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Tidbit on St. Patty's Day Parade Route; The Charles Is Topped

MANHATTAN—StreetEasy has crunched the numbers to determine which of the city's public parade routes have the most expensive real estate. As it turns out, it's not the west side's Thanksgiving Day Parade or downtown's Gay Pride March, but Monday's St. Patrick's Day Parade on the east side during which participants mow down the corridor with the most expensive real estate. Median home prices down the west side's Thanksgiving Day Parade weigh in at $2 million, with Gay Pride March home prices at $1.6 million. The St. Patrick's Day Parade will litter a stretch of Fifth Avenue where median home prices are $3.7 million. [CurbedWire Inbox]

UPPER EAST SIDE—The Charles at 1355 First Avenue, a luxury condominium with floor-through, four-bedroom residences, finally celebrated its topping out on March 6 following several years of delay in its construction. The 32-story building was developed by Bluerock and was designed by Ismael Leyva. [CurbedWire Inbox; previously]

The Charles

1355 First Avenue, New York, NY