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

Carriage homes, megamansions, and condos with lots of outdoor space are among this week’s listed units

Airy Lower East Side Studio Has Shabby-Chic Appeal for $435,000: This Six Digit Club listing is a studio that features tons of charming details including 11-foot tall ceilings and original wooden framework.

$5.5M Soho Loft With Museum-Quality Lighting Seeks Its Next Art Collector: A Greene Street loft in a building that’s designated joint-living work quarters for artists just hit the market for $5.5 million. The 2,200-square-foot two-bedroom has been outfitted with every deluxe fixture imaginable.

For $21M, an Upper East Side Townhouse With Tons of Outdoor Space: Three of the townhouse's seven bedrooms have their own balconies. There’s also a penthouse floor, complete with south and north terraces.

136-Year-Old Riverdale Landmark Returns With a $1M Price Cut: This Bronx house was first built in 1880 and is also both a New York City landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Gowanus Townhouse Comes with Deck, Backyard Pool for $1.65M: This Gowanus townhouse has an encompassing above-ground pool in its backyard. Thank goodness its not in-ground.

NYC's Latest Megamansion for Sale Is a Former Gramercy Missionary: The Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary are looking to sell their two adjoining buildings at 236 and 238 East 15th Street with the combination being offered for $19.75 million.

Brooklyn Heights Carriage House Is a Lovely Little $4.5M Fixer Upper: Let's be honest: this listing, for a 19th-century carriage house in Brooklyn Heights, isn't going to be for everyone. But for buyers who like a challenge this is a pretty sweet deal.

Petite West Village Studio on a Charming, Hidden Street Wants $675,000: This week’s Six Digit Club highlights this incredibly small yet cute studio unit.

187-Year-Old West Village Carriage House Receives $4M Price Chop: Back in June 2014, the 3,480-square-foot home, built in 1829 on land once owned by Aaron Burr, was listed for $12 million. The home is now asking $8.995 million.

Streit's Matzo Factory-Replacing Condos Launch Sales From $995,000: Say hello to the condos that will replace the Streit's Matzo Factory on Rivington Street. Sales have launched for six of the apartments at 150 Rivington, ranging from a 610-square-foot one-bedroom, asking $1.195 million, to one of the development's four penthouses, asking $3.8 million.

New Looks Inside Thomas Juul-Hansen's High Line-Hugging Condo: Spanning 4,664 square feet, the duplex penthouse is one of only five units that are still available at Hansen's 35-unit condo building and its asking nearly $19 million.

Bed-Stuy Condos With Private Outdoor Space Hit the Market From $768K: Bed-Stuy's newest luxury building is a six-story condo at 159 Tompkins. The Issac & Stern Architects-designed structure includes a mix of two and three-bedroom units, all of which come with private outdoor spaces.

Brooklyn's Second Most Expensive Home Is Now Asking $8M Less: Once listed for $32 million, this 11,000-square-foot penthouse in One Brooklyn Bridge Park now wants $23.888 million.