From a mansion in a pricey Queens enclave to a modest micro-apartment in Chelsea, these are some of the notable New York City properties that hit the market this past week.
↑ Cozy Astoria condo with two terraces wants $725,000: This cozy, 707-square-foot, one-bedroom apartment in Astoria comes with two terraces, a spacious living and dining area, a kitchen that’s equipped with a breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances, and plenty of light.
↑ Itty-bitty furnished Chelsea studio seeks a minuscule $299,000: For this Six Digit Club listing, there’s no square footage listed with the property, but suffice to say that it’s small—there’s a kitchen and a bathroom, and a common space, and that’s about it.
↑Colorful Sutton Place penthouse with huge solarium chops asking price: Back in the 2011, luxe penthouse atop 400 East 59th Street sold for only $4.35 million. Just four years (and one extremely colorful revamp) later, it was asking a whopping $16 million. The listing reappeared recently with a $1.3 million price chop, so now the "trophy penthouse" is asking $14.7 million.
↑ Queens’s most expensive apartment returns with an even higher asking price: Last summer, reports surfaced that an all-cash buyer purchased the apartment, but no record of that sale surfaced in city records. And so, incredibly, it’s back on the market now with an even higher asking price than before. Originally, it was asking $5.398 million; now, it’s looking for $5.58 million.
↑ Industrial-chic Tribeca loft designed by Roman & Williams wants $5.5M: Stellar design pedigree aside, the three-bedroom apartment comes with the sort of features you’d expect from a converted Tribeca loft: high ceilings, huge windows, recessed lighting, and the like.
↑ In the East Village, a co-op with rare neighborhood views asks $899,000: Inhabiting a large pre-war co-op building along 14th Street in Manhattan’s East Village, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment boasts one glorious amenity: its views of Manhattan.
↑ Classic colonial in waterfront enclave of Douglaston asks $2.225M: This week’s Monday Mansion features the enclave that was once called home by Governor Andrew Cuomo. It’s gone through a renovation, with central air conditioning and a new kitchen but some historic details remain, like fireplace mantles and moldings.