Real Estate Weekly
Image default

DONE DEALS: The week in residential sales

Doing his homework paid off for Level Group agent Douglas Yerman.
When a friend asked him to list her late auntʼs one bedroom in the South Bridge Towers on Pearl Street (pictured top), he immediately set about researching prices at the former Mitchell-Lama complex, which only went co-op last year.


Yerman quickly realized that the co-opʼs original suggested selling prices were rising as soon as units hit the market, so he went live with an ask just under the average $680,000.
The move paid off when he closed in a matter of days at his $675,000 ask. The seller didnʼt accept the highest of three offers but instead went with a young woman starting out in the banking business.
“The seller was looking for someone who really wanted the apartment and that her aunt would have been happy with,ˮ said Yerman.
“Giving up the apartment was difficult for her considering her history visiting her aunt there for 30 years. But it was bought by the right person who can start her own history there.ˮ


Grand Concourse
860 Grand Concourse #7H
Art-Deco pre-war two-bedroom apartment in a landmarked co-operative building in the heart of the Yankee Stadium corridor. The apartment features two king-sized bedrooms, entry foyer, great room and eat-in-kitchen with pantry. This corner, top floor, apartment has high ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, six closets. Asking Price: $320,000. CC: $947.05. Time on Market: 20 days. Agents: Rosia Remy, Level Group, Inc; Ariella Heilman, Halstead Property.

Hamilton Heights
221 W148th St. #4A
One-bedroom, 1-bath condo with oak hardwood floors and double sliding doors that lead to two Juliet balconies. Open kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel GE Profile appliances and rolling island. King-sized bedroom with views of adjacent community garden. Modern bath with soaking tub and Carrara marble vanity. Located in the Alameda, a 10-unit boutique building with central laundry and roof deck. 421-a tax abatement. Asking Price: $565,000. CC: $488. Days on the Market: 4 weeks. Agents: Kelly & Paul Cole, Corcoran; Chyann Sapp, Citi Habitats.

Washington Heights
160 Wadsworth Ave. #306
Gut renovated two-bedroom, 1-bath condo with exposed brick accent walls in hallway and living room. State-of-the-art kitchen with stainless steel appliances, stone countertops, mosaic tile backsplash and pendant lighting. Ultra-modern bath with marble tile and glass enclosed shower. Hardwood floors and recessed lighting throughout. In-unit Bosch washer/dryer and generous closet space. On-site super. Asking Price: $579,000. CC: $406. Days on the Market: 5 weeks. Agents: Royce Cara Berler, Citi Habitats; Iris Walls, Halstead.

Upper West Side
30 W85th Street
Built in the late 1880’s by local New York architect C. Steinmetz, this 21 ft. wide renovated Neo-Grecian style brownstone has over 9,800 s/f of living space across six floors. Restored with contemporary comforts and classic accents throughout. Seven bedrooms and 7.5-baths. Elevator servicing all levels, including the fully finished basement and roof terrace. Multiple outdoor areas include a planted roof deck with Jacuzzi. Three-story rear extension. Radiant heat floors throughout. Time on the Market: 975 days. Asking price: $20,000,000. Agents: Douglas J. Albert & Brian G. Rice, Corcoran; Rachel Melniker, Corcoran.

Upper East Side
1025 Fifth Ave. #8FS


Move-in ready 3.5 room one bedroom home with formal entry gallery, two full baths, and nine windows with views of the building’s gardens. The living room has space for a home office as well as a corner dining area surrounded by windows and adjacent to the kitchen. Master bedroom has renovated en-suite bath. Closets, storage and custom lighting throughout. Washer/dryer. Time on the Market: 341 days. CC: $2,549. Agents: Michael Johnson & Hayim Nommaz, Corcoran; Celeste Harwell, Core.

Murray Hill
250 E40th St. #34A
High floor, renovated one bedroom with a balcony. Hardwood floors, chef’s kitchen with granite counter tops. Windowed marble bath. Detailed moldings. The Highpoint is a full-service luxury building with a 24-hour concierge and doorman, health club with a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, laundry, bicycle room and a common storage. Asking Price: $900,000. CC: $743. Time on Market: 19 Days. Agents: Liya Beaujean, Charles Rutenberg LLC; Ben Ganama, Corcoran Group.

15 Williams St. #42C
832 s/f one bedroom, 1-bath luxury home with river and city views, 9 ft. ceiling heights and Burmese Teak flooring throughout. Master bedroom with walk-in closet, master bath and Toto Carolina water closet enclosure. Kitchen has stainless steel cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops and Liebherr refrigerator and garbage disposal. Designed by hotelier Andre Balazs, 15 William Street offers residents 5-star hotel inspired luxuries including concierge, roof deck lounge with catering kitchen, indoor and outdoor health club. Tenant in place. Asking Price $1,325,000. CC: $803. Time on Market: 126 days. Agents: Grace Levin, Charles Rutenberg LLC; Sahar Ziv, Douglas Elliman.

Related posts

Denholtz Properties Acquires 214-Unit, Luxury Community in Hudson County, N.J.


Pacific Urban Investors Expands Southern California Portfolio with Acquisition of La ScalaStrengthening Presence in Highly Desirable San Diego Submarket


KeyBank Secures $20.3 Million of Financing for Multifamily Housing Property in Anchorage, AK.