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It's amazing that a white brick building, even on Park could command these prices. I'm interested to see what changes they were able to make for $70 million.
"Asking prices average $3,250 a square foot, with the lowest-price unit a studio priced at $1.625 million. A two bedroom on the 15th floor is priced at $5.5 million."
It also earned a shout-out in the NYT this week. Someone's got a good publicist.
Wow. Looks like a different building--totally unrecognizable.
8H: 1,001 sf 1/1 $2,610,000
How is that for value! low ceiling...no extra charge.
How much for de stingking address (said in the worst bandito accent)
Most of those floor plans are appallingly poorly laid out. Almost no kitchen space, or too little living/dining space, too much foyer, and/or way too little bedroom space (often also with very limited options for furniture placement). But hey, everyone will know you paid an exorbitant amount for the honor of living in something so poorly designed.
AR: I think that there's a big difference between the units that were reconfigured (11A, 16A) vs. those that were left intact (all the one bedrooms, 5C). I think that the A lines weren't reconfigured/combined very well and so they're not ideal.