1) All Over: It's not just Manhattan that's seeing crazy high pricesit's a city-wide phenomenon. As a whole, New York City has set a new sales price record in 2014, with homes selling for an average of $975,411.
2) Midtown: A 68-story office tower could rise just down the block from the Empire State Building. A developer wants to raze the historic Hotel Pennsylvania and erect the glassy skyscraper in its place.
3) Greenwich Village: No one wants to live in this 21-foot-wide townhouse on Washington Place. It sold for $8.85M in March, and it's now back on the market for $11M.
4) Soho:· Curbed NY [ny.curbed]