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NYC real estate – Busy Doctor Office For Sale – Buy property & get FREE business

Professional building – medical / dental use. Currently configured as 3 exam

109 Lafayette St. #804-805

109 Lafayette St. #804-805

rooms, a large waiting room, a reception area, and 2 Offices. This office can be a terrific office for any doctor, dentist, or other professional in the wellness field. The office faces south and west, overlooking city view. Conveniently located corner of Lafayette St and Canal St, the location is terrific – easily accessible close to many types of transportation.

It is a Condo Apartment , monthly maintenance/cc is $455  plus $632 monthly tax. The square feet is 1,000 (approx).  Please contact Shirley at

109 Lafayette St. #804-805 Lobby

109 Lafayette St. #804-805 Lobby

schow@elliman.com , 516-639-6807 or Diana at Diana.wu@elliman.com  516-320-0231.

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NYC Real Estate – Tribeca Condo – Sponsor units for Sale

110 Duane Street - PH3S

110 Duane Street - PH3S

 “This three bedroom, two and a half bathroom duplex loft has key lock elevator access, high ceilings, stunning columns, a wood burning fireplace, an incredible northern facing private terrace off the master suite, and a southern facing balcony off the living room. This home also features a chefs kitchen, washer/dryer, custom closets, an outdoor shower, and Brazilian cherry wood floors. French Doors, Sun Drenched, Outdoor Shower, Custom Chef’s Kitchen, Brazilian Cherry Wood Floors” says Avi Voda & Roland Levin of Prudential Douglas Elliman.

110 Duane Street - PH3S- K

110 Duane Street - PH3S- K

The Condo Apartment minimum down is 10%, monthly maintenance/cc is $1,415  plus $2,477 monthly tax. The square feet is 2,297 (approx). It is 3 Bedrooms and 2.5 Baths at price of $3,473,800. PressThis to read What You Can Get for Your Money in Manhattan.

There are total 11 units for sell in this building. View my profile and other properties and contract signed listings at: http://www.elliman.com/real-estate-agent/diana-wu/4623

Please contact me at diana.wu@elliman.com or 516-320-0231 (Diana) for showing. 

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NYC Real Estate, Manhattan Apartment for Sale $575,000

“Mint condition Pre-War Gem! A sparkling renovation awaits in a gracious one

320 E 86th St. #4E, Upper Eastside

320 E 86th St. #4E, Upper Eastside

bedroom, convertible to two, home, in a pre-war elevator building with Art Deco lobby in prime Upper East Side location” says Evgeniya (Gina) Ignatieva  and Avi Voda of The Voda Group with Prudential Douglas Elliman. “A proper entry foyer leads to a windowed chef’s kitchen featuring luxurious custom cabinetry, sile stone countertop, zen glass backsplash and sile stone flooring with mosaic tile trim. The appliances include a Fisher & Paykel range, Bosch dishwasher and Liebherr refrigerator. Ten foot

entry foyer

entry foyer

high ceilings present a sense of grace and proportion. Beautiful crown moldings, ceiling fans, custom baseboards and dark stained hardwood floors define this crisp residence. Large living and dining room gets brilliant light from Southern exposure. Spa style bathroom is beautifully appointed with marble walls, natural volcanic stone flooring, rain shower with six jets, and designer fixtures. Rounding out this splendid home is a well sized and quiet master bedroom. This intimate condop building with video intercom system has a wonderful landscaped roof deck and laundry room. The building offers the flexibility of a

Kitchen

Kitchen

condo yet the lower closing costs of a coop”.

The Condop Apartment minimum down is 10%, monthly maintenance/cc is only $857 (including tax). Tax deductible is 56%. The shares are 450. It is 1 Bed and 1 Bath at price of $575,000. Roof Assessm. $608 per month from June 2011 ending by June 2012.

View my profile and other properties and contract signed listings at: http://www.elliman.com/real-estate-agent/diana-wu/4623. We pride ourselves as specialists in condominium and co-op sales in Manhattan. For more information, please contact me at diana.wu@elliman.com or 516-320-0231 (Diana), I will email you more info. 

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What can you buy in NYC for $925,000, Manhattan New York

“Absolutely mint condition, pre-war apartment with contemporary

155 East 73 Street, Unit 4B, Upper East Side

155 East 73 Street, Unit 4B, Upper East Side

design, in coveted East 70s location” says Stephen Dartley with Prudential Douglas Elliman. “Situated on one of the Upper East Side’s most historical and picturesque blocks, intimate living abounds. Details include 9′ beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplace, French doors and perfectly proportioned rooms providing great flow and warmth. Gourmet windowed kitchen boasts built-in Liebherr fridge, Miele dishwasher and stove, Gaggenau range, and granite countertops. The windowed master bath is gleaming and renovated to perfection. The apartment has no less than six closets, an extra half-bath, and is fully wired with Bose surround sound system”.

