This Week’s 5 Most Expensive Listings

Here’s our look at the five most expensive residential listings to hit StreetEasy in the past seven days, otherwise known as the crème de la crème of the Manhattan market this week.

30 Park Place #PH82

Address 30 Park Place #PH82
Price $30,000,000
Type/Size Condo: three bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
This full-floor penthouse in the Robert A.M. Stern designed 30 Park Place is this week’s most expensive listing. Situated on the 82nd floor of the tower, this spread comes with 360 degree views, four private terraces, a library and two walk-in closets.

930 Fifth Avenue 18A–18C

Address 930 Fifth Avenue 18A–18C
Price $19,000,000
Type/Size Co-op
This listing isn’t just one apartment, it’s two. Snap up this combination opportunity and you’ll be the owner of 18A and 18C at 930 Fifth Avenue (where Woody Allen once owned a penthouse). Both units are available individually, but between them will total approximately 5,000 square feet with over 90 feet of frontage on Central Park.

432 Park Avenue #38A

Address 432 Park Avenue #38A
Price $18,350,000
Type/Size Condo: three bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
This 4,082 square foot spread in New York’s biggest trash can has only been on the market for three days and already it’s in contract. The potential buyers must have been swayed by the library, the private elevator landing and the huge windows with Central Park views.

111 West 67th Street #22EFGH

Address 111 West 67th Street #22EFGH
Price $11,599,000
Type/Size Condo: five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms
Located at The Park Millennium, this corner apartment spans 3,300 square feet. While it may not be the biggest apartment on this week’s list, with 20 closets it might just have the most storage space. It’s being sold by the anonymous 111 West 67th LLC.

60 Riverside Boulevard #PH4001

Address 60 Riverside Boulevard #PH4001
Price $9,999,000
Type/Size Condo: four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms
At $9.99 million, this Roman and Williams-designed penthouse is a little cheaper than the homes we usually highlight on this list – but not by much. It’s located on top floor of the Aldyn and has floor-to-ceiling windows and 12-foot-high ceilings. Meanwhile the building itself offers residents access to an athletic club and spa, a playground, a rock climbing wall and a bowling alley.