When an affordable 2-bedroom in the West Village hits the market, New Yorkers take note. This $745,000 co-op on West 10th Street is asking $2M below the neighborhood median. And after 11 days on the market, more than 450 StreetEasy users have saved it. Georgine Paulin of Compass represents the listing.
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This month there were two 2-bedrooms on West 10th Street on the most popular shortlist. This one comes with a whole lot more bells and whistles than the listing above: in-unit laundry, a gas fireplace and wraparound corner views. While it’s substantially more expensive, it’s still much less than the neighborhood median asking price. This listing is represented by Sabrina Saltiel and Ryan Zeiger of Douglas Elliman.
How about a peek inside one more West Village apartment? Although this one is not on West 10th Street, it’s pretty special. It comes with barrel-vaulted ceilings, a stylish renovation and a gorgeous private balcony. At $995,000, it’s listed just below median for a 1-bedroom in the West Village. David Palmieri and Nathaniel Faust of Citi Habitats are the listing agents.
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Here’s a wildly inexpensive 1-bedroom co-op in Midtown. The listing is in good shape, but it is located in a land-lease building, which means the monthly maintenance is significantly higher than it would be otherwise. The building’s expiration and renewal are expected in about 10 years. Joelle Pergolotti of Pergolotti Realty represents the listing.