Holly Parker, Leonard Steinberg Listings Top Manhattan Market


Manhattan’s luxury market had a banner week with 29 contracts signed for homes asking at least $4 million, the most since June.

The most expensive home to go into contract, according to Olshan Realty’s weekly report, was unit PH15W at 135 East 79th Street. The penthouse was asking $20 million, down from $22.5 million when it was first listed in November. The seller bought the unit in 2014 from the condominium’s developer, the Brodsky Organization, for $23.4 million.

The 5,000-square-foot duplex has five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, along with two terraces that add 770 square feet of outdoor space. Off one terrace is a living room with a fireplace and a dining room. Off the other is a kitchen, den and fifth bedroom.

Amenities at the building include a doorman, fitness and yoga rooms, bike room and a lounge with a catering kitchen.

Holly Parker of Douglas Elliman had the listing.

The second most expensive home to enter into contract was 7A at 27 Wooster Street, with an asking price of $19 million. The four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom, full-floor unit spans 5,000 square feet. There’s also a balcony off the bedroom hallway.

The 960-square-foot corner living room has windows on three sides and the primary bedroom comes with two large walk-in closets. A parking spot was included in the sale. Amenities in the condominium include a 24-hour attended lobby and fitness room.

Compass’ Leonard Steinberg had the listing.

Of the 29 homes to enter contract last week, 14 were condos, 10 were co-ops, four were townhouses and one was a condop. The homes’ combined asking price was $224 million, which works out to an average of $8 million and a median of $6.5 million. The typical home received a 7 percent discount and spent 503 days on the market. 

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