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The Best-Selling Building of 2010 Was Actually a Zombie

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So maybe the early numbers were a little too early. The best-selling building of 2010 was not, as the November stats suggested, Downtown Brooklyn zebra tower Toren, but a surprise seller: back-from-the-dead be@schermerhorn. The building sold 121 units in 2010, according to data that's hit public record so far and been tabulated by PropertyShark. Toren comes in second with 110 units sold, and One Brooklyn Bridge Park also stayed near the top with a third-place 101 sales. Of course, the list skews in favor of buildings with lots of unsold inventory, so the top ten buildings aren't exactly shockers. Here's one: coming in at #8 was the Upper West Side's Rushmore, the typo-laden Extell condo that was ordered to refund deposits to 41 buyers. Its median 2010 sales price of $2,081,461 rings up higher?by a wide margin?than any other building on the list.

· Top ten buildings in New York City with most units sold in 2010 [PropertyShark]
· The Best-Selling Buildings Are All in Brooklyn, and Toren is Tops [Curbed]

One Brooklyn Bridge Park

360 Furman Street, Brooklyn, NY

Toren

150 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201