UWS price droppers, plus a possible two-in-one purchase in Boerum Hill
By Sara Alessi |June 4, 2012 - 1:37PM
When it comes to shopping around, who doesn’t look for price
cuts? It’s no different in real estate, as we can see though this week’s Open
House Scorecard -- the top 10 apartments StreetEasyusers saved to their open house planners more than any others this
It features apartments whose prices have been slashed, as well as one apartment
with two different prices, depending on how much space you purchase.
About five days ago, the price of a two-bedroom
co-op on West 79th between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues was reduced $124k
to $1.475m. The prewar unit was recently renovated and features an eat-in
kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counters. Pied-a-terres are welcome.
The price of a $759k
two-bedroom UWS co-op was recently reduced by $36k. The 18th-floor unit is
located in full-service prewar co-op The Opera on Broadway between 76th
and 77th Streets. The building has a new lobby and there’s laundry on
every floor. Pets are allowed with board approval.
Over in Brooklyn, you can choose to buy a two-bedroom
condo with a parking space in Boerum Hill for $549k, or you might want to
increase your single-floor living space to approximately 1,550 square feet by buying-and-combining with a neighboring apartment that also has roof rights (combined asking price $1.084m). Either way,
the space, located just off the corner of Smith and Butler Streets, is in
move-in condition, has a balcony, renovated kitchen, through-wall
a/c, and an in-unit W/D. Plus, there are low carrying charges, with common
charges of $131.
The rest of the Scorecard is listed below. For reduced/flexible prices and more, check out BrickUnderground’s
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