For the second time in simply over a year, a sprawling triplex on Broome Street set a document for the very best value paid for a single residence in SoHo.
The sale value was $49 million, roughly 40 % greater than the $35.1 million, the earlier neighborhood document, the condominium bought for in October 2020. It was additionally the costliest closing in New York City for the month of November.
Several different sizable closings had been recorded in downtown Manhattan throughout the month, together with two penthouses at 56 Leonard, the distinctive Jenga-like glass skyscraper in TriBeCa. The condominium on the pinnacle bought for $45 million, the unit two ranges beneath for $30.1 million.
In NoHo, Michael D. Daffey, a former Goldman Sachs govt who purchased Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime residence on the Upper East Side final winter, bought the duplex penthouse he shared along with his spouse, Blake Daffey. The value was $24.6 million. And in the West Village, a four-story townhouse with a storage was purchased for $17.6 million, almost $1.7 million above the asking value.
Elsewhere in town, the veteran TV journalist Soledad O’Brien and her husband, Brad Raymond, an funding banker, purchased a penthouse with a spacious rooftop terrace in Harlem.
The document SoHo sale, at $49 million, passed off at 419-421 Broome Street, the Nineteenth-century cast-iron constructing the place the actor Heath Ledger had been renting a loft when he died 13 years in the past. The penthouse is located close to Crosby Street in the SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District Extension.
The vendor was Menemshovitz NY Realty, an entity apparently related to the company that three years in the past purchased the holiday residence the Obama family had rented for 3 summers in Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.; the customer used the restricted legal responsibility company Oak Shade.
The loftlike condominium, encompassing the fifth by means of seventh flooring, has round 8,000 sq. toes of inside space, with three bedrooms and 5 full and two half bogs, together with two kitchens, a media room and a fitness center. There can also be a roof deck and 6 landscaped terraces, totaling 3,800 sq. toes, certainly one of which features a scorching tub.
The residence had been meticulously renovated earlier than the 2 record-setting gross sales, by David Matlin, a distressed asset investor, and his spouse, Lisa Matlin. The couple acquired the triplex 10 years in the past for $17.8 million. And after 4 years of top-to-bottom work that included painstakingly deciding on high-end supplies from around the globe, they put it again on the market in 2018, initially for as a lot as $65 million.
At 56 Leonard, the top-floor penthouse that closed at $45 million encompasses almost 7,800 sq. toes over two flooring and accommodates 5 bedrooms and 5 and a half bogs, together with a chook’s-eye view of New York Harbor and the Hudson River.
The rambling duplex, with floor-to-ceiling home windows and 19-foot ceilings, has greater than 1,200 sq. toes of outside space that features a terrace off the kitchen and nice room, one other off a bed room, and a non-public balcony in the first bed room suite.
The vendor, recognized as Uticon Investment Holdings L.L.C., had paid round $47.9 million for the unit when it was brand-new, in June 2017. The new proprietor used the restricted legal responsibility company Misfit Owlet.
The penthouse, on the 58th ground, has 5 bedrooms, 5 and a half bogs and 5,489 sq. toes, and bought for $30.1 million. It additionally has panoramic water and cityscape views from its partitions of home windows and two terraces, off the principle bed room suite and the good room. The purchaser’s id was shielded by the restricted legal responsibility company Proudspire.
The vendor was Leon Shaulov, the founding father of the hedge fund Maplelane Capital, which earlier this year had lost money betting towards GameStop’s stock. But he and his spouse, Irina Shaulov, made a good-looking revenue on the condominium sale, having purchased it in April 2017 for almost $26.8 million.
The cantilevered constructing, accomplished in 2017 on the nook of Leonard and Church Streets, was designed by the Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron and developed by the Alexico Group.
The NoHo duplex bought by Mr. Daffey for $24.6 million is at 25 Bond Street, a cobblestone highway close to Lafayette Street. It extends 6,376 sq. toes and has 4 bedrooms, 4 full bogs and two powder rooms. The residence additionally comes with a 550-square-foot terrace off the good room and a 1,900-square-foot roof deck with an extra-large scorching tub. Both out of doors areas have gorgeous Manhattan skyline vistas.
The condominium, initially listed for $27.5 million, was bought by means of the restricted legal responsibility company Adig Properties.
In March, the Daffeys closed on the acquisition of the Epstein mansion at 9 East 71st Street, paying $51 million. The neo-French Classic constructing, between Madison and Fifth Avenues, was initially listed for $88 million in July 2020, a number of months after Mr. Epstein’s suicide in a Manhattan jail cell, the place he was being held on sex-trafficking expenses.
The Daffeys mentioned they deliberate an intensive makeover of the Upper East Side constructing “physically and spiritually.”
The West Village townhouse sale, totaling $17.6 million, passed off at 95 Bedford Street, between Grove and Barrow Streets. The asking value was $15.95 million.
The brick structure, 25 toes vast and traversing 9,232 sq. toes, is presently configured as a multifamily residence with a storage, in line with the listing with Leslie J. Garfield, however could possibly be transformed into “an unrivaled single-family West Village mansion.”
The constructing was erected in 1895 and first used as a steady, and later served as the house of J. Goebel & Company, an importer of Grossalmerode clay.
The new proprietor is listed as Bedford Village, LLC.
The Harlem penthouse bought by Ms. O’Brien and Mr. Raymond is at 1845-51 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard. The couple paid $4.8 million.
Their new 5,810-square-foot residence has six bedrooms and 6 and a half bogs, together with a lounge with a wood-burning hearth, a household room and a house office, in line with the itemizing with Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
But the house’s actual showstopper could be discovered by climbing a glass and stainless-steel-staircase off the principle lobby. At the highest sits a 4,000-square foot terrace that includes an out of doors kitchen and eating space, two cabanas, and a basketball half court docket. The space additionally presents Central Park and metropolis skyline views.
Ms. O’Brien, a former CNN anchor, is the founding father of the Starfish Media Group, a media manufacturing company.
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