Residential deals


10 Mitchell Place

Hamilton Heights

$420,000

680 Riverside Drive

2-bedroom, 1-bathroom, 944 sf condo in a prewar elevator building; unit has been entirely renovated and has hardwood floors and views of Riverside Park; building has laundry facilities and live-in super; common charges $841 per month; taxes $97 per month; asking price $504,000; 67 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Amy Casey, Barak Realty; Michel Madie, Michel Madie Real Estate)

Midtown East

1.165 million

10 Mitchell Place

2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,300 sf co-op in a prewar elevator building; doorman; unit has fireplace, windowed kitchen, entry foyer; building has common outdoor space, laundry; maintenance $2,180 per month; 30 percent tax-deductible; asking price $1.195 million; 56 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Drew Glick, Richard Ferrari, Brown Harris Stevens)

“This is the sixth unit [the seller] has bought and sold in a four-block radius since the early ’90s. He went to Harvard and almost all of the people who bought his apartments were Harvard grads. He had a very large collection of Harvard memorabilia in the apartment. Whether or not that attracted the buyers, I don’t know.”

Drew Glick, Brown Harris Stevens

Tribeca

$790,000

50 Franklin Street

1-bedroom, 1-bathroom, 776 sf condo in a new elevator building; 24-hour doorman; live-in super; unit has central air, high ceilings, hardwood floors and terrace; building has fitness center, multimedia lounge and bicycle storage; common charges $1,003 per month; taxes $588 per year; asking price $860,000; 61 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Prudential Douglas Elliman; Jason Walker, the Real Estate Group NY)

Upper West Side

$2.1 million

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50 West 96th Street

3-bedroom, 3-bathroom, 2,400 sf co-op in a prewar elevator building, 24-hour doorman; unit has views of Central Park, maid’s room, formal dining room and eat-in kitchen; building has roof deck, live-in super, laundry and storage; maintenance $2,942 per month; 50 percent tax-deductible; asking price $1.8 million; 50 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Robert Rosa, Century 21 NY Metro; Sophia Willner, Independent Broker)

Downtown Brooklyn

$780,000

110 Livingston Street

2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,088 sf condo in a prewar elevator building; doorman; concierge; unit has been gut-renovated and has views of the Williamsburgh Savings Bank, bamboo floors, Bosch washer/dryer and Subzero appliances; building has roof deck, fitness center, garage, three courtyards; common charges $578 per month; taxes $147 per month; asking price $775,000; 4 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Brian Huang, City Connections Realty; Kim Soule, the Corcoran Group)

Sheepshead Bay

$425,000

2833 Ford Street

3-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,262 sf duplex condo in a modern elevator building; unit has cathedral ceilings, 121 sf balcony and eat-in kitchen; common charges $259 per month; taxes $35 per month (abated); asking price $539,000; 52 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Victoria Shtainer, Prudential Douglas Elliman; Tamara Grutman, Sunshine Realty)

“It originally went on the market with another agency and they were not able to sell it. They gave it to me a year ago — in February — and we had no movement [through the] summer. But we now have three sold and three going into contract [in the building]. The market has changed — it has picked up a lot.”

Victoria Shtainer, Prudential Douglas Elliman

Rockaway Park

$815,000

100-04 Shore Front Parkway

3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, 1,719 sf duplex penthouse condo in a beachfront building (Belle Shores Condominium); unit has private entrance, fireplace, hardwood floors, washer/dryer, private roof deck and panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean; complex has private gated parking and storage; common charges $208 per month; taxes $93 per month; asking price $849,000; 12 weeks on the market. (Broker: FrameWorks Group)

Compiled by Sarabeth Sanders