Pair of Puck Building penthouses list for combined $57M

First unit at Jared Kushner development sold for $28M

TRD New York /
Oct.October 01, 2014 08:00 AM

The sale of a penthouse at the Puck Building in May for $28 million appears to have encouraged developer Jared Kushner — so much so thatSotheby’s International Realty has now listed two additional penthouses at 295 Lafayette Street for a combined total ask of $57 million.

Sotheby’s Nikki Field is marketing a three-bedroom, five-bathroom unit at the Soho building for $35.1 million, Curbed reported. The home has 5,222 square feet of interior space and an outdoor area measuring nearly 800 square feet.

The second – and smallest of the six total penthouses at 4,895 square feet – has hit the market for $22 million after initially listing for $21 million in January.

Nikki Field’s team at Sotheby’s replaced a Douglas Elliman team  — led by Raphael De Niro — in marketing the units, as The Real Deal previously reported. [Curbed]Tom DiChristopher


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