The penthouse unit at the Athena Group’s 111 Central Park North has closed for $8 million, $500,000 below the asking price it went into contract for last year, but still setting a record price for Harlem. Unable to resell the apartment immediately, the first buyers had to pull out of the deal and lost $850,000, and the developer found a second buyer. Seven homes, all of them three-bedroom, remain available at the building.
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