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Done Deals: This Week’s Residential Sales


Above it All in Asbury Park: Corcoran Sunshine’s Jodi Stasse, who’s been representing iStar’s New Jersey development Asbury Ocean Club Surfside Resort and Residences, has sold the new property’s first penthouse. At a $5 million asking and closing price, this is a record amount for the area.

Stasse, Corcoran Sunshine’s senior managing director of new developments, said the Asbury Park property has seven penthouses that have seen a high level of interest. The sold penthouse had been on the market just five weeks before it went into contract.

“The Penthouses at Asbury Ocean Club are a one-of-a-kind experience,” said Stasse. “That coupled with the oceanfront location, vibrancy of Asbury Park, amenities and services and proximity to NYC make this a great alternative to the Hamptons and we believe our penthouse purchaser experienced just that on his visit to our sale gallery.”

Asbury Ocean Club is a 17-story, 130-unit development designed by Anda Andrei that welcomed its first residents this summer. Amenities include a pool, a spa, gym, library, game room, children’s facilities, a concierge and a dog wash. The tower also houses a hotel on the fourth floor which opened July Fourth weekend and a restaurant is set to open onsite next year. One-bedrooms start at $900,000.

More done deals this week


Midtown West
17 West 54th Street, #9D
Views of the MOMA Sculpture Garden from every room of this one-bedroom home. The unit also has a den with a bay window and an entry foyer leading into the living room, which is outfitted with elegant bookcases and built-in cabinets.The bedroom has a renovated bath. There’s a customized galley kitchen with storage, herringbone floors and period details.

Built by famed modernist Wallace Harrison in 1936, The Rockefeller Apartments building has a full time doorman, laundry room and resident manager. Pied-a-terres are allowed, as well as pets and 50 percent financing.

Last asking price: $1,175,000. Time on market: 20 weeks. CC: $3,088. Tax deductibility: 53 percent. Listing Agent: Jeffrey Stockwell and Alan Shaker, Compass. Selling agent: Paul Bernstein, City Connections Realty.

Battery Park City
250 S. End Ave #5B
Apartment 5B is a bright and spacious one-bedroom, one and half-bath 830 s/f home. The 335 s/f living room features three large windows. The bedroom, with an en-suite bath, offers a wall of closets and a giant west-facing window. The kitchen has storage space and a breakfast bar that opens into the living room.


The building has a marble lobby, 24-hour concierge and a full-time manager. Outside in the back is a private planted sitting area with barbecues and waterfalls. There are two parking spots for delivery or short-term drop-offs for tenants.

Asking price: $725,000. CC: $1,425. Days on the market: 182. Seller’s agent: Jonathan Jossen, Triplemint.

69 Fifth Avenue, 9F


This gut-renovated, one bedroom, 1-bath is set on a high floor facing west over Fifth Avenue, one block from Union Square. With Brazilian cherry wood floors throughout, the living room has a windowed dining alcove that could be converted into a second bedroom. The kitchen is renovated with new appliances. The bathroom has Porcelanosa tiles, a soaking tub and Grohe fixtures. Six closets including three walk-ins.

Asking price: $1,295,000. CC: $2,015. Days on market: 99. Agents: Mary Hall Mayer of Warburg Realty and Catherine Mailloux Deane of Douglas Elliman.


Turtle Bay
309 East 49th Street, #2E
Two-bedroom, 2-bath corner condo featuring exposures to the south and east. It offers a split bedroom plan; master suite; stackable washer/dryer; deep soaking tub; and renovated kitchen (with birch cabinets, tile backsplash, under-cabinet lighting and high-end Miele dishwasher and Viking range and microwave). In addition to its seven closets the apartment comes with a private storage room in the basement (measuring about 5’x5’x7′).

The building offers a full-time doorman, concierge, resident manager, bicycle room, and private gym. It’s located on a tree-lined street near the United Nations. Investors and pets (with some restrictions) are welcome.

CC: $1,579.57. Real estate taxes: $1,176.82. Last asking price: $1,290,000. Time on market: 44 weeks. Seller’s agent: Alexis Gandelman, City Connections Realty.


Lower East Side
252 South Street, 23P
 Luxury one-bedroom, one-bath condo at the new One Manhattan Square tower. Living room features Oak hardwood flooring and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer expansive skyline views.  Open gourmet kitchen with breakfast bar and premium Miele appliance package.  Marble tile bath with radiant heat and custom vanity.  Building amenities include a 75’ swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, bowling alley, bar/lounge, pet spa and 70-person movie theater. 

Asking Price: $1,530,000.  CC: $829 per month. Days on the market: One. Listing Agent: Lenny Inzirillo, Extell Marketing Group.  Buyer’s agent:  Kevin Tsun, Citi Habitats.

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