A look at this week’s 5 most expensive listings


Address: 1 West 72nd Street #84
Price: $39,000,000
Type/Size: Co-op; 7,500 square feet; five bedrooms and seven bathrooms
This enormous home in the Dakota is a combination of four separate apartments and features 165 feet frontage of Central Park.


Address: 720 Park Avenue #2/3C
Price:  $22,500,000
Type/Size: Co-op; 7,000 square feet; six bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms
The apartment was once the home of a member of the Strauss family, which founded Macy’s. It has sunken living room, staff quarters, private wine storage and a squash court in the building.


Address: 293 Lafayette Street #PHIII
Price: $19,950,000
Type/Size: Condo; 4,998 square feet; three bedrooms and five bathrooms
And yet another fantastic penthouse at the Puck building! The master bedroom has two separate bathrooms so no one ever has to wait in the morning.


Address: 211 Central Park West #8F
Price: $18,950,000
Type/Size: Co-op; 2,914 square feet; three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms
The master bedroom in this apartment has three walk-in closets.

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Address:432 Park Avenue #43C
Price: $17,625,000
Type/Size: Condo; 2,100 square feet; two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms
The apartment is available for immediate occupancy; it has a private elevator and two windowed master bathrooms.