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DONE DEALS: Roundup of this week’s residential sales

Citi Habitats agent Andrew Sacks recently helped his clients purchase apartment #15D at The Ardsley at 320 Central Park West for $1,360,000. 


“My clients were a couple from Boston who grew up in Brooklyn – and it was their life-long dream to move back to New York. Initially, they wanted a two-bedroom, but everything we saw in their budget was too ‘cookie-cutter,’” explained Sacks. 

“They decided to open the search to ‘special’ one-bedrooms, meaning homes that were turn-key, unique and in quality buildings. The minute we toured the unit at The Ardsley, they knew it was the one.”

This renovated one-bedroom, 1.5 bath co-op (pictured top) features a kitchen with marble countertops; and a main living area with beamed ceilings, a fireplace and hardwood floors. The building is Art-Deco and was designed by Emery Roth in 1931.

The apartment was listed for $1,395,000 and was on the market for three weeks.  Maintenance fees total $2,081 per month. Stacey Bradie of Stribling represented the sellers.

Greenwich Village
11 Fifth Avenue #15H

Fully renovated one-bedroom, 1.5 bath home with open western and northern views in a full-service building on lower Fifth Avenue. The building has a fitness center, private storage unit included, bike room, on-site parking garage. Asking Price: $1,995,000. Days on the market: 114. CC: $2,752.Agents: Jared Barnett and Augusto Bittencourt , Compass.


Lenox Hill
160 East 65th Street, 24E

This convertible two-bedroom corner apartment on the 24th floor has north and east city views, and a separate dining alcove that can easily be converted to a second bedroom. It is currently opened into the living room for an open living/dining room flow. The master bedroom has two closets as well as an en-suite marble bath. There is an additional powder room for guests. The pass-through chef’s kitchen is windowed with stainless steel appliances including a Viking stove. Thermostat controlled heat/air conditioning in every room. Built in 1968, The Phoenix is a luxury cooperative, designed by Emery Roth. Its windows and poured concrete structure echo the architect’s twin-spired apartment buildings along Central Park West. Asking price: $1,225,000. CC: $2,271 Days on the market: 223. Agents: Bonnie Chajet of Warburg Realty; Caroline Holl, Michael Russell and Stephen Geller of Corcoran.

Washington Heights
779 Riverside Drive, Apt 33

A33 is a one-bedroom, 1-bath home with a windowed kitchen open to the living room with custom cabinetry, a breakfast bar, dark granite counters and stainless appliances including a dishwasher and microwave. The bathroom is windowed and renovated. The bedroom can accommodate a king sized bed and has windows facing north and west. W/D permitted.
Built circa 1926, Crillon Court has been restored and has a landscaped courtyard. Asking Price: $550,000. CC: $701. Days on market: 83. Agents: Joél Moss, Samantha Frith and Jordan Rosenfeld, Warburg Realty; Nitin (Nick) Girhotra, Citi Habitats.

East Village
67 East 11th Street
This historic loft has 10’ arched windows in the living room. 1868 cast iron columns highlight a prewar ambiance along with custom wood slat blinds. Kitchen with granite counters, LG Refrigerator, and birch and glass cabinets. Unit also has Carrara white Bianco Venato marble bath. A cantilevered stairway leads to a bedroom loft, featuring a closet storage area and desk area. Building has concierge level amenities including roof garden with Grace Church views. Asking price: $849,000. Agents: Maura and Robert Geils of Corcoran; Raed Ghaly, HomeDax.


Murray Hill
320 E. 42nd St. #1514

Studio, 1-bath 350 s/f. 320 E. 42nd St./Woodstock Towers is a landmark prewar co-op building central to all subways. Gardened backyard and laundry room on main floor lobby level. Fitness center and storage and bike room available for additional fee. Asking price: $430,000. CC: $895.10. Never hit the market. Agents: Wesley Staton, Douglas Elliman.; Macarena Beeche, Triplemint.

Carnegie Hill
1435 Lexington Avenue

Built in 1925 and converted in 1981, 1435 Lexington Avenue is a financially solid co-op. There is a resident manager, 24 hour door staff, a handyman and porter. The building is pet friendly, offers storage and bike storage and a landscaped roof deck. Electricity sub-metered; Cable purchased through the co-op. Monthly assessment of $406.85 until October, 2021. Asking price: $995,000. Leslie Rupert, Corcoran.

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