Ἄτιμη κρίσις ποὺ τσακίζεις ΚΑΙ τὸν Κοντομηνᾶ…

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The seller, Dimitrios Contominas of Athens, was represented by Stratos Costalas of the Oxford Property Group.

Central Park Vistas for $21.39 Million

A condominium with nearly 70 feet of unobstructed Central Park vistas along with multidirectional skyline views at 25 Columbus Circle, near the pinnacle of the south tower at the Time Warner Center, sold for $21.39 million and was the most expensive sale of the week, according to city records. In addition, the 3,027-square-foot residence, No. 74C, traded with its own $110,000 storage unit, SU23, one of just 36 in the amenity-laden complex, which brought the total value of the deal to $21.5 million.

The monthly carrying costs for the three-bedroom four-and-a-half-bath apartment, which was listed in May for $24 million, are $12,245.

The corner master suite has views of the park and the George Washington Bridge, while the 27-by-20-foot living room faces the park, and the Statue of Liberty can be glimpsed from several rooms.

The seller, Dimitrios Contominas of Athens, was represented by Stratos Costalas of the Oxford Property Group. Alina Green of Granal Inc., a boutique residential brokerage, negotiated on behalf of the buyer, who made the acquisition through Arcus Properties V, a limited liability company based in Brooklyn.

The runner-up, at $16.55 million, was a full-floor residence at 760 Park Avenue, a 14-story co-op built in the neo-Renaissance style in 1924 on the northwest corner of East 72nd Street. The fully renovated 13-room apartment on the third floor of the white-glove co-op had been listed at $17.5 million.

The apartment has five bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths and a lavishly paneled home theater. The corner master suite, living room, library and corner dining room all face the avenue; both the master and the living room have ornate marble fireplaces.

John Burger of Brown Harris Stevens handled the listing for the sellers, James and Marie Kelly; the buyers, Robert and Natasha Boucai, were represented by Nancy J. Elias, also of Brown Harris Stevens. Mr. Boucai is the manager of Newbrook Capital Advisors, a hedge fund.

Big Ticket includes closed sales from the previous week, ending Wednesday.

New York times

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