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Sales launch recap: here's what hit the market this week in NYC

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Old townhouses, one with an indoor basketball court, and the home of a legendary producer are some of the featured homes currently up for sale.

Condos close to the Long Island City waterfront launch sales from $700,000: A six-story building known as The Monarch, features a mix of one, two, and three-bedrooms with the priciest one currently on offer: a three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit with over 1,000-square-feet of space that’s asking $1.1 million.

Huge Murray Hill townhouse with basketball court returns for $9.25M: After a brief period off the market, the townhouse at 119 East 38th Street is back—and, somehow, asking more than its original sale price.

Charming Upper East Side co-op with landscaped garden wants $2.38M: The apartment comes with a lovely, private landscaped garden, that’s set amid the red brick back facade of the building, which gives the space an added touch of charm.

Extell’s Upper East Side townhouse now seeks nearly half of its initial ask: The 9,700-square-foot townhouse first hit the market in 2014 asking $65 million, before the development company paired its ask down to $49.5 million. Now, the property has gotten another price chop, bringing the cost down to $37.5 million, or nearly $30 million off of its original asking price.

Predictably luxe Baccarat condo hits the market for $23.8M: Though it isn’t the penthouse—that sold earlier this summer for $54 million—the Tony Ingrao-designed, 4,557-square-foot residence is decked out with a laundry list of extravagant details and top-of-the-line brand names.

Battery Park City condo is a 'fashionista's dream' for $4M: The brokerbabble touts this three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit as a "fashionista’s dream," which probably has something to do with the enormous walk-in closet in the master bedroom.

‘Scarface’ producer’s ritzy Park Avenue pad gets a price bump: Legendary producer Martin Bregman is letting go of his four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom co-op in an Emery Roth-designed Park Avenue building. After a brief period off the market, it returned recently with a much higher ask—close to $10 million, which is ambitious.

Chelsea co-op with a romantic backyard hits the market for $1.395M: The apartment’s a duplex, with a bathroom, kitchen and living/dining area on the upper floor, and the master bedroom and den on the lower floor but the real highlight is the private patio, located just off the den on the lower level.

Upper West Side townhouse where old meets new asks $12M: As it currently stands, the stately abode at 134 West 78th Street is divided into three one-bedroom apartments on the upper floors, a ground-floor duplex with a private garden, and has a total of eight bedrooms, eight fireplaces, five bathrooms, and four kitchens. Wow.