The Whitman at 21 East 26th Street

New York /
Jul.July 10, 2014 12:48 PM

The Whitman is a small pre-war condo conversion that boasts spacious apartments along with eight figure prices. Located at 21 East 26th Street, overlooking Madison Square Park, the project is home to three full-floor homes that measure nearly 5,000 square feet each, along with a 6,540-square-foot duplex penthouse. Sales started in February 2013, with the three full-floor homes selling out, including one to former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton and financier husband Marc Mezvinsky and another to NASCAR star Jeff Gordon, according to reports. Only the four-bedroom, six-bathroom penthouse remained on the market as of press time, asking $23.5 million. Building amenities include doorman, elevator, gym, storage and package room. The project was developed by Mitchell Holdings and designed by architect Jeffrey Cole. Contact www.thewhitman.com or 212-488-8660.

NAMEThe WhitmanPRICE RANGE$23,500,000
ADDRESS21 East 26th StreetSIZE RANGE6,540 Sq Ft
TYPEConversionAVG PPSF$3,593
TOTAL UNITS4TAX ABATEMENTNo
DEVELOPERMitchell HoldingsAVG COMMON CHARGE$1.20/sf
BROKERDouglas EllimanFINISHED BYComplete
Source: Streeteasy, BuzzBuzzHome, TRD, news reports. Data as of early July. List primarily includes Manhattan condo projects that have started sales since Jan. 1, 2010 that have units on market. Projects that started sales since Jan. 1, 2010 that subsequently sold out, have all units in contract or don’t currently have any listings on the market were excluded in most cases. “Price range,” “Size range,” “Avg PPSF (Price Per Square Foot)” and “Common Charge” refer to units currently for sale.

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