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Tenth Floor of One York Street Just Got $4 Million Cheaper

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Continuing the trend of glassy Tribeca luxury condos lingering on the market for far too long, the tenth floor of the Enrique Norten-designed One York got a visit from the PriceChopper today, bringing its ask down to $18 million. It was originally listed for $22 million last April.

Changes to the listing other than the price include additional renderings and the fact that Thomas Juul-Hansen is now out as the in-house architect/designer, and architect Drew Lang is in. The floor is currently three separate apartments and would be combined, with Lang's help, although the listing notes that "Design and build out cost subject to separate agreement." The listing has also changed hands from Town to Urban Compass.

UPDATE: The price of the apartment was actually chopped to $18 million while Town still had the listing, and a rep reached out to let us know that, despite what the Urban Compass listing (since removed) said, the purchase price does not include services of an architect.

· Listing: 1 York Street #10FLR [Urban Compass]
· Tenth Floor of Tribeca's One York Hits Market for $22 Million [Curbed]

One York

1 York Street, New York, NY 10013