Maybe apartment #3A at River House responded to allegations that it has seen better days by hitting the gym, because its price tag has sure slimmed down. The 4,806-square-foot co-op in the building that shall not speak its name was asking $24.5 million when it first hit the market in June 2009, and after one $5 million cut in September, the price is now all the way down to $15 million. That works out to $3,121/square foot, and what square feet they are, with four master bedrooms, a library, two balconies, a double maid's room, and three fireplaces. Don't just take our word for it.
· 435 East 52nd Street [StreetEasy]
· River House Apartment Makes Fresh Start, Minus $5 Million [Curbed]