Prices on these units range from $5.25 million to $6.895 million

Unsurprisingly, the city’s 11 most expensive one-bedroom apartments right now are located in some of the city’s most high profile buildings: One57, The Plaza Hotel, Jean Nouvel’s MoMA tower, and Norman Foster’s Midtown tower (where George and Amal Clooney recently signed on), to name a few. Also not a revelation: most of these apartments are either overlooking Central Park or are located close to it, with the one noticeable outlier being a condo in Red Hook at 160 Imlay Street. The other ten are all located in Manhattan.

In the list compiled by Neighborhood X, apartments range in price from $5.25 million (the One57 pad) and go up to $6.895 million (for the Plaza Hotel listing). Most of the apartments on the list ranged in size from 1,060-1,860 square feet save for two: the Red Hook loft as well as a loft in Chelsea, both of which offer 3,831 and 3,780 square feet respectively. The loft in Chelsea is the cheapest in terms of price per square foot at $1,396. On the opposite end, the priciest is a condo at Robert A.M. Stern’s 15 Central Park West at $6,024/sq.ft.

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A one-bedroom at Jean Nouvel’s MoMA tower is also on the list.

Neighborhood X however chose to exclude a penthouse unit at 969 Fifth Avenue, which is technically the most expensive one-bedroom in the city right now at $6.995 million, but the listing was devoid of any mention of square footage or a floorplan and hence they chose to leave it off the list. The only building that appeared twice on the list was 1 Central Park South a.k.a the Plaza residences, which apart from the $6.895 million pad, was also offering up a $5.5 million unit.

Note: since this list was compiled a couple of the units have already gone off the market. The second unit at the Plaza is no longer available, and the Red Hook condo is now in contract.

From http://ny.curbed.com/2016/10/10/13226166/most-expensive-one-bedroom-nyc-october-2016

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