The Real Deal New York

Category: High-End Listings

  • Noho condo hits the market for $27M

    April 05, 2013 11:45AM
    40 Bond Street

    40 Bond Street

    A full-floor apartment at 40 Bond Street has hit the market for $27 million or $5,033 per square foot, which makes it the most expensive listing in Noho, Curbed reported. [more]

  • From left: Dan Neiditch, president of River 2 River Realty, and the Atelier building

    A block of nine apartments at the Atelier condominium tower in Hell’s Kitchen hit the market today with an asking price of $85 million. If combined as advertised, the units would become a 10,000-square-foot apartment spanning the entire 45th floor at 635 West 42nd Street.

    The price includes a $2 million construction credit, according to Curbed, which first spotted the listing. [more]

  • Renderings of the Odeon penthouse

    Looks like New York City developers might need to step up their game. The builders behind the under-construction Odeon Tower in Monaco, which is set to be the most expensive property per square meter on Earth, could list the penthouse for a staggering $250 million, Curbed noted. This asking price would make it the world’s most expensive apartment on the market. [more]

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  • Leroy Schecter and the floorplan of his 15 Central Park west pad

    Metal mogul Leroy Schecter has slashed the asking price for his deluxe pad at 15 Central Park West. The Marino/Ware Industries chairman now wants $85 million — not $95 million — for his two-unit combo at the exclusive Upper West Side building, Curbed reported. [more]

  • One Beacon Court and the Pierre (credit: Property Shark)

    One Beacon Court and the Pierre (credit: Property Shark)

    Last week, news broke that Steven Cohen, founder of the hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors, would list his duplex penthouse at One Beacon Court, the condominium tower at 151 East 58th Street in Midtown, for $115 million. That figure would have marked a record high asking price for a New York City home, but it was soon eclipsed by the reported $125 million asking price for a triplex penthouse at the Pierre at 795 Fifth Avenue, formerly owned by the late financial analyst Martin Zweig. And while those listings would make just about anyone’s jaw drop, real estate insiders were almost blasé about the price tags. [more]

  • From left: Elizabeth Sample, Brenda Powers, Serena Boardman and the top of the Pierre

    Speculate no longer: the asking price for late stock market pundit Martin Zweig’s penthouse at the Pierre Hotel has been decided, and it’s $125 million, making the home the most expensive on the market in New York City, the New York Times reported. [more]