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Sales Launch Roundup: Here’s What Hit the Market This Week

Catch up on what you may have missed

After Gut Renovation, Lavish Upper East Side Townhouse Wants $42.5M: Nearly 10 years and one extensive renovation later, the Andrew Farkas-owned home is asking $42.5 million—nearly double what he paid for it.

Funky Bond Street Abode That Isn’t Afraid of Patterns Asks $6.2M: The current owner of the penthouse at 1 Bond Street has traded its sleepy suburban hues for a plethora of funky wallpaper and art, and has completely reconfigured its kitchen with lacquer black cabinetry and new appliances.

$30M Tribeca Penthouse Tries New Tactics To Nab a Buyer: In an effort to get those who can afford a $30 million apartment interested in the seemingly unsellable apartment, it recently got new staging, along with a batch of new listings photos that show off the space.

Two Years After Selling, City's Saddest Penthouse Returns Asking $8M: This three-bedroom apartment spanning 3,381-square feet tried on several occasions to find a buyer starting 2008, until it was finally snapped up for $5.1 million in 2014. It has now returned to the market asking $7.995 million.

Upper West Side Fixer-Upper Filled With Lovely Period Details Wants $8M: Compared to some of the townhouse listings we’ve seen recently on the Upper West Side, this five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom house is a steal.

Isay Weinfeld's Nature-Embracing High Line Condo Launches Sales From $1.97M: The development features a total of 36 condos spread out over two 11-story buildings that overlook the High Line, and sit adjacent to Zaha Hadid’s condo project at 520 West 28th Street.