Two units at 220 Central Park South in Vornado were under contract for $80.5 million in an off-market deal.

The deal for the luxury supertall includes unit 45A, a 6,600-square-foot residence under contract for $76 million, and a one-bedroom maid’s unit on another floor for $4.5 million, according to people familiar with the matter. The price to sign the contract to tell real deal.

The larger unit was contracted for approximately $20 million more than the former property records The show’s trust with Hudson Valley Lighting Group founder and CEO David Littman paid for the unit in 2019.

The identity of the buyer is not yet known. Elizabeth Salman, who owns the list, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The unit is the second major sale at the building in recent weeks, following a contract for a unit on the 64th floor, a person familiar with the property said.

The five-bedroom, full-floor unit has six bathrooms and two powder rooms, according to marketing materials distributed by Sahlman, who left Corcoran for Compass shortly before the home was signed.

The unit has a master suite with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, separated by a living room from the other three bedrooms, kitchen and dining room.obtained floor plan TRD The display apartment is also equipped with a wine room, library and two balconies.

The lower unit is nearly 1,000 square feet.

The 118-unit tower, designed by Robert AM Stern, began closing in 2018. The building, which was expected to sell for $3.4 billion at the time, cemented its status as the world’s most profitable condominium after a profit of $1 billion in 2018. end of 2020.

One unit in the tower — a 23,000-square-foot courtyard house purchased by Ken Griffin for $240 million — holds the record for the most expensive residential transaction in the United States.

The property is also doing well on the resale market.

Billionaire investor Daniel Och sold his 73rd-floor penthouse last year for $188 million, more than double the $93 million he paid for the 9,600-square-foot apartment in 2019 , becoming one of the most expensive residential real estate deals in New York. ‘

Manhattan’s luxury housing market had a banner week earlier this month, with signings of homes asking $4 million or more reaching their highest level in a year, but the market overall remains lower than it was during last year’s post-lockdown frenzy.

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