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Lenox Hill co-op tops week’s priciest sales

TRD New York /
May.May 16, 2014 06:16 PM

Price: $10,000,000

Listing broker: Anne Easton of Douglas Elliman

Address: 795 Fifth Avenue #2501-7

Price: $6,900,000

Listing broker: Barbara Anderson Terry of Sotheby’s

Address: 480 Park Avenue 20/21A

Price: $6,300,000

Listing brokers: Sophia Ajilore and Toshi Suganuma of R.O.S.E. Management

Address: 106 Central Park South #36A

Price: $6,200,000

Listing brokers: Luis Ortiz and Ronita Kalra of Douglas Elliman

Address: 353 Central Park West #4

Price: $5,800,000

Listing brokers: Frances Katzen and Steven Giles of Douglas Elliman

Address: 320 Central Park West #14A

— Christopher Cameron


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