From the January issue: In a year full of eye-popping luxury listings — in the second half of 2012, four homes hit the market asking at least $90 million — pricing a New York City apartment can seem increasingly subjective. Right now, for example, a five-bedroom spread at 15 Central Park West is on the market for $95 million, even though it’s some 20 percent smaller than the $88 million penthouse in the building that set records when it sold last year. What justifies the higher price? The smaller unit has better views, listing broker Emily Beare of residential brokerage CORE recently told the Wall Street Journal. [more]
How much is that Central Park view really worth?
January 14, 2013 10:00AM
By Katherine Clarke