All the latest real estate news from Curbed NY...
1) Central Park South: The largest penthouses in the Robert A.M. Stern-designed 220 Central Park South will ask between $150 million and $175 million, according to a source, which would make it the most expensive home in New York City. Though the penthouses aren't listed on the development's offering plan, the least expensive unit in the building will ask $11.95 million, so...yeah.
2) Upper East Side: If you're in the market for something a bit cheaper, there's always the $130 million triplex in 520 Park Avenue, designed by (who else) Robert A.M. Stern. The floorplan for that apartment just surfaced.
3) New York City: Though NYC is certainly an expensive place to rent, it could be worse, if it was San Francisco. Rental data from listings website Zumper reveals that San Fran still reigns supreme as the priciest city for renters in the country, with New York coming in second. (Miami, if you're curious, is eighth.)
4) New York City: New York's landmarks law turns 50 this year, and to celebrate we're bringing you inside six classic landmarks that have narrowly dodged the wrecking ball, from the New Amsterdam Theater, which was flooded in the '80s, to Radio City Music Hall, which was saved from its own owners.
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