It's time to revisit the most expensive homes for sale in New York City right now. Despite the well-documented softening of the luxury market, the uppermost echelon of real estate in the city is still, well, ridiculous. Even though there are fewer nine-digit listings than in previous iterations of this list, some of the usual suspects remain.
We last took stock of the top end of inventory in February, and this go-round, several stalwarts have either left the market or gotten substantial discounts; the lower end of the list now hovers around $46 million. And some biggies now have public listings. (Alas, that’s not the case for 220 Central Park South, which is home to the priciest home sale ever recorded in New York City.)
And even as the list's high and low ends fluctuate, one thing remains the same: the properties are all in Manhattan, and they're all very expensive.
This map was last updated on March 30, 2020.Read More