Something For The Haves

Something For The Haves- Luxury Manhattan Real Estate

Limestone Mansion at 11 east 82nd Street

Limestone Mansion at 11 east 82nd Street

Courtesy of Cityfile.
1. Hedge funder John Griffin and his wife Amy, who paid $32.25 million for a full-floor apartment at 1030 Fifth Avenue last year, are selling their old apartment in the same building. Renovations are complete and the couple has quietly put their 8th-floor apartment on the market with Serena Boardman for $16.5 million. [NYT]
2. The townhouse at 11 East 82nd Street that was purchased by Ron Perelman as a home for one of his executives back in 1996 and was later acquired by private investor Keith Gollust, has gone into contract after more than a year and a half on the market. The limestone mansion was most recently priced at $29.5 million. [Sotheby’s]
3. Tokyo-born filmmaker Keiko Ibi is sharing the risk at 15 CPW. Back in July, she put her one-bedroom condo on the market for $3.75 million. Now she’s partnered with her 7th floor neighbors, Young-oh and Byungwha Yoon, and they’ve listed their two apartments together for a combined $10.285 million. Corcoran’s Carrie Chiang has the listing. [Corcoran]

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Biggest Price Drop of The Day

 

 

2 east 67th street living room

2 east 67th street living room

Something For The Haves.

2 east 67th street. A super meaty cut. From $15,000,000 down to $12,000,000 a whopping 20%.

Show Me The Numbers.
2 east 67th street
7 room Co-op designed by Rosario Candela
$12,000,000
$10,589 maintenance
2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
12′ ceilings
1 Library
1 Pantry
1 Servant’s Hall
2 Staff Bedrooms

Celebrity Real Estate-Jennifer Esposito Lists Her Co-op

Something For The Haves.

Jennifer Esposito Lists

Jennifer Esposito Lists


Courtesy of Cityfile.
Jennifer Esposito is looking to sell in the Village. The actress has put her one-bedroom apartment at 23 East 10th Street on the market, along with the one-bedroom co-op she owns upstairs. The two apartments, which Esposito once planned to combine into a duplex, are currently listed for a combined $1.435 million.
Listed by Stephanie L. David of Mark David

Biggest Price Cut of The Day

Biggest Price Cut of The Day- Courtesy of OLR.

Something For The Haves.

17 west 64th street- The Penthouse-from $4,750,000 to $4,495,000 not a huge cut today with only a 5.5% drop of $255,000. This apartment has only been on the market for 4 weeks and is listed by Jill Sloane of Halstead Properties.

Show Me The Numbers.

17 West 64th Street- Co-operative.
$4,495,000
1400 Square Feet
$3120 maintenance
3 Bedroom
2 Bathroom
1 Wraparound Terrace
1 Wood Burning Fireplace

Biggest Price Cut of The Day

Something For The Haves.

And here it is, not a scalpel but a machete was used today to hack away at 655 Sixth Avenue-The O’Neil Building
#5B reducing the value from $5,995,000 to $5,000,000, a slice equal to 16.6%. Boy that’s a nice, slice.
Listed by John B. Gomes- Core Group Marketing

Can I get a drum roll please as we play…

Show Me The Numbers.

655 Sixth Avenue – A condominium
$5,000,000
1887 Erected
2989 Square Feet
3 Bedrooms
3.5 Bathrooms
1,491 Common Charges – not bad at all
3,141 Taxes – excuse me while I scream “What the *#!K?”
14 foot ceilings
36 x 28 Living Room