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Posts Tagged ‘townhouse market’

  • 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]


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