Full Service Comforts in Sutton Place, Plaza 400

400 East 56th Street, also known as Plaza 400, is a simple post-war white brick building that sits amidst the tranquility of Sutton Place.  While this utilitarian tower may not have the glitz that today's new towers may radiate, there is value and grace behind these walls. A full service experience, hearty sized apartments, low monthly charges and a great Midtown location make this Sutton Place co-op a value proposition worth ...

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235 East 11th Street, Penthouse

Spend a few moments inside the great room of this fabulous penthouse loft and you’ll feel like you’ve been whisked back in time to a 19th century artist's garret or perhaps a Spanish villa. It’s rich in architectural details and has a rustic old-world charm that fills the soul. Over the past few years, we have praised many singular rooms, each one worthy of our fondest accolades.  But this particular great ...

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Manhattan | October 2021

According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Manhattan in the month of September was $1.1 million. This price represents a 12.24% increase from last year’s median price of $980,000. The number of sales climbed from 678 to 1,254, representing a year-over-year increase 84.96%. So, what exactly does $1.1 million get you in Manhattan? Let’s take a look. Apartment 8-B at 139 East 63rd Street is a ...

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This Week’s Price Chop – 57 Laight Street, Apt 4

The latest edition of Price Chop looks at a spectacular floor-through apartment in prime Tribeca. Apartment 4 at 57 Laight Street is a six room, full-floor loft residence with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths.  The current price for the Tribeca co-op is $2,850,000, an 18.6% drop from the original ask of $3,500,000. The property was introduced to the market in September 2021. 57 Laight Street is a turn-of-the century six-story loft building ...

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A Piece of History for Sale in Soho, 16 Greene Street, 4-S

It’s not every day that we get to write about a loft apartment in an actual flux house (aka Fluxhouse Cooperative). Rich in New York City history and full of architectural detail, these abandoned manufacturing spaces were converted to live-work studios for artists in the 1960’s and eventually played a pivotal role in revitalizing Soho. Apartment 4-S at 16 Greene Street is an exquisite floor-through loft and it’s cast as the ...

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