Manhattan’s top luxury apartment contracts in mid-April

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As any local agent can attest, New York City’s luxury real estate market ebbs and flows, especially these days. In early April, Olshan Realty reported just 18 contracts signed at $4 million and higher, but for the week of April 11 to 17, an astonishing twenty-eight contracts were signed — a 50 percent week-over-week rise for the high-end Manhattan market.