A PENTHOUSE at the Gale International-built 21W20 has just closed at $17 million.
Stephen McArdle of Halstead Property Development Marketing (HDPM) and Rachel Glazer of Brown Harris Stevens co-listed the 4,210 s/f home.
The two-bedroom, 4-bath home with a studio, 1,740 s/f terrace and rooftop solarium achieved the third highest price ever paid for an apartment in Flatiron.
According to McArdle, “The buyers saw this as a unique opportunity to live in a perfectly-proportioned home with an unrivaled combination of indoor/outdoor living space.
“The intimate nature of this exclusive development by Gale International, the intelligence of the interior design by David Mann and 21W20’s location in the heart the dynamic Flatiron with its great restaurants, retail and parks, made for one very happy owner.”
The penthouse has a roof deck with an outdoor shower, full kitchen, custom-designed gas fireplace and a six-person hot tub.
The living room has folding floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open up to the 75-foot wide terrace.
88 Morningside Ave. #6E,
One bedroom home with solid charcoal-stained maple floors, recessed lighting, Bosch W/D. Kitchen with Liebherr refrigerator, microwave, 5-burner Delonghi range. Bath with Duravit soaking tub, rain showerhead, Senza stone tile surround. Basement storage space and separate bike storage. Amenities include a media lounge, fitness center, roof deck with full kitchen. CC: $894. Asking Price: $800,000. Time on Market: 18 Weeks. Agents: Halstead Property; Janis Cooke, City Connections Realty, Inc.
Upper East Side
240 E67th St. #2A
South-facing newly renovated Jr. one bedroom with hardwood floors and crown molding throughout. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances including dishwasher and granite countertops. Living room can accommodate a dining table and a desk. Sliding glass doors lead to Queen-sized bedroom. Four closets, including walk-in. Full-service building with doorman, roof deck, bike storage, laundry and on-site garage. Asking Price: $449,000. CC: $1,158. Days on the Market: 3 weeks. Agents: Celia Mastenbaum, Corcoran; Susan Raskin-DiLeo, Citi Habitats.
205 West End Ave. #5A
Convertible two bedroom in full-service, 24-hour doorman building with circular driveway and modern lobby. South-facing apartment has views of the private four-acre backyard. Unit has renovated kitchen, king-size bedroom, abundant closets, updated bathroom, living room and dining alcove. CC: $1,293. Time on Market: 142 Days. Asking Price $935,000. Agents: Salma Chaudhry, Rutenberg; Keith Burkhardt, Burkhardt Group.
400 E56th St. #38-D
Two bedrooms, 2-bath corner apartment with formal dining room, windowed eat-in kitchen. Harwdood floors. Post war co-op property offers a concierge, full-time doorman and full service garage. Basement storage, health club, pool, roof deck, children’s playroom and gym. Time on market: One week. Asking price: $1,550,000. CC: $3,024. Agents: Kathy Matson, LREB (pictured); Craig Roth, Next Stop.
30 E37th St. #9A
One bedroom, 1-bath condo in estate condition. Living room with parquet floors and outhern and western views. Double windows and beamed ceilings in every room. Separate galley kitchen and four closets throughout the home. The Morgan Park is a full-service building with 24-hour doorman, live-in super and laundry facilities. Pet friendly. Asking Price: $799,000. CC: $796. Days on the Market: 4 weeks. Agents: Joshua Judge, Sotheby’s; Marie Colwell, Citi Habitats (pictured).
21 Leonard St.
1,253 s/f two-bedroom, 2-bath home with high ceilings, southern exposure, wood beams, exposed brick archways, original maple hardwood floors, numerous closets and dressing room. Windowed European kitchen with Valcuccina cabinetry, Miele washer and dryer, bathrooms renovated with Kohler details and three private storage spaces. Asking price: $2,495,000. Time on market: 203 days. Agents: Mark J. Cohen, Brown Harris Stevens; Robert Dankner, Prime Manhattan Residential.
519 17th St.
Three bedroom, 1.5-bath townhouse with original detail, decorative fireplaces, high ceilings and ready for modern re-design. 103 ft. deep lot and sizable backyard. Prospect Park and the F train are close by . Asking price: $1,350,000. Time on Market: 83 Days. Agents: Kyle Talbott, Corcoran; Susan Angeles, Rutenberg
673 41st St. #1
500 s/f one bedroom, 1-bath on first floor of self-managed, 32-unit Finnish co-op. Windowed eat-in kitchen and windowed bathroom. 9 ft. ceilings, parquet floors, pre-war detail, solid pre-war construction. Private storage bin and basement laundry room. Located at the entrance to the Sunset Park with swimming pool, gym, and artificial grass soccer field. CC. $300. Asking Price: $299,000. Time on the Market: 12 days. Agents: Peter Bracichowicz, Corcoran Group; Victoria Lee Reichelt, Corcoran Group.