LUXURY MARKET REPORT 2018
Report on Contracts Signed
NYC Residential Properties
$4 Million and Above
November 19-25, 2018
12 Contracts Signed
Twelve contracts were signed last week at $4 million and above, a typically low total for a Thanksgiving Day week.
Stat Geek Alert: The lowest total for a Thanksgiving Day week since 2006 when we started keeping track? One. You read that right—one contract was signed. The year was 2008—2 months after the Lehman crash.
The No.1 contract was 9S at 70 Vestry Street, asking $23.5 million, raised from $21 million when it was offered off of floorplans in April 2016. The unit has 4,355 square feet including 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, plus 2 terraces totaling 522 square feet. 70 Vestry is a 14-story, 46-unit condo that was designed by Robert A.M. Stern with interiors by Daniel Romualdez. Amenities include a doorman, concierge, garage, a fitness center, squash court, and 3 pools: an 82-foot lap pool, a separate children’s pool, and a hot-and-cold plunge pool. There is also a library, billiards room, and children’s playroom. Nineteen units have closed so far, averaging $3,908/square foot and 3,664 square feet.
The No. 2 contract was M9C at 7 Hubert Street, asking $8.75 million, reduced from $9.25 million when it went on the market in April. This maisonette triplex condo has 4,633 square feet including 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, plus its own private entrance on Collister Street. Amenities include a gym, concierge, and children’s playroom. The owner of M9C paid $4.950 million for the unit in 2007.