The Real Deal New York

What’s left at One57

January 15, 2013 10:30AM

Click to enlarge (source: Curbed)

With all the buzz surrounding what’s to come with Gary Barnett’s newest luxury tower at Broadway and West 57th Streetslated to be the tallest residential tower in the nation — what is still available at Barnett’s other record-breaking project One57 should not be forgotten. According to Curbed, there is still a wide range of units left to be had in the bastion of billionaires.

The tower’s cheapest unit — a two-bedroom, two-bathroom asking $8.9 million — is still available, featuring southern and western exposures. And the most expensive unit left in the building is  a full-floor, four-bedroom, five-bathroom unit, #81, seeking $54 million.

However the building’s current availability sheet only lists six properties and it is unclear whether the rest have sold or whether some units have not yet hit the market. [Curbed]Christopher Cameron

  • http://twitter.com/ErikRealtor Erik Russell

    What I don’t get is why there is a tax abatement at all. If you can afford to purchase there, you can afford the taxes. The taxes without the abatement are not that bad compared to NJ.

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