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Spuyten Duyvil $304,339 2500 Johnson Avenue, Bronx 1 bedrrom 1 bathroom 12 weeks on the market 950-sq.-ft. postwar co-op; 24-hr. doormen, concierge, dining area, granite counters, stainless-steel appliances, wine refrigerator, renovated bath, h/w floors, office; maintenance $1,135, 50% tax deductible; listed at $320,000. Broker: Rachel Vannucci and Maria-stella Fountoulakis
New York Times - Monday, May 20, 2013
The priciest home to hit the Manhattan market this week is, in fact, the most expensive for sale by owner listing in New York City apartment history, as The Real Deal reported yesterday. Long Island developer Steven Klar relisted his triplex CitySpire penthouse at 150 West 56th Street for $100 million — the same asking price it had last year when it came on the market with Douglas Elliman. The condominium unit measures 8,000 square feet, and has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Amenities include a private elevator, wine cellar and panoramic views. The next priciest listing is also a former Elliman property that was taken off the market....
The Real Deal - Monday, May 20, 2013
The brick rowhouse at 44 Monroe Street that was asking $1,650,000 — and whose interior was made over by its architect owner with an urban rustic vibe – has entered contract, as a commenter in the Forum pointed out yesterday. You can still see the photos on Streeteasy. When it was a House of the Day back in July, we said, ”Overall, looks like a nice effort. The bigger question in our minds is whether a three-story house (and one with relatively modest proportions, at that) in this location can command a price of $1,650,000...
Brownstoner - Friday, May 17, 2013
As waterfront homeowners in western Long Island ponder how high to raise their homes to protect against storm surges, in the Hamptons the question is: How high will summer rents go?
At the very top are places like The Sandcastle, a 12-bedroom, 26,500-square-foot mansion in Bridgehampton. It has a baseball diamond, sunken tennis court, bowling alley, gym and spa, indoor mini basketball court, outdoor pool, three kitchens, six fireplaces, a rock-climbing wall and staff quarters for those who keep the 11.5-acre property in shape. If that's not enough room, there's also a guesthouse."It would be hard to imagine another bell or whistle,"said Gene Stilwell, a broker at...
Newsday Real Estate - Friday, May 17, 2013
This is a converted brick firehouse with a 1,500-square-foot first floor and two one-bedroom duplex units. Property Plus: The home includes the original firehouse garage. Property Minus: The backyard could use landscaping. Listing Agent: Sharon Shahinian of Halstead, 201-478-6730
Wall Street Journal - Friday, May 17, 2013