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DONE DEALS: Roundup of the week in residential sales


Rutenberg NYC’s Jeffrey Fields is enjoying a successful run after selling over $90 million worth of homes in just three weeks.
Fields has gone to contract on a $12 million apartment at the Four Seasons Private Residences at 30 Park Place.
We are told it was purchased by “a jet-setting buyer who favors Four Seasons hotels around the world.ˮ
The 3,700 s/f apartment #67A (pictured top)has views in three directions, living and dining rooms, four bedrooms, and four and one-half baths, including his and her baths in the master suite.
Fields also brought in the buyer of a $79 million duplex at the under-construction 520 Park Avenue earlier in the month.
“This has been an exceptionally strong year for Rutenberg NYC in the high-end of the residential market, especially with contributions from agents like Jeffrey Fields,” said Stefani Berkin, President of Rutenberg NYC. “He’s a superior negotiator and has a keen sense of exactly what type of residence will best suit his clients.”

Morningside Heights
545 W111th St. #8N


One-bedroom, 1-bath co-op with pre-war layout. Foyer leads to living/dining area with 9.6 ft. beamed ceilings, triple window and hardwood floors. The kitchen has granite counters, classic black-and-white checkerboard tile floor and full-sized appliances, including dishwasher. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, Art Deco lobby, fitness center and landscaped roof deck with Hudson River views. Asking Price: $590,000. CC: $1,162. Days on the Market: 9 weeks. Agents: Courtney Hopper, Cooper & Cooper; Ana Weisberger, Citi Habitats.

Carnegie Hill
60 E96th St. #7CD
Originally seven rooms, this combination is now a six-room home offering three bedrooms, 2-baths, and a powder room. Located in a pre-war full service building designed by Emery Roth, the apartment has a foyer, side-by-side living room and dining room with French doors. The eat-in kitchen has granite and stainless steel counter tops, Bosch dishwasher, banquette with table and built-in office corner. The bedrooms are split, with a master suite with walk-in closet at one side of the apartment and two additional bedrooms and bathroom in separate wing. Thru-wall air conditioning, washer/dryer, parquet oak floors, beamed ceilings. The building has a children’s playroom, bike room, laundry and individual storage bin that conveys with the apartment. Asking price: $2,525,000. CC: $3,614. Time on Market: 161 Days. Agents: Kelly Killian, Rutenberg NYC; Eleanor Frommer, Stribling & Associates

Tudor City
320 E42nd St. #1407,


Co-op studio apartment in luxury building with 24-hour concierge and gym. Low maintenance includes utilities. The Woodstock Tower is a pre-war, landmarked 459-unit building with a two-storied lobby and recently renovated hallways and elevators. There is a private courtyard garden, laundry and Tudor City Greens, two parks with gardens and venue for community activities. CC: $824.40. Asking Price: $325,000. Time on Market: 20 Weeks. Agents: Elliot Adler & Patrick Todd, City Connections Realty, Inc.

Carroll Gardens
361 Clinton St. #3B
Corner one-bedroom, 1-bath penthouse condo with 238 s/f private roof deck with skyline views. Sunken main living area with 20 ft. ceilings, wood-burning brick fireplace and cast-iron staircase to roof. Separate kitchen with dishwasher and skylight, and bath with vanity and ceramic tile floor. Recessed lighting, ceiling fans and parquet floors throughout. Low monthly charges. Asking Price: $849,000. CC: $280. Days on the market: 4 weeks. Agents: Andrew Mark, Corcoran; Marc Graiser, Citi Habitats.

Sunset Park
4012 7th Ave. #11
Top floor two bedroom co-op with south and east exposure. Windowed renovated bathroom, windowed eat-in kitchen with doorway into the living room. Two closets plus 10 by 4 ft. walk-in closet. Original oak parquet floors with mahogany inlay and original pre-war detail throughout. Pet friendly, 44-unit, self-managed building with landscaped courtyard. Asking Price: $550,000 .CC: $713. Time on the Market: 95 days. Agents: Peter Bracichowicz, Corcoran; Lynn Tesser, Douglas Elliman.


848 43rd St. #23
800 s/f two bedroom first floor apartment with northern exposure. Self-managed Finnish co-op. Renovated, windowed kitchen opens to the living room; windowed bathroom with double sink vanity; space for an office. Original oak parquet floors throughout. Asking Price: $550,000. CC: $488. Time on the Market: 294 days. Agents: Peter Bracichowicz, Corcoran; Amanda Forminio, Mont Sky RE LLC.

533 Leonard St. #PHB
Floor-though two bedrooms, 2-bath 1,356 s/f apartment with 898 s/f of private outdoor space, split between two terraces. Floor-to-ceiling windows and three exposures offering city views. Central cooling and hydronic radiant heated flooring throughout. Up to 17 ft. ceilings. Custom Italian Miton kitchen cabinets and Bosch washer & dryer. Ravit bathtub and toilet, Aquabrass faucets. The building has a common roof deck, smartphone video intercom. Asking Price $2,895,000. CC: $938. Time on Market: 153 Days. Agents: Joseph Baquiran, Rutenberg NYC; Tami Earnest, BOLD NY

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