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DONE DEALS: Corcoran team closes museum-quality deal

Corcoran’s Steven Cohen and Tara King-Brown just sold the ideal apartment for park lovers and museum-goers for $8.1 million

STEVEN COHEN

Apartment #5B at 12 East 88th Street (pictured top) on the Upper East Side is nearly 3,700 s/f and has five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.

TARA KING BROWN

The apartment takes up half the floor and has a chef’s kitchen with custom wood cabinets, a separate wet bar for entertaining and a washer dryer unit.
The master bedroom has three walk-in closets and a master bathroom equipped with marble walls, floors and counters and both a soaking tub and separate shower.
The pre-war 13-story building is right next to the Guggenheim Museum and less than a block away from Central Park.
The property was built in 1931 by Rosario Candela, a renowned New York City architect during the 20s, but went through a conversion in 2016 to accommodate larger apartments.

MANHATTAN

Morningside Heights
301 W110th St. #10B
$645,000
One bedroom, 1-bath with open kitchen. Thru-wall air conditioning and oak hardwood floors throughout. The Towers on The Park Condominium features a 24-hour doorman, garage, private common garden, bike room and central laundry room. Asking price: $670,000. CC: $360.81. Agents: Greg Krammerer & Kristina Ojdanic, Corcoran; Jennifer M. Corcoran, CORE,

Upper West Side
372 Central Park West, #11F
$775,000

RICK ASHENFARB

Alcove studio with views of Central Park. Foyer leads to main living area with picture window and parquet floors. Galley kitchen and bath in estate condition. Separate dressing area off the master bath and a walk-in closet at entry. Located in The Vaux, where amenities include a 24-hour concierge, landscaped private park, fitness center and on-site parking. Asking Price: $795,000. CC: $483. Days on the Market: 4 weeks. Agents: Miriam Flink-Herman, Douglas Elliman; Rick Ashenfarb, Citi Habitats .

Upper East Side
200 E61st St. #34E
$1,400,000
One-bedroom, 1.5-bath condo at the Savoy. The 30ft. long great room includes floor-to-ceiling windows with motorized shades, built-in bar, bookshelves and access to a private terrace. Renovated open kitchen with stainless steel appliances and King-sized master bedroom with walk-in closet and en-suite bath. Home boasts views facing north, east and west. White glove building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, sundeck, lounge and fitness center. Asking Price: $1,495,000. CC; $1,096. Days on the Market: 12 weeks. Agents: Christopher Butt, Citi Habitats & Alexandra Bellak, Douglas Elliman; Traci Guberman & Dale Irwin, Halstead.

Lincoln Square
2 Columbus Ave. #38C
$2,820,000
Two bedroom (convertible three) 2.5 bath on the 38th floor with views from Central Park to Hudson River. Foyer leading to living room and dining area with floor-to-ceiling windows. The windowed kitchen can be converted into an open-concept kitchen. Master bedroom with corner windows and bathroom with double sinks, shower stall and bathtub. The second bedroom has en-suite windowed bathroom. Full-size washer and vented dryer. Marble bathrooms. Storage space include. CC: $1,493.26. Asking Price: $2,880,000. Time on Market: 8 Weeks. Agent: Yuko Kawai, City Connections Realty, Inc.

Midtown West
17 W54th St. #5F
$930,000
One bedroom, 1.5-bath in the Rockefeller Apartments. Restored and recently renovated. Original architectural hardware, herringbone floors, 9 ft. ceilings, integrated sound system, and fully air conditioned. Living room with decorative fireplace and casement window. En-suite master bedroom with separate dressing room. Bathroom with imported Italian Portoro Marble and the building’s original nickel-mirrored cabinetry. Custom Italian Dada stainless steel windowed kitchen with Viking range, Miele dishwasher, wine cooler, Franke sink and walk-in pantry. CC: $2,559.28. Asking Price: $950,000. Time on Market: 16 Weeks. Agent: Paul Bernstein, City Connections Realty, Inc.

Midtown
17 W54th St. #8C
$1,175,000
One bedroom, 1-bath with views over the Museum of Modern Art’s sculpture gardens. Light-filled living room, dining room, kitchen and bedroom. Kitchen includes a pantry space and new top-of-the line appliances. Asking price: $1,245,000. CC: $2,995. Days on Market: 134 days. Agents: Armen Stevens, Warburg Realty; Leslie A. Crossley, Brown Harris Stevens.

BROOKLYN
Park Slope
235 8th Street,
$1,895,000
Three-story brick home currently used as a single family with partially finished basement and garden. Legal two-family house, it could be converted to n upper duplex with separate garden rental or expanded to more than double its size. Current parlor level has open living/dining area with wood burning stove and marble mantel, open galley kitchen with double doors that open to balcony overlooking garden. Upstairs master suite with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and skylight, office and bedroom with bathroom and separate WC. This level opens to the garden. Basement houses a washer/dryer and storage space. Asking price: $1,895,000. Time on Market: 8 Weeks. Agents: Marie Parker, The Corcoran Group; Paul Bernstein, City Connections Realty, Inc.

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