Photo Credit: Courtesy of Aman
In Market

Aman New York’s $74.3 Million Penthouse Deal Is NYC’s Biggest Sale in 2022; Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn Lists $34 Million Miami Penthouse on Crypto Platform

By: Ameena Walker

Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn Lists $34 Million Miami Penthouse on Crypto Platform

Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn has listed her 10,755-square-foot penthouse at the Regalia Miami in Sunny Isles for $33.9 million, Luxuo reports. The six-bedroom, six-bathroom home is listed on RealOpen, the platform founded by Quinn and her husband, Christian Dumontet, upon her departure from The Oppenheim Group. The service allows crypto asset holders to offer, negotiate, and complete a cash purchase of any property without cashing out their crypto assets prior to closing.

The penthouse is one of the largest condominiums currently available in Miami and spans three floors with floor-to-ceiling windows, a lounge theater, glass wine cellar, billiards room, and wraparound terrace measuring 6,050 square feet with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Miami skyline.

Aman New York’s $74.3 Million Penthouse Deal Is NYC’s Biggest Sale in 2022

The Jala penthouse at Aman New York on Fifth Avenue has sold to an anonymous foreign buyer for $74.34 million, making it the city’s biggest sale of the year, the New York Post reports. Located within the historic Crown Building, the palatial residence encompasses the entirety of the 20th floor with 6,792 square feet, five bedrooms, and another 3,746 square feet of outdoor space spread across two terraces. The home also includes a private elevator entry, two gas fireplaces, a private saltwater swimming pool, and a cabana.

Miami Car Dealer Trades Porsche Design Tower Residence a Month After Initial Purchase

Miami-based car dealer Alan Jay Wildstein has upgraded his condominium in the Porsche Design Tower, purchasing a three-bedroom residence for $14.4 million, a mere month after initially buying a smaller three-bedroom home in June for $6 million, The Real Deal reports. 

“He loved the building so much, but he wanted more space,” said Melissa Barragan of Dezer Platinum Realty, who represented the buyer. Wildstein’s new digs provide 6,121 square feet of space with 22-foot ceilings and a four-car garage, while his previous abode offered just 4,154 square feet and is now listed for just under $7 million. The car enthusiast also owns a car gallery on the fourth floor of the building that can fit up to seven vehicles from his car collection and has purchased a three-bedroom condominium at the nearby Bentley Residences on Collins Avenue, which includes a three-car garage.

Saudi Billionaire Relists 432 Park Avenue Penthouse, Once Asking $169 Million

Saudi retail magnate Fawaz Alhokair is relisting his full-floor penthouse at 432 Park Avenue, which once asked an astounding $169 million, earning the title of the city’s most expensive listing at the time. According to the New York Post, the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home is now listed with a new brokerage firm with “prices upon request.”

The 8,255-square-foot home boasts a breakfast bar that overlooks Central Park, a fireplace, a library, a grand piano, and unparalleled views of the city’s skyline.

Brooklyn’s One Prospect Park West Shows Off Its Sprawling ODA-Designed Rooftop 

Park Slope’s former Knights of Columbus clubhouse-turned-luxury-residences, One Prospect Park West, is offering new looks at its nearly 7,500-square-foot private rooftop terrace. The expansive space is one of the largest roof terraces in all of Brooklyn’s condominium developments and was designed by ODA. The landscaped space features an apple orchard (where residents can pick fruit), grills, and panoramic views of Manhattan and Prospect Park. Other amenities at One Prospect Park West include a basketball court, fitness center, children’s playroom, and residents’ lounge.