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Soho Co-op Almost Sets Record; BK Home Thinks It's a Unicorn

The real estate whodunnit from Curbed NY...

1) Soho: An incredible penthouse co-op apartment at 383 West Broadway has closed for a record-grazing $26.58 million. If the penthouse had garnered the original ask of $32 million, it would have been the most expensive co-op to sell downtown. The 7,200-square-foot penthouse has a viewing room, home gym, and a private, landscaped rooftop.

2) Cobble Hill: A "rare and mythical" Brooklyn carriage house that's for sale thinks it's a unicorn, and that it's "the stuff that real estate dreams are made of." That's not too far from the truth, but unlike a unicorn, this four- to six-bedroom home can be purchased for $7.995 million.

3) Flatiron: Renderings have been revealed for developer Ian Bruce Eichner's 775-foot-tall cantilevering tower-to-trump-all-towers in the Flatiron District. The tower at 41 West 22nd Street will cantilever 17 feet over over the five-story building to the west.

4) Tribeca: Pritzker prize-winning Shigeru Ban's Cast Iron House at 67 Franklin Street launched sales this week. Units range from the least-expensive 2,990-square-foot 3BR/BA unit on the second floor asking $4.975 million to the 3,809-square-foot 4BR penthouse with 1,531-square-feet of outdoor space asking $12.95 million.
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