Here’s our look at the five most expensive residential listings to hit StreetEasy in the past seven days — the crème de la crème of the Manhattan market this week.
Address 50 Riverside Boulevard #21B
Type/Size Condo: seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms
This spacious spread is the most expensive listing to hit the market this week and it should come as no surprise that the 6,056-square-foot pad, which is set on the Hudson River-facing Riverside Boulevard, has some very pretty views. It also comes with a double height living room, a library and most impressive of all – a private outdoor pool.
Address 25 Columbus Circle #54AG
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and four bathrooms
The second priciest listing this week is this Time Warner Center duplex. It’s set across the 54th and 55th floors of the famed building and has 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and a curved staircase. It looks as though it’s been on the market since 2014, but has had a major price cut from the $42.5 million it was originally asking.
Address 10 West Street #Ph2a
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and five bathrooms
If there’s one thing all these listing share, it’s impressive views. In this case, they’re from the top of the Ritz Carlton, Battery Park. Residents get access to a private entrance, while the home itself comes with high ceilings, big rooms, a 305-square-foot private terrace and herringbone floors to die for.
Address 1049 Fifth Avenue 18B–M8
Type/Size Condo: three bedrooms and four bathrooms
According to its listing, this Fifth Avenue home has been on the receiving end of a complete and extensive renovation. And judging by the photos, it was worth it. The 2,925-square-foot spread comes with Central Park views, a separate staff apartment and a library with an upholstered wall of Oxblood leather. Fancy, of course, but not as fancy as a room lined in Hermès leather à la 8 East 62nd Street.
Address 160 West 12th Street #96
Type/Size Condo: three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms
According to StreetEasy this pretty Greenwich Village spread was sold last month for $8.5 million. Already it’s back on the market, and with a hefty $1.5 million added to the price tag. It’s owned by an anonymous LLC, so perhaps we’ll never know who’s trying to make a quick profit, but at least they have good taste. The pad comes with beamed ceilings, solid oak floors and a private terrace.