Manhattan condo inventory through September 2018

A roundup of news and data on the residential market

Nov.November 15, 2018 10:00 AM

MANHATTAN

  • Inventory grew slightly as new filings outpaced sales
  •  Developers filed two plans with a total of 110 units
  • Four plans were approved for sale in September, with 176 units and a total sellout of $427 million
  • Buyers purchased 92 units valued at $420 million.

Supply

Most expensive condo projects approved

DEVELOPERADDRESSTOTAL SELLOUTRESI. UNITS
Toll Brothers77 Charlton Street$327,230,000161
Mink Development39 East 72nd Street$60,000,0003
Einhorn Development
Group
132-134 West 83rd Street$28,975,0006
Yaniv Zohar215 West 122nd Street $10,855,0006

Largest condo projects filed

DEVELOPERADDRESSRESI. UNITSTOTAL SELLOUT
HAP Investments215 West 28th Street87N/A
Cape Advisors73 West Broadway23N/A

DEMAND

SPONSOR
SALE PRICEADDRESSUNIT
Related Companies$28,000,00070 Vestry Street8N
Related Companies$24,006,50070 Vestry Street8S
Related Companies$23,500,00070 Vestry Street9N
Zeckendorf Development$20,000,000520 Park Avenue22
 

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