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DONE DEALS: Realty Collective agents have recipe for success


Location, location, location was the watch-word for a french family looking for a new home in Brooklyn’s Kensington neighborhood.
They went in with an offer $46,000 over the $489,000 ask to win unit 5U at 599 East 7th Street, a full-service co-op with a part-time doorman, package service, elevator, laundry rooms and outdoor space.


“The buyers were sold on the property due to the location of the kitchen – being closed off and separate, but spacious and with great natural light,” said Shyda Hoque, who listed the home with Maryam Daghmoumi, both of Realty Collective in Brooklyn.
“They had been looking for many months and loved the layout.”
The two-bedroom, 1-bath apartment covers 1,100 s/f and the windowed kitchen has tons of natural light and lots of storage.

1075 Grand Concourse #AH


Pre-war two bedroom on the first floor. High ceilings, original parquet floors and old doors. Renovated eat-in kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Renovated windowed bathroom. Deep closets. One blcok from experess D-train. Asking price: $269,000. Time on market: 6 weeks. Agents: Marjo Benavides, Halstead Property ; Homes of New York Realty.

310 W120th St. #PH-8A
Three-bedroom, 2.5-bath penthouse condo in the Brownstone Lane II community. Unit features two private terraces, three exposures and oversized windows. Cherry wood floors and built-in cabinetry in main living area. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops. In-unit washer/dryer. Building amenities include a full-time doorman and gym, playground, rec room and common landscaped courtyard. Asking Price: $1,775,000. CC: $985.56. Days on the Market: 7 weeks. Agents: Justine Masters and Tamara Marotta, Corcoran; Donna Kreeger, Citi Habitats.

Upper West Side
650 West End Ave. #11A
High floor pre-war two bedroom, 1-bath condo with dining alcove and washer-dryer. Renovated with an open-concept layout of the living room, dining alcove and kitchen. High ceilings, contemporary kitchen with granite center island. Bamboo flooring throughout, Swarovski crystal lighting fixtures, entry foyer with custom closet. Built in 1917 and converted in 2000, the building offers a full time doorman, live-in super, bicycle storage, fitness room, playroom, common laundry and common storage. Asking Price $1,189,000. CC: $679. Time on Market: 112 Days. Agents: Jamie Breitman, Corcoran Group; Iris Li, Rutenberg

159 W. 53rd St. #21D
800 s/f one bedroom, 1-bath unit in the Tower 53 Condominium. Luxury full service building with 24-hour doorman & concierge, garage, roof deck and laundry room. Electricity included and live/work permitted. Pets welcome. Asking price: $850,000; CC: $798; Time on Market: 18 Days. Agent: Brian Joo, Rutenberg.

Gramercy Park
313 E18th St.
20 ft. wide, two-family townhouse on tree-lined Gramercy block with 31 other townhouses. Currently configured as two, free-market duplex apartments, that are leased. Can be investment proeprty, live/work or transformed into a 5,520 s/f single-family home with garden. Asking price: $4,790,000. Time on market: 600 Days. Agents: Leslie J. Garfield; Ante Jakic and Ellie Wald, Halstead Property.

90 Gold St. #13L
Two bedroom, 1-bath co-op apartment with balcony facing west. Part of the Southbridge Towers development with maintenance fees of $727 per month including electric, heat, taxes and hot water. Park in front of building. Indoor garage, 24-hour security. Asking Price $975,000. CC $727. Time on Market: 57 Days. Agents: Joelle Larroche, Douglas Elliman; Alan Pfeifer, Rutenberg.

Borough Park


1760 58th St.
Four family brick semi-detached brick house built in 1931. Home features a total of eight bedrooms and four baths, and is located on a 27 by 100 ft. lot with private front and back yards. The 7 ft. basement ceiling height allows for additional usable square footage. May remain as multi-family dwelling or redeveloped as single-family home. Asking Price: $2,199,000. Days on the Market: 4 weeks. Agent: Jana Angelakis, Citi Habitats.

Park Slope
270 5th St. #1G
Duplex two bedroom home with 20 ft. ceilings. Great room for both living and dining, kitchen with granite countertops and Bosch stainless appliances, bathroom with Jacuzzi tub. The upper level master bedroom has been fitted with custom frosted glass windows. Hardwood floors including a walk-in, and a storage unit across the hall. The former Borden’s Milk Factory, the building was converted into a pet-friendly co-op with an elevator, central laundry and parking. CC: $974. Asking Price: $995,000.Time on Market: 4 Weeks. Agents: Greg Mire, The Corcoran Group; Jennifer Chen Palumbo, City Connections Realty, Inc.

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