Duplex in Carhart Mansion, condos with park views among priciest listings last week

The top 5 offerings in NYC totaled $128M

TRD NEW YORK /
Mar.March 10, 2020 08:30 AM
3 East 95th Street (Credit: Google Maps)

3 East 95th Street (Credit: Google Maps)

Lofty units with Central Park views dominated last week’s priciest listings.

Combined, the top five listings in New York City totaled $127.7 million, that’s $20.7 million more than the previous week’s total.

Here’s a look at the five most expensive properties to hit the market between March 2 through March 8, according to an analysis of StreetEasy and Compass data.

1. 111 West 57th Street, Unit #68 | Midtown | $30 million
The three-bedroom sponsor unit spans close to 3,900 square feet and an entire floor in JDS Development Group’s slender tower. The condo includes refrigerated wine storage, 14-foot ceilings and Gaggenau kitchen appliances. Douglas Elliman’s Amy Williamson has the listing.

2. 3 East 95th Street, Duplex Unit | Upper East Side | $28.4 million
The 10,350-square-foot condo is a duplex with the landmarked Carhart Mansion, which was built in 1916 and celebrated for its 18th century French Classicism. The unit has private elevator access, a wood-burning fireplace and a large balcony. Stan Ponte of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.

3. 50 Central Park South, Unit #24B | Midtown | $25 million
The three-bedroom condo at the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton overlooks Central Park from its master bedroom and living room areas. The 3,895-square-foot unit has an eat-in kitchen and two walk-in closets. Yifan Zhao of Compass is handling the listing.

4. One57, Unit #58A | Midtown | $24.8 million
The 4,483-square-foot unit high in the tower on West 57th Street has 58 feet of floor-to-ceiling windows facing Central Park. The condo has three bedrooms, four and a half baths and its grand salon consists of a backlit bar, entertainment center and formal dining room. The unit was the first in the building to be flipped in 2014 for $34 million. The listing is with Deborah Kern of The Corcoran Group.

5. 520 Park Avenue, Unit #25 | Upper East Side | $19.5 million
The three-bedroom single-floor home sprawls 4,628-square-feet. It consists of a library, family room, living room, gallery, kitchen and dining room. The unit has 11-foot ceilings and White Oak hardwood floors. It was sold to an anonymous buyer for $21 million in 2018. Compass’ Brian Lewis has the listing.

Write to Erin Hudson at [email protected]


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Kuwaiti Permanent Representative to the United Nations Mansour al-Otaibi and 50 United Nations Plaza (Credit: Sony Ramany/NurPhoto via Getty Images, Google Maps)

Kuwait’s consulate general buys 50 UN Plaza pad for $16M

Web searches for terms including “homes for sale” are way down up north. (Credit: Pixabay)

Fewer Canadians are searching for homes online amid pandemic

Massive stimulus package has limited upside for real estate

Massive stimulus package has limited upside for real estate

About 450 sellers pulled their listings last week (Credit: iStock)

As New York shut down, so did its resi market

Is REBNY and StreetEasy’s decision a much-needed reprieve or data manipulation? (Credit: Pixabay)

Decision by StreetEasy, REBNY to stop market clock triggers debate

The Atelier at 635 W. 42nd Street and 70 Charles Street (Credit: Google Maps)

One of NYC’s priciest listings to appear on the market last week is already in contract

Jacqueline Friedman Brogadir and 993 Fifth Avenue, 10th Floor (Credit: Brown Harris Stevens, Patrick McMullan/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Daughter of Goldman exec nabs Fifth Avenue co-op for $25M

Clockwise from top left: Halstead’s Diane Ramirez, Douglas Elliman’s Howard Lorber, Corcoran Group’s Pam Liebman and Brown Harris Stevens’ Bess Freedman (Credit: Getty Images; iStock)

Tension lingers over showings as brokerage chiefs navigate pandemic

arrow_forward_ios
Loading...