These were August’s top 3 residential deals

TRD New York /
Sep.September 13, 2019 08:15 AM

August is slow, but it didn’t stop three anonymous buyers from snapping up giant condos in some of the hottest residential buildings in Manhattan. This includes 220 Central Park South, where British musician Sting recently bought a $65.7 million penthouse , and 565 Broome Street, where tennis player Novak Djokovic scooped up two, two-bedroom condos in 2017.

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