Stephen Dartley also says “Classic and luxurious elevator building was constructed in 1923 and has a beautiful colonial style lobby. There are 37 total apartments in the building, and just 4 apartments per floor. There is doorman service, a live-in super, new laundry room, and bicycle storage. Pets are considered case-by-case, and the building has a reasonable board. This is a fantastic central location, west of Third Avenue, a short walk to Central Park, fine shopping, elegant restaurants and all transportation”.

This is Co-op Apartment minimum down is 25%, monthly maintenance/cc is $1,834 (including tax). Tax deductible is 47%. The square feet is 800 (approx). It is 2 Beds and 1 1/2 Baths at price of $925,000.

View my profile and other properties and contract signed listings at: http://www.elliman.com/real-estate-agent/diana-wu/4623. We pride ourselves as specialists in condominium and co-op sales in Manhattan.For more info, please contact me at diana.wu@elliman.com or 516-320-0231 (Diana), I will email you more info. 

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What You Can Get For Your Money – The Neighborhoods of Manhattan

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New York Real Estate Market – General & Prices of Manhattan Upper Eastside

Upper East Side is one of the elegant neighborhoods in Manhattan. The neighborhood is bordered by east side Central Park and East river, from 59th Street to 96th Street. It located in the area with fine arts, fine restaurants, chic fashion boutiques and famous residential buildings. Carnegie Hill is the most prestigious neighborhood for families in the upper eastside.

There are many cultural institutions at Upper eastside and along its “Museum Mile,” such as Metropolitan Museum of Art, the MoMA, Whitney, and Guggenheim museums, etc. Upper eastside, it’s famous for its museums, Central Park, and expensive real estate and wealthy residents. Beside Central park, you also can relax at John Jay Park and Carl Shurz Park.

Some of the best of New York City public schools are there. One of the very famous one is P.S. 6 Lillie Devereux Blake School. There are a good math and writing program in elementary school as well. The famous college, Columbia University also located upper eastside.

Transportation includes a number of buses running North-South, M31, M15, M101, M102, and M103. The cross-town buses are M57, M72, M86, M96 and M106. The subways are 4, 5, and 6 on Lexington Ave and stations at 59th, 68th, 77th, 86th and 96th street. There are plentiful taxicab services in that area too.

The majority of the real estate in upper eastside is condos, co-ops, townhouses and some single family homes. The brownstone-style luxury homes are price from $4 to 9 Million. However, if you are willing to purchase some co-op toward further east, you may find more affordable apt, such as 509 E 88th street. Some one-bedroom sells as low as $263,000 with maintains $849/mo in today’s market. One-bedroom’s condo is selling as low as around upper $500,000 like 1474 3rd Ave, today asking is $565,000 with common charge of $741/mo and real estate tax $577/mo. For two-bedroom, you can find as low as $774,999 with maintenance of $1,183/mo for co-op (301 E 62nd St.). Of course, if you move closing to central park, the price will rise significantly. 27 East 65th Street for co-op asking price is $1,295,000. Some others ask for $4,500,000 which also a co-op building (1100 Park Avenue). Therefore, there are various properties in upper eastside. It fits all different people’s criteria. Check currently listed homes for sale in Manhattan Upper Eastside New York. See market trends of Manhattan Upper Eastside average home prices, property values in that area.

Manhattan Real Estate Market is very unique. The entire purchase process is different than anywhere else in the world. If you are interesting to have a FREE consultation, if you have any question about sell real estate in Manhattan, contact me directly Diana Wu at 516-320-0231 (cell) or email me at diana.wu@elliman.com, I have the privilege and pleasure to work with Avi Voda, Founder and Executive Vice President of The Voda Group at Prudential Douglas Elliman. The Voda Group has been the top, award winning sales team at Prudential Douglas Elliman since 2003. We pride ourselves as specialists in condominium and co-op sales in Manhattan. To learn more about our custom-designed marketing plans, visit my website at:  http://www.elliman.com/real-estate-agent/diana-wu/4623 to receive a complimentary valuation of your home, or to discuss any real estate related topics, please contact us today.

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What You Can Get For Your Money – The Neighborhoods of Manhattan

The rules  of the game here in Manhattan are very different from any other place. Therefore, doing your homework and finding the right broker for you are very important. Our job is to help you determine what kinds of apartments and neighborhoods are suitable for you, and to guide you in regards to the property price, in order to select the best match for your real estate needs and budget.

1)   Upper West Side

There is varying architecture on the Upper West Side. Brownstones and townhouses line Broadway and doorman buildings are found along West End Avenue. Riverside Drive buildings have a beautiful Hudson River view. The landmarks on the Central Park West are: the Beresford, the San Remo, the Majestic, etc. There are many shops that can be found along Broadway, which makes it a great weekend hang-out.

The average price for a condo here is $1,034 per square foot. The price for a co-op is about 20% lower. The price per square foot is depending on location, apartment and building condition, size, and building amenities, etc. Click on Upper Westside Neighborhood — Synopsis & Price at Today Real Estate Market. for more info.

