This remodeled corner unit in a Riverside Drive prewar co-op offers direct views of the Hudson River and Riverside Park from its open floor plan. It’s also priced under the $1.795 million median asking price for Upper West Side 2-bedrooms. The $2,110 maintenance fee gets a little bit more pricey with a $141 special assessment through 2023. Bill Roche at Brown Harris Stevens is the listing agent.
Floor-to-ceiling windows provide tremendous views of the Williamsburg Bridge from this 1-bedroom corner unit set in a 2005 boutique condo building. Better yet, the Dunham will retain tax-abated status through 2032. That means the $500 monthlies for this apartment will remain below the market average for another 12 years. The building offers a shared roof terrace, which is right down the hall from this unit. Taylor Schultz is the seller’s agent for this popular listing.
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There are two ways to assess the $2.5 million price for this prime Park Slope townhouse since it can be restored to a single-family residence or continue as a two-family. An owner’s duplex with cellar and backyard is topped by an impressive third floor, 1-bedroom apartment that commands considerable monthly rental income, which could defray the cost of a mortgage or generate cash flow. The Gavin Doyle Team at Compass is the seller’s agent.
Here is a textbook example of the perfect Upper West Side apartment, set on Central Park in a prewar co-op with low monthlies. At $650K, this charming apartment is well under the $877K median for a 1-bedroom in the neighborhood, so it’s little wonder this listing from Chris Toland at Compass has attracted more than 40 StreetEasy shoppers. Foyer entry with closet, designer kitchen and bath all combine to make this a winner.
The sale history for this 66-unit Beaux Arts co-op shows that units tend to sell for full price, so that makes this $679,000 2-bedroom a very competitive listing from Charles Beda at Compass. It’s priced under the neighborhood median for a 1-bedroom, which is why more than 100 StreetEasy shoppers have pegged it as a favorite. Pets are allowed but no pied-à-terre use.
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