The Top 10 Residential Sales of the Year
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Sold by the estate of Paul Allen, the late Microsoft co-founder, this sale contained two UES units in what may be one of the largest co-op sales in New York’s history.
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Number 2 Contract: 730 Fifth Avenue, 20A — $75.9 Million
Located in the historic Crown Building in the Aman New York, the Jala Penthouse is a full-floor apartment with an original asking price reportedly of $83.53 million.
Number 3 Contract: 220 Central Park South, PH75—$72 million
Located in one of the most coveted luxury buildings in the city, this ~5,000-square-foot penthouse has three bedrooms and four full baths, plus a powder room with a terrace a terrace overlooking Central Park.
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Number 7 Contract: 730 Fifth Avenue, 21A — $53.4 Million
The Aman New York had 3 of the top 10 highest sales of the year with the addition of this unit.
Number 8 Contract: 36 East 68th Street — $52.8 Million
Spanning ~9,000-square-feet, this townhouse has six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms spread across five floors. There’s a swimming pool in the basement, a spa with a hammam and vast entertaining areas on the first two floors. The third, fourth and fifth stories contain the home’s ensuite bedrooms, according to listing information.
Number 9 Contract: 60 East 93rd Street — $52.5 Million
This 23,000-square-foot townhouse measuring 57 feet wide was originally built for Virginia Graham Fair Vanderbilt, the house doubled as an art gallery and private home; the sale took place off market.
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Number 10 Contract: 111 West 57th Street, PH74 — $50.5 million
This two-story penthouse covers more than 7,000 square feet, and has four bedrooms and five full bathrooms overlooking Central Park.
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Source: Bloomberg and Crains New York.