The Real Deal New York

Residential deals

December 14, 2010
By The Real Deal

MANHATTAN

Chelsea

$1.425 million

519 West 23rd Street

1-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom, 1,449 sf condo in a new elevator building (Highline 519); full-floor penthouse loft has balcony, terrace, and city and Highline Park views; building has video security; common charges $1,098 per month; taxes $127 per month (abated); asking price $1.625 million; 4 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Victoria Shtainer, Noel Genao, Prudential Douglas Elliman; Filippa Edberg, Bond New York)

Flatiron

$1.65 million
1200 Broadway

2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,750 sf co-op loft in an elevator building (Gilsey House); unit has renovated kitchen and bathroom and washer/dryer; building has storage; maintenance $2,349 per month; 50 percent tax-deductible; asking price $1.749 million; 12 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Robert Beacham, The Real Estate Group of NY; Toni Haber, Prudential Douglas Elliman)

Greenwich Village

$930,000
30 East 9th Street

2-bedroom, 1-bathroom, 925 sf co-op in a prewar elevator building (the Lafayette); 24-hour doorman; unit has windowed, renovated kitchen and hardwood floors; building has storage and laundry facilities; maintenance $1,255 per month; 49 percent tax-deductible; asking price $965,000; 29 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Jeffrey Wachtenheim, The Real Estate Group of NY; Glenn Schiller, the Corcoran Group)

“[The buyers] sold a one-bedroom condo in the East Village in a walk-up. They wanted to go into a full-service building. The place they sold was noisy and facing the street. The place they bought was bright and quiet and facing the garden.” — Glenn Schiller, the Corcoran Group



Midtown East

$2.775 million

36 Sutton Place South

3-bedroom, 4-bathroom, 2,400 sf penthouse co-op in a postwar elevator building; 24-hour doorman; concierge; unit has two terraces and a breakfast room; building has roof garden and bike and laundry rooms; maintenance $4,536 per month; 50 percent tax-deductible; asking price $2.995 million; 16 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Stanley Ginsberg, Valerie Delson, Prudential Douglas Elliman; Martha Kramer, Brown Harris Stevens)

“This was an estate sale. [The buyers] were looking for an upgrade … an apartment in the Sutton area with outdoor space. It fit the bill perfectly.” — Stanley Ginsberg, Prudential Douglas Elliman



Midtown West

$330,000

342 West 56th Street

300 sf studio co-op in a prewar elevator building; unit has 10-foot ceilings, hardwood floors and exposed brick; maintenance $403 per month; asking price $349,000; 4 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Jordan Hoch, Prudential Douglas Elliman; Delvis Estrada, AC Lawrence)

“[The buyer] is about 24 or 25 years old. He’d rented in the area — a couple of blocks away — for a few years. His lease expired and his father gave him part of the down payment. He took advantage of the first-time [homebuyer] tax credit. According to him, now the last thing he has to do is find a wife.” — Delvis Estrada, AC Lawrence



Upper East Side

$975,000

140 East 83rd Street

2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,400 sf co-op in a postwar elevator building; 24-hour doorman; unit has windowed kitchen, hardwood floors and city views; building is pet-friendly; maintenance $1,959 per month; 28 percent tax-deductible; asking price $1.05 million; 17 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Gigi Van Deckter, Richard Ingenito, Halstead Property; Allison Block, City Connections Realty)

QUEENS

Flushing

$178,000

36-33 172nd Street

2-bedroom, 1-bathroom, 800 sf co-op in a 2-story walk-up building close to the Long Island Rail Road; upper-floor unit has dinette, living room and kitchen; building has laundry facilities in the basement; maintenance $690 per month; 50 percent tax-deductible; asking price $178,000; 12 weeks on the market. (Broker: Anthony Carollo, Carollo Real Estate)

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