Brand-new bluestone creature 41 Bond Street sold off all but one of its units within just over a month of hitting the market this summer. Not so surprising for the best block ever?but still, we're curious how the pricing shakes out. And now that closings have been rolling since mid-November, we have enough evidence to make it worth taking a look.
The Real Deal notes one high-profile buyer, Tommy Hilfiger CEO Fred Gehring, who just paid $7,076,837 for a unit in the building?1.8 percent over the asking price. Most sales have been at or a similar smidge over the ask, with one puzzling exception: the sale of #4/5 for $7,207,378. The unit was originally listed for $11.3 million, making the sale a 36.2 percent discount. Even with that factored into the numbers, the average recorded sales price is $6.282 million. Not too shabby.
UPDATE: A building rep tells us the deal for #4/5 was a deal for raw space, and the duplex will be getting a $4 million to $5 million build-out. PriceChop explained!
· Tommy Hilfiger CEO buys at 41 Bond [Real Deal]
· 41 Bond Street [StreetEasy]
· 41 Bond Street coverage [Curbed]