Located in the Columbia University neighborhood, Pre-war apartment in excellent condition and a spacious layout.(Approx 1250 sf) high-floor with open eastern and northern exposures. Views overlooking Central Park.
Apartment features pre-war details, a windowed kitchen, Large living room, corner master suite, Spacious 2nd bedroom, 2 full windowed bathrooms, high beamed ceilings and great closet space. This coop has a renovated marble lobby, P/T doorman, new elevators, central laundry, and a live-in super
Just a couple of blocks from Central Park and its many attractions,
Located Close to several subway lines (1/2/3/B/C).
This Harlem Townhome is located just East of Morningside Park and a short walk to Columbia University. This highly desirable location, is home to a well maintained Two-Family.
2nd, 3rd & 4th Floor Triplex: Features – Two Bed / Three Bathrooms, Kitchen, Living Room, Den/Home Office, Three Fireplaces (One on each floor) and two Skylights on the top Floor. This space currently has the only access to the garden, via a spiral staircase off the den.
Garden Level: One Bedroom & One Bathroom features Large Living Room with Open Kitchen, Generous Bedroom with a walk-in closet. Ceiling fans located in the living room and bedroom. The bedroom in the rear of the unit has two west facing windows with garden views. This unit currently has no access to the garden.
Basement: Laundry space for the one bedroom tenant, plenty of dry storage space. This area houses all of the properties Mechanicals: Boiler, Water Tanks (2), and Separate Electric & Water Meters.
Lot Size: 15×80
Building Size: 15×55 – Approx. 4100Sf including basement
Building Can Be Delivered Vacant.
Currently Configured: Triplex (2Bed/3Bath) & One Bedroom (1Bed/1Bath)
Steps to fine restaurants, reputable jazz clubs, shopping centers, bookstores and movie theaters.
Transportation: A, C, D & B @ 125th Street MTA Stop & M60 Bus to
LaGuardia Airport – 2 Blocks Away
The City Council voted Wednesday to approve the rezoning of Hudson Square in Lower Manhattan. The rezoning will allow developers — including the area’s dominant player Trinity Real Estate — to move forward with several large-scale hotel and residential projects.
As part of the approval process, Speaker Christine Quinn secured a commitment for a vote on landmark status for the adjacent South Village Historic District, according to a statement from Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, a preservation group. But community activists were concerned that the city did not discuss any landmark designations for sites south of Houston Street, which is home to nearly half of the proposed district.
“The landmarking commitment only covers about half the endangered area and won’t take effect until nine months after the rezoning, allowing developers ample time to knock down historic buildings,” Andrew Berman, executive director of the Greenwich Village group, said in a statement.
Earlier this month, two key council committees approved a controversial part of the proposal, which would let developers build 2,000 to 3,000 new apartments — many of them affordable — in the neighborhood. —Hiten Samtani
By Robert Frank
- Associated Press Monaco
If you think real-estate in Manhattan or San Francisco is expensive, consider Monaco.
The price of real-estate in Monaco — the world’s most expensive locale — is now an average of $5,408 a square foot, according to a report from Citi Private Bank and Knight Frank, the London real-estate firm. Spending $1 million will get you a 200 square-foot closet – presumably without a water view.
The second most expensive locale is Cap Ferrat in the south of France, at more than $4,800 a square foot. That’s followed by London, at $4,534 a square foot, and then by Hong Kong, at $4,406 a square foot.
New York is a relative bargain, coming in at number 17, at more than $2,161 a square foot (this seems to be a little high, even for Manhattan). The only other U.S. locations on the top 50 are Aspen, at number 39, with $974 a square foot, followed by Telluride ($760 a square foot) and Miami, at about $580 a square foot.
Here is the list of the Top 10
LOCATION AVG PRICE PSF
Monaco – $5,408
Cap Ferrat — $4,800
London — $4,534
Hong Kong (houses) — $4,406
Courcheval 1850 — $4,081
St. Moritz — $3,951
Gstaad — $3,701
St. Tropez — $3,600
Geneva – $2,959
Hong Kong (apartments) — $2,625
BUYERS in New Jersey have the highest down-payment rate in the country, putting down an average 13.71 percent of the purchase price, according to a new report from LendingTree. That surpasses percentages in cities like Washington, and states like New York, Hawaii and California, though only by tenths of a point. In New York, the average down payment works out to 13.47 percent. The national average is 12.24 percent, for the year ending in November.
Of course, very few borrowers pay the average percentage, which is computed by figuring out the average down payment on conventional loans made by banks and government-insured Federal Housing Administration or Department of Veterans Affairs loans, which have down payment minimums of 3.5 percent.
Countrywide, about a quarter of all mortgage loans are government-backed, according to lending specialists.
Luxury Rental Building NYC Directory – 100 Maiden Lane
100 Maiden Lane offers a rich blend of traditional architecture and the latest in lifestyle amenities. Add generous indoor and outdoor common areas and it all adds up to a unique style of living that gives you the best of both worlds.
Many homes have ceilings ranging from 9 to 12 feet with wood floors and oversized Thermopane windows. River views? Private terrace? Select apartments come with these, too.
Studios from $1800
Large 1 bedrooms / Flex 2 bedrooms from $2250
3 bedrooms from $3200
For all appointments call 212 227-0021.