Manhattan | April 2022

According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Manhattan in the month of April 2022 was $1,270,000. The price represents an increase of 10.4% from last year’s median price of $1,150,000. The number of sales increased from 953 to 1,139 representing a year-over-year increase of almost 20%. What exactly does $1.270 million get you in Manhattan?  Let’s take a closer look. Apartment 5-B at 420 Central Park ...

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This Week’s Price Chop – 300 Central Park West, Apartment 9B

The latest edition of Price Chop looks at a generously sized residence with a classic floorplan in the iconic Eldorado.  Apartment 9B at 300 Central Park West is a seven room residence with 3 bedrooms and four full 4 baths.  The current asking price of $2,995,000 represents a 20.1% drop from the original price of $3,750,000. The property was introduced to the market in July. It’s in need of a renovation. The ...

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Manhattan Studios Under $600K

Over the past few weeks, we have noticed a rush of studio apartments to hit the Manhattan market.  So we decided to take a look and came up with our six favorite studios for less than $600K.  Each home (or pieds-a-terre) offers something special; we doubt if any of them will be available for too long. Chelsea, 250 West 15th Street, Apt. 6-E Fully furnished and ready to go.   This recently ...

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205 West 89th Street, 6-RS

Think Creamsicle.  Yes, the summer popsicle that combines an orange sherbert outer shell with a vanilla ice cream inner core.  Imagine it melting over your fingers as you walk into this whimsical living room awash in bright orange paint.  The ceiling beams, painted in a contrasting white, criss-cross the room and clones the look of this Good Humor favorite.  This exquisite designer home plays much like a performance piece as you ...

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Uptown Conversion offers a unique multi-level home – 329 W 108th St, Apt 5C

The Cloisters at 329 West 108th Street is a boutique co-op carved out of two adjoining turn-of-century mansions just off Riverside Drive.  The landmarked six-story beaux arts structure was converted to co-operative ownership in 1984 and today consists of just 19 residences, many of them combination units. The building’s exterior is flush with details from a bygone era.  An ornate limestone base, bay windows and elaborate architectural detailing contribute to make ...

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