Avenue, #9FL - $16 Million

1125-fifth-ave-9FL-interior Image via Corcoran
The seller of this sprawling sky-mansion on the Upper East Side steps from Central Park was Phyllis Louis-Dreyfus, stepmom of actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus; the "Veep" star's father, billionaire Willam Louis-Dreyfus, passed away late last year. The 12-room full-floor co-op with 50 feet of Fifth Avenue frontage has breathtaking views of Central Park, the Reservoir and the Central Park West skyline. In addition to the home's four large bedrooms, a double staff room with bath could easily be re-configured into a fifth bedroom.

4. 10 Madison Square West, #21B - $15.8 Million

10-madison-square-west-21B Image via Douglas Elliman
This park-facing, corner residence with private outdoor space was designed by the world-renowned Alan Wanzenberg. The home encompasses 3,238 square feet and has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. Some of it's major selling points were definitely it's 425 x 245 great room that features an all-glass southern wall overlooking Madison Square Park, and a stunning master suite with an enormous park-facing window, two walk-in closets, and a custom double vanity, soaking tub, and separate stall shower in the master bath.

5. 443 Greenwich Street, #PHF - $14.3 Million

443-greenwich-street-PHF Image via Cantor and Pecorella
Tribeca's 443 Greenwich Street was meticulously restored by Cetra Ruddy Architects to offer an unparalleled combination of space, luxury finishes, privacy, and location. This grand penthouse includes three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and access to building amenities which include a landscaped courtyard designed by Hank White, 71-foot indoor swimming pool, 5,000-square-foot landscaped roof deck, and private fitness studios.

6. 56 Leonard Street, #49E → $13 Million

7. 944 Park Avenue, #14 → $11.5 Million

8. The Greenwich Lane, #PH7W → $11.3 Million

9. 56 Leonard Street, #46E → $11.2 Million

10. 155 East 79th Street, #2 → $11 Million

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