These were September’s top 3 residential sales

New York /
Oct.October 15, 2019 08:30 AM

Once the city’s most expensive listing, a luxury co-op at at 834 Fifth Avenue sold for $53 million to billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller. That and another condo sale at 220 Central Park South were some of the priciest residential property trades in September.

Watch this video to see the full list.


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