Manhattan’s priciest building buys

 30 Hudson Yards
30 Hudson Yards
 Coca-Cola Building
Coca-Cola Building
330 Madison Avenue
330 Madison Avenue

WarnerMedia’s $2.16 billion sale-leaseback of its Hudson Yards office condo topped this year’s list of the 10 most expensive investment sales in New York. In total, the 10 biggest deals of 2019 had a combined value of $8.06 billion, just slightly below last year’s $8.36 billion.

The 10 Priciest Manhattan Building Sales of 2019

RankNameAddressPriceBuyer(s)Seller(s)Listing Brokerage(s)
130 Hudson Yards condo30 Hudson Yards$2.16BRelated CompaniesWarnerMediaCushman & Wakefield
2Coca-Cola building711 Fifth Avenue$937MMichael Shvo, Serdar Bilgili, BVKWafra Capital PartnersN/A
3Coca-Cola building711 Fifth Avenue$909MNightingale Properties, Wafra Capital PartnersCoca-Cola CompanyCushman & Wakefield
4330 Madison Avenue330 Madison Avenue$900MAbu Dhabi Investment AuthorityVornado Realty TrustCBRE
5424 Fifth Avenue424 Fifth Avenue$850MWeWork Property AdvisorsHudson’s Bay CompanyN/A
6450 West 15th Street450 West 15th Street$592MGoogleJamestown PropertiesCushman & Wakefield
7885 Second Avenue885 Second Avenue$566MRockpoint GroupRuben CompaniesCushman & Wakefield
8850 Third Avenue850 Third Avenue$422MJacob ChetritHNA Group, MHP Real Estate Services, ATCO Properties & ManagementMHP Real Estate Services
9521 Fifth Avenue521 Fifth Avenue$379MSavannaSL Green Realty, Quantum Global Real Estate Partners, LaSalle Investment ManagementCBRE
10345 Park Avenue South345 Park Avenue South$344.5MDeerfield ManagementRFR RealtyN/A
Source: First published in December 2019 on TRD analysis of public records data, news reports and industry sources from January 2019 to mid-December 2019.