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DONE DEALS: Roundup of the week in residential sales

Town New Development managing director Elaine Diratz believes a new Harlem price record could have a domino effect at Circa Central Park.


Her team recently closed on the $7,238,750 sale of penthouse 2A at the West 110th Street apartment building (pictured top).
It’s the most expensive condominium north of 86th street on the west side since 2010, and the highest price paid for a condominium in Harlem since 2008.
Penthouse 2A is a 2,271 s/f five bedroom, 4.5-bath home with a 550 s/f terrace that has a fireplace and overlooks Central Park. It was listed at $7,477,500.
“We are thrilled to hit a milestone of this caliber for Circa and the surrounding neighborhood,” said Diratz. “We are confident that with this sale being the most expensive closing in almost a decade, it will lead to an even greater increase in interest for the neighborhood.”
Developed by Artimus Construction and designed by FXFOWLE Architects, the recently completed 11-story, 38-unit building offers one- to five-bedroom apartments, many with private terraces, and views of Central Park, Morningside Park and New York City’s skyline.
Amenity spaces include a fitness center, resident lounge, landscaped courtyard, rooftop terrace, 24-hour doorman, and cold storage.

Upper East Side
520 E76th St. #3G
One bedroom apartment with fully renovated kitchen, foyer with large closet, living room and dining area. Kitchen has stainless steel LG double ovens, gas range, dishwasher, and GE refrigerator. Renovated marble bath. Building has a part-time doorman, live-in super, central laundry, bike room and private storage bins. It is pet friendly and has roof deck. Asking price: $625,000. CC: $1,506. Time on Market: 96 days. Agents: Seamus McCotter, Rutenberg NYC; Eileen Angelo, Brown Harris Stevens

Tudor City
320 E42nd St. #1904
Studio apartment in Woodstock Tower, a landmark, pre-war luxury doomar building. Located on a high floor, this unit has beamed ceilings, two large closets and a four-burner oven. It offers views of the East River, hardwood floors throughout. Utilities included in the maintenance. CC: $974.29. Asking Price: $339,000. Time on Market: 34 Weeks. Agents: Elliot Adler & Robert Bernstein, City Connections Realty; Compass.

240 Park Ave. South, #12C


Two bedroom, 2.5 bath condo with 10 ft. ceilings and oversized windows. Loft-like living room with hardwood floors and a separate dining area. Kitchen with stainless-steel appliance package, including wine fridge. Master suite with dressing room and Carrara marble bath. Smart lighting, home theatre and sound systems. Amenities include a full-time doorman, playroom and residents’ fitness center. Asking Price: $2,850,000. CC: $2,250. Days on the Market: 37 weeks. Agents: Elaine Tross, Halstead and Mike Schulte, Citi Habitats.

340 E23rd St. PH2F
Two bedroom, 2-bath penthouse condominium with high ceilings, two private balconies, floor-to-ceiling windows and dark oak wood floors throughout. Bath has limestone finishes and Duravit fixtures. Euro-style kitchen with Sub-Zero and Fisher-Paykel appliances. In-unit Bosch washer/dryer. The Gramercy Starck has a 24-hour doorman and fitness center, library, screening room, landscaped outdoor terrace and roof deck. Asking Price: $1,850,000. CC: $1,644. Days on the Market: 18 weeks. Agents: Sara Moose, Halstead; Brian Morgan, Citi Habitats.


Battery Park City
2 River Terrace #6K
One bedroom, 1-bath in Riverhouse Green. Open floor plan and floor-to-ceiling windows. David Rockwell-designed kitchen with Sub-Zero, Thermador and Miele appliances. King-size bedroom with walk-in closet and master bath with double sink vanity. Apartments have fresh filtered air and water. The full-service building is rated Gold by the LEED program. It has a 24-hour concierge, parking garage, salt-water lap pool, fitness center, bicycle storage, billiards area, interior courtyard and outdoor terrace, media cafe, and pet grooming area. Asking Price $1,375,000. CC: $1,278. Time on Market: 14 Days. Agent: Brian Cushman, Rutenberg NYC.


Fort Greene
174 Vanderbilt Ave. #213
Two bedroom, 2-bath condo at the Clermont Greene. Underground deeded parking, doorman, concierge, fitness center and refrigerated Fresh Direct storage. The home features hardwood flooring, open chef’s kitchen with granite countertops, and stainless steel Electrolux appliances. Bedrooms has walk-in California Closets. Central air, washer/dryer, extra storage. Asking price: $1,175,000. CC: $845. Time on market: Four weeks. Agents: Justin Dupree, Corcoran; Danny Nassi, Nest Seekers.

215 Parkville Ave. #4A
Fourth floor one bedroom, 2-bath unit with home office. French doors open to a balcony with space for al fresco dining. Modern open kitchen with stainless steel GE Profile appliances (including dishwasher), double sink, granite countertops, and breakfast bar. Master en suite bedroom. Second full bath with Jacuzzi tub. Hardwood floors throughout, custom closet organizers, central air, and Bosch washer/dryer. CC: $204. Asking Price: $595,000. Time on Market: 12 Weeks. Agents: Emily Cohen, The Corcoran Group; Yona Srour, City Connections Realty, Inc.

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