The most expensive home for sale in Manhattan is 10065, which has yet to be built. On vacant land at 34 East 62nd Street, developer Jeanne Bullock plans to build a six-story limestone modern townhouse designed by architect Preston Phillips. It will have an indoor pool, an indoor glass elevator and a private courtyard with a waterfall – a “very different” $40 million townhouse. Otherwise, there are many.
The costly plan will incorporate nearly two dozen eight-figure single-family homes on tree-lined streets in this Upper East Side ZIP, including a multi-billion dollar superstructure. created by rich Alexander Loft. Cave man on the market for $21 million. Stretching east from Central Park past the elegant high-rises of Park Avenue to the East River and north from 60th to 69th Street, the area was home to moguls like David Rockefeller, Rupert Murdoch, Ronald Perelman, Robert Bass and Sumner Redstone. Comprising more than 50 seven-figure apartments, the median asking price of 10,065 homes is $6.5 million.
This is the first time a Big Apple community has topped the list. That pushed Alpine, NJ 07620, the most expensive ZIP code of 2011, to second, followed by another public ZIP: Atherton, CA 94027.