15 Central Park West Year-End Roundup

ricardo, Dec 4, 2011 2:26:22 PM

 

Just when you thought prices at 15 Central Park West in New York couldn’t go any higher, the ex-CEO of Citibank, Sandy Weill, recently listed his penthouse at 15 CPW for $88 million. According to recent reports, it looks like he found a buyer – after only 3 weeks – at a record-breaking price!

Previously, the highest selling price in the building was for the penthouse owned by William Zeckendorf, one of the developers of the building, which sold for $40 million (or almost $10,000 per square foot) just one year ago, in December, 2010.

The huge success story known as 15 CPW has had a short but storied history. Situated on the site of the old Mayflower Hotel, 15 CPW is a complex consisting of two limestone buildings – the house and the tower – designed by“starchitect”Robert AM Stern. The building’s design pays homage to the old stately buildings that line Central Park West, Fifth Avenue and Park Avenue – taking the best features and adding modern conveniences.

The power elite have chosen this building as their temple of sorts. Building residents include names like Denzel Washington, Sting, Norman Lear, Bob Costas, Jeff Gordon (of NASCAR fame), Lloyd Blankfein (Goldman CEO), Daniel Loeb, Scott Bommer and Daniel Och (top hedge funders), and Zhang Xin and Pan Shiyi, the CEO and Chairman of SOHO China, the largest real estate developer in Beijing. In addition, there are many other heads of industry, financial titans, and celebrities living there. Back in 2009, the New York Post estimated the combined net worth of the buildings’ residents to be close to $50 billion. We wouldn’t be surprised if that number has grown significantly by now!

There are 201 apartments that range from 1-bedroom to 8-bedroom homes. In 2007, the building launched with prices close to an average of $2,500 per sq. ft.; however, those prices quickly jumped to around $4,500 per sq. ft. today, according to Streeteasy. Throughout the recession, prices at 15 Central Park West kept rising.

For prime Central Park views, apartment prices are significantly higher than $4,500 per sq. ft. For example, unit 3-A of the house facing Central Park just closed in September, 2011, for $17 million, or $5,843 per sq. ft.

In contrast, unit 6-L, an interior-facing one bedroom (with no view, except of another 15 CPW building) sold for $4.9 million, or $3,678 per sq. ft. – about three times the average price of a condo in New York during the last quarter.

Other notable sales in the building during 2011 include 27-A, which sold for $24.5 million, or $7,903 per sq. ft. and 26-C, which sold for $16.5 million, or $5,976 per sq. ft.

In addition, the most recent closed sale was for 7-G, which faces Broadway and has a view of Central Park from the master bedroom. This apartment sold for $5,575,000, or $3,173 per sq. ft., perhaps one of the lowest prices in the building.

The remaining closed sales in the building during 2011 were 12-L, sold for $7.5 million, or $3,914 per sq. ft. and 9-M, sold for $9.25 million, or $4,967 per sq. ft.

Three apartments that have sold in 2011, but not yet closed, include: 2-D which had an asking price of $6.85 million, or $3,143 per sq. ft.; 28-D which had an asking price of $25 million, or $7,879 per sq. ft.; and 31-D for $28.75 million, or $9,060 per sq. ft. It will take a few more weeks to see what these units actually sold for, but we expect that the closed prices won’t be too far from the ask.

Finally, there are only two currently available apartments in the building, including 3-F for $8,395,000, or $4,224 per sq. ft. and 3-E for $8,900,000, or $4,168 per sq. ft.

We have been following this building very closely for our buyers over a number of years now and are quite familiar with the building. If you would like to request a showing or further information, including updates on availability, just send us a quick message. And for more info click on the link below.

 

15 Central Park West Residences For Sale

PRWEB Press Release

 

  當您認為 紐約 的中央公園西 15 號的價格不會再升時,前花旗銀行的總裁沙迪·韋爾 (Sandy Weill) 最近把他在 中央公園西 15 號 的頂級豪華公寓放盤,標價 $8800 萬美元。最近的報告指出,他好像在上市後只有三星期已找到買家,這確實是個創記錄的價格!

