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DONE DEALS: Sacks and the city

“When you find your client the perfect home, it pays to act fast,” says Citi Habitats agent Andrew Sacks.

Sacks just closed on a one-bedroom, 1-bath co-op at 55 East 9th Street in the Village for his Aussie client.

They were among the first people to view the property, but the first open house was scheduled for later in the week.

Andrew Sacks
Andrew Sacks

“We knew immediately this was a well-priced apartment that met all of his needs,” reports Sacks.
“I hate playing games, so I got the seller’s broker on the phone and told her if she cancelled the open house we are prepared to come in with an all-cash, full price offer.”

Broker Augusta Kaiser, of Engelman & Co., agreed and Sacks’ client is now a happy New York homeowner.

“Sometimes, a buyer’s circumstances may not be ideal for most co-op boards,” says Sacks. “But clients come to me with their challenges and its my job to not only solve them, but to exceed their expectations.”


303 W146th St. #6R
Open kitchen with GE stainless steel appliances, white lacquer custom cabinetry. Bathrooms with traditionally-styled subway tiles and Kohler fixtures. Living room boast with bamboo hardwood floors and oversized windows. Sugar Ridge is a 14-unit building with two units per floor.It has a video intercom, shared garden and central laundry room. CC: $585. Asking Price: $535,000. Time on Market: 81 Days. Agents: Samantha Behringer, Douglas Elliman Real Estate; Wendi Bergamnin, Rutenberg.

240 E76th St. #11A
Condop studio with corner windows, open floorplan with separate zones for dining, living and sleeping. Four closets, dressing area, renovated bathroom and kitchen with new stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher. The Eastmore has a full-time doorman, garage, landscaped roofdeck, bike storage, laundry. CC: $ 827. ASking price: $517,500. TIme on market: 6 weeks. Agents: Joan Kagan & Victoria Woolley Parry, Keller Williams NYC; Joshua Garay.

Midtown East
321 E54th St. #2J,
Studio apartment with separate windowed kitchen, windowed bath, great closet space, hardwood floors and entry foyer. Live-in super and part-time doorman, laundry, bike storage and common roof deck. CC: $736. Asking Price: $295,000. Time on Market: 6 Weeks. Agents: Holly Sose & Laurie Klugman, City Connections Realty, Inc.

217 W14th St. #2F,
Two bedroom, 2-bath 860 s/f loft condo with floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed brick, and hardwood flooring. Ceiling fans, recessed dimmable L.E.D. lighting system, fireplace, zoned central heat and air, Bosch washer / dryer. Chef’s kitchen with quartz counter tops and 10 ft. by 44 ins. island with built-in wine cooler. Marble baths with skylight windows and radiant heated floors. CC: $426.14. Asking Price: $1,795,000. Time on Market: 20 Weeks. Agents: Thomas Beczynski, City Connections Realty (pictured); Ibrehem Rahman, Town Residential.

101 West 24th St. #4B
One bedroom 1-bath at the Chelsea Stratus. 11 ft. 6 ins. ceilings, open chef’s kitchen with GE Monogram refrigerator, Fisher & Paykel DCS cook top, oven and double-drawer dishwasher. Limestone master bath, yellow birch floors, two-zoned central A/C, washer/dryer. 24-hour doorman, fitness center, basketball court, entertainment lounge, billiards room, garden, valet services and roof deck. CC: $658. Asking Price: $1,595,000. Time on Market: 183 Days. Agents: Bruce Ehrmann, Andrew Anderson, Douglas Elliman; Sonia Rehani, Rutenberg.

415 Greenwich St. #5A
Three bedroom, 3-bath home with open floor plan, 12 ft. 6 ins. ceilings, bamboo floors. Entry gallery, Great Room, remote controlled lighting and sound system. Eat-in kitchen with a central island. Master suite with Molteni wall-to-wall built-ins and walk-in-closet. Washer/dryer. Full service condo with attended parking, fitness center, bicycle and storage rooms, playroom, 24 hour concierge, manager, rooftop lounge, deck and two atrium lobby courtyards, designed by Thomas Balsey. Time on market: 4 months. Asking Price: $5,375,000. Agents: Fern Hamberger (pictured) & Wendy Kantor, Town; Robert Gross, Douglas Elliman.

15 Broad St. #830
1,485 s/f loft with two home offices/interior bedrooms and flexible layout. Two full bathrooms upgraded with custom cabinetry and lighting. High ceilings, hardwood flooring, custom outfitted wardrobe closet with sliding glass doors, lighting upgrades, custom storage, laundry closet with new Bosch washer and dryer. CC: $1,267. Asking Price: $1,575,000. Time on Market: 24 Weeks. Agents: Corey Wecler & Ray Asis, City Connections Realty, Inc.

90 Gold St. #26H
Contemporary one bedroom, 1-bath 687 s/f co-op on high floor with Brooklyn Bridge views. Low maintenance includes electric, heat, taxes and hot water for $630. Private deck. Park in front of building. Indoor Garage, 24-hour security, storage rooms. CC: $630. Asking Price: $720,000. Time on Market: 46 Days. Agents: Jason Hernandez, Rutenberg; Anna Milat-Meyer, Halstead Brooklyn

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