A look at this week’s 5 most expensive listings

In the past seven days, 28 new listings priced at $10 million and above hit the market, according to Streeteasy. From that list, these are the crème de la crème, otherwise known as the five most expensive residential listings to hit the Manhattan market.

Address 8 East 62nd Street
Price $84,500,000
Type/Size Townhouse
Originally built in 1903 by John H. Duncan (the architect of Grants Tomb) this 15,000-square-foot six-story townhouse has Russian inspired floors, a library, a dressing room with a lighted handbag display and a temperature-controlled vault for furs and a billiard room with custom Hermès leather-lined walls. The word “luxurious” doesn’t even cover it.

Address 128 East 73rd Street
Price $42,000,000
Type/Size Townhouse: seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms
This Neo-Georgian style, 30-foot-wide townhouse has five-stories and an eclectic interior designed by Peter Marino. It has a gated front garden, two entries, and elevator and a 30-foot-wide formal dining room. The listing describes it as “Architecture as Art.”

Address 1 Central Park South #301
Price $29,950,000
Type/Size Condo: three beds and four-and-a-half bathrooms
“The epitome of glamour, elegance and sophistication” reads the listing for this 3,500-square-foot apartment at The Plaza. The Chanel-inspired cream and black interior designed by Jeffrey Hitchcock is completely overshadowed by the owners art collection including works by Picasso, Botero, Rouault, Calder and Léger.

Address 275 West 10th Street #PHC
Price $29,500,000
Type/Size Condo: five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms
Penthouse C is the largest penthouse at The Shephard – the West Village’s pretty new redevelopment. The 5,985-square-foot duplex has a private terrace with an outdoor kitchen and city views. The building itself offers amenities including a basketball court, a gym and a golf simulator.

Address 275 West 10th Street #PHB
Price $24,500,000
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
The Shephard features again on our list, but this time it’s Penthouse B. It’s located on the curved southwest corner of the building, which was built in 1897, and has three terraces, a roof deck, barrel vaulted ceilings and an upstairs library with a curved turret with a large skylight.