The first quarter of 2012 saw The Edge edge ahead once again (pun intended) as the building with the most units sold – as was the case taking 2011 as a whole. 4 buildings were in a tie with the same number of units sold, thus meaning that the “top 10″ contained in fact 13 buildings.
#1. The Edge
The two towers at 22 North 6th Street and 34 North 7th Street had a total of 49 units sold in Q1 2012, with a median price of $707,684.
This building, that was 75% sold in November 2011, occupies the second spot on our list, selling 41 units in Q1 2011 at a median price of $735,000.
#3. The Sheffield
This building in Clinton had 26 units sold at a median price of $2,006,031. It is the building with the second highest median price in the top 10, after the 4th placed The Aldyn. Here are the buildings with most units sold in Q1 2012:
|The Aldyn||Lincoln Square||22||$2,118,046|
|99 John Deco Lofts||Financial District||17||$740,000|
|5th On The Park||Central Harlem||15||$860,000|
|269 Grand Central Pkwy N||Glen Oaks||14||$325,000|
|Sky View Parc||Flushing||14||$536,934|
|The Residences at 400 Fifth Avenue||Midtown South||14||$1,605,645|
|The Setai Wall Street||Financial District||13||$988,975|
|Two Northside Piers||Williamsburg||13||$702,593|
|Twelve Twelve Fifth Avenue||Upper Carnegie Hill||13||$1,555,000|