Gramercy’s Story House condo sells out

TRD New York /
Jun.June 12, 2013 03:00 PM

The Manhattan Skyline-developed boutique Story House condominium has sold out, according to a release from the developers. The top-floor penthouse was the final unit to sell; it traded hands for $4.3 million.

Located at 36 East 22nd Street between Park Avenue South and Broadway, the building has eight units and stands nine stories. The project was 50 percent sold as of last March, as previously reported.

Each unit is a full floor, and comes equipped with Danish black oak hardwood flooring, ceilings between 9 and 13 feet in height, laundry and a gas fireplace, according to the release.

As for the penthouse that brought sales to a close, it has its own private terrace.

Floor plates range from 2,155 to 2,217 square feet. The plans include a mix of two-bedroom units with three bathrooms, and three-bedroom homes with three bathrooms. —Zachary Kussin


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