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Wow nice! When will they start covering that small narrow gap where the highest pool is located on Central Park Tower?
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Makes me dizzy just looking at them tho! lol.
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https://www.mansionglobal.com/amp/ar...rebound-224333

Manhattan’s Luxury Market Continues Miraculous Rebound
Deals for homes asking $4 million and up soared to 2015 levels in February



BY BECKIE STRUM
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The Manhattan luxury housing market has notched the strongest week since the robust days of mid-2016, new data shows.

Forty homes asking $4 million or more went into contract in the week ending Sunday, the most recorded since a seven-day stretch in August 2016, when 43 such deals were struck, according to a weekly roundup from Olshan Realty on Monday. It marks the fourth week in a row that Manhattan has logged 30 or more luxury deals and signals a marked turnaround from the depths of the pandemic-fueled slowdown.

For context,144 homes asking $4 million or more have gone into contract during the past four weeks, totaling $1.18 billion in pending sales.
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It was a “luxury-market wave not seen since a similar streak in 2015,” wrote Donna Olshan, president of Olshan Realty in the report.

The most expensive unit to find a buyer last week was an apartment in Chelsea asking $25.995 million. It’s been a long road to find a buyer for the three-bedroom home—a combination of two apartments—which has been on and off the market since 2017 and once had a $40 million price tag.

The home is in a 19-story condominium designed by renowned firm Foster + Partners and comes with access to the building’s fitness center, concierge and children’s playroom.

The second-priciest deal was for a massive double spread at the Time Warner Center in Midtown, which was asking $25 million. NFL quarterback Tom Brady previously owned one half of the combo unit before selling it to the current owner in 2011 for $17.5 million. The owner then snapped up a neighboring apartment a few years later for $18 million and combined the two, according to the report from Olshan.
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Manhattan’s housing rebound extended beyond the luxury market in February, according to data from Garrett Derderian, director of market intelligence at Serhant. At all price points, it was the strongest February for signed contracts since at least 2008, when Serhant began tracking the data.

There have been 2,472 contracts signed since the beginning of the year, a level not recorded since the same period in 2015, Mr. Derderian said in a market note.
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Manhattan’s Luxury Market Continues Miraculous Rebound
Deals for homes asking $4 million and up soared to 2015 levels in February



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The second priciest is selling for $25 million for a combination which cost $17 million AND $18 million ($35 million) previously?

This is a rebound?

That looks like a $10 million loss in value.

Please explain?
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Old Posted Mar 3, 2021, 1:49 AM
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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

The second priciest is selling for $25 million for a combination which cost $17 million AND $18 million ($35 million) previously?

This is a rebound?

That looks like a $10 million loss in value.

Please explain?

The rebound is the market activity, not profit or loss.


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Forty homes asking $4 million or more went into contract in the week ending Sunday, the most recorded since a seven-day stretch in August 2016, when 43 such deals were struck, according to a weekly roundup from Olshan Realty on Monday.

It marks the fourth week in a row that Manhattan has logged 30 or more luxury deals


Manhattan’s housing rebound extended beyond the luxury market in February, according to data from Garrett Derderian, director of market intelligence at Serhant. At all price points, it was the strongest February for signed contracts since at least 2008, when Serhant began tracking the data.

There have been 2,472 contracts signed since the beginning of the year, a level not recorded since the same period in 2015.



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The rebound is the market activity, not profit or loss.







https://www.instagram.com/p/CL7a_QzBYWj/





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That seems like someone saying that an increase in termite activity is an indicator of structural integrity.

Of course this kind of thinking is right in line with a national willingness to believe that dropping bombs

is a form of "de-escalation."
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Old Posted Mar 3, 2021, 5:17 PM
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That seems like someone saying that an increase in termite activity is an indicator of structural integrity.

Of course this kind of thinking is right in line with a national willingness to believe that dropping bombs

is a form of "de-escalation."

No. It doesn’t. The market was DEAD the past few years, particularly in the last one. The increase in sales to a level unseen in years is a sign of the market coming back to life, not of termites, or whatever other unrelated analogies you would like to make.
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Could someone give me, say $100 million...
https://centralparktower.com/?utm_so...stream%20Video
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Could someone give me, say $100 million...
https://centralparktower.com/?utm_so...stream%20Video

The park is nice and all, but for me, I would want the view that has all of these towers in it also.



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