A look at this week’s 5 most expensive listings

In the past seven days, nine 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 30 Park Place #78A
Price $32,500,000
Type/Size Condo: five bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms.
This duplex in the new Robert A.M. Stern-designed, 80-story, limestone tower, occupies the 78th and 79th floors. It comes with private elevator access, 13-feet-high ceilings and a library. Its downstairs neighbor will be the Four Seasons hotel, which will occupy the first 22 floors of the building.

Address 471 Washington Street #PH
Price $24,500,000
Type/Size Condo: five bedrooms and six bathrooms.
This 7,137-square-foot penthouse has just taken an asking price chop from the $30 million it was asking for last December. It has 4,393-square-foot of outdoor space spread over seven terraces and a private pool.

Address 416 Washington Street #PHD
Price $14,250,000
Type/Size Condo: three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.
The buildings at 92 Laight Street and 416 Washington Street combine to form the River Loft Condominiums. This structure on Washington Street was built in 1882 and started life as a cast iron and masonry warehouse – now it’s home to condos like PHD which comes with antique glass paneled double doors, a library, custom bookshelves and a living room with a custom pressed tin ceiling.

Address 157 West 57th Street #32F
Price $12,500,000
Type/Size Condo: three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.
157 West 57th Street is most famous for its record breaking $100.5 million penthouse, at 2,525 square feet and $12.5 million this apartment is a little more restrained.  Like other units in the building #32F comes with floor-to-ceiling windows and likely impressive views. 

Address 145 Hudson Street #7A
Price $11,495,000
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.
This 3,900-square-foot unit is in Tribeca’s Sky Lofts. Built in 1929 the building houses just 21 units. This one comes with stone floors, 11-foot-high ceiling, a formal living room with a wood burning fireplace and just look at those windows.