Archive for the ‘New York’ Category

Big Ticket | A Trade-Up With Views for $24 Million

Source: The New York Times A seven-room condominium at 15 Central Park West, the limestone fortress renowned for its sybaritic amenities, prewar grace notes and boldface clientele, sold for $24 million and was the most expensive sale of the week, according to city records. Read full story

Savanna Closes $65M Sale of Penn Station Site

Source: Commercial Observer Savanna Properties has sold off a development site at 415 Eighth Avenue for $65 million, and the new owner is slated to turn it into a residential building with a “significant retail component,” said Robert Knakal of Massey Knakal Realty Services, the lone broker in the deal. Read full story

Home sales in Brooklyn plunge: PropertyShark

Source: The Real Deal The hot Brooklyn residential market abruptly slammed on the brakes last month, with both the dollar volume and number of sales declining sharply, new data from PropertyShark shows. The total dollar volume of residential cooperative, condominium and one- and two-family sales recorded in Brooklyn last month fell to $242.7 million, which [...]

Soho penthouse condo at 53 Greene asks $14M

Source: The Real Deal The penthouse at the newly converted Soho condominium building, 53 Greene, hit the market for $14.1 million, according to the developer. Three of the apartments have entered into contract since Brown Harris Stevens Select launched sales at the site in October. The 3,510-square-foot penthouse features a 2,067-square-foot private rooftop lounge and [...]

East Village Walk-Up on the Market for $6.7M

Source: Commercial Observer Eastern Consolidated is marketing a 6,486-square-foot walk-up building at 234 East 7th Street in the East Village, Commercial Observer has learned. The asking price for the property is $6.7 million. Located off of Avenue C, the five-story building boasts 20 apartment units, half of which are rent stabilized. There are currently five [...]