When this four-bedroom Sutton Place co-op first hit the market back in 2014, it was asking $18 million, a number that was likely spurred by the building's pedigree (it was designed by Rosario Candela) and the apartment's size (it's a duplex, with six bathrooms and high ceilings, in addition to all those bedrooms). But no one bit, and it's gotten price cuts since then: First, it was knocked down to $14 million in 2015; and today, it reappeared with a new listing (from Brown Harris Stevens) and an even lower asking price of $12 million. Despite getting new listing photos, it doesn't look like much has changed at the co-op—including its slightly stuffy decor—which has marble floors, Juliet balconies, antique French mantles, and "a custom, oak wood-paneled, Louis XV-style library."
· Listing: 4 Sutton Place #10/11 [BHS via StreetEasy]
· Sort-Of Stuffy and Ornate Sutton Place Co-Op Wants $18M [Curbed]
· All Pricechopper Coverage [Curbed]