This Week’s Price Chop – 54 Pine Street, 3

This latest edition of Price Chop showcases a full-floor loft in the heart of the Financial District.   Apartment 3 at 54 Pine Street is a fully renovated two bedroom, two bath condo with turn-of-the-century architectural details.  The current ask of $1.75 million represents an 14% drop from the original price of $1.995 million.  At 1,658 square feet, the price per square foot is $1,055.  The property has been on the market ...

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This Week’s Price Chop – 49 Chambers St, 12-A

This latest edition of Price Chop introduces us to a sponsor apartment in a historic Beaux Arts building across from the Tweed Courthouse on the fringe of Tribeca.   Boss Tweed himself might even find this a deal to his liking.   Apartment 12-A at 49 Chambers Street is a generously sized corner two-bedroom, two bath residence with a large welcoming foyer.  The 1,824 square foot residence enjoys open south facing views ...

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Prime Fifth For Art Lovers, 1025 Fifth Avenue, Apt 10-FS

No area of the city is immune from the Price Chop tomahawk.  And this week we find ourselves on Fifth Avenue across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  If you ever fantasized about living along Museum Mile, this might just be the opportunity.   This very spacious one bedroom at 1025 Fifth Avenue may need some upgrading but the new price, $1,195,000 is pretty tough to beat for a full service Fifth ...

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This Week’s Price Chop – 9 East 97th St, Apt 5D

Live in Carnegie Hill in a charming six-story turn-of-century architectural gem.  This oversized Junior-1 has all the details to make this a special full-time home or pied-a-terre.  Located just a half block from Central Park amidst Museum Mile, 9 East 97th Street offers a touch of the past in an enviable location. Hortense Court, so reads the engraved name above the entrance, is a six-story Italianate apartment building with an elaborate ...

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This Week’s Price Chop – Hotel des Artistes, Apt 401/402

The Hotel des Artistes is one of those New York buildings that synonymously carries a certain level of intrigue along with the mere mention of its name.  Its prime Upper West Side location, just off Central Park at 67th Street, gives it a cache that has attracted the rich, the famous and the eclectic over the years. Paint with the likes of Leroy Neiman and Norman Rockwell, talk politics with Mayor ...

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