Welcome to Brick Underground’s luxury pick of the week, a feature spotlighting a condo, co-op, or townhouse for sale with an asking price of at least $3,000,000, the current entry threshold for luxury apartments in Manhattan. If you’re in the market for a high-end abode, you should know that while sales have slowed considerably over the past couple of years, that trend is starting to reverse as sellers come to grips with the new market reality and adjust their prices accordingly. It’s good news for your wallet—just be aware that many luxe listings won’t linger on the market indefinitely. For more information, check out Brick Underground’s tips on buying a luxury apartment in NYC.
Some NYC luxury buildings are unassuming from the outside—and this 2010 West Village condo building, 385 West 12th St. is one of them. The facade is a mix of different-sized windows with panels of glass and weathered copper. Depending on your taste, it may not exactly signal upscale, although the address—a cobblestone block off West Street, less than three blocks from the Whitney Museum of American Art and the entrance to the High Line—should tip you off to its desirability.
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