The last penthouse at 443 Greenwich just sold for $15M

It was listed for $16.25M

TRD NEW YORK /
Mar.March 12, 2019 11:30 AM

443 Greenwich Street with Ronald and Michelle Saltz

The final penthouse at MetroLoft Management’s 443 Greenwich Street just sold.

Ronald and Michelle Saltz picked up the 3,400-square-foot Unit PHF for $15 million, according to records filed with New York City’s Department of Finance. That works out to roughly $4,300 per square foot.

Corcoran’s Patricia Lockridge had the listing, which was last asking $16.25 million.

The unit includes outdoor terrace space, a private keyed elevator and an independent service entrance. The building’s amenities feature a 71-foot indoor swimming pool, kids’ playroom, fitness center and Turkish bath.

The Saltz family owns Anderson Acres Farm in Kent, Connecticut. The family bought the 200-acre estate in 2011. The farm has since developed a flower production operation and also includes a private homestead including vegetable gardens, bee hives and fruit trees. Michelle Saltz didn’t immediately respond to request for comment.

Last month, a triplex that appeared to belong to Formula One star Lewis Hamilton hit the market for a steep $57 million. He reportedly bought it for $44 million in 2017. Last year, Jet.com’s founder Marc Lore bought another five-bedroom penthouse at 443 Greenwich Street for about $43.8 million, nearly $14 million off from its $58 million asking price.


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