This week, real estate website PropertyShark released a list of the top-selling 15 condo properties in new developments in the city in the first half of 2019. Out of those that made the list, 11 were located in Manhattan. A total of 703 residences were sold with 121 sold in a single property, One Manhattan Square, which ranked first in the list. The Extell-owned tower in Lower Manhattan had a median home sale price of $1,647,651.
Coming in second was the Related Company’s Fifteen Hudson Yards where 98 units near the Hudson River were sold at a median price of $3,738,106.
Third on the list was Mack Real Estate’s Greenpoint Condominium, where 63 homes were sold along the East River waterfront at a median price of $1,535,456.
Fourth was Toll Brothers’ 121 East 22nd Street in Gramercy, where 59 condos were sold at a median price of $2,335,375.
Fifth was the supertall 111 Murray Street, developed by Fisher Brothers, Witkoff and New Valley. Fifty-six homes were sold at a median price of $6,533,691.
Sixth was Victor Group and Lendlease’s NoMad tower 277 Fifth Avenue, the tallest residential building on the avenue. There, 44 condos were sold at a median price of $3,280,897.
Seventh was 565 Broome Soho by Bizzi & Partners, Aronov Development and Halpern Real Estate Ventures. There 40 units were sold at a median price of $3,987,179.
Eighth was The Horizon Group’s 264 Webster in Brooklyn’s Kensington neighborhood. At the property, 37 homes were sold at a median price of $614,638.
Ninth was the Sunrise Forest Hills development in Queens built by Rise Development. There, 33 units were sold at a median price of $898,875.
Tenth was William Macklowe’s 21 East 12 in the East Village. At the 22-story structure, which looms over others in the area, 32 homes were sold at a median price of $4,750,561.
Eleventh is Two Fifty West 81 developed by Alchemy Properties. At the location, which is designed to look like nearby pre-war buildings, 26 condos have been sold at a median price of $9,162,741.
Twelfth is 145-38 34 Avenue in Flushing developed by Xin Lin. Modest looking in comparison to other properties on this list, at this seven-story building, 26 units were sold at a median price of $287,433.
Thirteenth is Alfa Development’s 200 East 21st Street in Gramercy. At this eco-friendly property, 24 homes were sold at a median price of $2,519,285.
Fourteenth is the Lower East Side’s 150 Rivington, developed by Cogswell Realty. There, 22 condos were sold at a median price of $1,709,809.
Fifteenth is actually the biggest seller if this list had been compiled by price and not volume of units. At the Vornado-built 220 Central Park South, 22 units sold at a median price of just over $31 million.
The median was raised significantly by the biggest residential transaction ever in New York–to hedge funder Ken Griffin, who bought a $240 million pied-a-terre overlooking Central Park in January.