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DONE DEALS: Corcoran completes last sponsor sale for celeb building

Corcoran Sunshine has closed on the last sponsor sale at Manhattan House at 200 East 66th Street.
Once home to film actress and princess, Grace Kelly, jazz musician Benny Goodman, and former New York State governor Hugh Carey, the 20-story landmark underwent a rental-to-condo conversion after it was bought by O’Connor Capital Partners in 2005.Completed in 2015, the conversion modernized all of the apartments and created a 10,000 s/f rooftop club, spa and yoga studio as well as a fitness studio, children’s playroom and concierge.

Residents also get access to a courtyard, garden, roof deck and terraces.
The final sponsor unit was its #A37 which was just sold to an LLC for $2.1 million.
The 2-bed, 2-bed unit was originally listed in July 2017 for $2.45 million and spent 448 days on the market.
The buyer was represented by Corcoran’s Stephen Geller and Caroline Holl and the seller was represented by Corcoran Sunshine’s Lawrence Kruysman.

MANHATTAN

Lenox Hill
360 E72nd St. #A1001
$1,430,000
Two bedroom (convertible three), 2-bath home with walls of windows, high ceilings, courtyard views from both bedrooms, and East and West exposures. Multiple walk-in closets and walls deep closets in the hallway and second bedroom. Currently configured as a two bedroom with separate dining area, the layout allows for easy conversion to a third bedroom while still retaining a spacious living/dining room. Upgraded kitche with stainless steel dishwasher and refrigerator. Asking Price: $1,499,000. CC:$1,834. Days on Market: 52 Days. Agents: Ariel Tavivian, Yair Tavivian & Noam Gottlieb, Douglas Elliman.

Carnegie Hill
1270 Fifth Avenue #2T
$1,302,500
Three bedroom, 2-bath apartment with living, dining and entertainment space. Park-facing unit with low monthly maintenance, flexible layout for customization, ample storage and closet space throughout. Asking Price: $1,395,000. CC: $1,767. Days on Market: 309 Days. Agents: Ariel Tavivian & Sahar Ziv, Douglas Elliman.

Upper West Side
165 W66th St. #15A
$1,450,000
Renovated two-bedroom, 2-bath co-op with terrace. Living area with a wall of south-facing windows and separate dining area with custom cabinetry. Modern kitchen with GE Profile appliances and stone floors. Master bedroom withwindowed en-suite bath. Brazilian cherry hardwood floors throughout. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, children’s playroom and on-site garage. Asking Price: $1,589,000. CC: $2,788. Days on the Market: 13 weeks. Agents: Pat Publik, Halstead and John Farrell, Citi Habitats (pictured).

Upper West Side
345 W70th St. #5B
$1,312,500
Three bedroom, 1-bath apartment with separate dining room and windowed eat-in kitchen. Floorplan allows for separation of sleeping and living areas. Pre-war building with live-in super, elevator, storage and central laundry room. Close proximity to Hudson River Park, Lincoln Center, Time Warner Center and all major subways and buses. Asking Price: $1,375,000. CC: $1,785.21. Time on market: 52 days. Agents: Victoria Vinokur, Halstead Property; Kristina Ojdanic, Corcoran Group.

Turtle Bay
310 E46th St. #15E
$655,000
Studio apartment with setback terrace. Renovated condop with spacious kitchen and bath and new finishes throughout. Pet friednly building with 24-hour concierge, live-in super, laundry facilities on each floor, roof deck and garage, CC: $1,757. Asking Price: $695,000. Time on Market: 16 Weeks. Agents: Jeffrey Stockwell & Alan Shaker, Stribling & Associates, Thomas Beczynski, City Connections (pictured).

Murray Hill
140 E40th St. #6E
$395,000
Recently-restored studio apartment with original pre-war detail and modern upgrades. Home includes refinished casement windows, parquet floors and high, beamed ceilings. The brand new kitchen complete with stainless steel appliances and bar seating. Windowed bathroom and generous closet space. Art Deco co-op withlive-in super, central laundry and roof deck. Asking Price: $395,000. CC: $689. Days on the Market: 5 weeks. Agent: Royce Cara Berler, Citi Habitats.

FiDi
20 West St. #39A
$765,000
High floor Junior one bedroom with views of Hudson River, Statue of Liberty. Sliding glass door maximizes privacy and views. Marble, granite, hardwood, stainless steel finishes. The Downtown Clubhas a 24-hour concierge, valet, roof deck and 14,000 s/f of recreational space with a lounge, fitness center, yoga studio, massage and steam rooms. CC: $762.56. Asking Price: $795,000. Time on Market: 58 Weeks. Agent: F. Alexis Gandelman, City Connections Realty, Inc.

BROOKLYN

Williamsburg
30 Bayard St. 4C
$875,000
One bedroom, 1-bath in building designed by Karl Fisher and Andreas Escobar. Hardwood floors, Asko washer/dryer, central A/C and open kitchen with SubZero refrigerator, Wolf range, dishwasher and black granite counters. Bathroom has Zuma tub, Toto toilet, Kohler fixtures, Pietra Serena stone walls. Asking Price: $850,000. CC: $534. Days on Market: 126 Days. Agents: Jamie Fedorko, Warburg Realty; Yuval Vidal and Esther Patten, Compass.

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