A pair of 1930’s-era townhouses located at 67 & 69 East 93rd Street list for $25 million. The houses were designed by Delano & Aldrich, leading architects of the gilded age for the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Astors and Whitneys. The two adjoining homes span 47ft wide and are preserved with all original architectural details. The four story main house has 12 ft ceilings, a spiral staircase with skylight, and tall English-regency style windows. The adjacent home has a 5 car garage, private courtyard and full width corner living room with 14.5 ft ceilings. [Mansion Global]
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.