I’m probably torturing myself by looking at NYC real estate sites, but I miss the city so much, and it just helps to tide me over until I manage to move back. Not that I’d ever begin to afford to live in one of these homes!
This home is part of a major project at 211 Elizabeth Street. The penthouse closed for just under $7 million, a neighborhood record for price-per-square-foot.
Read all about this apartment here on curbed.
The above two photos are from a condo in the former Parish House of St. Georges Church.
- 988 square feet
- 1 beds / 1.5 baths
Central Park South, Midtown
- 1930 square feet
- 3 beds / 3 baths
Upper West Side
5-story, 6,000 sq. ft. townhouse, 18 ft wide x 99 ft deep currently configured as an (owner’s) triplex and three free market-rate apartments
The three images above are from a condo for sale in Williamsburg, a very popular neighborhood in Brooklyn. I lived there for two years but my apartment was a far cry from this beauty.
- 1468 square feet
- 2 beds / 2.5 baths
Do these numbers surprise you? Pretty much what you expected? Thought prices would be higher? Thought prices would be lower?
photos and info via Curbed