One Sign That Manhattan’s Super-Luxury Condo Market Is Over

Manhattan’s growing inventory of ultra-luxury condominiums has another big developer seeing signs of a glut.
Toll Brothers Inc., the largest U.S. luxury-home builder, is zeroing in on smaller apartments with lower prices in Manhattan after watching expensive units sit on the market, said David Von Spreckelsen, the New York division president of the company’s City Living unit. Its latest project, at 55 W. 17th St. in Chelsea, will have an average asking price per square foot less than at new buildings in the rest of the borough.

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