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NYC’s 20 most expensive homes sold in 2018

Curbed // Dec 20, 2018

For past two years, 432 Park Avenue has dominated the list of the most expensive homes sold—but this year, the skinny supertall had some major competition. The Robert A.M. Stern-designed 520 Park Avenue was home to the two most expensive sales in 2018, coming in at a whopping $73.8 million and $62 million, respectively. As for 432 Park, there were just three units to make the list this year and didn’t grace the top slots, with a $42 million dollar condo tying for tenth place with a condo at One57.

Other homes on the list include megamansions, opulent condos, and penthouses galore. And unsurprisingly, all of the properties that made the list are in Manhattan.

4. 70 Vestry Street, #PHS
Sold for: $56.01 million
The most expensive penthouse at 70 Vestry, the Robert A.M. Stern-designed Tribeca condo, closed for $56 million. When the apartment first hit the market, it was asking $65 million, so the buyer got a pretty decent discount.

17. 150 Wooster Street, #PH
Sold for: $32.58 million
150 Wooster Street’s 6,770-square-foot penthouse sold for $32.6 million, making it the second priciest condo ever sold in Soho. The unit comes with four bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and a whopping 3,500 square feet of outdoor space. It was originally asking $35 million.

Original Article: Curbed