In the past seven days, six 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 to hit the Manhattan market.
123 Washington Street #56
Address 123 Washington Street #56
Type/Size Condo: 12 bedrooms and nine bathrooms
This week’s most expensive listing is just a touch untraditional. From the looks of the broker-babble, it’s six units spread across the 56th floor of the W Hotel’s residences Downtown. Each of the units – which range from one bed, one bath to two bed and two bath – comes with high ceilings, lots of sunlight, and open city views.
71 Laight Street #Phc
Address 71 Laight Street #Phc
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and five bathrooms
From the look of StreetEasy’s records, this penthouse has been trying to sell (without budging in price) since 2013. The 4,986-square foot duplex sits atop Tribeca’s Sterling Mason building and comes with a double-height foyer, a library and a 1,065-square foot private terrace.
100 East 53rd Street #49A
Address 100 East 53rd Street #49A
Type/Size Condo: three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms
This 3,385 square-foot residence is in a tower which is still under construction. When complete, this Foster + Partners’ designed building will give residents access to a host of hotel-like amenities including a wellness facility, sauna, steam room, and residential library. Don’t start packing yet – occupancy is slated for spring 2017.
252 East 57th Street #61A
Address 252 East 57th Street #61A
Type/Size Condo: five bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms
Curved glass buildings are so hot right now. This 4,624 square-foot home is joining the likes of 100 East 53rd (above) and 520 West 28th with its curvaceous oversized windows. It also comes with expansive views, a balcony, and a library, while the building itself offers amenities including a porte-cochere, a spa, a billiards room, and a screening room.
888 Park Avenue #12B
Address 888 Park Avenue #12B
Type/Size Co-op: five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
This Upper East Side spread seems to have been flirting with the market since 2008, and since then it’s chopped $1 million from its price tag. It comes with a formal living room, a banquet-sized dining room, a chef’s kitchen, butler’s pantry and breakfast room.