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Sales Launch Recap: See What Hit the Market This Week

For some of these listings, high-profile folks have resided within

Bobby Flay Cuts the Ask of His Chelsea Duplex to $6.95M: After seven months on the market, the Chelsea duplex is now asking $1 million less.

10 Sullivan's Chopped-Up Triplex Penthouse Now Has Listings: Luxury condo market slowdowns are driving developers to downsize their units into more "affordable" ones.

Designer Alexander Wang Lists His Chic Tribeca Loft for $3.75M: The renowned designer is parting ways with his lofty one-bedroom apartment.

Chelsea Clinton's Onetime Madison Square Park Pad Returns For $5.95M: The Grand Madison three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom apartment is back up for grabs.

168-Year-Old Gramercy Townhouse Lists For the Second Time Ever For $7.5M: Built in 1848, there haven’t been many other opportunities to purchase this house.

Two Adjoining Bronx Houses With a Massive Indoor Pool Seek $3.85M: This listing is a package deal; think BOGO.

Hell’s Kitchen Condos Promising ‘Authentic’ Feel Ask From $2.5M: One of the five condos at 318 West 47th Street has hit the market.

West Village Townhouse Occupied By LCD Soundsystem Label DFA Records Asks $16M: Here’s your chance to land a home with a built-in recording studio.

On Tiny Centre Market Place, a Townhouse Once Owned By a Famous Design Duo Asks $8M: Bob and Cortney Novogratz once held ownership over this four-bedroom Nolita home.

Enormous Riverdale Estate With Historic Details Wants $9.2M: Featured in the Monday Mansion, this seven bedroom mansion boasts a wet bar, sunroom, and photography room.