In the past seven days, 12 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 18 Gramercy Park South #Ph
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and five bathrooms
This Gramercy Park duplex penthouse is this weeks most expensive listing. The 6,329-square-foot spread last sold in 2012 to Ceas Holdings Ny I, LLC, who paid a cool $42 million, and according to The Observer the man behind the LLC is Houston Rockets owner Leslie Alexander. Check out all the blue accents and the private pool.
Address 12 East 73rd Street
Type/Size Townhouse: five bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bathrooms
This Henry Allan Jacob-designed townhouse is owned by real estate bigwig Andrew Farkas. The home’s 10,410 square feet are spread across five floors plus an English basement and according to the listing the boldly-decorated house has undergone a complete state of the art renovation by designer Daniel Romualdez.
Address 240 Riverside Boulevard #7A
Type/Size Condo: five bedrooms and seven bathrooms
This gargantuan 10,500-square-foot triplex is at 240 Riverside Boulevard aka The Heritage at Trump Place. It was last bought in 2005 for a little under $3 million (bargain) making this current price tag an impressive 1254 percent price increase. The home comes with three private terraces, a restaurant-quality kitchen and sushi bar, a billiards room, and a spa.
Address 980 Fifth Avenue #18AB
Type/Size Co-op: seven bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bathrooms
This listing is for a combination of two neighboring apartments at the 26-story 980 Fifth Avenue. When joined, the homes will total approximately 6,000 square feet and will enjoy Central Park views.
Address 180 East 73rd Street
Type/Size Townhouse: four bedrooms and four bathrooms
Built in 1890, this three story carriage house has little information and few photos. According to the listing the home has two entrances, a side entrance and a center entry that is accompanied by a show window once used for commercial purposes.