Residential deals

Financial District


75 Wall Street

1-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom, 826 sf condo in a postwar elevator building; 24-hour doorman; concierge; unit has eat-in kitchen, Hudson River views, washer/dryer; building has health club, roof deck; common charges $939 per month; 10-year tax abatement; asking price $1.08 million; 149 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Richard Nassimi, Silvia Reyero, Barak Realty; Corcoran Sunshine Marketing)

“The investors are from Monaco. 75 Wall Street — I’ve been keeping an eye on it. I know the developer well. [The buyers] saw the apartment, and the next week they wanted to buy it. I talked to the developer directly. We managed to get an accepted offer within exactly 30 minutes and three phone calls: offer, counteroffer and then the accepted offer.” Richard Nassimi, Barak Realty


$2.2 million

316 East 22nd Street

2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,800 sf condo loft in a prewar elevator building; full-floor, penthouse unit has gas fireplace, two private terraces and marble master bathroom with double sinks; building has virtual doorman, keyed elevator; maintenance $342 per month; taxes $1,350 per month; asking price $2.225 million; 68 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Denise and Debra LaChance, the Corcoran Group; Edward Longley, City Connections Realty)



301 West 118th Street

2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,100 sf condo in a new elevator building (SOHA 118); 24-hour doorman; unit has private balcony and oversize windows; building has full-time porter, courtyard, media room, children’s playroom; common charges $628 per month; taxes $35 per month; asking price $755,000; 10 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Vie Wilson, Matthew Lenahan, the Corcoran Group; Christine Ra, City Connections Realty)

Upper East Side

$4.21 million

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305 East 85th Street

4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom, 2,693 sf condo in a new elevator building (Georgica); 24-hour doorman; unit has four exposures, wraparound terrace, floor-to-ceiling windows and walk-in closet in master suite; building has fitness center, roof deck, resident manager, indoor and outdoor play areas; common charges $2,974 per month; taxes $298 per month (abated); asking price $4.775 million; 1 day on the market. (Brokers: Karin Posvar-Picket, the Corcoran Group; Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group)

Upper West Side

$5.6 million

243 West 60th Street

4-bedroom, 4-bathroom, 3,039 sf penthouse condo in a new elevator building (the Adagio); 24-hour doorman; concierge; unit is a combination of two penthouses and has a wraparound terrace, two fireplaces and heated limestone floors in the bathrooms; building has health club, indoor pool and outdoor tennis court; common charges $4,976 per month; taxes $553 (abated); asking price $5.7 million; 2 days on the market. (Brokers: Kim Shepard-Fabrizi, Natalia Chin, Prudential Douglas Elliman; Stephanie Kanter Weisberg, Prudential Douglas Elliman)

Upper West Side


185 West End Avenue

575 sf alcove studio co-op in a postwar elevator building (Lincoln Towers); full-time doorman; unit has separate kitchen and walk-in closet; building has garage, health club, playground and lounge; maintenance $902 per month; 45 percent tax-deductible; asking price $330,000; 24 weeks on the market. (Brokers: James Nickerson, City Connections Realty; Bryan Williams, Prudential Douglas Elliman)

Washington Heights


790 Riverside Drive

2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,600 sf co-op in a prewar elevator building (the Riviera); 24-hour doorman; first-floor unit has Hudson River views, 10-foot ceilings, washer/dryer; building has storage and live-in super; maintenance $1,290 per month; 60 percent tax-deductible; asking price $629,000; 24 weeks on the market. (Brokers: Max Moondoc, Kathryn Swift, Barak Realty; Barbara Good, Halstead Property)

“Someone else had a contract out [on the apartment] and he lost his job. When my buyers bid on it, he got the job back, but then the sellers went with my buyers because I guess they had lost faith in the first person.” Barbara Good, Halstead Property

Compiled by Sarabeth Sanders