Residential deals

Manhattan

Chelsea

$720,000

133 West 22nd Street

1-bedroom, 1-bathroom, 643 sf condo in new full-service elevator building; concierge; unit has floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Empire State Building; building has outdoor pool, fitness center, landscaped roof deck with cabanas, wet bar and grill area; maintenance $498; taxes $130; asking price $905,000; 107 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Steve Carter, Cantor Pecorella; Holly Sose, City Connections Realty)

Flatiron

$510,000

16 West 16th Street

1-bedroom, 1-bathroom, 600 sf co-op in a prewar elevator building; 24-hour doorman; unit is renovated with eat-in kitchen and hardwood floors; building has courtyard, garage, laundry; maintenance $665; 51 percent tax-deductible; asking price $529,000; seven weeks on the market. (Brokers: Dennis Margulies, Jane Wheatley, the Corcoran Group; Kathryn Swift, Barak Realty)

“The buyers [were] looking for a pied-à-terre. Their current pied-à-terre was on the fifth floor of a walk-up building. … They wanted something that was comfortable and easy, that they felt safe in, and that they didn’t have to walk up a gazillion stairs to get to.”

–Kathryn Swift, Barak Realty

Lincoln Square

$1.74 million

243 West 60th Street

2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, 1,666 sf condo in a full-service luxury building (the Adagio); doorman, concierge; unit has 11-foot ceilings, northern exposure with city and sky views, custom-designed kitchen, rainforest showers and heated limestone floors in bathrooms; building has health club, indoor pool, tennis court, lounge; common charges $1,648; taxes $183; asking price $1.795 million; 96 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Kim Shepard-Fabrizi, Natalia Chin, Rachel Altschuler, Brian Nordell, Prudential Douglas Elliman; Ben Garama, the Corcoran Group)

“This was a foreign buyer from Germany who is going to be using the apartment as a pied-à-terre and it was a cash deal. … It was a fairly smooth-sailing deal considering this market, whereas in a lot of my other deals, nothing is going right.”

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–Kim Shepard-Fabrizi, Prudential Douglas Elliman

Upper East Side

$602,000

222 East 80th Street

2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,100 sf co-op in full-service building (Kimberly House); 24-hour doorman; unit has renovated kitchen and high ceilings; building has roof deck, garage, laundry room, bike room; maintenance $1,711; 45 percent tax-deductible; asking price $649,000; 65 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Anthony Miller, Bellmarc Realty; Doreen Courtright, Prudential Douglas Elliman)

Brooklyn

Dumbo

$845,000

30 Main Street

1-bedroom, 1-bathroom, 1,270 sf loft apartment in full-service luxury condo; 24-hour concierge; unit has hardwood floors, whirlpool tub and washer/dryer; building has roof deck, fitness room; maintenance $578; taxes $32; asking price $899,000; 42 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Matt Holbein, Katherine Camp, Prudential Douglas Elliman; Brian Huang, City Connections Realty)

“The attorney for the buyer said that out of millions of real estate deals he’s done, this one lasted the longest. The problem was with financing. … During boom times this was a very normal deal but with all the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac changes … the [bank] kept stringing us along.”

–Brian Huang, City Connections Realty

Fort Greene

$339,000

209 Clinton Avenue

1-bedroom, 1-bathroom, 860 sf junior-four co-op in a prewar elevator building (the Clinton Hill Cooperatives); doorman; unit has north and west exposures and hardwood floors, dining alcove can be converted to a second bedroom; building has courtyard, laundry; maintenance $784; 35 percent tax-deductible; asking price $345,000; 12 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Laura Milkowski, Christina Prostano, the Corcoran Group; Randolph Green, Century 21 NY Metro)