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These Were the 10 Best-Selling Buildings of the First Quarter

We're well into 2013's second quarter by this point, but sometimes the numbers take a little while to crunch. PropertyShark's data on the best-selling buildings of the first quarter landed in the Curbed Inbox today, and the stats, as usual, make for an interesting snapshot of the new development sales market. Below, find the first quarter's ten most blockbustery buildings, complete with number of units sold and median sales price. We begin downtown, at the bottom of the list:

10) Building: 20 Pine
Units Sold: 13
Median Sale Price: $1,145,000

9) Building: 515 East 72nd Street
Units Sold: 13
Median Sale Price: $767,251

8) Building: 70 Washington Street
Units Sold: 14
Median Sale Price: $1,154,725

7) Building: 99 John
Units Sold: 15
Median Sale Price: $565,000

6) Building: BellTel Lofts
Units Sold: 16
Median Sale Price: $917,296

5) Building: One Brooklyn Bridge Park
Units Sold: 18
Median Sale Price: $1,285,000

4) Building: Manhattan House
Units Sold: 21
Median Sale Price: $2,327,749

3) Building: 225 Rector Place
Units Sold: 39
Median Sale Price: $661,863

2) Building: Sky View Parc
Units Sold: 43
Median Sale Price: $660,000

1) Building: 250 West Street
Units Sold: 48
Median Sale Price: $2,823,098
· Here Now, the 10 Best-Selling Buildings of the First Quarter [Curbed]

One Brooklyn Bridge Park

360 Furman Street, Brooklyn, NY

250 West Street

250 West Street, New York, NY

515 East 72nd St

515 East 72nd Street, New York, NY 10021

70 Washington St.

70 Washington St., Brooklyn, NY

225 Rector Place

225 Rector Place, New York, NY 10006