Each week, StreetEasy has scores of new listings. But here’s the crème de la crème, otherwise known as the five most expensive residential listings to hit the market in Manhattan in the past seven days.
47 West 9th Street
Address 47 West 9th Street
Type/Size Townhouse: six bedrooms and seven bathrooms
This week’s most expensive listing is this Greenwich Village townhouse. Built in 1910, the 9,200-square-foot spread comes with a library, multiple fireplaces, terraces, staff quarters, home theater, fitness center and an enviable 1,000-bottle wine cellar.
21 East 61st Street #15A
Address 21 East 61st Street #15A
Type/Size Cond-op: four bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms
Thanks to a wealth of differing definitions, we’re still not entirely sure what constitutes a cond-op, but this Upper East Side pad apparently is one, according to StreetEasy. We do know that it comes with Central Park views, a library, and a ton of storage space.
121 East 79th Street
Address 121 East 79th Street
Type/Size Townhouse: six bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms
This Upper East Side home is owned by restaurateur Simon Oren, who snapped it up in 1997 for a bargain price of $2.1 million. It has a glass-walled kitchen, elevator, arched floor-to-ceiling windows, artist’s studio, gym and garden.
845 United Nations Plaza #32AE
Address 845 United Nations Plaza #32AE
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
Over in Turtle Bay, this 3,502-square-foot spread at the building known as Trump World Tower is described as a “luxurious mega retreat in the sky.” But alas, unlike Trump Tower, it doesn’t come with any Secret Service perks. Although it does have room for a motorcycle.
326 West 77th Street
Address 326 West 77th Street
Type/Size Townhouse: six bedrooms and eight bathrooms
This Upper West Side townhouse is an odd one. Described as “an opportunity of endless potential” and with only renderings to glance over, we can’t help but wonder what condition the townhouse — which will be delivered vacant — is in currently. Likely it’s divided into apartments, but the listing doesn’t divulge. Instead it tells us that the architects envision multiple terraces and a home gym.