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DONE DEALS: Round up of this week’s residential sales


When Ian Wolf took over a listing a the boutique loft building 53, Warren, he shaved $300,00 off the asking price and sold it within 10 weeks.
“This is a rare, move-in ready, floor-thru, true loft with a key-lock elevator opening directly into the apartment, 12 ft. ceilings and 9 ft. windows and located in the heart of Tribeca,” said the Douglas Elliman agent.
“This was listed with another agent and I took it over. After 10 weeks, I managed to get a signed contract at three percent off the asking price.”
Unit 4 at 53 Warren (pictured top) sold for $2.9 million with Frank Giordan of Compass representing the buyer.
Wolf called the contemporary two bedroom, 2-bath loft “the perfect picture of chic downtown living.”
The 37 ft. long living room is ideal for entertaining and the kitchen is outfitted with Poliform cabinets and a 40 ins. wide Sub-Zero refrigerator. The apartment also has a private laundry room with washer/dryer.

Upper West Side
41 W82nd St. #5A

Street-facing two bedroom convertible apartment in a 1916 building steps from Central Park on a tree-lined street. In need of renovation and priced to move. Apartment can be converted to a three bedroom while maintaining a dining area and third bathroom. Washer/Dryer permitted. Asking price: $1,670,000. CC: $2,949. Time on Market: 190 days. Agent: Jayne Sosland, Level Group.


Midtown West
159 W53rd St#25E

Two-bedroom, 2-bath estate sale condo with open skyline views to the south and west. Oversized picture windows and parquet floors throughout. Foyer and gallery at entry which leads to a main living area with separate dining alcove. King-sized master bedroom with en-suite bath and generous closet space. Located in Tower 53, a full-service, pet-friendly building with 24-hour doorman, on-site garage and landscaped roof deck. Near iconic landmarks such as Central Park, Radio City and Carnegie Hall Asking Price: $1,390,000. CC: $1,351. Days on the Market: 64 weeks. Agents: Jacqueline Davis, Douglas Elliman; David A. Palmieri, Citi Habitats.


420 E51st St. #11E

One bedroom, 1-bath co-op in the historic Beekman Place enclave. South facing and light filled unit with views from window onto the gardens and rooftops. Freshly painted and decluttered move-in condition home in The Morad Beekman, which has a 24-hour doorman service, live-in super, landscaped roof deck, gym and attended garage. Asking Price: $390,000. CC: $3,166. Days on Market: 170 Days. Agents: Domingo Perez, Warburg Realty; Bernie Rubin, Douglas Elliman.

Kips Bay
245 E24th St. #16J

South facing studio apartment with original hardwood floors. Private setback terrace that offers views from the 16th floor of a full-service co-op building. Spacious living area, separate yet open kitchen. Bedroom with double windows that overlook a terrace. Built in 1961 and designed by architect Lawrence Rothman, the 17-story Tracy Towers on 24th Street has doorman, porters and a live-in super. Asking Price: $529,000. CC $1,101. Days on Market: 27 Days. Agents: Martin Eiden, Compass; Andrew Sideras, Sotheby’s.

16 W16th St. #9NN

Sun flooded, south facing studio co-op with foyer, dining/living area. Freshly painted and move-in ready . Kitchen has all-white appliances, solid wood cabinetry and glass inserts. Asking Price: $559,000. CC: $728. Days on Market: 119 Days. Agents: Alan Levy, Warburg Realty; Lisa Interdonato, Douglas Elliman.


92 Laight St. #4A

Renovated 2,221 s/f corner loft on the 4th floor overlooking the Hudson River. Two king-sized bedrooms, den and three full bathroom. Wood floors and 10 ft. ceilings, kitchen with custom Bulthaup b3 cabinetry and drawers, Gaggenau appliances and wine storage. Entrance gallery, laundry room with vented washer and dryer. Master suite with double vanity and customized Poliform closet. Direct elevator access to the building garage, newly renovated gym, private storage and full-time concierge. CC: $2,941. Asking Price: $4,750,000. Time on Market: 25 Weeks. Agents: Holly Parker & Jamie Gagliano, Douglas Elliman; Philip James, City Connections Realty.

Forest Hills
6 Burns St. #120

Two-bedroom, 1-bath co-op with open living room and eat-in kitchen with two exposures, ample storage and counter space. Windowed ceramic tile bath and king-sized master bedroom. Plank hardwood flooring throughout. Located in the Tennis View Apartments near Forest Hills Stadium and convenient to Austin Street shopping and dining. Building amenities include a live-in super, residents’ laundry facilities and a private, gated park. Asking Price: $515,000. CC: $1,028. Days on the Market: 4 weeks. Agents: Jimmi Circosta and Howard Glick, Citi Habitats.

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