The cheapest single-family deals in Manhattan this week were pricier than sales in previous weeks, starting with a Hudson Heights co-op that topped the inexpensive list at $330,000.
The 835-square-foot, one-bedroom apartment, which sold for just under its $339,000 asking price, is on the third floor of 736 West 186th Street. The unit features hardwood floors and a renovated bathroom with an original cast iron tub. Residents also have access to a landscaped backyard. Nick Rafello, Jim Rosenbloom and Bruce Robertson of the Corcoran Group had the sale, according to the listing.
Second cheapest on the list was a prewar Gramercy Park studio co-op at 235 East 22nd Street. The 750-square-foot apartment, which was listed with Stribling’s Helaine Winograd, sold for $499,000, slightly more than the asking price of $515,000. The “super sunny” unit features a wood-burning fireplace, original subway tiles in the bathroom, a galley kitchen and a walk-in closet.
The third-cheapest apartment sale of the week was a 438-square-foot, one-bedroom condo on the Lower East Side that sold for $525,000. The home, on the sixth floor of doorman building 199 Bowery, gives residents access to a roof deck and a gym. Tiffany Ong and Cynthia Sha of Corcoran had the sale, according to the listing.
Reaction International’s Rosy Mimoun had the fourth least expensive sale of the week with a luxury 580-square-foot, one-bedroom condominium in Battery Park City that went for $595,000. The second-floor apartment at 225 Rector Place has floor-to-ceiling windows and “decidedly downtown” interiors, according to the listing. Building amenities include a kid’s playroom, swimming pool, gym, steam room, garage parking and a roof deck.
Rounding out the list, we head uptown to a Midtown West one-bedroom condo that closed $20,000 below its asking price, at $655,000. Listed by Gisela Vergara and Eileen Blydenburgh at Douglas Elliman, the ninth-floor unit at 502 Ninth Avenue features an open chef’s kitchen, white granite countertops, oak floors and a balcony. Residents of the building, dubbed 38Nine, have access to a rooftop terrace, a virtual doorman, a bike room and a condo room. – 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.