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Considering that this property traded for $1.6mm one month before the Lehman crisis, is there any way that the seller will come close to this $2.4mm ask? Though the building and location seem great and the apartment looks like it's been staged well, it seems a bit rich. I don't think that the odd wall between the DR and front hall is helping either.
This reconfigured layout makes this basically a glorified one bedroom rather than the two bedroom that was originally envisioned. (See the floorplan for 10B) Where does this end up trading? What are the value of the renovations?
1.4million bid... The should be happy... Crazy price for this apt.
Not feeling the love on this one.
1700 square feet if being generous, 2.0x maintenance to square feet, a lot of square footage wasted in that elongated entryway.
3 different styles in various rooms in the design.
Block has fire station.
3rd floor- west exposure to the brick wall of the Armory and possibly the ugly Hunter College building.
Nothing interesting in the public school zone.
Give it pluses for the storage and the ceilings, but doubting this should sell above $1.8m.
Shine this turd all you want...1.6 was a cracker head price, dump 1.5 to 2 into paint and stainless and some how muster the chutzpah to ask over 2M?
Give me a break...
What are comparable sales?
One might be #3A in the almost-twin building next door: http://streeteasy.com/nyc/sale/638025-coop-131-east-66th-street-lenox-hill-new-york
That closed for $1,225,000 a few months ago.
Both used to be the upper floors of duplexes, with big interior dining areas where stair halls and closets used to be.
If this one could be recombined with 2B, it'd add a million or so to the uncombined values.