After being crowned NYC’s best selling building 2 years in a row, the time has come for Williamsburg’s The Edge to leave its top spot. Q1 2013 brought a new wave of buildings into PropertyShark’s top 10 list of buildings with most units sold, half of them having median sale prices over $1 million.
Upper East Side, which hasn’t been part of the list for a while, is back, with 2 buildings making it into the top 10. Comparing median sale prices for units sold this quarter over the entire last year, one can see that, in general, folks were more willing to pay more money for an apartment in Q1 2013.
With no further ado, here is how the top 10 looks like:
#1. 250 West Street
250 West Street, in the heart of Tribeca’s historic district, leads the Q1 2013 top 10. It sold the most units, 48, and at the largest median sale price, $2,823,098. First built in 1906, as a warehouse, the 11-story building was converted into apartments, and now features over 100 luxury units.
#2. Sky View Parc
Flushing’s Sky View Parc was ranked 8th last year. It now occupies second place, having sold 43 units in the first quarter of 2013, with a median sale price of $660,000. The final tower at the three-tower Sky View Park complex has hit the market this February, offering 134 units over 11 floors, including 22 penthouses.
#3. 225 Rector Place
225 Rector Place is our bronze medalist, with 39 units sold in the first three months of the year and a median sale price of $661,863. The 24-story Battery Park City building needed just seven months to sell half of its 200 condominiums. The sale of the 225 Rector Place’s 100th unit was announced this January.
Check below to see the entire list:
|Top 10 Best-Selling NYC Buildings in Q1 2013
|250 West Street||Tribeca||48||$2,823,098|
|Sky View Parc||Flushing||43||$660,000|
|225 Rector Place||Battery Park City||39||$661,863|
|Manhattan House||Upper East Side||21||$2,327,749|
|One Brooklyn Bridge Park||Brooklyn Heights||18||$1,285,000|
|Bell Tell Lofts||Downtown Brooklyn||16||$917,296|
|99 John Deco Lofts||Financial District||15||$565,000|
|70 Washington Street||Dumbo||14||$1,154,725|
|515 East 72||Upper East Side||13||$767,251|
|20 Pine–The Collection||Financial District||13||$1,145,000|