One57 pad sells for $28M

Adjacent unit on the 67th floor sold for $30M in March

TRD New York /
Aug.August 24, 2015 09:37 AM

Another day, another hefty seven-digit buy at One57.

A sponsor unit at the ultra-deluxe 90-story condo building sold for $28 million.

The apartment, the 4,116-square-foot unit 67B at 157 West 57th Street, occupies half the floor and features a spacious grand salon and spectacular Central Park views, according to a listing on StreetEasy.

Corcoran’s Cathy Franklin and Alexis Bodenheimer represented the buyer, who is only identified by his or her LLC, called Tower 67B, the New York Times reported. The sale closed in July, according to city documents.

The adjacent unit, the 4,500-square-foot 67A, sold for $30 million in March to a Chinese buyer, Dojiang Li.

Gary Barnett’s Extell Development’s One57 is also home to the most expensive condo ever sold in the city, which went for $100 million back in January. [NYT]  – Ariel Stulberg

Correction: A previous version of this story erroneously described unit 67B as the most expensive recorded sale last week.

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