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DONE DEALS: Roundup of the week in residential sales


The record-breaking Carroll Gardens townhouse at 181 President Street (pictured top) drew plenty of interest, but Halstead’s Brendan Aguayo remains tight-lipped on who finally bought it.
“The property’s impeccable design and attention to detail rightfully attracted strong interest. It offered a rare opportunity for a buyer to have sophisticated new construction and luxury amenities, such as a private elevator and multi-car garage with Tesla charging station, as well as expansive and thoughtfully designed outdoor entertaining spaces – all within the heart of one of Brooklyn’s most sought-after neighborhoods,” said Aguayo when we quizzed him about the $9.15 million sale.
Once a run-down single story garage, the site was scooped up for $1.4 million in 2013 and transformed into a four-story luxury home by architect Jason Allen, of Workshop DA,
It was listed with the Aguayo Team last fall at $9.95 million. Jim St. Andre from Core was the buyer’s broker .
The sale breaks the previously-reported area record of $6 million for a brownstone sold in September 2017.

Hamilton Heights
416 West 144th St.
Corner mansion on Hamilton Terrace with limestone and terracotta brick facade, balcony, mansard slate roof, and dormers. Outside is original wrought iron fencing and gardens. Five floors of living space include a finished cellar with restaurant style bar, wine cellar and billiard table. First floor foyer and living room, library with wet bar and half bath. Second floor kitchen, dining room and family room with a gas fireplace. The master bedroom with marble bath and walk-in closet is on the third floor along with a guest suite. Top floor has two bedrooms, a bathroom, and laundry room. Library stairs lead to landscaped roof deck. Asking price: $5,495,000. Time on Market: 204 days. Agents: Dharshyyni Peries, Rutenberg NYC; Tamara Marotta, Corcoran.

Upper West Side
2790 Broadway, #7A
Top floor two bedroom, 1-bath corner co-op unit with a foyer and main living area with high ceilings, track lighting and picture window. Open kitchen with stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar. Building amenities include a live-in super, elevator, basement laundry facilities, lounge with pool table and catering kitchen and private backyard garden. Asking Price: $699,000. CC: $1,340. Days on the Market: 15 weeks. Agents: Kevin McManus, Douglas Elliman; Barbara A. Breen, Citi Habitats.

Murray Hill
220 Madison Ave. #3-O
550 s/f alcove studio with good closet space, upgraded windowed kitchen with all-new appliances, dining and dressing alcove and convertible area for a separate sleeping space. Updated bathroom. Co-op building with 24-hour doormen, live-in super, roof deck and package room. CC: $1,187. Asking Price: $444,000. Time on Market: 22 Weeks. Agents: Melissa L. Hernandez, Douglas Elliman; Laurie Klugman, City Connections Realty.

Midtown West
100 W39th St. #35C
One bedroom with good light and views. Pass-through kitchen with marble countertops and breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances. African walnut hardwood flooring throughout. Bryant Park Tower has a 24-hour concierge/doorman, fitness room, laundry, resident manager and parking garage. CC: $839.67. Asking price: $815,000. Time on Market: 4 Weeks. Agents: Alexis Gandelman, City Connections; Yixuan “Peter” Zhou, Global Chase Realty.

Kips Bay Towers
333 E30th St. #2P
One bedroom condo at I.M. Pei’s Kips Bay Towers. Picture windows, expansive living room, king-size bedroom, foyer that could double as dining area or home office. Original kitchen and bathroom. Low common charges and taxes. Full service condo with 24-hour concierge and doorman, live-in manager and super, fitness center, bike room, storage, laundry, valet with dry cleaning and housekeeping services. Asking price: $835,000. CC: $540. Time on Market: 32 days. Agents: Jeff Nolan, Corcoran Group; Jason Lee, Rutenberg NYC.

205 E16th St. #5AB


Five bedroom, 4.5-bath condo in The Abbey at St. George’s Church. Living room with coffered ceilings and stained-glass windows. Chef’s kitchen with porcelain farmhouse-style sink. Master bedroom suite includes an attached study and en-suite bath with high ceiling and wrought-iron lanterns. Other features include a private terrace with solarium, two sets of washer/dryers, central A/C and a security system. Asking Price: $5,250,000. CC: $3,284. Days on the Market: 8 weeks. Agents: Henry Hershkowitz, CORE; Katie Madden, Citi Habitats.

Bedford Stuyvesant
838 Hancock St.
Three-family brick townhouse that could be converted to a single family home,. Good overall condition. First floor extension and finished basement. Near transportation, community markets, restaurants. Asking price: $975,000. Time on Market: 200 Days. Agents: Brian Mukerjee and Michael Dvorkin, Level Group; Adrian Ellis, Adrian A. Ellis, LLC



Long Island City
5-49 Borden Ave.
Two-bedroom, two bath apartment with private terrace and washer and dryer. Private fitness room, tax abatement, deeded indoor parking space and private roof section with open city views. Asking Price: $1,339,000. CC: $785. Time on Market: 160 Days. Agent: Jeremy Swillinger, Level Group.

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