The Year Ended With Another Big Sale at 220 Central Park South


Besides being the building’s second most expensive unit, the apartment also is the third priciest residence ever sold in the city — behind Mr. Griffin’s purchase and a duplex at the pinnacle of One57, on West 57th Street, that was bought in 2015 for nearly $100.5 million, reportedly by Michael Dell, the chief executive of Dell Technologies.

The $59-million apartment on the 48th floor was sold to a New York entity called Noble Birch (US) Inc. The full-floor unit, which encompasses 6,591 square feet, has five bedrooms, six full baths, two powder rooms and a 96-square-foot balcony. The list price was $67 million.

Also closing in the building at year’s end was No. 66, another full-floor unit, with 4,935 square feet, four bedrooms, five full baths, two powder rooms and a 96-square-foot balcony. It was bought for $54.5 million by the limited liability company Datoun66.

No. 59A, a 3,814-square-foot unit with three bedrooms and three and a half baths, sold for $36.1 million, The buyers were listed as Liedong Ding and Haiyan Bao.

No. 34A was purchased for $31 million by the limited liability company SPC 34A. It has 3,703 square feet with four bedrooms and four and a half baths, along with a 20-foot balcony. And No. 55B, which sold for $26.8 million, has 3,211 square feet, three bedrooms and three and a half baths. The buyer was 220 March LLC.

At 432 Park, the concrete-and-glass skyscraper between 56th and 57th Streets, apartment No. 65A closed at nearly $24 million. The 4,019-square-foot aerie has three bedrooms, four and a half baths and a library.

The sale price was below the $27 million that it first sold for in July 2016. (The unit was sold back to the building sponsor, in September 2017, for $27.9 million, and then sold again in December 2017, for $26.4 million.)



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