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32 East 76th Street
32 East 76th Street

Upper East Side
$2.65 million
32 East 76th Street, Apt. 1505

Two-bedrooom, two-bath, 1,308-square-foot unit in a boutique condo building, The Gallery Apartments. The apartment has a view of Central Park; building has a 24-hour doorman, roof deck and parking spaces available. Common charges $2,025 per month; taxes $1,754 per month. Asking price $2.495 million; 50 days on the market. (Brokers: Stephen Ferrara, Town; Glenn Norrgard and John Tenore, Sotheby’s International)

“We let all brokers know that best and final bids were due on Monday evening by 8 p.m. — in total there were seven offers. I got a phone call at 7 p.m. on a Monday evening from Glenn Norrgard at Sotheby’s International asking the status of the apartment. He called me back with a verbal offer of the full asking price — all cash — to be considered with the other bids. After voicing my concerns to Glenn, he sent me a bank statement well in excess of the purchase price. I was still a bit skeptical, but nonetheless I relayed this to my seller and he decided to give this last party a chance to participate. We pushed the deadline back to noon and Glenn came to view the apartment at 10 a.m. the following morning. After viewing it, he came in at $2.65 million, all cash, with a closing at the seller’s convenience. We accepted the offer.” Stephen Ferrara, Town

Prospect Heights
$1.305 million
35 Underhill Avenue, #B1G

Two-bedroom, three-bath, 1,919-square-foot duplex unit in a condominium building, The Washington. The apartment has marble bathrooms, a greenhouse, recreation room and two private patios. Building comes with tax abatement until 2030; common charges $529 per month; taxes $25 per month. Asking price $1.349 million; 22 days on the market. (Brokers: Alejandro Beitler, Citi Habitats; Vaughn Jason Barber, Citi Habitats)

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“When you walk in, it just feels like the outdoor/indoor lifestyle you don’t really get in New York. That’s what sold the apartment. The buyers walked in and they fell in love with the outdoor space — the greenhouse and the two additional patios. The property is unique. The space is just big and it feels almost like an apartment in a tropical climate.” Alejandro Beitler, Citi Habitats

Greenwich Village
88 Bleecker Street, Apt. 2J

One-bedroom, one-bath, 680-square-foot unit in a co-op building, the Atrium. The apartment has an open kitchen; building has virtual doorman, private parking garage, common and private storage, bike and laundry rooms. Common charges $990 per month; asking price $649,000; 90 days on the market. (Brokers: Danny Davis, Town; Holly Sose, City Connections Realty)

“This buyer had an arduous time purchasing his first apartment. First, he got a board rejection while working with a broker prior to me. When we got the contracts signed for this property, we were informed of a ‘new’ charge for closings after Jan. 14, of three months maintenance. This charge wasn’t disclosed in the minutes, but we were able to hurry the board package process and submission, and scheduled a closing for Jan. 14. After all that, we were then informed the actual effective date of this new charge was Jan. 1, and that despite this misinformation, the buyer would still have to pay it. I offered to cover one-third of it to help get the deal done and allow this buyer to finally breathe easy.” Holly Sose, City Connections Realty