From LLNYC’s Look at Listings: Right across the street for the Central Park Zoo you’ll find the prestigious co-op building 834 Fifth Avenue, and inside that tony tower you’ll find unit 7/8A.
The apartment first hit the market in April 2016 for an impressive $120 million. Immediately and unsurprisingly it became the most expensive home on the market in New York City. It’s since been on the receiving end of a $24 million price cut making it’s asking price $96 million, nevertheless it remains the city’s most expensive listing. [more]