Residential Deals


Lower Manhattan

$375,000

21 South End Avenue

1-bedroom, 1-bath, 560 sf condo in a postwar elevator building (the Regatta); doorman; unit has private terrace, central air-conditioning and washer/dryer; building has roof deck, laundry and storage; common charges $918 per month; taxes $651 per month; asking price $395,000; 20 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Bill Graizel, Gary Seiden, Regatta New York Realty; Brian Peterson, City Connections Realty)

Midtown

$1.075 million

150 West 56th Street

1-bedroom, 1.5-bath, 916 sf condo in a full-service building (CitySpire Condominium); unit is on the 57th floor with city and river views; building has pool, health club, party room, valet; common charges $800 per month; taxes $87 per month; asking price $1.075 million; 21 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Sarah Worley, Royalton Realty; Tristan Harper, Prudential Douglas Elliman)

“These were European buyers who put an offer [on the apartment] sight unseen at full ask … [but] we almost didn’t close [because] when we went to the walk-through the day before the closing, the apartment was not vacant. There was still furniture, computers, food in the refrigerator … It was only after another round of negotiations that we eventually closed with a hefty amount in escrow until the apartment was completely vacated of all their personal belongings, which happened within days.”

Tristan Harper, Prudential Douglas Elliman

Tribeca

$3.4 million

101 Warren Street

3-bedroom, 3.5-bath, 2,208 sf condo in a new elevator building; 24-hour doorman; concierge; unit has high ceilings and views of the city and the Hudson River; building has roof deck, fitness center, children’s play area; common charges $1,998 per month; taxes $4,440 per year (abated); asking price $3.905 million; 87 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Angeli Dahiya, Heather Cook, Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group; Lyon Porter, The Real Estate Group NY)

“This was an outdoor space search. It was a couple. For both people, really, that was an imperative. They were from Texas [and] were relocating, so … they didn’t know exactly where they wanted to live. We saw properties in almost all areas below the park.”

Lyon Porter, The Real Estate Group NY

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Upper East Side

$420,000

120 East 90th Street

1-bedroom, 1-bath, 500 sf condo in a postwar elevator building (the Trafalgar House); 24-hour doorman; unit has southeastern exposure and dishwasher; building has storage and laundry; common charges $475 per month; taxes $304 per month; asking price $465,000; 44 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Ginger Bergel, Trump Sales and Leasing; Sophine Hung, Century 21 NY Metro)

Upper West Side

$595,000

215 West 95th Street

1-bedroom, 1-bath, 550 sf condo in a postwar elevator building (the Princeton House); 24-hour doorman; concierge; unit has new hardwood floors, renovated kitchen and marble bathroom; building has health club, roof deck and laundry facilities; common charges $437 per month; taxes $337 per month; asking price $595,000; 13 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Francisco Menendez, Barak Realty; Kari Kaplan, Prudential Douglas Elliman)

Upper West Side

$1.071 million

308 West 97th Street

3-bedroom, 2-bath, 1,253 sf condo in a prewar elevator building; unit has been recently renovated and has windows in every room, hardwood floors and high ceilings; building has roof deck, laundry and live-in super; common charges $576 per month; taxes $295 per month; asking price $1.19 million; 83 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Javier Lattanzio, Time Equities; Kim Wright, Prudential Douglas Elliman)

West Village

$1.15 million

165 Christopher Street

2-bedroom, 2-bath, 1,025 sf co-op in an elevator building; part-time doorman; unit has hardwood floors; building has laundry facilities and live-in super; maintenance $1,209 per month; 63 percent tax-deductible; asking price $1.195 million; 23 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Amanda Tarter, the Corcoran Group; Edward Berkise, Barbara Fiorino, DJK Residential)

Compiled by Sarabeth Sanders