Penthouse 88A at 15 Hudson Yards is in contract. The residence was last asking $29.5 million. Penthouse sales are surging across New York City. PH 39 at 520 W. 28th St, located on The High Line and designed by Zaha Hadid, is also in contract. The residence was last asking 13.95 million. At Lantern House, 515 W. 18th St., PH 2203 is in contract, last asking $18.97 million. At 30 Park Place, PH 78B is in contract, last asking $25 million, and PH 82 has sold for $25 million. [NY Post]
During the month of May there were 477 new development condominium contracts signed in New York City. An increase from the 474 contracts signed in April and 50% more than the highest monthly total since 2015. [The Real Deal]
A half floor 4 bedroom residence on the 93rd floor of Central Park Tower listed for $38.75 million is in contract. Designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture and rising 1,550 ft, Central Park Tower is the tallest residential building in the world. The condominium tower offers 179 homes and the Central Park Club residing above a Nordstrom flagship store. The signature feature of the Central Park Club is the 100th floor, the city’s highest private ballroom, dining room, and wine bar. Located on the 14th floor is the Club’s terrace, with an outdoor 60-foot pool, sun deck and cabanas. State-of-the-art fitness and wellness spaces include an indoor saltwater pool, spa with steam room and sauna, and a regulation squash court. Leisure spaces include a private movie theater and a business center. [NY Post]
Duplex Penthouse with 4,094 interior sqft and 1,755 sqft exterior space, 5 bedrooms and 5.5 Baths, at 40 Bleeker Street listed for $18 million goes to contract. Building amenities include a private parking space in the underground garage available to purchase separately. The building has a 58-foot saline swimming pool, a state-of-the-art exercise room and stretching studio, 24-hour concierge service, a live-in superintendent, complimentary bicycle storage and a garden with reflecting pools and waterfalls. The 12-story building has 61 one to five bedroom units, with prices starting at about $1.775 million. Its six penthouses are sited on the 10th, 11th and 12th floors.
Lower Manhattan’s NoHo, which is an acronym for North of Houston Street, is bounded by Mercer Street on the west, the Bowery on the east, East 9th Street on the north and East Houston Street on the south. Once home to artists like Andy Warhol and the legendary CBGB music club, it’s known for its chic art galleries, hip bars and fine-dining restaurants. [Mansion Global]