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The crowning penthouse at Harlem’s Circa Central Park sold for a record $9.45 million.
Fewer closings at luxury buildings mean pricing was down this quarter.
The Harlem condo comes with more standard amenities like a gym, as well as picnic baskets for trips to Central Park.
There are now fewer than 50 public gas stations in Manhattan.
The condo on the erstwhile last undeveloped corner of Central Park seems like its just a few months away from welcoming its first residents.
The swanky FXFOWLE-designed condos start at $1.1M and feature panoramic views of Central Park.
The affordable housing lottery for Circa’s affordable apartments is now open. Ten studios to two-bedrooms are asking between $225,000 and $381,000. The lottery closes on July 26.
Circa Central Park topped out in January, and is now finally getting its shiny glass facade. Look on at the semicircular condo coming to Central Park's last undeveloped corner.
The last undeveloped corner of Central Park is undeveloped no longer with the debut of Circa Central Park, the FXFOWLE-designed condo at 110th Street and Frederick Douglass Circle. The building's 38 market-rate units are officially on the market.
New details have emerged for Circa, a new condo rising on Central Park's northwest corner.