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DONE DEALS: Roundup of the week in residential sales


Dolly Hertz turned her renters into buyers with a pet project they can get their teeth into.

The Engel & Voelkers agent took them to see unit 4L at 45 Sutton Place (pictured top) listed at $1.695 million by Joshua Wesoky and Bronwen Lam  at Compass.

The 1,850 s/f three bedroom, 3-bath co-op was in “estate condition,” according to Hertz. “My buyers were initially looking to rent, however, based on the fact that they are architects and artists, they were uniquely capable of undertaking a large-scale renovation.”

After an initial offer of $1,400,000, her clients ultimately closed at $1.462,000, “a price they were happy with.”

45 Sutton Place is a white glove building with 24 hour doorman and concierge, live-in super, roof deck, garage and laundry. Hertz said her buyers were won over by the unitʼs location. “The apartmentʼs unique selling point was the low-floor location, right over the East River, evoking the feeling of being on a ship,” she explained.

Manhattan Valley
352 W110th St. #8A
A two-bedroom condo in Morningside Park’s Cathedral Gardens building. Unit features a large, bright kitchen and open dining room, private balcony overlooking Morningside Park and washer/drye. Asking price: $1.145 million. CC: $843. Days on the market: 1 week. Agent: Christian Beintes, Compass; Carole Armstrong, DJK Residential.

Sutton Place
345 E56th St. #5E


1,400 s/f two-bedroom, 2-bath (convertible three bedroom), living room with adjacent dining, kitchen with pantry and full-sized washer and dryer. Wood floors. Luxury building with 24-hour doormen, porters and resident manager. Roof deck, bike room, storage and garage. CC: $2,706. Asking Price: $1,195,000. Days on Market: 22.

Agent: Eileen Foy, Douglas Elliman

Upper West Side
40 W72nd St. #121


Three bedroom, 3-bath gut renovated sponsor unit at The Bancroft. 9 ft. ceilings, open kitchen with quartzite
countertops and stainless steel appliances. Living room, formal dining room/den/third bedroom. Master bedroom with en suite marble bath and dressing room. New hardwood floors, doors, hardware and custom lighting. Bosch washer & dryer. Full service, pet friendly co-op with 24-hour doorman, live-in super, bike room, storage bins and central laundry. CC: $3,369. Days on Market: 176 days. Aksing price: $2,895,000. Agents: Kristina Ojdanic & Greg Kammerer, The Corcoran Group; Robert Dowling of Compass.

Midtown East
330 E49th St. #4D
Post-war one-bedroom, 1-bath condo blocks from Grand Central. Unit features a wall of windows, high ceilings and parquet floors. Newly-renovated, windowed kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Modern bath with espresso wood vanity and king-sized master bedroom. The Beekman East is a full-service building with 24-hour doorman, laundry and on-site parking. Close to United Nations. Asking Price: $799,000. CC: $845. Days on the Market: 5 weeks. Agents: Courtney Hopper, Cooper & Cooper; Jimmi Circosta, Citi Habitats.

Murray Hill
305 E40th St. #PHC,
Renovated three bedroom, 3-bath home with outdoor space. 9 ft. 4 ins. ceilings; East River views from the kitchen and dining room. Open-plan windowed kitchen with cherry cabinetry, stone counters, porcelain floors and stainless steel appliances. Dining room with two exposures. Located off the living room and outfitted with electricity, water and drainage, a southeast facing terra-cotta terrace. Each bedroom is en-suite. Home office and separate laundry room with full-size washer and dryer. CC: $4,030. Asking Price: $2,325,000. Time on Market: 3.5 Weeks. Agents: Julie Perlin, Stribling & Associates; Richard Fairfield, City Connections Realty.

West Village


626 Washington St. #1B
Circa 1960 co-op at the West Village Houses. One-bedroom, one-bath home overlooking a common garden and facing west. Main living area with oversized windows, parquet floors and gallery-style track lighting. Generous storage space including a walk-in closet in the king-sized master bedroom. Amenities include two laundry rooms and bike storage. The shared outdoor space has an open lawn and BBQ grills. Asking Price: $800,000. CC: $724. Days on the Market: 14 weeks. Agents: Katherine Sullivan, Douglas Elliman; Christopher Butt, Citi Habitats.

15 Broad St. #2316,
1,175 s/f loft in Downtown by Starck. Newly renovated kitchen with two pull-out pantries, display shelves and kick-plate drawers. Living room with access to private terrace. Open layout with two bedroom areas that can be used traditionally or as an office, studio, or den. Laundry closet with washer and dryer. CC: $1,058.84. Asking Price: $1,350,000. Time on Market: 32 Weeks. Agents: Douglas Elliman; Corey Wecler & Ray Asis, City Connections Realty.

120 Giegerich Ave
Two-family Side Hall Colonial. Currently configured with a one-bedroom rental unit. Main home has four bedrooms and master suite with walk-in closete and Jacuzzi tub. Two-story entry foyer, family room, play room, laundry, custom kitchen with island, stainless steel appliances and patio doors leading to rear deck and landscaped back yard with swimming pool. Finished basement, garage and attic. Asking price $930,000. Time on Market: 112 Days. Agents: Frank Selovic, Robert Defalco Realty; Ri Jie Zheng, Rutenberg NYC.

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