The 25th floor two bedroom two bath co-op at 1 Fifth Avenue sells for $7 million. The residence #25AB features a private elevator landing, southern views overlooking Washington Square Park, western views to the Hudson river and northern views of the Empire State building. Additional features include an open living/dining room with picture windows, central air conditioning, wood floors, a modern stainless steel kitchen, a sound system, custom built in storage, and an entertaining bar. 1 Fifth Avenue, built in 1927, is a New York City landmark located in Greenwich Village. Building amenities include a two story lobby and 24 hour concierge and doorman. [NY Post]
Built in 1929 by banker James T. Lee and designed by architect Rosario Candela, 740 Park Avenue is one of New York’s premier cooperatives. The 14 room 4 BR 5/2 Bath duplex 10/11C features a private elevator entry, a 34′ gallery with 11’6″ ceiling height, a 36′ x 20′ living room with wide plank oak floors and four windows, a wood paneled library with fireplace, and a formal dining room. The four bedroom suites are located on the second floor. 740 Park Avenue amenities include full-service staff, fitness center and private storage. [Mansion Global]
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]