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what am i missing here? great central village location, great biulding, apartment looks good, balcony. big price chop
what the hell is your point? they lowered the price because no one bought it.
I used to live two blocks south and my dentist was on that block. I just didnt like how it had New School buildings there but it does have otherwise some good arthitecture
is this a joke? my dentist was there?
There are no medical offices in the Butterfield.
views are not great, a lot of apts face the interior courtyard. when you look at the other apartment balconies, varied mix of how they are treated (some covered, some not, i recall one that was screened with bamboo-like material)
aesthetically very dated - lobby feels like you've stepped back in time. not maintained as well as it could be.
Gee, I wonder why the mtc isn't listed anywhere? Do you think it's because it's zero or because it's $2,317? When will brokers learn that trying to hide something only makes people more worried about it when they find out and wonder why it needed to be hidden?
Its also interesting that every other unit for sale in this building requires 50% down but this listing strangely doesn't mention that. Anybody in the market for a 2 BR got $825k sitting around?
I guess they like fielding inquiries from punters who can't prequalify themselves.
I think this building has a very high % down.
This particular apartment isn't the best line and doesn't have a great view.
I don't think if it is $2317 of maintenance that its too much given the size.
oh, yeah, 50% down, thanks malthus.
Well people do have $825 sitting around if they are selling another apartment they currently live in.
"There are no medical offices in the Butterfield. "
What's this then? Look at the floorplan.
Will any of these coop boards start to lower their financial requirements, half down?
like maybe 40% of $1.65million is better for the coop than 50% of $1.32million.
the apt is only around 1300 sq ft. Should only go for $1000 per sq ft. $1.3mm.
"Will any of these coop boards start to lower their financial requirements, half down?"
There's no way of knowing, but it isn't unprecedented. Stewart House, a few blocks away, went from 100% cash to 50% cash to 40% cash.
Looks like this one is back on the market again. Anyone know why? What do you think it is worth now?