Once the Great Pyramid exploded onto the Hell's Kitchen scene, The Dillon got pushed aside on the neighborhood's bonkers scale. But how are things at the rippling glass wave of West 53rd Street? StreetEasy has logged 15 closed sales so far in the 83-unit building (full breakdown after the jump), which is only seven stories but takes up almost a full block between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. The average price paid so far is $971/sqft, and the priciest unit to sell is a 1,444sqft 2BR/2BA for $1.55 million.
One sale that has yet to reach public record is #503, a 1BR/1.5BA 888-square-footer that was asking $860,000. But we're guessing the deal is done, because the apartment is now being offered for rent for $3,890 a month. Check it out in the gallery above. It's not The Dillon's first rental. A slightly smaller apartment was asking $3,500 a few months ago.
Here are the sales numbers so far, via StreetEasy. Is it hot in Hell? We'd call it warm.