In Manhattan during the second quarter of 2022 apartment sales increased 9% and the average sales price increased 3% compared to Q2/2021.
A 3 BR 3+ Bath duplex at the Emory Roth designed prewar co-op 15 West 81st Street sells for the $7.35 million list price. The residence features southern views overlooking the Museum of Natural History, Central Park and the city skyline. The entry gallery opens to a grand staircase and the 27′ x 18′ living room. Adjoining the entry gallery is a formal dining room, an office and a modern kitchen. The three bedrooms are located on the second floor.
15 West 81st Street is a white glove cooperative. Building amenities include a fitness center, bike room, playroom, and owner storage rooms. [NY Post]
The residence on the 82nd floor of 432 Park Avenue sells for $70.5 million. The full floor 8,054 SF home is comprised of 5 bedrooms, 2 master bathrooms, 4 on-suite guest bathrooms, 2 powder rooms, 2 offices, 2 dressing rooms, a media room, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, and a 1,100 SF living room. The home features 360 degree panoramic views, 12’6″ ceilings, 10′×10′ windows, white oak flooring and is completely refit with centrally controlled, state-of-the-art media, climate, and security systems. Listed for $79 million the residence was originally purchased in 2016 from the developer as two separate apartments for $62 million. Building amenities include a fitness center, private dining room, 75-foot swimming pool, yoga studio and children’s playroom . In-suite dining and room service, concierge, 24-hour doorman, onsite parking garage and valet services are provided by building staff. [NY Post]