在此以前,這樓宇內售價最高的頂級豪華公寓是由這樓宇其中一個發展商威廉·錫肯多夫 (William Zeckendorf) 所擁有,於 2010 年 12 月一年前以 $4000 萬美元 (約每平方呎 $10,000 美元) 售出。

獲稱為中央公園西 15 號 (15 CPW) 的成功個案歷史雖短,但卻傳奇。座落於五月花酒店 ( Mayflower Hotel) 舊址的中央公園西15號,乃一座綜合式樓宇,包括有兩座石灰石樓宇,即一座樓房和一座高樓,由非常厲害的建築師羅拔·斯特恩 (Robert AM Stern) 所設計。樓宇設計全力配合排列在中央公園西、第五大道和公園大道富麗堂皇的舊式建築物,將其最好的特色,融入於現代設計所有的便利元素當中。

這些有影響力的精英都選擇這大樓作為他們的安樂窩。大樓的住客包括名人丹佐·華盛頓 (Denzel Washington)、斯汀 (Sting)、諾曼·李爾 (Norman Lear)、鲍勃·科斯塔 (Bob Costas)、傑夫·戈登 (Jeff Gordon) [因 納斯卡 (NASCAR)  著名]、勞埃德·布蘭克芬 (Lloyd Blankfein) [高盛 (Goldman)  總裁]、丹尼爾·勒布 (Daniel Loeb)、史葛·邦瑪 (Scott Bommer) 和丹尼爾·奧舒 (Daniel Och) [頂級對沖出資者],亦有北京最大的房地產發展公司 SOHO 中國的總裁張欣和董事長潘石屹。此外,亦有很多其他的行業元首、金融巨頭和名人都住在這裏。2009 年,紐約郵報估計在這座樓宇內的住客身家總計近 500 億美元。若現時這數字有顯著增加,實在不足為奇!

這裏有 201 間公寓,當中房間數目由一房至八房不等。2007 年開始銷售大樓時,每平方呎的平均價格接近 $2,500 美元,隨後,根據尋路易 (Streeteasy) 地產表示,這幢樓宇的公寓由現時價格急升至約每平方呎 $4,500 美元。在整個經濟衰退期間, 中央公園西15號 的價格仍然持續上升。

座擁中央公園主要景觀的公寓,價格明顯比每平方呎 $4,500 美元為高,舉例來說,樓房中面向中央公園的 3-A 單位剛在 2011 年 9 月以 $1700 萬美元成交,即是每平方呎 $5,843 美元。

再看另一個不同的例子,一個面向大樓且僅有一房的 6-L 單位 (除了觀望到另一座中央公園西 15 號的樓宇外,沒有其他景觀) 以 $490 萬美元,即每平方呎 $3,678 美元售出,這價格是上季度紐約公寓平均價格的三倍。

這樓宇在 2011 年比較曯目的銷售單位包括以 $2450 萬美元,即每平方呎 $7903 售出的 27-A,以及以 $1650 萬美元,即每平方呎 $5976 美元售出的 26-C。

此外,最近期成交的 7-G 單位,除了面向百老匯,亦可從主人房眺望中央公園。這公寓以 $5,575,000 美元,即每平方呎 $3173 美元售出,也許是這樓宇中售價最低的單位之一。

這樓宇於 2011 年成交的其餘單位有以 $750 萬美元,即每平方呎 $3914 美元售出的 12-L,以及以 $925 萬美元,即每平方呎 $4967 美元售出的 9-M。

於 2011 年出售但現時仍未成交的三個公寓包括要價 $685 萬美元 (即每平方呎 $3143) 的 2-D、要價 $2500 萬美元 (即每平方呎 $7879 美元) 的 28-D,以及要價 $2875 萬美元 (即每平方呎 $9060 美元) 的 31-D。我們需要多待幾星期,才可知道這些單位的實際銷售價格,但我們預計成交價不會與這個要價相距太遠。

