SAME SPACE, DIFFERENT PLACE
How Finished Is Finished?
Both of these lofts near Gramercy Park are bright and airy and cover the same square footage (they’re actually in the same line). Yet their asking prices are $155,000 apart, a discrepancy that can’t be chalked up to elevation. Apartment 9F will appeal to buyers looking for an old-school loft that retains its basic industrial character, whereas 6F’s owners rebuilt the kitchen, added a room, removed a bath, and installed maple floors and central air. “Eighty percent of the apartment was changed,” says Karen Kelley, who’s handling the sale of 6F with her colleague Deanna Kory.
112 East 19th
Street, Apartment 6F
The Facts: Three-bedroom, one-bath, 1,800-square-foot co-op.
Asking Price: $2.15 million.
Maintenance: $1,843 per month.
Agents: Karen Kelley and Deanna Kory, the Corcoran Group.
112 East 19th Street, Apartment 9F
The Facts: Two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,800-square-foot co-op.
Asking Price: $1.995 million.
Maintenance: $2,119 per month.
Agents: Maria Manuche and Sharon Held, the Corcoran Group.