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Darien News-ReviewReal Estate Nestled In A Cul-De-Sac Near Downtown Darien

A custom-designed 2010 Colonial on Mansfield Place in Darien offers three floors and 5,000 square feet of new construction. Situated at the end of one of Darien’s most desirable cul-de-sacs off Mansfield Avenue, the home is minutes from the quaint downtown shopping district, trains and area schools. Built in 2010 for the current owners, the home features 9-foot ceilings throughout with a vaulted ceiling in the entrance hall. With three fireplaces, custom moldings, hardwood floors and radiant heated floors in each of the four full bathrooms, the house offers nearly every amenity for a 2015 buyer. The clapboard-sided Colonial features classic...
Darien News-Review - Monday, October 05, 2015

Greenwich TimeThe Evolution Of Mason Street In Greenwich

Greenwich Avenue — a congested one-way street known for luxury retail shops and pricey restaurants in a quaint downtown surrounded by residential neighborhoods — has for centuries been the primary business corridor in Greenwich, now also having railroad and highway proximity and a monopoly on prime real estate. But there’s a new kid in town: a street with less congestion, traffic in both directions and more affordable rents — at least for now. Mason Street, which runs parallel to Greenwich Avenue and is just a block away from the busy retail street, has become a go-to destination for boutique retail shops, financial institutions and developers who’ve noticed the...
Greenwich Time - Sunday, October 04, 2015

The Real DealMedian Price Of Manhattan Apartment Near 1 Million

The median price of a Manhattan apartment was nearly $1 million in the third quarter, according to market reports by realty firms. Corcoran Group reported that the median price in the July-September period was $999,000. Douglas Elliman Real Estate reported a median third-quarter price of $998,000. The inventory of Manhattan apartments listed for sale has been essentially flat since January, according to John Miller, president of appraisal firm Miller Samuel and the author of the Douglas Elliman market report. Miller told the New York Times that 5,654 Manhattan apartments are listed for sale, which is 20 percent fewer the average of 7,047...
The Real Deal - Sunday, October 04, 2015

New York TimesHomes For Sale In Brooklyn And Manhattan

Park Slope Condo • $1,299,000 • BROOKLYN • 153 Lincoln Place, #2A A two-bedroom two-bath corner unit with a vented washer and dryer and central air-conditioning in a 10-unit, self-managed 1887 building. Beth Kugel, Halstead (718) 930-9182; halstead.com. Open house Sunday, 1:30 to 3 p.m. COMMON CHARGES $457 a month; taxes: $374 a month PROS This second-floor unit has three exposures, a very large master bedroom with an en-suite bath, a spacious second bedroom and a recently renovated kitchen. CONS This is a walk-up building.
New York Times - Friday, October 02, 2015

The Real DealNew Condos See Rare Dip In Price Per Square Foot

There aren’t many bargains in Manhattan’s red-hot condominium market, where the average sales price hit $3.4 million this spring. But in what’s a pretty rare occurrence these days, the average price per square foot for new condo units dropped during the first half of the year, according to data provided to The Real Deal by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group. The firm said the average price for properties put into contract between January and June was $2,250 per foot, down from $2,303 per foot, the average price for all of 2014. While developers are not slashing prices for new condos across the board, the data reflects a new...
The Real Deal - Friday, October 02, 2015