2)   Upper East Side

Upper East Side is the home of billionaire and Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Gold Coast townhouse. Beyond that, the neighborhood is just steps from Central Park, where many fine museums and shops are situated. It is a very nice neighborhood to live in.

The average price for a condo here is $989 per square foot. The price for a co-op is about 20% lower. The price per square foot is depending on location, apartment and building condition, size, and building amenities, etc. Check on New York Real Estate Market – General & Prices of Manhattan Upper Eastside for more info.

3)   Midtown

On the West side of Midtown, new developers have moved in and built many luxury condos and rentals. The prices in these new buildings are far more reasonable than further uptown. The area formerly known as Hell’s Kitchen is today sometimes referred to as the community of Clinton. This doesn’t mean you can find a bargain price everywhere, either. There are plenty of the properties priced in the millions, such as in the east toward the Empire State Building and in the north towards to Time Square.

A neighborhood known as Murray Hill is situated in East Midtown. It has drawn new residents to the area, as there are max living options, condos, co-ops, brownstones, towers and well-maintained apartment buildings.

A source report dated 8/31/2010 shows that the biggest difference in prices in Midtown are for condos. The average price for condo here ranges from $900 – $1,066 per square foot. The price for a co-op is about 20% lower. The price per square foot is depending on location, apartment and building condition, size, and building amenities, etc. Check on Midtown – Manhattan neighborhood overview for more info.

4)   Chelsea

Chelsea is located at between West 34th Street to West 14th Street, and stretches from Avenue of the Americas (6th Ave) to West Hudson River. It is New York’s gallery district neighborhood and the fashion-design central. East of Ninth Avenue, there were many warehouses; today it is a stunning landmark of townhouses, pre-war co-ops, and new rental buildings. The price per square foot further uptown, from West 30th street, provide more bang for your buck. 7th Avenue, also called Fashion Avenue, is where FIT College is located and also where you can see many beautiful garments being unloaded for numerous garment shops. Also, Macy’s flagship store is located at 34th Street and 7th Ave, in an area known as Herald Square, where the shoppers can get some bargains from. The Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden and Penn Station are also in the area.

The price of a co-op in Chelsea for studios for maintains/cc is under $600, and for square footage around 400, you could find the price as low as $320,000 on today’s market.  The average price for a condo here is $1,149 per square foot. The price for a co-op is about 20% lower. It is also depending on location, apartment and building condition, size, and building amenities, etc.

5)   Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village always attracts many young adults. From NYU to Washington Square Park, from crowded cafes to noisy bars, you can see college students and twenty-year-olds everywhere. It is perhaps the hub of culture in Manhattan.

The average price for a condo here is $1,149 per square foot. The price for a co-op is about 20% lower. The price per square foot is depending on location, apartment and building condition, size, and building amenities, etc. Check on Greenwich Real Estate – Manhattan Neighborhood Overview for more info.

6)   Soho

Soho stretches from the south side of Houston Street to Vestry Street, and from west to east, the Hudson River to Broadway. It is a very fashionable neighborhood. You can find stores like Banana Republic, H&M, Zara, Club Monaco, and more. It is also the place you can find many voguish boutiques, swanky restaurants, high-end spas, etc. The buildings there are warehouses that have been converted into large working areas or living lofts. One thing for sure is that since the 1960s, when the artists changed the buildings into housing-lofts and created a more chic, luxurious living condition, the Soho area is now a more desirable place to live than ever.

The average price for a condo here is $1,205 per square foot. The co-op price is about 20% lower. The price per square foot is depending on location, apartment and building condition, size and building amenities, etc. Check on Soho — Manhattan Downtown neighborhood for more information.

7)   Lower East Side

When we talk about the Lower East Side, it refers to the area stretching from Houston Street to the Brooklyn Bridge, from Bowery to the East River. Once the world’s largest Jewish community, it has now become the destination for many shoppers seeking delicious food and bargains stores where you can score great prices.

South of Delaney, large co-ops and a few condos do exist. There are also some renovated pre-war walk-up buildings. On the northern side, there is still an area that attracts many renters. Developers and real estate investors have realized its potential already, meaning million dollars properties aren’t far behind. The average price for a condo here is $1,120 per square foot. The price for a co-op is about 20% lower. The price per square foot is depending on location, apartment and building condition, size, and building amenities, etc. For more info check on Lower East Side Real Estate – Manhattan Neighborhood

Manhattan Real Estate Market is very unique. The entire purchase process is different than anywhere else in the world. If you are interesting to have a FREE consultation, please contact me. View my profile and other properties and contract signed listings at: http://www.elliman.com/real-estate-agent/diana-wu/4623.

I have the privilege and pleasure to work with Avi Voda, Founder and Executive Vice President of The Voda Group at Prudential Douglas Elliman. The Voda Group has been the top, award winning sales team at Prudential Douglas Elliman since 2003. We pride ourselves as specialists in condominium and co-op sales in Manhattan.  If you have any question about Buy or Sell real estate in Manhattan, contact me directly Diana Wu at 516-320-0231 (cell) or email me at diana.wu@elliman.com.

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