Top residential agents of the week

15 Central Park West pad leads the way in week’s priciest closings

TRD New York /
Mar.March 28, 2014 06:40 PM

Price: $24,000,000

Listing broker: Susan Barkin of Barkin & Associates

Address: 15 Central Park West

Price: $16,000,000

Listing broker: Howard Margolis and Pat Slochower of Douglas Elliman and Kirk Henckels of Stribling & Associates

Address: 655 Park Avenue

Price: $13,100,000

Listing broker: Amy Katcher of the Corcoran Group

Address: 40 West 77th Street

Price: $11,437,500

Listing broker: Vickey Barron of Douglas Elliman

Address: 212 West 18th Street

Price: $7,390,000

Listing broker: Laurie Lewis of the Corcoran Group

Address: 224 West 18th StreetJulie Strickland

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