Ismael Leyva, the architect behind notable Manhattan buildings such as the Yves Chelsea and Place 57, has listed his own apartment at 353 Central Park West for $7.75 million, StreetEasy shows. [more]
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Buyers of apartments in the Carlyle co-op hotel on East 76th Street pay $10.23 per square-foot per month in maintenance charges for services such as twice-daily housekeeping, bathrobe and sheet use, discounts on hotel services, training sessions and room service. According to the New York Times, the price, which comes out to $455,352 for Hollywood power broker Brad Grey’s 3,000-square-foot apartment, is the highest in the city.
The Trump Soho ($7.60 per foot), Trump International ($6.72), the Sherry-Netherland ($6.03), the Mark ($4.47) and the Stanhope ($4.32) are some of the other Manhattan apartment buildings with the highest common or maintenance fees, according to Miller Samuel data. [more]
Metal mogul Leroy Schecter is betting that by combining his two units in 15 Central Park West he can top Sanford Weill’s record sales price in the building. The Wall Street Journal reported that Schechter is combining his two units on the 35th floor, for which he paid a combined $18.9 million, and listing them for $95 million with Emily Beare of Core. [more]
JDS Development’s conversion of the Verizon building in Chelsea will yield 53 condominium units priced between $3,000 and $10,000 per square foot, the New York Times reported.
As The Real Deal previously reported, the project is a joint venture between JDS Development and Property Markets Group and obtained equity from Barry Sternlicht’s Starwood Capital. It is set to hit the market in this spring under Core, which told The Real Deal yesterday that it selected Vickey Barron and Emily Beare to head the marketing effort. [more]
Savanna Partners’ condominium 141 Fifth Avenue has officially sold out, according to Curbed, after unloading its one remaining unit, the Cupola penthouse.The listing, which was marketed by Core’s Emily Beare, had an asking price of $17.5 million, but reportedly sold for $12.9 million. The six-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom unit, was one of three penthouses in the building that remained on the market for over a year after the building’s remaining 35 units had sold. The unit includes a terrace and full-floor bathroom. [Curbed]… [more]
A floorplan for the $55 million combination spread, Yankees star Alex Rodriguez, who used to rent the lesser of the two units, and the exterior of 15 Central Park West
Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez has officially moved out of his blockbuster 15 Central Park West rental, but those hoping to snag his place are out of luck — at least until next year.
Leroy Schecter, the steel mogul who owns both A-Rod’s former unit and the one next door, and who has been trying to sell them for a combined $55 million since last March, pulled the listing from the market this week. Emily Beare, the Core broker in charge of marketing the 35th-floor condominiums on Schecter’s behalf, told The Real Deal that the owner is planning to physically combine the units in an attempt to generate higher offers…. [more]
A two-unit package at 15 Central Park West with a $55 million asking price has entered negotiations, sources close to the deal say. Although the units have not yet been combined, 35AB would become one of the building’s largest units, spanning 5,600 square feet, according to listing broker Emily Beare, an executive vice president with Core.
The configuration of the two units has made it a particularly attractive listing, Beare said.
“[The seller is] the only owner that has two apartments on [the same] floor where you’re able to do a combination,” Beare said of the listing, which has been on the market since April. … [more]