The cheapest single-family deals in Manhattan this week were all under $500,000, starting with a Yorkville co-op that topped the inexpensive list at $299,500.
The second-floor studio apartment at 330 East 80th Street sold to a buyer for its asking price. Phyllis Pei of Douglas Elliman had the listing. The apartment features a “roomy” kitchen with new charcoal flooring and refinished honey wood floors in other living space. Residents of the doorman building have access to a a bike room, laundry room, parking garage and private storage, according to a building description on StreetEasy.
Second cheapest on the list was a Murray Hill studio co-op on the fourth floor of the Townsley at 245 East 35th Street. The 475-square-foot apartment, which was listed with Douglas Elliman’s Jesse Berger, sold for the full $310,000 asking price. The unit features a pass-through kitchen with a breakfast bar and a recently renovated “smartly-tiled” bathroom, according to the listing. Residents of the doorman building have access to a roof deck and private garden.
Still on the East Side, we head downtown to the third-cheapest apartment sale of the week, a Lenox Hill co-op that sold for its full asking price of $429,000. The “loft-like” alcove home, on the 14th floor of 167 East 67th Street, features solid hardwood floors throughout. A garage across the street gives residents a discount. Louise Devlin of Brown Harris Stevens had the sale, according to the listing.
Veronika Khen, Regis Roumila and Marie Arafiles of Nestseekers had the fourth least expensive sale of the week with a 475-square-foot studio condo in Kips Bay, that went for $440,000, or $922 per square foot.
The L-shaped ninth-floor apartment at 330 East 33rd Street has floor-to-ceiling windows and was designed by legendary architect I.M. Pei, according to the listing. Building amenities include a landscaped garden, fitness center, newly renovated community room and parking.
The fifth and final sale in this week’s ranking is an 800-square-foot one-bedroom co-op on the Lower East Side for $445,000. Jacob Goldman for LoHo Realty had the listing at 577 Grand Street, which sold for just below the $450,000 asking price. The apartment features new hardwood floors and offers views of the East River, according to the listing. – Angela Hunt
Source: PropertyShark. Footnotes: Data is for closed deals on residential, single-family homes in Manhattan filed with the city last week through Friday. The data does not include deals in contract. To obtain broker information, closed sales data from PropertyShark was compared with past listings on StreetEasy.