The five most expensive homes listed in NYC last week

Townhouses, Lower Manhattan led the market in mid-December

TRD New York /
Dec.December 18, 2019 12:00 PM
426 West 22nd Street, 200 Chambers Street and 132 West 11th Street

426 West 22nd Street, 200 Chambers Street and 132 West 11th Street

UPDATED Monday, December 23, 2019, 1:10 p.m.: Lower Manhattan properties dominated last week’s supply of fresh listings.

The second week of December saw the five priciest homes new to the market range from $50 million to $6.6 million, compared with the previous week’s spread of $19.5 million to just under $10 million. The listings were pulled according to an analysis of StreetEasy and Compass data, and one submitted listing.

The two most expensive new listings were townhouses.

Though it falls outside of The Real Deal’s methodology, the most expensive listing of the week by far was a West Village townhouse that hit the market quietly on Brown Harris Stevens’ website asking $50 million.

Combined, the five priciest listings in New York City between Dec. 9 through Dec. 15 seek nearly $89.4 million.

Here’s a look at the top five listings.

1. 11 West 10th Street | Greenwich Village | $50 million
The gigantic townhouse is nearly 55 feet wide and freshly renovated. The home was originally assembled from two properties owned by investor Jeremiah Milbank in the early 1990s and he later converted it into a residence for young businesswomen. Broker Paula Del Nunzio is handling the sale.

2. 132 West 11th Street | West Village | $18.5 million
This 1900-era townhouse was listed for the first time in 30 years. The four-bedroom home spans 6,600 square feet and includes a library, chef’s kitchen and a double-height ceilinged art studio that is currently a separate residence. The home is 22 feet wide and includes a garden in the back and terraces. Michael Bolla of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.

3. 426 West 22nd Street | Chelsea | $7.499 million
Another townhouse originally built in 1900 is partitioned into three residences. The ground-floor duplex consists of more than 2,300 square feet containing three bedrooms, three bathrooms and four wood-burning fireplaces. There is also a roughly 800-square-foot private garden. The two units above each have two wood-burning fireplaces, exposed brick interiors and private terraces. The listing is with Candice Milano and Malessa Rambarran of Halstead.

4. 200 Chambers Street #26CD | Tribeca | $6.8 million
This four-bedroom, four-bath condo includes a home office and comes with a separate storage unit. The 2005 building, developed by Jack Resnick & Sons and designed by Costas Kondylis & Partners, spans 29 floors. Amenities for residents include bike parking, a landscaped roof terrace, kids playroom, lounge, gym and a 50-foot sky-lit lap pool. Douglas Elliman’s Joe Peraino is handling the listing.

5. One Manhattan Square #58J | Lower East Side | $6.6 million
This three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath unit features a premium Miele and Subzero appliance package that includes a wine bar for the kitchen. An ensuite bathroom for the master suite includes a steam shower, radiant floor heating and a Wetstyle soaking bathtub with custom stonework. The nearly 2,350-square-foot condo at Gary Barnett’s One Manhattan Square is not a sponsor unit. Private building amenities include a motor court, a piano lounge, bowling alley, screening room, 75-foot pool, spa, basketball and squash courts and golf simulator. Ariel Cohen of Douglas Elliman has the listing.

Clarification: The story was updated to include the Milbank House listing at 11 West 10th Street.

Write to Erin Hudson at [email protected]


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