5 cheapest Manhattan sales of the week

Homes ranged from a $365,000 Central Harlem condo to a $516,000 East Harlem one-bedroom

TRD New York /
Mar.March 10, 2014 02:00 PM

A Central Harlem condominium that sold for $365,000 was the cheapest single-family deal last week in Manhattan. The ninth-floor apartment is in a 185-unit doorman building — dubbed Strivers Gardens — at 300 West 135th Street between St. Nicholas Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. The unit last sold for $280,365 in 2005, according to StreetEasy. No broker information was available.

Next on the list: a Yorkville co-op at 233 East 86th Street. The 725-square-foot, one-bedroom apartment, which was listed with Corcoran’s Sandra Balan, sold for $450,000, just shy of its $475,000 asking price. The unit in the doorman building features custom wood cabinets, hardwood floors and granite countertops in the kitchen. Residents have access to a bi-level roof deck and private garden.

For the third-cheapest apartment sale of the week, we head downtown to a 500-square-foot one-bedroom co-op at 303 East 37th Street in Murray Hill that sold for $459,000. The sixth-floor space was listed at $479,000 with agent Robin Fifield of the Apartment Luxe Realty Group. The unit sports a recently updated kitchen, original wood inlay floors and a separate kitchen.

Halstead Property’s Pat Publik had the fourth most modest sale of the week, a one-bedroom co-op in Lincoln Square that went for $505,000. The seventh-floor north-facing apartment, at 165 West 66th Street, was listed at $519,000 and features separate kitchen and living areas with parquet tiled floors. Building amenities include a gym, garage, play room and bike and storage rooms.

Rounding out the list was a 618-square-foot one-bedroom apartment in East Harlem, also listed with Sandra Balan of Corcoran. The fifth-floor tax-abated space at 161 East 110th Street, dubbed the Mirada, went for $516,000, $1,000 more than its asking price and features private outdoor space, Brazilian teak floors, an open chef’s kitchen, stainless steel appliances and a “spa-caliber” marble bathroom. Residents of the “premier 68-unit luxury development” enjoy a 24-hour concierge service, Rooftop Terrace, a fitness center and underground parking. — 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.


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