Elegran Monthly Round Up: April 2019
Now may be the perfect time to purchase a home in NYC. The luxury housing market in Manhattan is showing impressive performance as a high volume of buyers continue to sign deals on townhouses, condos, and co-ops. And new trends in the U.S. housing market are indicating a shift toward a buyer’s market, just in time for peak sales season. With rising inventory, slower price growth on homes, and falling mortgage rates, potential homebuyers are in a good position to find their new home.
Elegran agents have closed a number of deals on some beautiful NYC homes last month. Here are some of the biggest luxury deals Elegran agents closed in April:
Building: 133 Mulberry Street
Agents: Nick Anable and Seth Podell
April Deals Closed For: $2,275,000
133 Mulberry Street, an upscale building built in the 19th century, is situated in Little Italy. This boutique condo features 18 converted apartments with spacious open layouts, wide-plank oak wood flooring, soaring loft ceilings, Bosch appliances, and Caesarstone countertops. Building amenities include a roof deck with private cabanas, bike room, elevator, and full-time doorman. Last month, Elegran agents Nick Anable and Seth Podell sold a $2,257,000 apartment in this historic residence.
Building: 6 Cortlandt Alley
Agent: Heather Glotzer
April Deals Closed For: $4,800,000
Meticulously renovated and beautifully converted, Six Cortlandt Alley is a boutique condo that epitomizes luxury living. This Italianate five-story building features apartments with soaring ceilings, engineered Russian white oak flooring, exposed brick accent walls, and multi-zoned heating and cooling. Residents can enjoy the wide variety of amenities that this residence has to offer, including a fitness center, resident’s lounge, Cyber doorman, cold storage and package room, and private storage. Elegran agent Heather Glotzer sold a home in this Chelsea building for $4,800,000 last month.
Building: 100 Barclay Street
April Deals Closed For: $3,550,000
Designed by the renowned architect Ralph Walker, One Hundred Barclay is a historic loft building situated in the heart of Tribeca. Residents can enjoy over 40,000 square feet of amenities in this downtown landmark, including an 82-foot lap pool, fitness center designed by The Wright Fit, spa and treatment rooms, club lounge with bar and dining rooms, wine tasting room, and a 24-hour doorman and concierge. Apartments boast lavish features such as double-hung windows, 10-foot-high ceilings, custom-stained white oak flooring, and Sub-Zero appliances. Last month, Elegran agents Trevor Connolly and Kirk Eckenrode sold a $3,550,000 home in this iconic Art-Deco building.
Building: 277 Fifth Avenue
Agent: Kristen Suh
April Deals Closed For: $2,975,000
277 Fifth Avenue is a NoMad luxury tower situated just steps from Madison Square Park. Designed by Jeffrey Beers, the building’s elegant apartment interiors boast custom-designed walnut vanities, white oak flooring, and Italian marble counters. Residents can enjoy the endless amenities that 277 Fifth Avenue has to offer, including a lobby library, fitness club, yoga studio, spa and sauna rooms, private dining and catering kitchen, kid’s club, and full-time doorman and concierge service. Elegran agent Kristen Suh closed a $2,975,000 deal in this Rafael Viñoly-designed residence last month.
Other notable April closings include: