The Most Valuable Foreign Consulate Buildings In New York City

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Photo: Courtesy of Property Shark

Foreign countries own some of the most impressive real estate in New York City in the form of consulate buildings.The People’s Republic of China’s consulate is by far the most valuable. Its building at 520 West Street is worth an estimated $22,618,800 based on tax assessments, according to PropertyShark. The building spans more than 351,000 square feet.

Germany’s 871 First Avenue property comes in second, valued at $14,001,750.

The consulates are spread out throughout the city, so their location, square footage, and height all affect the price. We’re taking a closer look at the 10 most valuable; check out a neat map with more consulates from PropertyShark here.

#10 RUSSIA'S consulate at 9 East 91st Street has an assessed value of $4,315,050

#9 TURKEY'S consulate at 821 First Avenue has an assessed value of $4,680,000

#8 INDIA'S consulate at 3 East 64 Street has an assessed value of $4,727,700

#7 TAIWAN'S consulate at 1 East 42nd Street has an assessed value of $5,134,500

#6 SOUTH KOREA'S consulate at 335 East 45th Street has an assessed value of $5,134,500

#5 FRANCE'S consulate at 934 Fifth Avenue has an assessed value of $6,210,900

#4 ROMANIA'S consulate at 573 Third Avenue has an assessed value of $7,407,000

#3 HUNGARY'S consulate at 223 East 52 Street has an assessed value of $7,560,000

#2 GERMANY'S consulate at 871 First Avenue has an assessed value of $14,001,750

#1 CHINA'S consulate at 520 West Street has an assessed value of $22,618,800

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