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DONE DEALS: Roundup of the week in residential sales

A team of Compass agents credit the firmʼs technology with helping them sell a Park Slope townhouse that had languished on the market for a year with another firm.
“We have a huge network of developers and investors within our database,ˮ said Dayanne Costa, of The Hard-Cost Team at


Compass, who listed 104 6th Avenue with colleagues Terrence Harding and Martyna Antonowicz for $3.7 million.
“The technology Compass has created allowed us to instantly tap into every agent who sold something like our property, or something close by. We were able to introduce them to 104 6th Avenue in minutes.ˮ
Charlie Pigott and Irine Blyumin from Corcoran brought a local investor to the table. He was sold on the location of the eight-unit brownstone on one of the Park Slope Landmark District’s most sought after blocks, and plans to renovate it and keep the apartments as rentals.
The Compass team had the 3,75 s/f townhouse (pictured top) in contract at $3.3 million within 45 days and closed 45 days later, all cash.

Morris Park,
668 Lester St.
Two family brick home with detached garage and large lot. First floor has eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, bedroom and bathroom. Second floor has an eat-in kitchen currently used as a laundry, two rooms and one full bath. Plaster walls and archways, original fixtures, updated wiring. Asking Price: $460,000. Time on Market: 3 Weeks. Agents: Yvette Watkins & Philippe Pierre-Louis, Douglas Elliman; Peggy Fox, City Connections Realty, Inc.

Hamilton Heights
626 W136th St. #11


Three-bedroom HDFC third floor co-op with open floor-plan, living room area combined with dining area, modern windowed kitchen equipped with full-sized stainless steel appliances and pine cabinetry, ceramic windowed bathroom and generously sized closets. Renovated building has new roof, boiler system, lobby, laundry room and lounge Pet friendly. Asking Price $430,000. CC: $540. Time on Market: 55 Days. Agents: Sarah Buff, Halstead Property LLC; Miguel Ceara, Rutenberg NYC .

420 E86th St. #1B
Two bedroom, 1.5-bath 950 s/f condo in pet friendly Art Deco building near the new 2nd Avenue subway. The building has a live-in super and storage available. CC: $550. Time on Market: 56 Days. Agents: Ted Esposito, Rutenberg NYC; Natalie Esposito, Rutenberg NYC.

Upper East Side
812 Park Ave.


Three bedroom, 3.5-bath pre-war duplex with open city views and over-sized windows throughout. Foyer with cove-lit coffered ceiling. Spacious living room with wood-burning fireplace. Library with built-in bookcases. Dining room and windowed eat-in kitchen. CC: $7,270. Asking Price: $7,200,000. Time on Market: 98 Days. Agents: Susan Burris  & Meryl Jacobs, Halstead; Ileana Lopez-Balboa, Corcoran.

Upper West Side
140 W71st St. #8G,
High floor, one bedroom, 1-bath apartment in investor friendly co-op building. Living and dining area with two large windows offering easterly view towards Central Park. Queen-sized bedroom with storage space and windowed exposure to the east. Pre-war details include hardwood floors, original moldings. CC: $1,475.80. Asking Price: $599,000. Time on Market: 10 Weeks. Agents: Nick Oliver, Homedax Real Estate; Laurie Klugman, City Connections Realty, Inc.

Midtown East
211 E53rd St. #14FF
Studio apartment with Manhattan skyline views from the 14th floor. Living area with wrap-around wall-to-wall windows offering dual exposures. Galley kitchen with new stainless steel appliances, including a SubZero refrigerator, GE Profile range and dishwasher. Subway tiled bath with soaking tub and granite vanity. Located at The Hawthorne House, a cond-op that offers a full-time doorman, live-in super, storage, laundry and landscaped roof deck. Asking Price: $575,000. CC: $1,400. Days on the Market: 6 weeks. Agents: Alexandra Newman, Keller Williams NYC; Andrew Sacks, Citi Habitats.

Murray Hill
159 Madison Ave. #6H
One-bedroom, 1-bath co-op with modern open floor plan and hardwood floors throughout. Foyer leads to the dining area and kitchen complete with espresso-toned Shaker-style cabinetry, granite countertops, full stainless steel appliance package and breakfast bar with pendant lighting. Main living area includes an oversized window and built-in bookshelves. Located at Murray Hill Plaza, where amenities include a resident super, private storage, common laundry room and roof deck. Asking Price: $629,000. CC: $1,681. Days on the Market: 3 weeks. Agents: Militza van Doren, Brown Harris Stevens; Rory Bolger, Citi Habitats.

Greenwich Village
40 E9th St. #14H
900 s/f apartment on the penthouse level of a Central Village co-op steps from 5th Avenue. Unobstructed views of the midtown skyline. Entry foyer leads to living room with a separate dining area. Home office. Asking Price: $1,279,000 CC: $1,4875.42. Time on the Market: 58 days. Agents: Julie Rupprecht, Corcoran; Jason Baker, Compass.

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