Numbers to know: the Bronx grows cold, a royal lawsuit, a pricey pad … and more

By Julie Strickland | November 07, 2013 02:45PM

“Numbers to know” is a weekly web feature that catalogues the most notable, quirky and surprising real estate statistics. Today: City planners sign off on a plan by KNIC Partners to convert the Kingsbridge Armory into an ice sports center and Nordic Custom Builders sues Jordan’s Princess Firyal for allegedly not paying the remodeling bill for her Upper East Side pad.

$275 million Estimated cost of the Kingbridge Armory ice center conversion, approved unanimously Wednesday by the City Planning Commission. [Press release]

$15.47 million Closing price of a seven-room condominium at Zeckendorf Development’s 18 Gramercy Park South. [ACRIS]

$22,775 Amount that Princess Firyal of Jordan allegedly owes Nordic Custom Builders Inc. for renovating her 1 East 66th Street co-op. [SCROLL]

$7,328 Per-square-foot price of the week’s largest transaction at 15 Central Park West. [CityRealty]

22 Number of contracts signed last week for residential properties over $4 million. [Olshan Luxury Market Report]

7 Percentage decrease in U.S. mortgage applications since last week. [Press release]

4 Number of single-family New York City homes currently on the market for $100 million or more. [StreetEasy]