Greenwich Lane’s $45M penthouse in contract

Rudin project's priciest pad hit market at $8,050 per square foot

New York /
Mar.March 12, 2015 03:10 PM

A $45 million penthouse at the Greenwich Lane — the priciest apartment at the Rudin family and Global Holdings’ condominium conversion of the former St. Vincent’s Hospital — is under contract, The Real Deal has learned. The pad hit the market asking an astronomical $8,050 per square foot.

The duplex, on the 16th and 17th floors of 155 West 11th Street, measures 5,587 square feet and boasts 1,600 square feet of outdoor space. Accessible via private elevator, it has four bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths and floor-to-ceiling windows. The master suite has a 184-square-foot Private Terrace and there’s a wraparound terrace off the living room, which also has a fireplace and wet bar.

Representatives for Greenwich Lane declined to comment. Developed by Rudin Management and Eyal Ofer’s Global Holdings, the FXFOWLE-designed project is comprised of five buildings and five townhouses. The  Greenwich Lane is nearly 80 percent sold, according to Olshan Realty’s weekly luxury report.

The $45 million pad is “one of the most expensive apartments to ever sell in Greenwich Village,” Donna Olshan said.

A $33 million penthouse at Greenwich Lane’s 160 West 12th Street went into contract at the end of February. Designer Michael Kors bought a three-bedroom penthouse at the complex for between $17 million and $21 million, and former Mets and Yankees pitcher David Cone is in contract on a nearly $8 million pad.


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