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Oxford enjoys sunny January.

At The Oxford on Seventy Second, the luxury residential condominium at 422 East 72nd Street, contracts were written for the sale of seven homes in the month of January alone, announced Burton P. Resnick, president of Jack Resnick & Sons, Inc., developer and owner.

The contracts spanned a range of home sizes, and comprised three onebedroom homes, two two-bedroom homes, and two threebedroom homes. The aggregate sale of the homes, upon closure, exceeds $3.3 million.

January's surge at the building adds momentum to an already solid sales program. Since its marketing campaign commenced, The Oxford has witnessed steady sales and consistent buyer traffic, particularly among sophisticated purchasers from Manhattan.

And January's frenetic sales pace bodes well for all quality luxury product in Manhattan, pointed out Dennis Brady, managing director of Jack Resnick & Sons, Inc.

The Oxford on Seventy Second, located between First and York avenues on the Upper East Side, was designed by noted architect Emory Roth & Sons, Inc. The building features lavishly appointed apartments, each created to maximize spaciousness and natural light. Residents enjoy an array of amenities, among them 24-hour doorman and concierge service, a year-round Fitness Centre, and one of Manhattan's largest terraces.
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Title Annotation:The Oxford on Seventy Second condominium at 422 East 72nd St., New York, New York sells seven units in January 1993
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Feb 24, 1993
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