最後,這樓宇現時只有兩間仍有機會購買的公寓,這包括要價為 $8,395,000 美元 (即每平方呎 $4,224 美元) 的3-F,以及要價為 $8,900,000 美元 (即每平方呎 $4,168 美元) 的3-E。

為服務我們的買家,過往數年我們不斷跟進這樓宇的情況,因此對這樓宇的狀況頗為熟識。如要安排睇樓或取得更多資訊 (包括可購買的樓宇的最新資料),只須給我們發送一個簡單通知即可。請點擊下面連結以取得更多資料。

 

中央公園西 15 號住宅單位有售

PRWEB 新聞發報

 

就在你认为纽约市中央公园西15号(15 Central Park West)的房价不会再继续攀升时,花旗银行前首席执行官Sandy Weill最近将他在该大楼的顶层阁楼以8800万美元的高价挂牌出售。据最近的报告称,他已经找到了买家 – 这仅仅是在发布三周以后,而且是以破纪录的高价!

在此之前,该大楼的最高售价是该大楼的开发商之一William Zeckendorf在一年前的2010年12月创造的,当时他以4000万美元(合每平方英尺近1万美元)的售价将自己的顶层阁楼售出。

中央公园西15号造就了一段传奇的成功故事,短暂但载入史册。中心公园西15号坐落在原五月花酒店的原址上,包括两栋(住房和塔楼)石灰石大楼,大楼的设计者是著名的“明星建筑师”Robert AM Stern。大楼的设计与中央公园西、第五大道和公园大道两侧古老而庄严的建筑群交相辉映,既展现了自身的最佳特色,又增添了很多现代化的便利设施。

社会精英们都梦想将这栋大楼作为自己的住宅和办公场所。该大楼中居住了许多社会名流,包括Denzel Washington、Sting、Norman Lear、Bob Costas、Jeff Gordon(著名的NASCAR车手)、Lloyd Blankfein(Goldman首席执行官)、Daniel Loeb、Scott Bommer和Daniel Och(顶级对冲基金经理),以及北京最大的房地产开发商SOHO中国的主席潘石屹和首席执行官张欣。另外还聚集了许多的行业巨头和名人富贾。早在2009年,New York Post曾估算大楼所有住户的总资产净值接近500亿美元。如果说这个数据现在又有了显著的增长,一点也不奇怪。

大楼共拥有201套公寓,房型多种多样,从1卧到8卧不等。2007年,大楼开盘时的均价为每平方英尺约2500美元,而据Streeteasy称,如今的房价已迅速蹿升至每平方英尺4500美元。即便在经济衰退期间,中央公园西15号(15 Central Park West)的房价仍然稳步上涨。

如果能观赏到中央公园的美丽风景,这样的公寓价格要远远高于每平方英尺4500美元。例如,大楼面朝中央公园的单元3-A在2011年9月刚刚过户,售价1700万美元,合每平方英尺5843美元。

相反,单元6-L是朝向内的1卧(只能看到另一栋中央公园西15号的大楼,看不到其他景致),其售价仅为490万美元,合每平方英尺3678美元,约为纽约上季度共有公寓均价的三倍。

2011年还售出了另两套引人注目的单位,分别是2450万美元(合每平方英尺7903美元)的单元27-A和1650万美元(合每平方英尺5976美元)的单元26-C。

最近过户的单元是7-G,该公寓面朝百老汇,主卧中可以欣赏到中央公园的绝佳美景。该公寓售价为557.5万美元,合每平方英尺3173美元,这也许是该大楼售价最低的公寓之一。

