Cracking The $5 M. Zip Code

The Manhattan zip code with the greatest number of home sales of at least $5 million this year has been 10023 on the Upper West Side. (Research site PropertyShark mined the data based on closed deals through Oct. 17.) No surprise, since the area includes 15 Central Park West and the Time Warner Center.

But even without the $5 million-and-up transactions from these ultra-luxury condos – 102 this year! – there have been at least 33 condo, co-op and other single-residential sales that have broken that barrier in 10023.

Herewith, the 16 addresses that gave us the biggest deals in the zip code.

1824 Broadway /1 Central Park West
A total of seven units came from the Trump International Tower, adding up to close to $46.6 million in transactions.

1980 Broadway/111 West 67th Street
The Park Millennium condo tower contributed one unit to the list; it went for over $5.48 million last February.

2112 Broadway
The top half of the Apple Bank Building, which was designed by Edward York and Philip Sawyer in 1928, was recently converted from offices to 29 condos. Two of those sold for over $5 million each this year, accounting for $11.9 million in sales.

25 Central Park West
The Century, an iconic two-towered Art Deco building, contributed three condos to 10023’s number of ultra-luxury sales, totaling $24.2 million.

41 Central Park West
Madonna’s contentious purchase of a co-op apartment at Harperley Hall – price tag: $7 million – added one more property to the list.

46 Central Park West

Further along the strip, one unit in this co-op building sold in August for just under $6 million.

91 Central Park West

And another co-op unit sold here, this one for $7.25 million.

101 Central Park West
Built in 1930, this 19-story co-op building was once home to Harrison Ford. One unit went for $5.85 million in early October.

115 Central Park West
There were three $5 million-and-up co-op sales at the Majestic, racking up $21.8 million in closings.

119 Central Park West /1 West 72nd Street
The Dakota, storied former residence of countless boldface names, was also home to the zip code’s most expensive sale of the year outside of 15 CPW and Time Warner, one $20.5 million deal that closed in January.

200 West End Avenue

One of the new luxury condos at this Costas Kondylis-designed tower squeaked by the ultra-luxury cutoff, going for just over $5.3 million.

13 West 63rd Street

The Park Laurel, also designed by Costas Kondylis, had one unit go for $10 million.

1 West 67th Street

One $5.3 million co-op unit sold in the Hotel des Artistes, a Gothic-style building designed in 1917 by architect George Mort Pollard.

120 West 72nd Street

Seven condo units in Harsen House, newly designed by BKSK Architects, sold for more than $5 million this year, for a total of $44.3 million in sales.

24 West 73rd Street

Israeli entrepreneur Ron Izaki sold two units in this brick condo building for a total of $11.8 million in sales.

55 West 73rd Street

This entire apartment building sold for $7,733,300 at the end of January.

Cracking The $5 M. Zip Code