The week’s most expensive listing was a four-bedroom apartment at 20 West 53rd Street for $27 million. The price works out to $5,924 per square foot. The 4,557-square-foot unit is located on the 47th floor and boasts 360-degree views of Manhattan’s skyline. The apartment, located on top of the Baccarat Hotel, has four-and-a-half bathrooms and is exclusively listed with the Corcoran Group. Residents can use the Baccarat’s hotel amenities, such as spa, bar and restaurants.
The Corcoran Group’s Sara Gelbard and Paul Kolbusz had the week’s second priciest listing with a townhouse at 243 East 17th Street for $16.9 million. The house has a total of 26 rooms. The Gramercy Park home includes six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, according to the listing. The home was built in the 1800s in Anglo-Italianate style, according to the listing. The house includes hardwood floors, high ceilings and original moldings throughout the home.
Brown Harris Stevens’ Wendy Sarasohn, Jamie Joseph and Tania Isacoff had the third priciest listing with a two-bedroom unit at 145 Central Park West. The 15th floor apartment in the San Remo on the Upper West Side was listed for $5.95 million. Interior designer Frank DelleDonne designed the property.
Gallery Properties’ Dana Lang had the week’s cheapest listing with a one-bedroom apartment at 55 Park Terrace East for $249,000. The price of the 600-square-foot unit in Inwood comes down to $415 per square foot. The apartment includes herringbone hardwood floors, a sunken living room and beamed ceilings, according to the listing.
The week’s second cheapest listing was a $260,000 studio at 321 East 43rd Street. The Turtle Bay co-op is 200 square feet, according to the listing, and the price comes down to $1,300 per square foot. Space Marketing Shop’s Jennifer Hsu and Lawrence Hakimi had the listing. The building has a doorman and an elevator.
YGNY Realty’s Yael Gluska had the week’s third cheapest listing with a studio for $275,000 at 335 East 85th Street. The Yorkville co-op includes an eat-in kitchen, hardwood floors and laundry in the building, according to the listing. — Claire Moses