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The Open House Scorecard: Here's what buyers were looking at this weekend

By Sara Alessi  | June 17, 2013 - 1:33PM

Today's Open House Scorecard--rounding up the 10 open houses those browsing StreetEasy saved to their open-house calendars more often than any others this weekend--features some apartments in buildings that offer a little extra.

Take, for example, this $775k two-bedroom, one-bathroom condo (pictured) on Dean Street between Sixth Avenue and Carlton Avenue in Prospect Heights is in a full service gated building with a fully equipped fitness center, playground, 20,000 square foot landscaped roof deck with a lounge, community herb/vegetable garden, grilling area and covered kitchenette. There’s also on-site valet parking. As for the apartment itself, oversized south-facing windows let in plenty of light, and 12’ ceilings are a classic loft feature. The kitchen has stainless appliances and an island. There's a J-51 tax abatement that expires in 2017.

In Park Slope, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo  listed for $1.199m and located on Sterling Place between Sixth and Seventh Avenues has central a/c and a washer dryer. The 22-unit building has a common roof deck, ground floor patio, meeting/playroom, underground parking garage with elevator access to the building, and bike and additional storage.

Over in Chelsea on West 21st (between Seventh and Eighth Avenues),  an $850k two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op drew some attention over the weekend as well. The prewar apartment features 10’ ceilings, southern exposure, an eat-in kitchen and a decorative fireplace. MaintenanceThe building’s got a bike room, as well as additional storage in the basement and a live-in super. Pied-a-terre, co-purchasing, guarantors, gifting and sublets are all allowed. The building is less open-minded when it comes to pets, as it only allows cats. is $1,050. 

For more, click through the rest of the Scorecard below.

  1. 223 West 21st Street—2-bed co-op, $850k
  2. 205 15th Street—2-bed condo, $699k
  3. 100 West 12th Street—2-bed co-op, $975k
  4. 411 Clinton Street—2-bed condo, $675k
  5. 133 Sterling Place—2-bed condo, $1.199m
  6. 535 Dean Street—2-bed condo, $775k
  7. 376 President Street—2-bed condo, $799k
  8. 15 Commerce Street—3-bed townhouse, $3.725m
  9. 365 Saint Johns Place—3-bed co-op, $650k
  10. 445 West 54th Street—2-bed condo, $950k

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