In the past seven days, 16 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.
Address 240 Centre Street Penthouse
Type/Size Co-op: four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
This week’s most expensive listing is the very cool Police Building penthouse, its not new to the market, nor does it have a new price-tag, but it does have a new broker. It comes with a bucket-load of character, a spiral staircase, an elevator and a circular living room, all of which we got to witness for ourselves when we toured the pad back in March.
Address 993 Fifth Avenue #11FLR
Type/Size Co-op: five bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms
This full floor spread at the swanky, Emery Roth-designed 993 Fifth Avenue is almost exactly what you’d expect from… a full floor spread at the swanky, Emery Roth-designed 993 Fifth Avenue. It has classic New York charm plus a private elevator landing, a wood burning fireplace, a library, and Central Park Views.
Address 25 Columbus Circle #67CE
Type/Size Condo: five bedrooms and six bathrooms
This listing’s a chance for two to become one at the Time Warner Center. Combined, the apartments will total almost 4,000 square feet and will come with eastern, southern and western exposures, a chef’s kitchen, abundant closet space, and opulent marble baths.
Address 150 Central Park South #2501
Type/Size Co-op: three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms
If we had to pick one of these listings to live in, it would almost certainly be this one. The sprawling spread has been recently gut renovated and comes designed by Tui Pranich. It has a library with custom cabinetry, a private elevator landing, and 45 feet of windows and terraces looking out directly onto Central Park.
Address 1060 Fifth Avenue #2B
Type/Size Co-op: five bedrooms and six bathrooms
“Breathtakingly elegant and majestic”, reads this apartment’s listing. The flamboyant spread comes with art walls, wood-burning fireplaces, 48 feet of Central Park frontage and a lot of extravagant details. Plus, right now it’s almost half the price it was asking when it first hit the market in 2014.