Mo and Hilary Koyfman picked up a co-op at 200 Hicks Street in Brooklyn Heights for $5.295 million, or just over $1,800 per square foot.
Interior designer Steven Gambrel parted with his three-story, 25-foot-wide townhouse at 68 Morton Street for about $7.8 million, which comes out to about $2,600 per square foot.
Here’s a rare opportunity to own one of only five remaining single-family townhouses with a Gramercy Park address and one of the city’s most coveted accessories: keys to the famous neighboring park.
“We’re seeing much more inventory than there are serious buyers out there,” said Joshua Wesoky, an agent at Compass. “There’s a natural turnover with the age of these buildings and a generation of people moving on.”
Rarely does an opportunity to buy a gem such as this present itself. Owned and designed by AD100 designer Steven Gambrel, the West Village townhouse has been decorated thoughtfully with bold wallpapers, unique lighting fixtures, and exquisite surfacing materials.
My career began in the real estate corporate finance department of Goldman Sachs. Every step of my career after Goldman involved a major real estate component. But my first love was always residential real estate, including architecture and design. When I decided to make a change in my career, I came back to residential real estate—it had been calling me for a long time.
A two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath full-floor condo with dedicated parking. PROS: Recently renovated, the loft-like space has three exposures, a turret sitting room and high-end design elements. CONS: The unit is a two-flight walk-up.
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Besides being a gorgeous light-filled three-bedroom (with room for a fourth) corner loft in trendy Tribeca, this $4.95 million condominium at 161 Hudson Street is, as the listing puts it, “the epitome of chic downtown style.”
Tour 150 East 22nd Street with Josh Wesoky and Emily Smith
Spread over five storeys, the townhouse – on the market via Josh Doyle and Joshua Wesoky of Compass for $16.8m – packs in 7,000 sq ft of living space. The old carriage house is now a large garage and separate entertaining space.
“A lot of times in New York, your living space is too small to invite everyone,” Wesoky attests. “But this is really a gathering place, somewhere for family and friends to be together — and always with the New York City skyline as the backdrop.”