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Off the Market

Chelsea, Manhattan
264 West 22nd Street, No. 7

1BR/1B co-op. The apartment has a spacious living room. With prewar details throughout, high ceilings, and original hardwood floors, the unit features a decorative fireplace as its centerpiece. The 500-square-foot residence is on the second floor of a prewar walk-up building near such neighborhood conveniences as Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, and the High Line. The bedroom fits a full-size bed and includes custom shelves along with a double-wide closet. The building is pet-friendly. Mtc: $894
THE ASK: $500,000

THE GET: $503,500

THE WAIT: 7 weeks

Listing Agent and company: John Kyratzis, Ariel Dagan, and Daniel Karp, Keller Williams NYC
Buyer’s Agent and company: Joshua Heyer, Triplemint

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