Certain listings do especially well on StreetEasy, racking up saves from our users and often getting featured here on One Block Over. But how do they do on the market? Here, we look at the closing prices of some recent popular listings. This roundup is unscientific — many other recent faves are in contract, or still available. But it shows that NYC sellers with attractive properties at fair prices can still see closings above ask, even in a struggling market.

Check ’em out below, and search for more NYC homes for sale on StreetEasy.

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69 Fifth Ave. 6C/7C

Listing Price: $849,900

Closing Price: $849,900 on 4/4/2019

Days on Market: 142

StreetEasy Saves: 1,100

This 1-bedroom Flatiron duplex lingered on the market, despite ranking as one of the most popular Manhattan apartments on StreetEasy in 2018. Ultimately, it went for exactly asking price.


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160 Lincoln Place #1B/C

Listing Price: $1.3 million

Closing Price: $1.4 million on 2/11/19

Days on Market: 46

StreetEasy Saves: 922

Users went gaga over this cottagelike 3-bed, 2-bath in Park Slope — who could blame them? — so of course the buyer who nabbed it paid $100,000 above asking.

Park Slope 1-3BRs Under $1 Million Article continues below

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233 Park Place #38

Listing Price: $675,000

Closing Price: $698,704 on 4/1/19

Days on Market: 23

StreetEasy Saves: 403

This Prospect Heights 2-bedroom struck us as an ideal NYC starter apartment at asking price, and it still does at the 3.5% premium it closed for.


71 Barrow St. #2

Listing Price: $825,000

Closing Price: $861,439 on 4/11/19

Days on Market: 13

StreetEasy Saves: 138

Even in a down market, it’s not too surprising that a stylish brownstone 1-bedroom with a sleek renovation in the West Village commanded a 4.4% premium over asking.


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274 St. Johns Place #2C

Listing Price: $795,000

Closing Price: $833,300 on 3/7/19

Days on Market: 17

StreetEasy Saves: 379

Another close-to-perfect Prospect Heights 2-bedroom — this one in a great location just off Grand Army Plaza — went for almost 5 percent above ask. We bet it was the custom kitchen that did it.

Manhattan 1-2BRs Under $1 Million Article continues below

Inspired to find your next home in New York? Check out the latest most popular listings on One Block Over, and search StreetEasy for sales all across NYC.