4. The median apartment price in 2014 was $940,000, meaning you just need about $939,000 more in your savings account and you should be set.
5. Buuuut the average sales price surpassed the 2008 record, reaching a new high of $1,718,530. Wooooo?!?!?
6. The super rich market boomed (does it ever not?) in 2014, there was close to three times the $10 million+ closings in the fourth quarter compared to the same time period in 2013.
7. Extell’s One57, a new tower on West 57th Street accounted for all of the top five sales of the fourth quarter, ALL OF THEM. With the low being $8,819,873 or $4,390 a square foot for Unit 55B, and the high being $56,079,298 or $8,987 a square foot for Unit 82. We assume all the other apts in that building are total steals though.