此外,2011年还过户了单元12-L,售价750万美元,合每平方英尺3914美元,以及单元9-M,售价925万美元,合每平方英尺4976美元。

2011年售出但尚未过户的3套公寓是:单元2-D,售价685万美元,合每平方英尺3143美元;单元28-D,售价2500万美元,合每平方英尺7879美元;单元31-D,售价2875万美元,合每平方英尺9060美元。虽然还要几周才能知道这些单元的实际售价,但我们预计过户价与报价不会相差太远。

如今,大楼就只剩下两套公寓在售:单元3-F,售价839.5万美元,合每平方英尺4224美元,以及单元3-E,售价890万美元,合每平方英尺4168美元。

多年来,我们一直为购房者跟踪这栋大楼,对这栋大楼的销售情况了如指掌。如果你想预约看房或是了解更多信息,包括最新的房源,只需向我们发送即时消息即可。欲知详情,请单击下面的链接。

 

中央公园西15号(15 CENTRAL PARK WEST)的在售住房

PRWEB新闻稿

 

 

Just when you thought prices at 15 Central Park West in New York couldn’t go any higher, the ex-CEO of Citibank, Sandy Weill, recently listed his penthouse at 15 CPW for $88 million. According to recent reports, it looks like he found a buyer – after only 3 weeks – at a record-breaking price!

Previously, the highest selling price in the building was for the penthouse owned by William Zeckendorf, one of the developers of the building, which sold for $40 million (or almost $10,000 per square foot) just one year ago, in December, 2010.

The huge success story known as 15 CPW has had a short but storied history. Situated on the site of the old Mayflower Hotel, 15 CPW is a complex consisting of two limestone buildings – the house and the tower – designed by“starchitect”Robert AM Stern. The building’s design pays homage to the old stately buildings that line Central Park West, Fifth Avenue and Park Avenue – taking the best features and adding modern conveniences.

The power elite have chosen this building as their temple of sorts. Building residents include names like Denzel Washington, Sting, Norman Lear, Bob Costas, Jeff Gordon (of NASCAR fame), Lloyd Blankfein (Goldman CEO), Daniel Loeb, Scott Bommer and Daniel Och (top hedge funders), and Zhang Xin and Pan Shiyi, the CEO and Chairman of SOHO China, the largest real estate developer in Beijing. In addition, there are many other heads of industry, financial titans, and celebrities living there. Back in 2009, the New York Post estimated the combined net worth of the buildings’ residents to be close to $50 billion. We wouldn’t be surprised if that number has grown significantly by now!

There are 201 apartments that range from 1-bedroom to 8-bedroom homes. In 2007, the building launched with prices close to an average of $2,500 per sq. ft.; however, those prices quickly jumped to around $4,500 per sq. ft. today, according to Streeteasy. Throughout the recession, prices at 15 Central Park West kept rising.

For prime Central Park views, apartment prices are significantly higher than $4,500 per sq. ft. For example, unit 3-A of the house facing Central Park just closed in September, 2011, for $17 million, or $5,843 per sq. ft.

In contrast, unit 6-L, an interior-facing one bedroom (with no view, except of another 15 CPW building) sold for $4.9 million, or $3,678 per sq. ft. – about three times the average price of a condo in New York during the last quarter.

Other notable sales in the building during 2011 include 27-A, which sold for $24.5 million, or $7,903 per sq. ft. and 26-C, which sold for $16.5 million, or $5,976 per sq. ft.

In addition, the most recent closed sale was for 7-G, which faces Broadway and has a view of Central Park from the master bedroom. This apartment sold for $5,575,000, or $3,173 per sq. ft., perhaps one of the lowest prices in the building.

The remaining closed sales in the building during 2011 were 12-L, sold for $7.5 million, or $3,914 per sq. ft. and 9-M, sold for $9.25 million, or $4,967 per sq. ft.

Three apartments that have sold in 2011, but not yet closed, include: 2-D which had an asking price of $6.85 million, or $3,143 per sq. ft.; 28-D which had an asking price of $25 million, or $7,879 per sq. ft.; and 31-D for $28.75 million, or $9,060 per sq. ft. It will take a few more weeks to see what these units actually sold for, but we expect that the closed prices won’t be too far from the ask.

