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December 31, 2015 | Real Estate Weekly | Dan Orlando

Cushman & Wakefield has been retained on an exclusive basis to sell an apartment building at 10 West 65th Street, located between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West, on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The asking price for the property, which has “tremendous upside,” is $115,000,000.

John Ciraulo Vice Chairman in the capital markets group of Cushman & Wakefield told Real Estate Weekly that the considerable price point is a result of both the property’s location and “the potential of converting this building to a condo now or in the future.”

The six story pre-war elevator building also comes with more than 50,000 s/f of air rights which gives the future buyer options to expand...

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Neighborhoods: Upper West Side/ Agents: John Ciraulo