This Week’s 5 Most Expensive Listings

In the past seven days, 11 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.

730 Park Avenue #15C

Address 730 Park Avenue #15C
Price $19,995,000
Type/Size Co-op: three bedrooms and four bathrooms
This week’s most expensive listing is this swanky Upper East Side co-op with Central Park views. It comes with a cozy solarium, a library, a wood-burning fireplace, custom cabinetry, a private terrace, a maid’s room, and a host of original details including wood floors and period fixtures and moldings.

100 Eleventh Avenue 19th Floor

Address 100 Eleventh Avenue 19th Floor
Price $19,600,000
Type/Size Condo: six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms
This listing is a conversation opportunity; buy the two apartments and you can combine them to create a sizable full-floor spread. When joined they’ll total 5,750 square feet and come with 360-degree views. Meanwhile, the Jean Nouvel-designed building enjoys amenities including a garden, fitness center, sauna, and steam rooms.

551 West 21st Street #16A

Address 551 West 21st Street #16A
Price $19,500,000
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
Like the rest of our list, this sun-filled West Chelsea spread comes with views aplenty.  It also has direct elevator access, 11-foot-high ceilings, oak herringbone floors, and 9-foot-high double doors. But most interesting of all, according to StreetEasy, it was snapped up just weeks ago for $16.9 million, possibly by owners looking for a fast and profitable flip.

1965 Broadway #Phb3

Address 1965 Broadway #Phb3
Price $19,000,000
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
This week’s “Most Expensive” list may as well be called the “$19 Million Club”. Built in 1997 this Lincoln Center spread has a 1,000-square-foot private, landscaped terrace, over 65 feet of floor to ceiling windows, a free-floating, four-sided bronze and glass fireplace, a stone and wood bar, and a drop down movie screen.

35 East 76th Street 1901-1907

Address 35 East 76th Street 1901-1907
Price $13,500,000
Type/Size Co-op
This is by far the oddest unit we’ve seen for a while. According to the listing, for the past two years, this spread has been on the receiving end of, “an extensive amount of design and architectural planning to create a clean white space.” The spread currently comes with… not much at all besides some Central Park views and a lot of bare walls. We can’t help but wonder what it looked like before.