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DONE DEALS: This week’s residential sales


Nicole Gary’s first Brooklyn deal couldnʼt have gone better.
The Keller Williams NYC agent listed unit 22J at 100 Jay Street with Julius Valino at $1.25 million. 15 days later, she sold the one bedroom, 1-bath condo for $1.25 million.


“Julius and I have been on a listing streak together over the last year, and this was by far the smoothest deal we have done,ˮ said Gary.
“The seller was motivated, but was firm on getting a specific number for his investment property. Luckily for her buyers, agent Elizabeth Pizzuli [Corcoran] understood the market and the high demand for this beautiful apartment.
“Her buyers are very happy with their new home, and our clients are off looking for their next investment.”
The 925 s/f offered “a ton of natural light cascading through floor to ceiling glass windows, views to Freedom Tower, and Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, gorgeous bathroom, washer/dryer and chef’s kitchen.ˮ

1831 Madison Ave. #6L
HDFC two bedroom, 2-bath south-facing home adjacent to Mt. Morris Park, near the 2/3 or 6 lines at 116th Street. Newly renovated kitchen and windowed bathroom. Living and dining room. Building offers a gym, live-in super, laundry room and 24-hour attended lobby. Courtyard garden tended by residents and a grill available for outdoor dining. Asking price: $625,000. Weeks on Market: 25 Weeks. CC: $763. Agents: Robert Kuhar, Douglas Elliman; Carole Armstrong, DJK Residential.


Upper East Side
300 E64th St. #12B
One-bedroom, 1-bath condo with floor-to-ceiling windows. Kitchen with Bosch appliances, Liebherr refrigerator and chrome fixtures by Grohe. Bath finished in Turkish Calacatta marble.Oak hardwood floors throughout. Building amenities include landscaped roof deck with grilling station and wet bar, residents’ lounge with library and media room, gym, fitness studio, and laundry lounge. Asking Price: $990,000. CC: $716. Days on the Market: 19 weeks. Agents: Kathy Murray, Douglas Elliman; Ana Weisberger, Citi Habitats.

Upper West Side
32 W82nd St. #9B
Pre-war home recently the beneficiary of a soup-to-nuts renovation by noted architect John Springer. Character and scale preserved and honored. Entry foyer unfolds into dining gallery which bridges the living room with two southerly windows with a custom cook’s kitchen with Basalt counters, Calacutta marble backsplash by Waterworks, a Kohler farm sink, a 6-burner Wolf range with vented hood. The bedroom wing has en suite master with custom closets, and guest bedroom with custom closets and windowed Waterworks bath with soaking tub. Pet-friendly building with live-in superintendent, laundry/bike/storage rooms. Asking price: $1,895,000. Time on market: 34 days. Agents: Brian Lewis, Halstead Property; Citi Habitats.


130 W17th St. #5S
Two-bedroom, 2-bath loft with southern and eastern exposures. Keyed elevator leads to a 18 by 25 ft. living room with library alcove and windowed home office. Kitchen with Boffi cabinetry, Gaggenau appliances and a vented range hood. Master bedroom includes three closets and en-suite bathroom.Bonus 10 by 14 ft. media room and full-sized washer/dryer. Asking Price: $1,875,000. CC: $2,019. Days on the Market: 8 weeks. Agents: Michael Rubin, CORE; Lise Lebeuf, Citi Habitats.

252 Seventh Ave. #11i
Corner three bedroom, 3-bath apartment in the Chelsea Mercantile. Entry foyer, high ceilings and oversized windows. master bedroom with walk-in closets and en-suite bath with two sinks, stall shower and tub. Storage room included in the sale. The Chelsea Mercantile is a full service, pet friendly, pre-war condo with a full-time doorman, concierge, live-in super, fitness center, landscaped roof deck, playroom, valet service and direct access to a garage. Whole Foods is located downstairs. CC: $1,429. Asking Price: $4,995,000. Time on the Market: 108 days. Agents: Linda Gertler, Corcoran Group; Marcy Grau, Stribling.


130 W19th St #4D
1,338 s/f condo in Chelsea House Condominium with a chef’s kitchen, living room, open office that can be converted to a second bedroom, a separate laundry room with a washer, dryer and shelving, and walnut flooring. Building offers a 24-hour doorman, roof deck with 360-degree panoramic views, a fitness room and children’s playroom. Asking price: $2,195,000. CC: $1,180. Agent: Yuri Lobachevsky, Charles Rutenberg.

Cobble Hill
220 Congress St. #4G
469 s/f alcove studio co-op in a Class A, elevator, post-war building with laundry, bike storage, storage, parking available. Renovated kitchen, hardwood floors, living quarters with two exposures and view onto Veranda Place. CC: $642. Asking price: $399,000. Four weeks on the market. Agents: Maryam Daghmoumi & Victoria Hagman, Realty Collective; Lauren Fernandes, Corcoran.

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