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Posts Tagged ‘townhouse market’

  • top sales BK Queens Sept. 2015

    From left: 51 Summer Street in Forest Hills Gardens and 148 Baltic Street in Cobble Hill

    Beastie Boy Mike D’s work appears to have paid off, at least when it comes to his Cobble Hill townhouse. [more]

  • David Amirian

    From left: David Amirian and 16 East 10th Street in Greenwich Village

    A renovated Greenwich Village townhouse owned by the Amirian Group’s David Amirian is on the market for $38.5 million.

    Amirian and surgeon Warren Hammerschlag bought the five-story brownstone at 16 East 10th Street from the nonprofit Pen and Brush for $11.2 million in 2012. They subsequently renovated 167-year-old building, which has about 10,500 square feet of living space, plus a garden, terrace and roof deck. [more]

  • From left: 271 West 10th Street, renderings of the property

    From left: 271 West 10th Street, renderings of the property

    Townhouse sales took off last week, according to Olshan Realty’s weekly luxury market report. Seven townhouses priced at $4 million and up went into contract during the week ending Jan. 11, tying the weekly record, the firm reported today. “Townhouses comprise a sector of the market where buyers often find a big bang for the buck,” the report said. [more]

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    Despite appearing in front of a combined 3 million viewers daily on Fox News’ “The Five” and “Outnumbered,” television host Kim Guilfoyle admits she’s a family-oriented person — something her Upper West Side home reflects. For the November/December issue, Luxury Listings NYC toured Guilfoyle’s modern classic six, which might not look like the kind of place where conservative colleage Bill O’Reilly would go to dinner, probably, but it’s a glittering space for her and her son.

    For those looking for a little more space for a “fantastic bargain,” we round up some of the toniest townhouses to hit the Manhattan market this year, including a $44 million home that’s just a stone’s throw from Park Avenue. And don’t forget to check out our feature on Jamie Drake’s lavish 3,000-square-foot West Chelsea pad, as well as some tips to hosting visitors in New York City no matter how big your space.

    Enjoy the issue! — Kerry Barger

  • Is NYC’s townhouse market undervalued?

    September 15, 2014 10:30AM
    From left: Cortney and Robert Novogratz, and their 400 West Street townhouse

    From left: Cortney and Robert Novogratz, and their 400 West Street townhouse

    From the September issue: Realty television interior design duo Cortney and Robert Novogratz paid $4.3 million for their nearly 7,200-square-foot townhouse in the West Village in 2007. They recently listed the home for $21.5 million, or just under $3,000 per square foot. [more]

  • 51 East 80th Street

    51 East 80th Street

    A 19th-century townhouse on the Upper East Side just traded hands for $23.5 million, or a little over $2,600 per foot. That’s well over double the $9.4 million it sold for in 2010. [more]

  • 146 Waverly Steinberg

    From left: 146 Waverly Place, Leonard Steinberg and renderings of interior of 146 Waverly

    Leonard Steinberg is marketing a Greenwich Village townhouse undergoing a gut renovation for $22 million — more than twice the $10.2 million the sellers paid for the property late last year. [more]

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    57 East 64th Street

    Calling all period drama fans: Julian Fellowes, creator of the popular “Downton Abbey” series on PBS, is set to write and produce a new NBC show set in New York City. “The Gilded Age” will tell the story of “the princes of the American Renaissance, and the vast fortunes they made — and spent — in late 19th Century New York,” according to the producers.

    But where could these princes have lived? Using data, The Real Deal took a look at several homes currently on the market that date back to the Gilded Age, roughly the period between 1877 and 1893. (See photos after the jump.) … [more]

  • From left: Lindsay Barton Barrett, Denise LaChance, Debra LaChance and shots of the interior

    A Brooklyn Heights townhouse with a $5.2 million ask has entered contract, a Corcoran spokesperson confirmed. The home, at 14 College Place, is the third most expensive single-family home on the market in Brooklyn, according to Streeteasy.

    The three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home was being marketed by the Corcoran Group’s Lindsay Barton Barrett, Debra LaChance and Denise LaChance. [more]