Town to market Upper West Side condos for Sackman family

Prices for units in the new building range from $2.7M to $8.5M

TRD New York /
Mar.March 13, 2014 12:39 PM

The Sackman family has hired brokerage Town Residential to handle marketing and sales exclusively for a newly built condominium on the Upper West Side.

The 14 homes at 732 West End Avenue between Riverside Park and Broadway hit the market last summer, as The Real Deal previously reported.

The building houses 12 full-floor, three-bedroom apartments, a ground-floor 2,892-square-foot triplex maisonette, and a four-bedroom penthouse, according to listings. Prices range from $2.728 million to $8.505 million. Residents have access to private keyed elevators, outdoor space and a 24-hour fitness center.

A number of firms represented the units previously, including Keyah Properties and Suzanne Jacoby. As of now, the Sackmans have sold 20 percent of the units, according to a press release. The family’s under-the-radar company, Sackman Enterprises, purchased the property for $3.2 million in 2007, city records show.

The firm owns a number of Manhattan properties, including nearby 15 and 17 West 96th Street, which it sought to demolish for the construction of a 13-story rental building.  –– Angela Hunt

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