Thanks to our friends over at StreetEasy, we’re rather on top of this city’s real estate comings and goings — emphasis on goings.
This past week, a handful of highly priced pads left the market for an assortment of reasons, but these are the most expensive residences that have found loving new owners.
212 Fifth Avenue #19AB | In Contract
Two-hundred twelve Fifth Avenue — the ultimate New York City status building — is one of our favorite developments right now, so we’re not surprised that a unit at the Flatiron building is top of our list this week. The 4,089-square-foot spread was last asking $28.2 million, and for their money its new owners are getting soaring ceilings, tons of charm and views galore.
212 West 18th Street #14A | In Contract
Chelsea’s Walker Tower is just one of Ralph Walker’s pre-war deco towers in the city to find a new calling as a swanky residential building. This two-and-a-half-bedroom unit was most recently asking $15.2 million. Amenities at the building include a concierge, a children’s playroom, a gym, a sauna and roof deck.
319 East 51st Street | In Contract
Since 2011, this townhouse has been home to interior decorator Deborah Greatorex and her hedge-fund husband, which explains why the home is so gosh darn pretty. They bought the place in 2011 for $4.6 million, city records show, and gut renovated the place. It was most recently asking $12.9 million.
45 Park Place #38 | In Contract
Forty-five Park Place, an under construction glass tower at the juncture of Tribeca and the Financial District, launched their sales earlier this month, according to Curbed. And already they’re being snapped up. Last asking $12.35 million, this unit comes with three bedrooms, a great room with three exposures, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
45 Park Place #24 | In Contract
Waiting on construction to finish at 45 Park Place obviously isn’t a problem for this buyer either. This four-bedroom spread was last asking $10.5 million, and comes with all of the amenities its neighbor above does, along with a private key locked elevator.