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Habitat Magazine Insider Guide




This section that helps you gauge the real-world selling prices of co-ops and condos in in the New York City  area. Use this sampling of recent sales to get a picture of what's available in your preferred locale and price range.

January 2019

100 West 89th Street, No. 2A
Upper West Side
The Ask:  $1,495,000
The Get: $1,452,000
The Wait: 2 months
Monthly RE Taxes: $1,191
Common Charges: $1,303
2BR/2B condo. The large kitchen opens to the living/dining room facing west, with open views over the furnished and planted outdoor terrace. Both bedrooms face south and also have views of the terrace.
The spacious layout includes a home office/den that provides another work/play space. Plenty of closet space, including a walk-in closet in master BR and a very large storage space off the entry. A lovely bookcase with cabinets is built into the hallway leading to the bedrooms. Also off this hallway is the washer and dryer and a service entrance to the apartment. Building includes: full-time doorman; first-floor planted and furnished terrace; eighth floor roof terrace, also planted and furnished; a fully equipped health club, a playroom for youngsters, and a lounge area with ping pong table, plus a garage. Pets are welcome.


February 2019

90 North 5th Street, No. 4B
Williamsburg, Brooklyn
The Ask: $1.1 million
The Get: $1.135 million
The Wait: 22 days
RE Taxes: $41/mo.
Common Charges: $459/mo
2BR/2B condo. Unit is located just one minute from the Bedford L stop, two blocks from the Domino Green Space and the East River waterfront, and a short distance to McCarren Park. Northern exposure that flows into lofty living space through floor-to-ceiling windows. Common Charges: $459/mo. RE Taxes: $41/mo.
Listing agent: Shii Ann Huang, Compass
Buyer's agent: Brad Bateman, Stribling

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March 2019

250 Mercer Street, Apt. B-1401
Greenwich Village
The Ask: $1,345,000
The Get: $1,325,000
The Wait: 21 weeks
Maintenance: $2,437
1BR/1B co-op. This prewar building has 14-foot ceilings, double-height windows, updated kitchen and bathroom, ample closet space, and an office/guest room. The building is pet-friendly.
Co-purchasing, guarantors, pied-à-terres are allowed; can be sublet after two years of residency.
Listing agent: Cathy Lempert of Douglas Elliman
Buyer’s agents: Nathaniel and Carole Armstrong of DJK Residential

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