The City’s Oldest $20M+ Listing Sells After Nine Years; Into the Wild of Hunter’s Point

Posted On Thu, March 19, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, March 19, 2015 By In Real Estate Wire

  • Exploring the last remaining wild spaces on the East River in Hunter’s Point. [Curbed]
  • NYC’s oldest $20M+ listing, a rooftop mansion at 60 Warren Street in Tribeca, has sold for $24.5M after sitting on the market for nine years. [NYO]
  • Yet another rent-stabilized tenant has been sued for putting her apartment on Airbnb. [NYP]
  • Construction will start on the tiny $3.85M elevated park positioned along Forsyth Street right off the Manhattan Bridge. [Bowery Boogie]
  • The stop work order has been lifted at One57, following Tuesday’s incident when a sheet of plexiglass fell from the tower onto two cars. [Metropolis]

Images: 60 Warren Street penthouse; Hunter’s Point by Nathan Kensinger via Curbed (R)

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