Brooklyn | August 2021

According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Brooklyn in the month of August was $785,000. This price represents a 12.14% increase from last year’s median price of $700,000. The number of sales during this period increased dramatically, climbing from 276 to 642, a year-over-year increase of 133%. What does $785K get you in Brooklyn?  Let’s take a look.  Apartment 11 at 68 Stratford Road in Prospect ...

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The Landmark at Strong, 58 Strong Place

One could easily walk past the stunning historic church at the corner of DeGraw Street and Strong Street and decide that an afternoon mass was in order.  Just out of curiosity, you would want to see what beauty lies behind the walls of this Gothic Revival structure.  But there would be no entry and certainly no mass to join.  For the church is now a condo. Located amidst the Cobble Hill ...

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Windows Over Tribeca – 408 Greenwich Street, Penthouse

Over time we’ve seen a lot of fabulous lofts, but this Tribeca residence, with its combination of indoor and outdoor living, undoubtedly ascends toward the top of our list.  The designer penthouse offers 5,722 square feet across two full floors (4,222 interior square feet) and a private roof deck (1,500 exterior square feet).  If this apartment is missing anything, we couldn’t find it.  And thus, another edition of our “Apartments ...

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Manhattan | July 2021

According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Manhattan in the month of July was $1,195,000. This price represents a 12.1% increase from last year’s median price of $1,050,000. Not surprisingly, the number of sales increased 107.3%, climbing from 655 to 1,358.  What exactly does $1.195 million get you in Manhattan? Let’s take a look.  Apartment 21-E at Gramercy Park Towers at 205 Third Avenue is a ...

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151 Wooster Street, Apt 4B/5B

“Out of the Box” is a term often used when people dream about their renovation process.  But at some point during the process, budget constraints and potential resale value questions force a change of heart. Not here, however.  Few apartments are as eye-popping as 4B/5B at 151 Wooster Street.  Designed by world renowned designer Ken Fulk, this palatial loft spans 6,014 square feet, not an inch of which should be missed.  ...

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