Elegran Monthly Round-Up: October 2018
It's still very much a buyer's market in New York City, particularly when it comes to luxury Manhattan apartments. Across the city, inventory is up while prices continue to rise. Despite these conditions, Elegran agents were still able to close several high-end deals last month on beautiful NYC apartments. Here are some of the tops deals closed by the Elegran team last October.
Building: 143 West 27th Street
October Deals Closed For: $2,200,000
When people think of Chelsea, the first thing that comes to mind is an image of a beautiful Chelsea loft. 143 West 27th Street is the perfect example of the type of architecture this neighborhood has become famous for with high ceilings, unique layouts, and charming pre-war details. Last month, Elegran agents Trevor Connolly and Kirk Eckenrode sold the 5th floor of this classic Chelsea building for $2,200,000. This expansive home features a private, keyed elevator, a large kitchen and dining area, walk-in closets, and a luxurious bathroom with a deep-soaking tub.
Building: 340 East 64th Street
Agent: Chris Fry
October Deals Closed For: $1,887,500
340 East 64th Street, also known as The St. Tropez, holds the distinction of being Manhattan's first condominium. While this building still holds many of its original charming details including a dark brick facade and spacious interiors, it also now features a host of modern amenities that are perfect for today's New Yorker. Last month, agent Chris Fry sold a $1,887,500 home in this building which also boasts a swimming pool, full-time doorman, state-of-the-art fitness center, children's playroom, a parking garage with a valet, and a stunning roof deck where residents can take in unparalleled Manhattan views from one of the tallest residential buildings in Lenox Hill.
Building: 308 East 38th Street
Agent: Alfred Tom
October Deals Closed For: $1,535,000
With interiors crafted by award-winning interior designer Andrés Escobar, The Vantage is an excellent example of the best of contemporary Manhattan living. This sleek Murray Hill condominium is just steps from the United Nations building and Grand Central Station and features a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, a fitness center and yoga room, lobby lounge, co-working lounge, bike storage, and more. In October, agent Alfred Tom sold a $1,535,000 home in this sleek building that boasts homes with windowed kitchens, spacious bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, large closets, and more.
Other notable October closings include:
Nick Anable and Seth Podell's $1,175,000 deal at 9th Avenue at Port Imperial.
Andrew Warren and Heather Glotzer's $1,125,000 sale at 308 Mott Street.
Notable October rentals include: