A look at this week’s 5 most expensive listings

A look at this week’s five most expensive listings 
A look at this week’s five most expensive listings

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.

1965 Broadway #Ph3bc
1965 Broadway #Ph3bc

Address 1965 Broadway #Ph3bc
Price $29,995,000
Type/Size Condo: eight bedrooms and nine-and-a-half bathrooms
The honor of being dubbed “this week’s most expensive listing” goes to this Lincoln Square triplex. Described by it’s listing as a, “three-story townhouse in the sky”, this unit totals an impressive 10,100 square feet (8,100 interior and 2,000 exterior). It comes with three entrances, one for each level, two landscaped terraces, and a selection of very interesting ceilings.

123 Washington Street #PH56
123 Washington Street #PH56

Address 123 Washington Street #PH56
Price $22,520,000
Type/Size Condo: nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms
This isn’t the first time penthouse 56 at the W Hotel Downtown has made our list. But this time it’s been on the receiving end of a very serious price chop (it was originally asking $31.8 million). From the look of the floor plan this listing appears to be a full floor containing multiple apartments – we spotted six kitchens. But whatever it is, they all come with access to all of the W Hotel’s amenities, including a full catering kitchen, billiards table, cinema room, private fitness center, spa and valet parking.

158 Mercer Street #7BWAY
158 Mercer Street #7BWAY

Address 158 Mercer Street #7BWAY
Price $14,500,000
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and three bathrooms
This pretty Soho loft is in the New Museum Building (which appears to have no connection to the actual New Museum just a few blocks away). The spread comes with four exposures, seventeen oversized windows; and while this unit is nice, it’s not as nice as the one Jon Bon Jovi sold a few stories up.

70 Vestry Street #4E
70 Vestry Street #4E

Address 70 Vestry Street #4E
Price $10,750,000
Type/Size Condo: three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms
70 Vestry dominated our Most Expensive list last week. This time around only one of their pads made the cut. This unit at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building comes with river views, marble counters and wine storage plus access to all of the building’s swanky amenities which include a billiards room, a cafe and a squash court. Oh, and Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen will be your neighbors.

60 Riverside Boulevard #Ph3802
60 Riverside Boulevard #Ph3802

Address 60 Riverside Boulevard #Ph3802
Price $9,500,000
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
This 3,096-square-foot spread at The Aldyn on Riverside Boulevard was designed by Christopher Coleman. It comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, river views, a ton of storage and a lot of bright colors. Plus access to the buildings amenities which include a rock climbing wall and a bowling alley.