Developer lists two Walker Tower pads as one — and asks $44M

Combined, units offer 6,975 square feet inside, 980 square feet of outdoor space

TRD New York /
Dec.December 03, 2014 11:00 AM

Elliott Joseph, a principal at Walker Tower co-developer Property Markets Group, is asking a combined $44.5 million for a pair of apartments at the Chelsea condominium building.

The 18th-floor apartments at the condo conversion hit the market earlier this year, respectively, for $34 million and $10.5 million. Joseph told the Wall Street Journal he waited for a 6,500-square-foot penthouse to sell, for $40.7 million, before re-listing the apartments.

“I didn’t want to be in competition” with that apartment, Joseph told the newspaper.

Together, the units offer 6,975 square feet inside and 980 square feet of outdoor space from three terraces. They collectively have six bedrooms, two kitchens, six bathrooms and two powder rooms.

Douglas Elliman’s Michael Graves, who has the listing, said the units have a better per-square-foot value than the penthouse by itself. [WSJ]Mark Maurer


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