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Yes, There is an NYC Super’s Unit Valued at $8M

Want a golden ticket to Billionaire’s Row? Become a building super. With intense competition for the best supers, NYC’s most luxurious new condos have units for live-in supers that are prime real estate. The super’s unit, though owned by the building, is provided to the super (also known as the resident manager) as part of their benefits package for as long as they work for the building.

In Q4 2022, the average new development condo in Manhattan sold for $3.6M. Peanuts compared to the 3-bed, 3.5-bath super’s unit at Central Park Tower. More on that is below.

Here’s a look at five ultra-luxe NYC resident manager units.

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5. 50 West 66th Street: $5.6M

At 50 West 66th Street, Extell’s 69-story condo tower in Lincoln Square, the super gets a 3-bed, 3-bath condo that has nearly 2,500 square feet of living space. Priced at $5.6M and $2,307 PSF, this unit is more expensive than the neighborhood’s average condo sold in Q4 for $2.6. More here >>>

50 West 66th Street Superintendent Floor Plan

4. Selene: $5.95M

Selene, aka 100 East 53rd Street, is considered a more attainably priced Billionaire’s Row-caliber development, but the super’s unit here is pretty comparable to One57. With 2-beds, 2.5 baths, and 1,970 square feet valued at $5.95M and $3,020 PSF. That’s pretty pricey compared to Midtown’s average of $2.8M average for a 2-bed in Q4. More here >>>

Selene Superintendent Floor Plan

3. One57: $6.0M

At One57 (aka 157 West 57th Street), the resident manager lives in residence 34C. This 2-bed, 2.5-bath unit is just under 2,000 square feet and is valued at around $6.0M. That’s around $2,800 PSF, which is a bargain considering the average unit in the pioneering Billionaire’s Row tower sold for $3,690 PSF. More here >>>

One57 Superintendent Unit

2. 111 Murray Street: $6.2M

Tribeca condo 111 Murray St is one of Downtown Manhattan’s prestige residential addresses, where asking prices go up to $40M. The project’s resident manager’s unit is valued at $6.2M and $2,826 PSF. It’s 2,221 square feet with three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. More here >>>

111 Murray Street Superintendent Floor Plan

1. Central Park Tower: $8.0M

Central Park Tower is aiming to sell the most expensive condo in NYC history with the $250M penthouse. Another potential record? The city’s most expensive super’s unit. Residence 32D is valued at $8M. It’s a 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom condo with nearly 2,600 square feet of living space. That comes out to $3,102 PSF, which is well above Manhattan’s Q4 average for a 3-bed at $2,155 PSF. More here >>>

Central Park Tower Superintendent Floor Plan

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