These are some of the most notable resi sales last week

A condo at 30 Park Place sells for $11M

TRD New York /
Feb.February 11, 2019 03:00 PM

From left: 30 Park place and 212 Fifth Avenue with Adam Alpert (Credit: Billboard)

Some of the top residential deals for New York City last week included a Metropolitan Opera executive selling her Sherry Netherland co-op for $11 million and billionaire Thomas Peterffy dropping $22 million for a unit at 810 Fifth Avenue. But there was a wealth of other transactions that didn’t make headlines. Here are a few other memorable sales that hit public records last week.

Source: A TRD review of public records filed with the New York City Department of Finance from Feb. 4 to Feb. 8.

1. A four-bedroom, roughly 3,700-square-foot sponsor unit at Silverstein Properties’ 30 Park Place traded for $11.1 million, which prices out to about $3,000 per square foot. The buyer of the Tribeca pad was Olessya Belovich, who appears to be an interior designer from Kazakhstan.

2. Debra Fierro and David Trucano, executives at JPMorgan Chase and BlackRock, respectively, snapped up an Upper East Side townhouse at 216 East 72nd Street for about $8.9 million. Anita Cela and David Helfgott were the sellers of the four-story, single-family home, which was built in the 1890’s. The Corcoran Group’s Sharon Baum had the listing.

3. Interior designer Steven Gambrel parted with his three-story, 25-foot-wide townhouse at 68 Morton Street for about $7.8 million, which comes out to about $2,600 per square foot. He listed the West Village property last year for just under $9 million after picking up the home in 2011 for about $3.9 million, according to Curbed. The buyer was anonymous, recorded as “Dark Bay Hollow LLC.” Compass’ Joshua Wesoky and Chad Longmore had the listing.

4. Adam Alpert, the founder of Sony Music subsidiary Disruptor Records, bought a sponsor unit at 212 Fifth Avenue in NoMad for $6.65 million. Sotheby’s International Realty is handling retail sales for the property, a condominium conversion development by Madison Equities, Thor Equities and Building and Land Technology. Alpert’s new unit has three bedroom and spans about 2,700 square feet, according to StreetEasy. That prices the deal at just under 2,500 per square foot.

Kevin Sun contributed reporting.

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