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Sales Launch Recap: Here's What Hit the Market This Week

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From stroller valets to jam rooms to record-breaking price tags, catch up on what's currently up for sale

Williamsburg Warehouse-Turned-Condo with ‘Jam Room’ Launches Sales: Condos at the Cass Gilbert warehouse- turned-Austin Nichols House at 184 Kent Avenue are officially ready for occupants. Read about the unconventional features found at this Williamsburg waterfront property.

Funky Lower East Side Co-op With an Open Concept Wants $599,000: A recently renovated eclectic one-bedroom apartment joins The Six Digit Club.

Charming Gramercy Penthouse Once Owned By Painter Cecilia Beaux Asks $2.5M: There’s only been three other opportunities in the past 100 years to steal this Gramercy penthouse.

19th-Century Bed-Stuy Townhouse Wants $3M After Gut Renovation: Furniture designer, Christiaan Bunce adds style and elegance to gutted and revamped Bed-Stuy brownstone.

NYC's Most Expensive Apartment Will Be a $250M Condo at 220 Central Park South

Extell's Art Deco-Inspired Upper East Side Condo Launches Sales From $2.45M: Located on the Upper East Side, this building is seeking a "modest" $535 million sellout.

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Landmarked Tribeca Building on Tiny Cortlandt Alley Reborn as Boutique Condos: The first luxury condo building on Cortlandt Alley will house just five units, affordability not included.

Park Slope Condos with Stroller Valet, Pet Spa Launch Sales From $1.3M: Nothing like a place that addresses the need for stroller valet.

Jimmy Choo Co-Founder Relists Carhart Mansion Penthouse For Reduced $27M: If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again--for $7 million less, in this case.