Finally, there are only two currently available apartments in the building, including 3-F for $8,395,000, or $4,224 per sq. ft. and 3-E for $8,900,000, or $4,168 per sq. ft.

We have been following this building very closely for our buyers over a number of years now and are quite familiar with the building. If you would like to request a showing or further information, including updates on availability, just send us a quick message. And for more info click on the link below.

 

15 Central Park West Residences For Sale

PRWEB Press Release

 

   

Just when you thought prices at 15 Central Park West in New York couldn’t go any higher, the ex-CEO of Citibank, Sandy Weill, recently listed his penthouse at 15 CPW for $88 million. According to recent reports, it looks like he found a buyer – after only 3 weeks – at a record-breaking price!

Previously, the highest selling price in the building was for the penthouse owned by William Zeckendorf, one of the developers of the building, which sold for $40 million (or almost $10,000 per square foot) just one year ago, in December, 2010.

The huge success story known as 15 CPW has had a short but storied history. Situated on the site of the old Mayflower Hotel, 15 CPW is a complex consisting of two limestone buildings – the house and the tower – designed by“starchitect”Robert AM Stern. The building’s design pays homage to the old stately buildings that line Central Park West, Fifth Avenue and Park Avenue – taking the best features and adding modern conveniences.

The power elite have chosen this building as their temple of sorts. Building residents include names like Denzel Washington, Sting, Norman Lear, Bob Costas, Jeff Gordon (of NASCAR fame), Lloyd Blankfein (Goldman CEO), Daniel Loeb, Scott Bommer and Daniel Och (top hedge funders), and Zhang Xin and Pan Shiyi, the CEO and Chairman of SOHO China, the largest real estate developer in Beijing. In addition, there are many other heads of industry, financial titans, and celebrities living there. Back in 2009, the New York Post estimated the combined net worth of the buildings’ residents to be close to $50 billion. We wouldn’t be surprised if that number has grown significantly by now!

There are 201 apartments that range from 1-bedroom to 8-bedroom homes. In 2007, the building launched with prices close to an average of $2,500 per sq. ft.; however, those prices quickly jumped to around $4,500 per sq. ft. today, according to Streeteasy. Throughout the recession, prices at 15 Central Park West kept rising.

For prime Central Park views, apartment prices are significantly higher than $4,500 per sq. ft. For example, unit 3-A of the house facing Central Park just closed in September, 2011, for $17 million, or $5,843 per sq. ft.

In contrast, unit 6-L, an interior-facing one bedroom (with no view, except of another 15 CPW building) sold for $4.9 million, or $3,678 per sq. ft. – about three times the average price of a condo in New York during the last quarter.

Other notable sales in the building during 2011 include 27-A, which sold for $24.5 million, or $7,903 per sq. ft. and 26-C, which sold for $16.5 million, or $5,976 per sq. ft.

In addition, the most recent closed sale was for 7-G, which faces Broadway and has a view of Central Park from the master bedroom. This apartment sold for $5,575,000, or $3,173 per sq. ft., perhaps one of the lowest prices in the building.

The remaining closed sales in the building during 2011 were 12-L, sold for $7.5 million, or $3,914 per sq. ft. and 9-M, sold for $9.25 million, or $4,967 per sq. ft.

Three apartments that have sold in 2011, but not yet closed, include: 2-D which had an asking price of $6.85 million, or $3,143 per sq. ft.; 28-D which had an asking price of $25 million, or $7,879 per sq. ft.; and 31-D for $28.75 million, or $9,060 per sq. ft. It will take a few more weeks to see what these units actually sold for, but we expect that the closed prices won’t be too far from the ask.

Finally, there are only two currently available apartments in the building, including 3-F for $8,395,000, or $4,224 per sq. ft. and 3-E for $8,900,000, or $4,168 per sq. ft.

