Numbers to know: Touraine steals the show, 18 Gramercy Park stays in the game … and more

From left: Renderings of 18 Gramercy Park South and the Touraine at 132 East 65th Street
From left: Renderings of 18 Gramercy Park South and the Touraine at 132 East 65th Street

“Numbers to know” is a weekly web feature that catalogues the most notable, quirky and surprising real estate statistics. The Touraine takes the spotlight for most expensive closed sale of the week, while 18 Gramercy Park had the most expensive contract signed last week and moving in New York City is relatively cheap.

$28.5 million

Average price of a five-bedroom apartment in the Cote d’Azur in France, which ranked as the top luxury enclave worldwide [Savills]

$8.9 million

Asking price of an 8,730-square-foot home in Park City, Utah, reportedly purchased by former presidential nominee Mitt Romney [Zillow]


Increase in asking price — to $15.7 million from $14.825 million in October 2012 — of a four-bedroom condominium at Zeckendorf Development’s 18 Gramercy Park, which had the highest ask of any home that went into contract last week [Olshan Luxury Market Report]


Average rent of a three-bedroom apartment in Manhattan in September, a 3.1 percent increase from August [Coldwell Banker AC Lawrence]


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Price per square foot of the most expensive residential sale to close this week, a four-bedroom unit at Toll Brothers’ the Touraine, which sold for $13.57 million [CityRealty]


Average price per square foot of unsold units at the Witkoff Group’s 150 Charles Street [CityRealty]


Units at Boston Care, a new construction affordable senior housing building at 1191 Boston Road in the Bronx, which celebrated its groundbreaking this past week [Press Release]


Units at Orb Development’s New Construction Rutherford Place condos at Stuyvesant Square, which officially launched sales this past week [Cantor Pecorella]


Amount the average household in New York City spends on moving expenses per square foot of the home they live — the 12th most expensive city to move in the country; Stamford, Conn., was first [SquareFoot]


Percentage of units sold at Extell Development’s Carlton House at 12 East 61st Street after launching sales in April [Press Release]

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