From April 11 through April 18, 22 luxury new development apartments, asking $4 million or more, went into contract. The highest 7 day total since February 2018.
Mansion Global reports, the most expensive condo to go to contract was a combo unit at 57-story 378 West End Avenue asking $25.95 million. The full-floor home spans roughly 6,900 square feet with five bedrooms, five bathrooms and two partial baths. The amenities at the newly developed building on the Upper West Side include a doorman, fitness center, pool, full squash court, pet-grooming facilities, half-basketball court, children’s playroom, recording studio and a private garage.
TriBeCa is characterized by a strong sense of community and restaurants like Bubby’s, China Blue, the Greek and the Locanda Verde. The Hudson River Park with the Pier 25 volleyball courts and playgrounds border the neighborhood to the West. Cultural Attractions include the TriBeCa Film Festival.
Glass Condominium towers like 111 Murray Street contrast with converted warehouses along cobblestone streets. At 111 Murray Street prices range from about $8,250,000 for a 53rd floor 3,037 sqft 3 bedroom to about $40,000,000 for a 5 bedroom 7,488 sqft penthouse. [NYT]
West Chelsea is a lively mix of star architecture, townhouses, and art galleries. Located between 14th Street and 30th Street and from 9th Avenue to Hudson River Park. Notable attractions are Chelsea Market, the High Line and the Chelsea Piers Sports and Entertainment Complex. [NYT]
Lantern Housedesigned by Thomas Heatherwick is a 22 story condominium located at 515 West 18th Street. Prices range from about $1,950,000 for a 923 sqft 1 bedroom to about $16,975,000 for a 3 bedroom 2,614 sqft penthouse on the 22nd floor. Amenities include health club by Equinox, library, rooftop terrace, 75 ft saline swimming pool, private outdoor gardens, event suite and children’s playroom.