Though it no longer holds the record for the most expensive co-op apartment in New York, 740 Park remains at the pinnacle, says The Cooperator. When New York Stock Exchange boss John Thain bought Enid Annenberg Haupt’s two-bedroom apartment there last year for $27.5 million, it was “the equivalent of an extraordinary $7,638 per square foot, exclusive of terraces, which must be a record on a per square foot basis,” says the mag. “A more typical sale of a quality cooperative would be $1,700 to $2,200 per square foot.” According to super-realtor Kirk Henckels of Stribling, prices like these reflect “how little money actually means to this sector of buyers if a particular property is exactly what they want.” The Harry Wang and Janet Mosler Coleman estates should take note.