Big Ticket | $13.575 Million in a Glass Tower

The turnover at One Beacon Court, the glassy spike of condominiums anchored by the Bloomberg L.P. headquarters on the site of the former Alexander’s department store, has continued unabated, and so has the escalation of prices, making the $13.575 million sale of a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath unit on the 32nd floor the most expensive transaction of the week, according to city records.Photo: Marilynn K.

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The luxuriously appointed apartment at 151 East 58th Street, No. 32A, which has a 750-square-foot terrace and a wall of windows directed toward Central Park, is on the first residential level of the tower; an elevator designated for residents runs express to its floor. Its ceilings are more than 11 feet high.

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Date: 29 January 2013

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