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The Top Three City Home Sales For The Past Seven Days


3. Time to pack it in. The "last penthouse" at Ten East Delaware has gone to someone richer than you. The 34th-floor 3/3.5 has the "perfect floor plan" featuring a foyer, library, fireplaces, a very large balcony, underwhelming kitchen, and hotel amenities including room service and pool-side dining. Listing in January for $2.4M, the unit nudged down ever so slightly to $2.385M. Sorry to be the party pooper, but there may still be a lesser unit or two available from the developer's original stock.
·Listing: 10 E Delaware St. #33B [@properties]



2. The one time neighboring unit to the co-op that Oprah once owned and almost occupied has just sold for $3M. A spitting image of the ex-Oprah dwelling, this sixth-floor space in Benjamin Marshall's 199 E LSD has 4,300 square feet, three beds, three-and-a-half baths, glamourous finishes, a balcony, $5,553 in monthly assessments, and a curbside highway. On the market for a year, a mil was shaved off the initial asking price.
·Listing: 199 E LSD #6W [@properties]


1. An old and marvelous stone mansion on Cedar Street tops this week's priciest sales roundup. The 1891 five-bed boasts 6,400 square feet (we know... it fails the conventional 8,000 sf mansion criterium), renovated interiors with mahogany floors, sculptural marble fireplaces, custom kitchen w/ eat-in booth, master suite w/ office and terrace, and a roof deck. The property has a dainty yet treasured rear patio, courtesy of its cramped Gold Coast location. Ah well, we all make sacrifices. The seller is personal injury attorney Thomas Demetrio, and the buyer is a bank trust. Demetrio took a $1.4M loss over his 2000 purchase, and the final closing price was $3.1M.
·Listing: 66 E Cedar St. [Prudential Rubloff]