A retrospective on 2013’s residential sales

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TRD NEW YORK /
Feb.February 14, 2014 02:23 PM

From the Data Book: Despite a stronger market, Manhattan’s priciest closed residential deals were surprisingly smaller in 2013. The year’s priciest closed deal, a condo at 18 Gramercy Park South, cost just $42 million, a far cry from 2012’s record of $88 million. But don’t rush to the conclusion that the market is underperforming. In fact, some recent blockbuster deals, including a few that reportedly cost more than $90 million, won’t close until 2014, according to brokers. So stay tuned for new records to emerge. See a list of the top 20 deals of last year here. (Note: an earlier version of this chart had several addresses that were incorrectly listed due to a layout error.)

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