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In the clouds at Hudson Yards
REAL ESTATE • FOUND Development
Who says Hudson Yards is dead? Of the seven new development units that traded above $10M in NYC last week, three are inside 15 Hudson Yards, the 88-story tower designed by the ubiquitous Diller Scofidio + Renfro.
In the southeast corner of the neighborhood at the base of another DS+R design (The Shed), the building is a big, glassy tower most of the way up. At the top, it resolves into a four-leaf clover of sorts (vaguely reminiscent of Chicago’s “Wilco” Towers). The flourish is meant to maximize the kinds of views on striking display in PH88B, a 5211-SF unit last listed for $24.975M. A sister unit, PH88C, remains on the market for $23.975M.
The recent sales at 15 Hudson — the first of the new neighborhood’s residential towers to come online in 2016 — have the building at 92% sold, per Marketproof. Prices for the remaining first-time sales start at $6.195M for a 2BR, 2500 SF unit on the 66th floor, up to the penthouses above. Just don’t tell them about The Vessel.
→ 15 Hudson Yards PH83B (Hudson Yards) • 4BR/4.5BA condo, 3203 SF • In contract: 10/05/23 • Closing ask: $10.5M • Common charges: $9,220, monthly taxes: $102 • Marketing: Corcoran.
→ 15 Hudson Yards PH84B (Hudson Yards) • 4BR/4.5BA condo, 3185 SF • In contract: 10/05/23 • Closing ask: $10.5M • Common charges: $9,429, monthly taxes: NA • Marketing: Corcoran.
→ 15 Hudson Yards PH88B (Hudson Yards) • 4BR/6.5BA condo, 5211 SF • In contract: 10/07/23 • Closing ask: $24.975M • Common charges: $16,983, monthly taxes: $188 • Marketing: Corcoran.