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500 West 21st St. Gets Topped; Stella 60-Percent Sold; More!

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WEST CHELSEA—The Sherwood Equities-developed, Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed condo building at 500 West 21st Street has topped-out after about three months in-the-works. Several of the building's 32 High Line-hugging condos appeared on the market in February, with StreetEasy now showing just three available apartments that are asking between $3.77M and $6.15M. [CurbedWire inbox; previously]

HELL'S KITCHEN—The Art Deco-style converted telcom building now known as Stella Tower has been on the market for just one month, but is already 60-percent sold, The Real Deal has learned. The less-expensive sister building to Chelsea's Walker Tower has signed contracts for 31 of its 51 residences with an average price-per-square-foot of $2,000. The building's four penthouse units, which exceed 3,600-square-feet, are asking between $10M and $14M. [TRD; previously]

TRIBECA—On a slightly smaller scale, boutique Tribeca building 7 Harrison is now 50-percent sold, with six of its 12 units in contract. Remaining units include two three-bedroom, three-bath residences at 2,126- and 2,205-square-feet, asking $4.5M and $6.5M, respectively. [CurbedWire inbox; previously]

7 Harrison Street

7 Harrison Street, New York, NY 10013