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DONE DEALS: No property? No problem


The apartment you want isn’t for sale? No problem…
Sarah Son built a deal for a Soho one bedroom when the showing she originally planned headed south.
The buyer came with his broker, Michael Carioti of Corcoran, to tour Son’s 101 Warren Street listing.
Put off by the view, the buyer was ready to walk until Carioti discovered Son was also handling a rental at 505 Greenwich and asked her to reach out to the owner about potentially selling it.
“A deal was struck within couple of days, with no exclusive listing, just a signed commission agreement,ˮ said Son, an agent at Bracha New York at Keller Williams NYC.
The modern, 14-story condo at 505 Greenwich was built in 2004 and has 102 units. It was designed by Gary Handel & Associates and developed by the Metropolitan Housing Partnership and the Synchron Corporation.
The building has a 24-hour concierge, fitness center, pet spa, bicycle room, storage for each unit, a private courtyard, wine refrigerators and a washer and dryer.
The 946 s/f unit 4C Son sold has one bedroom and 1.5-baths. The sale price was $1.66 million.

Upper East Side
321 E71st St. #2A
Studio co-op. Living room with large windows, pass-through kitchen and closet space. Hardwood floors throughout. Elevator building where amenities include a residents’ laundry room, live-in super, bike room and storage room. Asking Price: $215,000. CC: $668. Days on the Market: 2 weeks. Agents: Artak Amiryan and Steve Hallerman, Citi Habitats.

Upper East Side
190 E72nd St. #32C
Three-bedroom, 3-bath mint unit in 1960s, 34-story co-op building with views of Central Park to Central Park West. The apartment features


windowed eat-in chef’s kitchen, 25-foot wide living room, marble baths, custom closets and washer/dryer. Full-service pet-friendly building has bike room, health club, direct building access to garage, roof deck, children’s playroom, individual storage bins and laundry/valet. Asking price $2.395 million; CC: $69,204 per annum; four weeks on market. Brokers: Adam Heller and Rachel Jurist, Heller Organization; Susan Landau Abrams, Warburg Realty Partnership.

Upper West Side
135 W79th St. #2D
One-bedroom, one bath co-op. Foyer opens into grand living room with 10 ft. high beamed ceilings. Industrial-inspired gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Bedroom with garden view. Newly renovated windowed bathroom. Building amenities include a common laundry and bike room, live-in super and location close to the Museum of Natural History and Central Park. Asking Price: $715,000. CC: $1,323. Days on the Market: 7 weeks. Agents: Dane Gray, Town Residential; Loretta Bricchi Lee, Citi Habitats.

4 W109th St. #4B
One bedroom, 1-bath co-op steps from Central Park. Renovated open kitchen with stainless steel appliances including dishwasher and granite counters and breakfast bar. Renovated windowed bath, entry foyer and hardwood floors throughout. Building amenities include a part-time doorman, renovated roof deck, bicycle storage, fitness room, recreation room, video security, elevator and residents’ laundry. Asking Price: $419,000. CC: $907. Days on the Market: 4 weeks. Agents: Jewell Zhang, Corcoran; Jimmi Circosta, Citi Habitats.

Hell’s Kitchen
350 W42nd St. #48F
One bedroom, 1-bath apartment in new construction development. Floor-to-ceiling windows, Waterworks/Kohler mosaic tiled marble bath, Valucuine minimalist granite kitchekn with Bosch appliances. Building features on-site parking, complimentary on-site Abigail Michaels Concierge Service, La Palestra gym, swimming pool, hot tub, two sundecks, sauna and tenant lounge. Asking price: $1,295,000; Weeks on Market: 4 weeks. CC: $768. Agents: Sarah Son, Bracha New York at Keller Williams NYC; Bill Behrle, Keller Williams NYC.

200 E24th St. #803


Two-bedroom, two-bath unit in circa 1972 co-op. Renovated open floor plan with split bedrooms and windowed kitchen with stainless steel appliances, glass-tile backsplash, custom cabinets, wine fridge and breakfast bar. En-suite master bathroom with floor-to-ceiling glass tiles. Custom closets, hardwood floors, recessed lighting and upgraded plumbing and electrical wiring. Full-service pet-friendly building with 24-hour doorman and live-in super, landscaped roof deck, laundry room, bike room and additional storage. Asking price $1,225,000; CC: $26,556 per annum; three weeks on market. Brokers: Adam Heller, Heller Organization; Ryan Serhant, Nest Seekers (pictured).

267-269 Kingsland Ave. #2A
One bedroom, 1-bath condo with private terrace. Floor-to-ceiling windows, pass-thru kitchen with stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar. High ceilings, hardwood floors, central air throughout. King-sized bedroom. Asking Price: $510,000. CC: $350 per month. Days on the Market: 1 week. Agents: Lauren Chao, Town Residential; Eugene Litvak, Citi Habitats.


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