Upper West Side
760 West End Ave, #15A
Come bask in the warmth of this beautiful, spacious, two bedroom home, conveniently located on a high floor in an elegant, full-service, pre-war coop on West End Avenue. Flooded with bright sunlight, this apartment boasts a lovely eat-in-kitchen complete with granite counter tops and top of the line appliances including a Viking range, Subzero fridge and Bosch dishwasher. The apartment also features hardwood herringbone floors, high ceilings, tasteful built-ins and a large windowed bathroom. 760 West End Avenue has many amenities including a full-time doorman, live-in superintendent, bike room, laundry room and storage bins. Maintenance: $1,787.64. Asking price: $1,295,000. Brokers: Kristina Ojdanic, Greg Kammerer, The Corcoran Group.
555 W. 23rd St, Apt S11C
706 square foot one bedroom, 1 bathroom mint Chelsea condo with wide rooms, good closet space (including a walk-in), hardwood floors, fusion hand-blown pendant lighting, a washer/dryer and bright, quiet high floor exposure into lovely courtyard. The kitchen is open with large granite counters and a glass mosaic back-splash with cayenne maple cabinets. 555 West 23rd is a luxury condominium building with fabulous amenities including 24 hour concierge service, doorman, in house valet service, residents lounge equipped with TV, pool table, fireplace and more. The beautiful lobby has a soothing Zen like vibe with a waterfall and Atrium seating. There is a state of the art fitness center, bicycle storage, attached garage and landscaped courtyard. Located in the Prime Chelsea Arts District. On the same block as The Highline, the location is vibrant with cutting edge art galleries, restaurants, shops, schools and beautiful architecture. Chelsea Piers is nearby as is the crosstown bus and subway lines C,E,1,F,M subway lines. Pets and leasing allowed. Choice of Fios,TWC or Direct TV. A must see home with low monthlies! CC: 741. Asking Price: $1,050,000. Time on the Market: 75 days. Seller’s Agent & Company: Tami Shaoul, Corcoran Group. Buyer’s Agent & Company: Stephanie Rappaport, Brown Harris Stevens.
120 E. 36th St, Apt. 5E
675 square foot tastefully renovated one bedroom, 1 bathroom with well-proportioned living room and bedroom, great light, and a wall of windows overlooking landmark townhouses and the beautiful Chrysler building. The renovated open kitchen boasts granite counter tops with a breakfast bar, cherry wood cabinets, and new stainless steel appliances. This charming apartment features detailed finishes, custom moldings and built-in cabinets, and hardwood floors. It has through-the-wall air conditioners and ample closets, including a walk-in closet. Stimson House is a lovely postwar building with a prewar feel located between Park and Lexington Avenues in Murray Hill. The building is well maintained, has good financials, two elevators, a part-time doorman, resident super, and a laundry room. It is conveniently located on a residential tree-lined block close to shopping, great restaurants, subways and busses, the Morgan Library, and Grand Central Station. The building requires owner occupancy and does not allow subletting, pied-a-terres, or guarantors. Small pets are permitted. Maint: $1,195. Asking Price: $649,000. Time on the Market: 27 days. Seller’s Agent & Company: Cathy Geiger, Corcoran Group. Buyer’s Agent & Company: Nicole Flowers, Brown Harris Stevens.
702 44th Street, Apt. 4H
901 square foot two bedroom, 1 bathroom prewar condo in the a vibrant, historic Sunset Park neighborhood with its beautiful views of the Brooklyn and Verrazano Bridges. Abundant natural light, lots of closet space, gorgeous hard wood floors, new thermal insulation double–hung windows, color video intercom, Bosch in–home washer and dryer, top–of–the–line stainless steel appliances and granite countertop. Private 4×5 feet storage bin in the basement comes with apartment with no monthly charge. One Sunset Park building features: full–time live–in superintendent, a new modern elevator, a fully equipped fitness room, a new backyard garden and landscaped entrance courtyard, interior bicycle storage, and personal storage units. Laundry room in the basement. Pet friendly. Conveniently located with easy access to public transportation and across the street from the park with great New York harbor, Manhattan skyline and sunset views. Park features Olympic size swimming pool with beach volleyball field, well-equipped gym, recreational center, artificial grass soccer field and newly open sprinkler park. The entrance to the beautiful newly open waterfront park at the Bush Terminal is only 10 minutes away at 43rd Street and 1st Avenue. CC: $527. Asking Price: $750,000. Time on the Market: 104 days. Seller’s Agent & Company: Peter Bracichowicz, Corcoran Group. Buyer’s Agent & Company: Anna Milat-Meyer, Halstead.
51 Jay St. #3A
Two bedroom two and a half bathroom. Every detail throughout this residence speaks of expert craftsmanship and fine materials that exude the industrial charm of the building A wall of expansive and elegantly proportioned casement windows allows light to pour onto oak herringbone floors in living areas. Oversized kitchens include dramatic custom cabinetry by Aster Cucine, La Rochelle Gris marble slab countertops, and a suite of Gaggenau appliances. Luxuriously appointed master bathrooms feature lacquered dark brown vanities with copper detailing, walnut brown marble flooring, and a glass-enclosed wet room with walk-in shower and soaking tub. A double-height, attended lobby features polished concrete flooring with steel tracks inspired by the original rails that carried goods through the building. At the heart of 51 Jay Street is a private courtyard garden. Listed by Deborah Brener Zolan, Halstead.