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DONE DEALS: 15 Charles Street and more

Sometimes a property simply has it all, reports Citi Habitats’ top-producer Elaine Mayers. Mayers recently sold unit #10F at 15 Charles Street in the West Village after

Elaine Mayers
Elaine Mayers

only one week on the market and for $50,000 over the $1.5 million asking price.  The home boasts incredible views of the Empire State Building to the north, the Freedom Tower to the south and the Hudson River to the West.   It’s been completely renovated, with an open island kitchen and a spa-like bath. “This condo building in the West Village is always in great demand because of its location, and I have sold more than 15 apartments there, most of them sponsor units,” Mayers explained.

“Usually, the sponsor units date back to the 60’s and need renovation, but this apartment was uniquely updated with designer appliances, fixtures, custom appointments, and excellent views, making it even more desirable — and it went fast. “There was intense interest, as the home offered the best of both worlds. It’s a beautiful apartment in a prime location.” The buyer is a real estate investor who plans to rent the apartment immediately. Eric Malley of the Malley Group represented the buyer.

MANHATTAN
Upper East Side
509 E88th St. #3A
$220,000
Short sale of a studio co-op on the third floor of a pre-war building. Main living area with hardwood floors, double window and southern exposure. Updated windowed kitchen with ceramic tile floors and modern bath. Murphy bed and through-wall A/C. Asking Price: $220,000. CC: $700. Days on the Market: 58 weeks. Agent: Donna Bradbury, Citi Habitats (pictured).

225 E86th St. #903
$675,000
Loft-style one bedroom condo at the Buckingham East. Glass solarium adjacent to the open living room which can be used as a dining room or office. Open kitchen with dishwasher and ceramic tile floors. Upper level features a king-sized bedroom. Full-service building with24-hour doorman, bike storage and roof deck. Asking Price: $675,000. CC: $1,133. Days on the Market: 25 weeks. Agents: Tony Testa and Michael Miller, Corcoran; Roy Silber, Citi Habitats.

Upper West Side
44 W96th Stt. #1D
$431,000
South-facing pre-war one bedroom. Windowed kitchen and bath, high ceilings. Private basement storage cage. Elevator co-op just off Central Park West. The building provides laundry facilities, bike storage and roof deck. Basic cable service included in maintenance. CC: $808. Asking Price: $440,000. Time on the Market: 142 days. Agents: Joseph Sweeney, Corcoran Group; William Bolls, Corcoran Group.

37 W87th St. #1
$4,325,000
2,368 s/f three-bedroom, 3-bath pre-war duplex co-op. Living room with hardwood floors; high, exposed-beam ceiling; wood-burning fireplace. The home was renovated to match original details. Kitchen features slate countertops and a hidden pantry. Solarium-enclosed dining room includes access to garden below. Ground-floor office. Basement with washer/dryer, and wine cabinet. CC: $2,240. Asking Price: $4,500,000. Weeks on market: 29 weeks. Brokers: Carole Armstrong de Sorel, DJK Residential (pictured); Fernanda Forman, Citi Suites.

Flatiron
69 Fifth Ave. #17F
$1,075,000
One-bedroom, 1-bath, 850 s/f post-war co-op. Sunny space with large living room, renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, marble bathroom with enclosed shower, two walk-in closets, office area, hardwood floors, and an open view of the city. One block from Union Square. CC: $1,789. Asking price: $1,000,000. On the market for 1 week. Broker: Harold Kobner, Argo Real Estate.

Greenwich Village
1 Fifth Ave. #7GH
$3,750,000
2,100 s/f three bedroom, 2.5 bath pre-war home with views of Washington Square Park. Nine windows overlooking Fifth Avenue and the arch. Entryway leads to living room. Master with a sitting area and dressing area. Poggenpohl cabinetry and state-of-the-art electronic systems. Configured as a two bedroom with formal dining area, but could be converted to three bed. CC: $4,335. Asking Price: $4,150,000. Time on the Market: 107 days. Agent: Kimberly Lyn Pressman, Corcoran Group (pictured).

FiDi
75 Wall #24E
$790,000
669 s/f studio one-bathroom with high ceilings, six ft. windows, wide-planked oak flooring throughout. Kitchen features Italian wood lacquer cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, and Sub-Zero appliances. Amenities include gym with yoga studio, billiard and media lounge, glass-ensconced rooftop with wrap-around terrace onsite parking and Abigail Michaels Concierge. Asking price: $790,000. CC: $780. Agents: Douglas Elliman, Ariel Cohen Team.

BROOKLYN
Williamsburg
395 South 2nd St. #4
$605,000
615 s/f south-facing duplex studio loft in walk-up condo building. Floor-to-ceiling windows, kitchen features stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, Bosch dishwasher. Central air , washer/dryer, Juliet balcony and shared roofdeck. CC: $245. Asking price: $575,000. Time on the Market: 182 days. Agents: Linda Feder & Sylvia Dimova, Corcoran Group.

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