Citi Bikers hit their first milestone, Wal-Mart invades Long Island and more numbers to know

By Hayley Kaplan | July 03, 2013 01:00PM

“Numbers to know” is a weekly web feature that catalogues the most notable, quirky and surprising real estate statistics. Wal-Mart expands on Long Island, Citi Bike riders pass the one million mile mark and a 15 Central Park West unit with over 1,600 square feet of terrace space hits the market.

$1.35 million
Sale price of unit 4 at 54 Pine Street, which was recently featured on “Million Dollar Listing New York,” listed with Luis D. Ortiz of Keller Williams NYC [StreetEasy]

1.28 million
Miles (and counting) Citi Bike users have traveled so far [Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Office]

Funds Mayor Michael Bloomberg donated to the Juan Bosch Plaza at Highbridge Park in Washington Heights, which celebrated its opening last Friday [New York Department of Parks and Recreation]

Average price per room of a prewar co-op on the Upper East Side — the most expensive type of co-op in the city [Brown Harris Stevens]

Square feet at the new Wal-Mart in Levittown, Long Island, which is set to open next week [Breslin Realty]

Square feet of The Largest Terrace at 15 Central Park West; it’s currently on the market with Kyle Blackmon of Brown Harris Stevens for $32 million [StreetEasy]

New sales listings for one-bedrooms — the unit type with the highest level of inventory in Manhattan — in June [Maxwell Jacobs]

New units of affordable housing at Cypress Village in East New York, Brooklyn, 25 percent of which will be made available to Hurricane Sandy victims [HPD]

5 percent
Decrease in home offers nationwide in June, which is attributed to the rise in mortgage rates [Redfin]

Number of market reports released this week by residential brokerages that agreed on the median sale price of a Manhattan apartment in the second quarter; the range was $814,000 to $865,000