Swank Harlem condo sells for $5M in neighborhood’s top deal this year

This Harlem penthouse has four bedrooms and three bathrooms across 1,902 square feet of space, but another number makes it stand out.

The unit has entered contract with a yet-to-be-ID’d buyer for $4.99 million, or $2,628 per square foot, making it the highest contract for a condominium so far this year, The Post has learned.

Details include floor-to-ceiling windows that look out to Central Park.
Details include floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto Central Park.
Eytan Weber at Evan Joseph

Located at 145 Central Park North along Harlem’s southern edge, and with direct Central Park views through floor-to-ceiling windows, the contract price doesn’t make this unit an all-time neighborhood record for a condo. That title appears to go to a five-bedroom, 3,734-square-foot penthouse located one block away at Circa Central Park, 285 W. 110th St., which sold for $9.45 million in 2018, according to StreetEasy.

The dining area gets natural light through the expansive windows.
The dining area gets natural light through the expansive windows.
Eytan Weber at Evan Joseph
There are four bedrooms inside.
One of the condo’s four bedrooms.
Eytan Weber at Evan Joseph

The neighborhood’s priciest listing, meanwhile, stands at nearby 111 Central Park North for a four-bedroom duplex penthouse asking a mighty $19.5 million, StreetEasy also shows.

This 145 Central Park North penthouse still packs a punch. Its features include a balcony and a private roof terrace — which has space for a Jacuzzi and an outdoor utility sink — that looks out to the park.

Inside, there’s an open-concept living room, dining room and kitchen — the latter of which has custom cabinets and a glass backsplash. The main bedroom has views of the park and an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower.

Additional features include a spa-like bathroom.
Additional features include a spa-like bathroom.
Eytan Weber at Evan Joseph

Amenities include a full-time doorman, a gym, a package room, a lounge and a roof deck.

Grid Group Development and GLUCK+ are behind 145 Central Park North, where another penthouse — 1,757 square feet in size — asks $4.75 million.

Sales are led by Ryan Serhant’s SERHANT and Mike Fabbri at Nest Seekers.

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