Buyers are flocking to the new NoMad condo at 241 Fifth Avenue.
CORE’s Doron Zwickel is the exclusive agent for the 20-story building, one of the only new developments to go up within the Madison Square North Historic District.
Developed by Victor Homes, the 46-unit property has supassed sales expectations since opening this summer and only a handful of units remain for sale.
Ivana Nikolic, another CORE broker, just sold 7B for $3 million.
The 1,722 s/f three bedroom, 3.5-bath home has an open-flow living room and huge windows. The kitchen has a suite of high-end appliances, including a dish washer.
Amenities include a full-time doorman, common roof deck and a fitness center.
Nikolic said her buyers are out-of-towners relocating for work. “The potential for further growth is what draws buyers to NoMad,ˮ she added.
The apartment went for the full asking price less than a week after being released on the market.
Upper West Side
180 West End Ave. #27G
Renovated one bedroom, 1-bath co-op. Living room with space for dining, renovated kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. King-sized bedroom and separate dressing area. Refinished parquet wood floors and dimmer switch lighting throughout. Asking Price: $655,000. CC:$1,256. Days on the Market: 3 weeks. Agent: Tami Wasserman, Citi Habitats.
Upper East Side
111 E75th St. #9B
1,000 s/f pre-war, two bed, 1.5 bath corner apartment. South facing second bedroom has been opened up to expand the living room, restored for privacy by floor-to-ceiling wood paneled moveable doors. Windows in every room. Washer / dryer, A/C in every room. Co-op has four apartments to every floor. Live-in super. CC: $1,719. Asking Price: $995,000. Time on the Market: 21 days. Agents: Judith Durham, Stribling and Co; Barbara Connolly, Corcoran Group (pictured).
Upper East Side
516 E82nd St. #5E
Renovated one bedroom co-op. Large living room, kitchen with new appliances, including built-in microwave and dishwasher. Queen-sized bedroom with two windows. Bath offers a tiled shower and skylight. Refinished hardwood floors throughout. Asking Price: $339,000. CC: $927. Days on the Market: 20 weeks. Agents: Donna Bradbury and Bruce Winstral, Citi Habitats.
372 Fifth Ave.7M
850 s/f convertible two bedroom with high ceilings, balcony doors, and transom window. Entry hall, renovated open kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Living room with sliding glass door opening to a private balcony. Office/den with large closet. Pre-war building with laundry on every floor, full-time doorman and furnished roof deck. CC: $1,817. Asking Price: $525,000. Time on the Market: 158 days. Agents: Roni Black, Corcoran Group; Thomas DiDomenico, Corcoran Group.
11 E29th St.#9A
Two bedroom, 2.5 bath condo that could be converted into a three bedroom. Floor-to-ceiling windows, washer/dryer. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances. The Sky House is a new 55-story condo with 24-hour doorman, fitness center and children’s playroom. Asking Price: $1,995,000. CC: $1,381. Days on the Market: 5 weeks. Agents: Amanda Rosenburg, Corcoran and John Farrell, Citi Habitats (pictured).
655 Sixth Avenue, 3A
950 s/f one bedroom, 1.5 bath condo loft with 14 ft. ceilings, oversized windows, expansive walls. Chef’s kitchen with Viking appliances and marble center island. Air conditioning, washer/dryer, custom closets and wide-plank walnut floors. 655 Sixth Ave. was converted to a full-service luxury condo in 2007, and now offers a 24/hour doorman and concierge, roof garden with an outdoor kitchen, dining areas. Asking Price: $1,550,000. CC: $853, Time on the Market: 6 weeks. Brokers: Emily and Elizabeth Beare, CORE; Toni Haber and Carlo Romero, Douglas Elliman.
661 Carroll ST. #1
1,698 s/f two bedroom duplex condo with den and recreation room. Converted Brownstone Brooklyn townhouse. Parlor floor has chef’s kitchen, dining and living room. Three wood burning fireplaces. Large windows in the garden level where recreation/guest room opens to a private terrace. Private backyard. CC: $600. Asking Price: $1,575,000. Time on the Market: 19 days. Agents: Lara Nagle, Corcoran Group; Marcy Wasserman, Corcoran Group.
Long Island City
11-25 45th Avenue, 2i
529 s/f studio in One Murray Park, a new condominium on the renovated Murray Playground. Close to MoMAs PS1 and the E, M and 7 subway lines. Amenities include doorman, indoor parking, gym, common roof deck, residents library and a bike room. Asking Price: $465,000. CC: $393, Time on the market: 8 months. Brokers: Doron Zwickel and Brittany Fox, CORE.