Real Estate Wire: A Trippy Checkered East Village Apartment; Top Year-End Condo Sales of 2014

Posted On Mon, January 12, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, January 12, 2015 By In Real Estate Wire

  • Every room in this $440K East Village apartment has black and white checkered floors. [CityRealty]
  • The biggest sales that rounded out 2014, plus other real estate highlights. [CityRealty (opens to a pdf)]
  • Another reason to love winter: Rent concessions. Winter is a good time to sign a new lease since many landlords will throw in a month or two of free rent, cover the broker’s fee, and/or discount the security deposit to entice tenants during the slow season. [BrickUnderground]
  • Leslie J. Garfield, founder of Townhouse Experts, has listed his Greenwich Village property he’s owned for nearly half a century for $9.25 million. [TRD]
  • Property owners who signed away their development rights to help make the High Line Park happen filed a lawsuit seeking compensation for all the cash they missed out on now that the area is booming with development. [NYT]

Images: 327 East 3rd Street (left); CityRealty report (right)



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