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Manhattan’s luxury home market saw another lackluster week with the exception of a single contract signed for a budget-blowing $65 million, according to a weekly report Monday from Olshan Realty.

The single standout from last week was a penthouse at 70 Vestry St.—an ultra-luxurious, 14-story building in Tribeca by starchitect Robert A.M. Stern—selling for $65 million, one of the top 10 most expensive homes on the market in New York City.

The condo has 7,800 square feet, five bedrooms, six bathrooms and outdoor terrace space that adds roughly another 3,700 square feet. The buyer will also get access to swanky building amenities that include three pools, including a separate children’s pool, squash courts and a library.

At $65 million, the unit is poised to set a record for downtown Manhattan. Until now the most expensive home to sell in that part of the island was a penthouse at Walker Tower, located at 212 West 18th St., which closed for $50.9 million in January 2014.
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Thats a great shot. Also, it gives the illusion that NY is a city with no water. Kinda cool to get a vantage point that makes the city look like it has an Atlanta vibe, with skyscrapers, and lots of green.

57th Street is the definition of a skyscraper canyon, along with 42nd Street facing West to East.

Because of how 220 CPS thins when viewed from the West, it really looks taller than it is. Also, as a reference, look at 432 Park, and know that Steinway, will be thinner and slightly taller!
Yuck, NY's waterways are what makes it somewhat scenic. If NY was inland and without a harbor, it wouldn't look half as good. Also Atlanta with those trees around it make it look smaller than it really is.

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Right.. I agree, the rivers and bay are what make it, but just an observation. Not to be taken literally!

Similar to how when one views Miami from a non-waterfront view, were it appears to rise out of a palm tree forest, it's different ya know.
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Right.. I agree, the rivers and bay are what make it, but just an observation. Not to be taken literally!

Similar to how when one views Miami from a non-waterfront view, were it appears to rise out of a palm tree forest, it's different ya know.
Oh I know. I was just emphasizing how much the water location helps NYC look better. The thought of NY being like Mexico City or Sao Paoulo, or Atlanta without any water access, is a bit tragic - no offense to those fine cities.
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Yuck, NY's waterways are what makes it somewhat scenic. If NY was inland and without a harbor, it wouldn't look half as good. Also Atlanta with those trees around it make it look smaller than it really is.
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Right.. I agree, the rivers and bay are what make it, but just an observation. Not to be taken literally!

Similar to how when one views Miami from a non-waterfront view, were it appears to rise out of a palm tree forest, it's different ya know.

I take it you folks have never seen the city or its skyline without views of the river.

220 CPS won't have the same effect as it would on smaller skylines, but it's a price you pay with a skyline as dominating with or without the many water views.


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