A trophy apartment seeking a buyer who needs no financing.
Pick a million, any million
When it comes to pricing properties these days, brokers in Manhattan are at a loss. In a dynamic market, they’ll tell you, no one knows the best asking price.
Now, comparable recorded sales are almost useless: Those contracts were signed months previously, and the housing market has changed. Continue reading
The Time Warner Center seen from the Top of the Rock in Rockefeller Center.
A broker friend of mine mentioned the other day that there was a broker open house tour near Columbus Circle at the southern end of the Upper West Side. She thought the apartments on view might well interest me.
Most brokers, including me, are little different from most consumers in that the most expensive and lavish properties hold a particular fascination. High on the list of such properties are apartments in the Time Warner Center. (I’ve written about them in past newsletters.)