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60 Fifth Avenue

60 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10011
Office, Leasing/Rental
  • Address 60 Fifth Avenue
  • neighborhood Greenwich Village
  • borough Manhattan
  • owner entity NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
  • floors 8
  • Year Built 1924
  • commercial units 1
  • total units 1
  • square feet 113,500
  • block and lot 1-00576-0046
  • BIN 1009620
  • Event Sales
  • Address 60 Fifth Avenue
  • Neighborhood Greenwich Village
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Square feet 122,500
  • Price $ 65,000,000
  • Price per foot $ 530.61
notes
The Forbes building sold for $65 million.

12/20/2017
Price matters. That’s the takeaway from a look at the 10 priciest residential sales of 2017. Like years past, the list was dominated by new developments. ButPrice matters. That’s the takeaway from a look at the 10 priciest residential sales of 2017. Like years past, the list was dominated by new developments. But...

05/01/2015
Brown Harris Stevens’ $1.89 billion in sales, for example, included some of the priciest deals completed in the past year. The firm’s biggest deal was the $70 million sale of Edgar Bronfman’s co-op at 960 Fifth Avenue to Egyptian billionaire Nassef Sawiris...

01/02/2015
The priciest closed sale of the year was hedge-funder Israel Englander’s (left) purchase of the former French Ambassador’s residence at 740 Park Avenue for The priciest closed sale of the year was hedge-funder Israel Englander’s (left) purchase of the former French Ambassador’s residence at 740 Park Avenue for...

09/01/2014
The first was purchased by Egyptian billionaire Nassef Sawiris, who bought the penthouse co-op at 960 Fifth Avenue, which was listed for $65 million by Brown Harris Stevens’ Mary Rutherfurd, Leslie Coleman and Alina Pedroso...

08/01/2014
To be sure, these Brooklyn dollar amounts are still far lower than record-setting deals (or even average deals) in Manhattan, where the $70 million sale of Edgar Bronfman’s 960 Fifth Avenue penthouse in May set a new high for the most expensive co-op ever sold in the city...

07/01/2014
Math for America wanted to be near Simons, located at 160 Fifth Avenue, a source familiar with the deal said...

06/01/2014
Alexander acknowledged the high price tag, but said he was encouraged by the activity garnered by the late Edgar Bronfman’s penthouse at the prewar 960 Fifth Avenue nearby...

10/01/2010
The university has spent roughly $246 million to acquire five properties since the start of 2009. The most expensive was the 212-unit dorm Founders Hall at 120 East 12th Street, which the school had already been using for student housing and bought for $134.2 million, or more than $633,000 per unit. Although it only closed this year, a contract to buy it was signed in October 2005, city records show. Another property the university purchased was a former church parcel on the south side of Washington Square Park at 58 Washington Square South. In December 2008, the school went into contract to pay $25 million to the Catholic Archdiocese of New York for the parcel. Before the sale closed in May 2009, the Archdiocese tore the building down. NYU is building the Center for Academic and Spiritual Life there. NYU also bought the former headquarters of Forbes magazine at 60 Fifth Avenue for $65 million earlier this year...

04/01/2008
The top sale on record in the first two months of this year was $11 million more expensive than the priciest sale in the first two months of last year â€' $46 million compared to $35 million. The $46 million sale, a record price for a New York City co-op, was for a 17-room, seven-bedroom duplex penthouse at 1060 Fifth Avenue...