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DONE DEALS: Residential sales roundup

When Becki Danchik’s Upper West Side listing fell flat in the spring, she encouraged her sellers to take it off the market.
“Five months later, it was a whole different market and we had multiple offers,ˮ said the Rutenberg agent.


“With selling any property, timing is a factor and so is finding a qualified buyer,ˮ added Danchik. “There were several people who saw the apartment in the spring but were not ready to take action. They kept their eyes on the apartment and, by the fall, there was a stampede as well as a fresh pool of buyers.ˮ
555 West 84th Street #4E is a seven-room pre-war home with 10 ft. ceilings, herringbone floors, a living room side-by-side with the dining room, three bedrooms and a master .
Danchik offered the apartment at $2.75 million and it sold within 21 days for $2.86 million. The buyer was brought in by Hillary Suchman of Sloane Square LLC.
“The majority of people who viewed the apartment were already living on the Upper West Side who knew exactly what they wanted and they had to act quickly given the recent sales history in the neighborhood,ˮ said Danchik.

2287 Johnson Ave. #11A
Corner two bedroom, 2-bath unit at RiverPointe on the Hudson with deeded inside parking. Water view from every room and from south and west facing terrace. Windowed kitchen with center island counter, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, custom window coverings, customized closets with built-ins. Full-service, pet-friendly, 24/7 doorman building with 3-6 residences per floor. Common roof deck, bicycle storage, fitness center and laundry room on every floor. Asking Price $629,000. CC: $1,062. Time on Market: 56 Days. Agents: George Welch, Rutenberg.

163 St. Nicholas Ave. #PHC


Three-bedroom, 2-bath duplex penthouse condo with outdoor spaces (totaling 1,033 s/f). The main living area has double-height ceilings and cherry hardwood floors throughout. Pass-thru kitchen with stainless steel appliances and limestone countertops. Master bedroom with three closets and en-suite marble bath. Private parking space included. Amenities include a courtyard, roof deck, fitness center and laundry. Asking Price: $1,795,000. CC: $1,926. Days on the Market: 6 weeks. Agents: Patricia Dugan, Corcoran; Jimmi Circosta, Citi Habitats.

Upper East Side
201 E66th St. #15B
Renovated one bedroom, 1-bath co-op with dining alcove that could be concerted to second bedroom. Built-ins, refinished wood floors, renovated kitchen and bathroom with Waterworks vanity and Carrera marble floor. Full service building with full-time doorman, on-site property manager, renovated green garden lobby, garage, and laundry room. Washer dryers and pets permitted. Asking Price: $899,000. CC: $1,399. Time on the market: 21 days. Agents: Katharine Tuckerman and Edith Tuckerman, Brown Harris Stevens; Michael A. Jones, Corcoran.

345 E73rd St. #8C
Renovated two-bedroom, 2-bath co-op. Living room and alcove dining area. Modern galley kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances including microwave and dishwasher. The two bedrooms are equal in size and the baths are outfitted with marble tile. Home features both south and north-facing open city views. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman/concierge, marble lobby, laundry facilities, on-site garage, resident storage room and landscaped roof deck. Asking price: $1,295,000. CC: $2,239. Days on the Market: 4 weeks. Agents: Rachel Kelly, Keller Williams NYC; Carolina Germain, Citi Habitats.

Turtle Bay
211 E51st St. #7G
One bedroom apartment facing south. Designed by architect Shamir Shah, this residence has 4-inch white oak hardwood floors. The kitchen is equipped with modern white lacquer cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Washer/dryer and window treatments. 24-hour concierge, lounge and fitness room. Asking price: $1,279,000.CC: $685. Time on Market: 43 Days. Agents: Anne-Laure Touchard, Rutenberg; Esther Patten, Compass.

66 Madison Ave #11F
$690, 000
One bedroom apartment with 10 ft. beamed ceilings, original wood flooring, recessed lighting with dimmers, and built-in speakers. Custom solid wood kitchen cabinetry with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Living room with dining alcove and four windows. King-size bedroom with custom built-ins. Bathroom with Jacuzzi and shower. Madison Parq is a pre-war building with 24-hour doorman, full-time porters, laundry on every floor, basement storage. Asking price: $699,000. CC: $1,674. Time on Market: 56 Days
Agents: Leonardo Curatolo & Steven Kramer, Douglas Elliman; Josh Weston, Rutenberg.

Greenwich Village
67 E11th St. #407
One bedroom, 1-bath with two 10 ft. arched windows. Open kitchen with Caesarstone quartz countertops, 18 bottle wine storage, Wolf cooktop and pantry. Living room has 14.6 ft. ceilings, white oak LV floors and a floating staircase l to the bedroom mezzanine. Two walk-in closets on each level. The Cast Iron Building is a pre-war loft with full-time doorman, roof deck, live-in superintendent, private storage, bike storage and a fitness room. Asking price: $1,350,000. CC: $1,926. Time on Market: 28 Days. Agents: S. Hunie Kwon & Suzanne Cain, Douglas Elliman; Richard Kahoe, Rutenberg.

PICTURE TOP:555 West 84th Street


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