If sold at $38M ask, West Village PH would be one of Downtown’s priciest sales

The under-construction pad at 90 Morton Street will be listed for $37.5M

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Jul.July 03, 2018 02:52 PM

90 Morton Street

Brack Capital Real Estate’s new West Village condominium building could bring with it one of the most expensive apartments ever sold south of 14th Street in Manhattan.

A five-bedroom penthouse at 90 Morton Street is hitting the market for $37.5 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. The new development, which launched sales in April, will contain 35 apartments.

Nine apartments within the building are currently in contract, with one asking as much as $16.5 million, according to StreetEasy. 

A rendering of the penthouse at 90 Morton Street

Listing agent Shlomi Reuveni of Reuveni Real Estate told the outlet that it would be one of the most expensive units sold south of 14th Street, if it were to sell for $37.5 million. The pad spans 5,820-square-feet and comes with a library and cantilevered terrace around half the size of the interior. The new residents will take over four bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms.

When completed early next year, the building will include a host of wellness amenities include a 64-foot indoor pool, sauna and fitness center. Brack Capital purchased the 124,000-square-foot property in 2014 for $105 million. [WSJ]David Jeans 

Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Apartment 3D was sold for $6.6 million. The apartment has not been sold.

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