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DONE DEALS: Roundup of the week’s residential sales

Rutenberg’s Jason Lee just closed on a full floor four bedroom apartment at 60 East 86th Street (pictured top) for a local family looking for a modern home.

Lee’s buyer went in with the full $9.25 million asking price, but managed to negotiate city and state transfer tax with the agents from Corcoran Sunshine representing the sponsor, Glenwood Operating Corp.

The apartment was designed by Danish architect, Thomas Juul-Hansen with an emphasss on privacy, comfort, and modernity.

It has a 30 ft. great room and windowed kitchen with a pelthora of additions that include a full-height wine refrigerator, two sinks and double ovens with warming drawers.

According to Lee, the buyer had his sights set on an ground-up new construction condo. “Most other condos in the area are conversions,ˮ said Lee, noting that his buyer was drawn to the buildingʼs modern design and first class amenities.


Midtown East
220 E57th St. #10A
Studio at the Carlton East with southern exposures and a smart layout that provides a separate enclosed kitchen and space for sleeping and living. Mid-rise co-op building. CC: $858.77. Asking Price: $369,000. Time on Market: 12 Weeks. Agent: Howard Spiegelman & Tim Rothman, Compass; Anoop Punjabi, City Connections Realty, Inc.

Murray Hill
10 Park Ave.#14S
Studio apartment in pre-war building. Original oak floors have been refinished. Windowed kitchen, living area, entry foyer and dressing room, which can be used as a home office or walk-in closet. Art deco lobby and roof terrace, plus 24-hour doorman/concierge and live-in resident manager. CC: $979.45. Asking Price: $465,000. Time on Market: 20 Weeks. Agents: Cheryl Greenberg, City Connections Realty; Eric Bottomley, Kijner & Sons International Realty NY.

Greenwich Village
250 Mercer St. #C316
One-bedroom, 1-bath co-op with bonus loft area accessible by a custom-designed staircase. Main living area with high ceilings, track lighting and hardwood floors. Newly renovated kitchen with custom countertops and stainless steel appliances – including dishwasher and microwave. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, common courtyard and furnished roofdeck. Asking Price: $1,195,000.CC: $2,368 per month. Days on the Market: 16 weeks. Agents: Meg Siegel, Sotheby’s International Realty; Diana Mitchell, Citi Habitats.


70 Charlton St. #3G
824 s/f one bedroom, 1-bath sponsor unit in Extell’s luxury 92-unit property. The building has a 24-hour doorman/concierge, landscaped courtyard with green wall, birch tree arbor, staggered boxwood garden, water feature, and integrated seating, outdoor sports court, residents lounge with catering kitchen, playroom, fitness center, indoor pool, steam room. Package room with walk-in refrigerator and bicycle and private storag. Asking Price $1,470,000. CC: $1,738. Agent: Sonia Rehani, Charles Rutenberg LLC

137 Dupont St. #2


Modern and flexible one-bedroom duplex condo currently configured as a one bedroom with a separate area for both a nursery and home office. Located on the first floor, with a private street entrance. Top-of-the-line chef ’s kitchen with farmhouse sink, stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar. Unit also features hardwood floors, split A/C units and storage space throughout. Private backyard with more than 500 s/f outdoor space. Asking Price: $775,000. CC: $225. Days on the Market: 15 weeks. Agent: Eva Nowakowski, Citi Habitats.

Sunset Park
661 41st St.
South facing two-bedroom, 1-bath co-op in a self-managed 69-unit building. This third floor apartment has views of Sunset Park from two rooms and landscaped courtyard from the kitchen and bathroom and second bedroom. Apartment features windowed bathroom, eat-in kitchen and original oak parquet floors. Building has Olympic-size swimming pool, gym, recreational center, artificial grass soccer field and sprinkler park. Time on the Market: 148 Days. Asking Price: $550,000. Agent: Peter Bracichowicz, Corcoran.

365 Bridge St.
Corner condo configured as a two bedroom, 2-bath with 12 ft. ceilings and over-sized windows. Open layout has living and dining room area. BellTel Lofts was originally designed in 1928 by architect Ralph Walker. It was converted to condominiums in 2007 by Beyer Blinder Belle. The building has a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, two common roof terraces, media lounge, yoga room, gym, playroom, business center, bike room, indoor parking and self-storage. Time on the Market: 122 Days. Asking Price: $1,350,000. Agents: Brian Giambalvo & Michael Tannen, Corcoran.

Forest Hills
103-25 68th Ave. #3G
Renovated two bedroom, 1-bath apartment with living-dining room, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, new cabinets, hardwood floors, recessed lights and seven closets. 24-hour doorman with gym and children’s playroom. CC: $1,053. Time on Market: 125 Days. Agent: Ebe Becker, Charles Rutenberg LLC; David Dan, Benjamin Realty

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