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DONE DEALS: Amirian sets record Village sale

The Amirian Group just sold the Greenwich Village townhouse at 16 East 10th Street for a record-setting $32 million.

16 East 10th Street New York
16 East 10th Street New York

“The sale of 16 E 10th Street is an exceptional achievement for The Amirian Group,” said David Amirian, president and founder. “This is an extraordinary property, and we were extremely diligent and meticulous in our efforts to showcase the home, which led to the fantastic result of a record sale within such a speedy timeframe.”

Purchased by Amirian in May 2012, the 167-year-old building was renovated from the former Pen and Brush Gallery into a six-story house with roof terrace and garden.
Some of the highlights include a swimming pool, gym, steam room, wine cellar, staff quarters, elevator, smart-home technology and radiant floors.

16 East 10th Street has set the bar for the highest single family (non-double wide townhouse ever sold), and is the third highest townhouse ever sold in Greenwich Village. The highest recorded sale is 11 West 10th Street, the 55 ft. townhouse sold in 2007 for $33.148 million and 22 Downing Street, the 50 ft. townhouse sold in 2012 for $33 million.

The townhouse was originally purchased by The Amirian Group and Dr. Warren Hammerschlag for $11.2 million.

5700 Arlington Ave. #9W
1,200 s/f two bedroom, 1-bath co-op apartment with a terrace in the Skyview building. Large kitchen equipped with Viking stove. The building offers full service doorman and concierge. Use of the pool and health-club are open to residents. The property also includes tennis and basketball courts, play ground and dog park. Asking price: $375,000. CC: $1,125. Agent: Linda Lepson, Argo Residential (pictured).


Hudson Hieghts
340 Haven Ave. #3H
700 s/f one bedroom, 1-bath co-op. Living room and separate dining area. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances, including microwave and dishwasher. Master bedroom features two closets and windows facing north and east. Modern bath with tempered glass vessel sink and countertop. Building amenities include a part-time doorman, residents’ laundry room, bike storage, attached garage and two private garden areas. Asking Price: $360,000. CC: $770. Days on the Market: 2 weeks. Agents: Denise Thirkill, Elika Associates; Sherrick Watson, Citi Habitats.


Upper West Side
211 W71st St. #8B
785 s/f one bedroom, 1-bath apartment with natural light and high ceilings. The unit includes an open living room, kitchen with a dishwasher, entry foyer, hardwood floors, and five custom California closets. The property has a doorman, laundry room and views of the city. Asking price: $1,100,000. CC: $1012.46. Agent: Linda Lepson, Argo Residential.


272 W107th St. #4D
Three bedroom, 2.5-baths luxury loft like condo with living/dining room, gourmet kitchen, washer/dryer, high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, custom closets, built-ins, custom window treatments, private storage bin. The Straus Park Condominium is a full service condominium featuring two landscaped roof terraces, gym and playroom. CC: $1,335. Asking price: $2,100,000. Time on the Market: 1 day. Agent: Greg Kammerer, Corcoran Group.


251 W19th St. #8D
Gut-renovated loft with two bedrooms, 2-baths, living room, dining room. Oversized new windows, 11.5 ft. ceilings, wine cooler, Miele washer and dryer. Floors are reclaimed white barn wood in the great room, walnut in the master bedroom and reclaimed oak in the second bedroom. Custom barn doors. Smart home with LED lighting, Lutron motorized blinds and a new HVAC system. CC: $1,579. Asking price: $3,500,000. Time on Market: 10 Weeks. Agents: Avi Alkotzer, BLU Realty Group; Paul Bernstein, City Connections Realty, Inc.


340 E23rd St. #12G
North-facing studio with Juliet balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows offering Empire State Building views. Walk-in closet, dark hardwood floors and high ceilings.Kitchen with walnut cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. Stone bath with custom fixtures. Gramercy by Starck offers a full-time doorman, library/lounge, screening room, fitness center and landscaped rooftop deck. Asking Price: $700,000. CC: $463. Days on the Market: 1 week. Agents: Tracie Hamersley, Douglas Elliman; Andrew Sacks, Citi Habitats (pictured).


Brooklyn Heights
60 Court St. #5F
Two bedroom condo in the former Collegiate Building built in 1927. 10 ft. ceilings, hardwood floors, wall of windows and custom closets. Renovated cook’s kitchen with farmhouse sink. Living/dining room with built-in wall unit from floor-to -ceiling. Pet friendly elevator building with unrestricted sublet policy, laundry room, bike room, storage units. CC: $583. Asking Price: $975,000. Time on the Market: 27 days. Agents: Ravi Manglani Citi Habitats; Steve Gerber & Stan Gerasimczyk, Corcoran.
Sunset Park
702 44th St. #2C
830 s/f home with views of Sunset Park, double–hung windows, color video intercom, Bosch in–home washer and dryer and stainless steel kitchen appliances. Building features live–in superintendent, fitness room, backyard garden and landscaped courtyard, bicycle storage, and personal storage units. Laundry room in the basement. Pet friendly. CC: $476. Asking Price: $600,000. Time on the Market: 14 days. Agent: Peter Bracichowicz, Corcoran Group.

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