DONE DEALS: Roundup of the week’s residential sales

After a false start, Citi Habitats broker Brian Morgan was able to help an international purchaser find his perfect home in the Big Apple. Morgan recently sold unit #16E at 340 East 23rd Street (pictured top) for $1,750,000 to a buyer who thought the home was initially out of reach.

BRIAN MORGAN

“The buyer was initially interested in another one of my listings in the building, #10D, which was on a lower floor and a little less expensive,” Morgan explained. “He ended up putting an offer on that apartment, but he required a little more flexibility in his move-in date than the sellers were willing to accommodate, so it didn’t work out.”
Unit #16E was priced at premium because it is full of high-end custom upgrades – including white oak hardwood flooring, a California Closet in the master bedroom and a sound-proof media room. The kitchen is complete with a SubZero refrigerator, Miele oven/cooktop and dishwasher.
The two-bedroom, two-bath condo covers 1,269 sq. ft. and monthly common charges total $1,227 per month. Vlad Sapozhnikov of One World Property Advisors represented the buyer in the transaction.

STEVEN MOSS

MANHATTAN
Upper West Side
30 W90th St. #8D
$845,000
Pre-war condo steps from Central Park and the Reservoir. High-floor one-bedroom unit with southern views, updated kitchen with granite countertops, entry foyer with an area for a desk, custom closets 9-ft-plus ceilings. Building amenities include storage, bike room, common laundry, video security and a live-in super. Pet friendly. Asking Price: $795,000. CC: $532. Time on market: 77 days. Agents: Steven Moss, Level Group; Marco Martini, Martini Real Estate.

Carnegie Hill
19 E88th St. #PHD
$4,500,000
Duplex penthouse with Central Park views and wrap around terraces in pre-war Art Deco co-op. Windowed entry foyer and balcony. Corner living room with wood burning fireplace and picture frame windows. Entry foyer presently used as formal dining room to create contiguous space for formal entertaining. Study, 27ft. long windowed kitchen with pantry and service entrance and planting terrace. Curving stair and gallery hall lead to upstairs corner bedroom with en suite windowed bath and master suite which opens up to wraparound terrace. Washer and dryer, high ceilings, original inlaid oak flooring Asking Price $4,950,000. CC: $4,188. Time on Market: 281 Days. Agents: Kevin Huang, Elegran Real Estate; Samuel Thomas Milbank, Charles Rutenberg.

Yorkville
305 E85th St. #7A
$2,375,000
1,444 s/f corner unit. Two bedrooms, 2.5-baths, custom kitchen with quantize countertops, fully-integrated MIELE appliances, pot fillers, wine cooler and laundry closet with Bosch washer-dryer. High ceilings, herringbone wood flooring throughout and floor-to-ceiling windows. Bathrooms have marble radiant heat floors. The Georgica Condominium is a pet friendly, full-service building with 24-hour concierge, resident manager, playroom, fitness center, roof deck and bike room. Asking Price $2,490,000. CC: $1,605. Time on Market: 250 Days. Agents: Charlotte Van Doren, Stribling & Associate; Victoria Mok, Charles Rutenberg LLC.

Clinton Hill
95 Lexington Ave. #1A
$775,000
Three bedroom, 1.5-bath, 916 s/f loft with exposed brick, hardwood floors, high ceilings, arched windows, and its own street entrance and lobby. Kitchen has stainless steel appliances and iIceStone countertops. The powder room is currently built out as a walk-in closet. Central HVAC and washer/dryer. Fully established condominium with storage and common roof deck. J-51 Tax Abatement. Time on the Market: 90 Days. Asking Price: $775,000. CC: $354. Agents: Tom Le and Dennis McCarthy, Corcoran; Jacob Henderson, Citi Habitats

Hell’s Kitchen
460 W42nd St. #PH1B
$4,730,000
Corner two bedroom, 2.5-bath penthouse apartment in the Manhattan View. 1,400 s/f with floor-to-ceiling windows and skyline views that take in the Empire State Building, George Washington Bridge, Hudson River and beyond. Kitchen with Gaggenau appliances. Smart-home technology. Interiors by AD100 designer Jamie Drake, along with access to over 44,000 s/f of indoor and outdoor amenities including a private Equinox fitness center, swimming pool, karaoke lounge, full size basketball court, computer bar with complimentary FIKA coffee, Dog City pet spa. Asking price: $4,890,000. On the market for 10 days. CC: $2,169. Agent: Maureen Rogers, Silk Realty Group.

West Village
136 Waverly Pl. #5E
$1,325,000
Renovated pre-war one bedroom, 1-bath with 9 ft.ceilings, windowed chef’s kitchen with a breakfast bar, Bertazzoni range, Miele dishwasher, and Thermador refrigerator. Wood floors throughout. Open floor plan where the kitchen flows to dining and living room. Master has three windows and two closets. Bathroom with Carrara marble floors, mirrored wall. Co-op with 24-hour doorman, live-in super, bike and general storage, basement laundry. Asking Price: $1,350,000. CC: $1,732. Time on Market: 85 Days. Agent: Frederick Onorato, Level Group.

QUEENS
Jackson Heights
85-11 34th Ave. #5N

ANTONIA WATSON

$265,00
Two-room studio with marble floors throughout, windowed bathroom with soaking tub and vanity. Kitchen separated from the living/sleeping area. Bought sight unseen. Time on the Market: 35 Days. Asking Price: $265,000. CC: $158. Agent: Antonia Watson, Corcoran).

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