15 Central Park West notches another turn atop Manhattan’s luxury contracts

Unit 27A in the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building asked $25 million

New York /
Mar.March 14, 2022 12:00 PM
15 Central Park West and 37 Warren Street (Google Maps, Compass)

15 Central Park West and 37 Warren Street (Google Maps, Compass)

The top spot among last week’s Manhattan luxury contracts was claimed by a familiar address.

Unit 27A in 15 Central Park West was the priciest contract signed between March 7 and 13, according to Olshan Realty’s weekly report. This is the fourth time this year that a unit at 15 Central Park West has claimed the report’s first or second spot.

The seller is asking $25 million after paying $24.5 million for the condo in 2011 and putting it back on the market in November. The unit spans 3,105 square feet and includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. The living room and primary bedroom feature views of Central Park.

The building was designed by Robert A.M. Stern. Its amenities include a 14,000-square-foot fitness center with a 75-foot pool, a private restaurant, a landscaped motor court and garage, library, business center, game room, outdoor terrace and children’s playroom

The second priciest contract was PHCD at 37 Warren Street, asking nearly $20 million. The unit has 5,499 square feet with four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.

Downstairs, there is a 35-foot living room with a gas fireplace, dining room and eat-in kitchen. There is also a 26-foot great room surrounded by a landscaped terrace totaling 1,345 square feet. The upstairs has a primary bedroom with two en-suite bathrooms, two dressing rooms and a sitting room.

The seller paid $12.7 million for the duplex condo in July 2014 and listed it in December.

The asking prices of all 41 contracts totaled $319 million with a median asking price of $6.59 million. On average, there was a 7 percent discount from original ask to last asking price and units spent an average of 493 days on the market.





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