Manhattan | March 2022

According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Manhattan in the month of March was $1,125,000. The price represents an increase of 4.6% from last year’s median price of $1,076,000. The number of sales increased from 966 to 1,237 representing a year-over-year increase of 28%. Linecity pulled the monthly sale numbers for March from city data sources on April 15th.  Due to the lag in city ...

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Sophisticated Grace in Greenwich Village – 160 West 12th Street, Apt. 51

Clean lines and elegant design elevate this finely crafted village apartment to another level of adulation.  Everything seems to have its perfect place within the walls of this gracious two-bedroom residence. Excess has taken a backseat to purpose.  And with this vision, we elevate Apartment 51 at 160 West 12th Street as the latest edition of our “Apartments We Love” series.   160 West 12th Street sits at the corner of West ...

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22 Leroy Street. Apt. 21

Talk about cozy.  This devine living room in the West Village is a safe haven for anyone that wants to ease into their couch at day’s end.   This edition of our “One Room” series takes us to 22 Leroy Street, a six-story walkup that dates back to the turn-of-the-century.  As a matter of course, One Room isn’t always about the biggest or most glamorous residence.  Rather it’s about a single room ...

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Tailored for Loft Loving – 111 Fourth Avenue, Manhattan

Who doesn’t love a great conversion of a historical building.  Add to that an unbelievable Greenwich Village location just two blocks south of Union Square and we’re glad to say that 111 Fourth Avenue has made our list of “Buildings We Love.” Built originally as the New York headquarters for the International Tailoring Company (thus the building name), this 13-story loft building stands prominently on the southeast corner of East 12th ...

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A Symphony of Modern Design – 62 Cooper Square, PH-52

Lavish living takes a backseat to this modern penthouse duplex just off Astor Place at the nexus of Noho and the East Village. The historic Carl Fischer Building, at 62 Cooper Street, is a blocky twelve-story building across from Cooper Triangle just north of the Cooper Union Foundation Building.  Named after the Carl Fischer Music Company, the building served as the destination spot for musicians and composers in need of sheet ...

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