We have been following this building very closely for our buyers over a number of years now and are quite familiar with the building. If you would like to request a showing or further information, including updates on availability, just send us a quick message. And for more info click on the link below.

 

15 Central Park West Residences For Sale

PRWEB Press Release

 

   

Just when you thought prices at 15 Central Park West in New York couldn’t go any higher, the ex-CEO of Citibank, Sandy Weill, recently listed his penthouse at 15 CPW for $88 million. According to recent reports, it looks like he found a buyer – after only 3 weeks – at a record-breaking price!

Previously, the highest selling price in the building was for the penthouse owned by William Zeckendorf, one of the developers of the building, which sold for $40 million (or almost $10,000 per square foot) just one year ago, in December, 2010.

The huge success story known as 15 CPW has had a short but storied history. Situated on the site of the old Mayflower Hotel, 15 CPW is a complex consisting of two limestone buildings – the house and the tower – designed by“starchitect”Robert AM Stern. The building’s design pays homage to the old stately buildings that line Central Park West, Fifth Avenue and Park Avenue – taking the best features and adding modern conveniences.

The power elite have chosen this building as their temple of sorts. Building residents include names like Denzel Washington, Sting, Norman Lear, Bob Costas, Jeff Gordon (of NASCAR fame), Lloyd Blankfein (Goldman CEO), Daniel Loeb, Scott Bommer and Daniel Och (top hedge funders), and Zhang Xin and Pan Shiyi, the CEO and Chairman of SOHO China, the largest real estate developer in Beijing. In addition, there are many other heads of industry, financial titans, and celebrities living there. Back in 2009, the New York Post estimated the combined net worth of the buildings’ residents to be close to $50 billion. We wouldn’t be surprised if that number has grown significantly by now!

There are 201 apartments that range from 1-bedroom to 8-bedroom homes. In 2007, the building launched with prices close to an average of $2,500 per sq. ft.; however, those prices quickly jumped to around $4,500 per sq. ft. today, according to Streeteasy. Throughout the recession, prices at 15 Central Park West kept rising.

For prime Central Park views, apartment prices are significantly higher than $4,500 per sq. ft. For example, unit 3-A of the house facing Central Park just closed in September, 2011, for $17 million, or $5,843 per sq. ft.

In contrast, unit 6-L, an interior-facing one bedroom (with no view, except of another 15 CPW building) sold for $4.9 million, or $3,678 per sq. ft. – about three times the average price of a condo in New York during the last quarter.

Other notable sales in the building during 2011 include 27-A, which sold for $24.5 million, or $7,903 per sq. ft. and 26-C, which sold for $16.5 million, or $5,976 per sq. ft.

In addition, the most recent closed sale was for 7-G, which faces Broadway and has a view of Central Park from the master bedroom. This apartment sold for $5,575,000, or $3,173 per sq. ft., perhaps one of the lowest prices in the building.

The remaining closed sales in the building during 2011 were 12-L, sold for $7.5 million, or $3,914 per sq. ft. and 9-M, sold for $9.25 million, or $4,967 per sq. ft.

Three apartments that have sold in 2011, but not yet closed, include: 2-D which had an asking price of $6.85 million, or $3,143 per sq. ft.; 28-D which had an asking price of $25 million, or $7,879 per sq. ft.; and 31-D for $28.75 million, or $9,060 per sq. ft. It will take a few more weeks to see what these units actually sold for, but we expect that the closed prices won’t be too far from the ask.

Finally, there are only two currently available apartments in the building, including 3-F for $8,395,000, or $4,224 per sq. ft. and 3-E for $8,900,000, or $4,168 per sq. ft.

We have been following this building very closely for our buyers over a number of years now and are quite familiar with the building. If you would like to request a showing or further information, including updates on availability, just send us a quick message. And for more info click on the link below.

 

15 Central Park West Residences For Sale

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