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Taking Inventory: Grand Street

Every single apartment for sale, from Wooster Street to just shy of the East River.

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75 Grand St., Apt. 5E
A classic Soho loft: light-flooded, top-floor, sleeps three, overlooks a quiet block. The 1898 building has a birdcage elevator, and the apartment’s ceiling is pressed tin.
$1.52 million


96 Grand St., sixth-floor apartment
This funky floorwide loft is a conversation piece. It was once a social club, complete with mini ice-skating rink (now under the kitchen) and bowling lanes.
$3.75 million


129 Grand St., Apt. 4
An elegant, wide corner loft with sophisticated accoutrements: Waterworks baths, a remote-operated screen in the media room, and a European-style kitchen. With four real bedrooms, it’s family-friendly too.
$3.95 million


161 Grand St., Apt. 2B
This Solita two-bedroom loft is high on drama, with ceilings exceeding eleven feet, tall arched windows, and an expansive chef’s kitchen.
$2.395 million


Apt. M1006  

383 Grand St.
Welcome to Seward Park, the westernmost development in the Co-op Village, Grand Street’s conglomeration of towering, brown-brick high-rises paving the way to the Williamsburg Bridge. It’s former union housing from the sixties, so the apartments vary in states of renovation. But it’s hard to beat the low prices in this classic Lower East Side cache located mere blocks from the Pickle Guys and Kossar’s Bialys.

Apt. M1006: $709,000
Two-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 1,000 square feet.
Maintenance: $652.
(Jacob Goldman, LoHo Realty.)

Apt. M1206: $720,000
Two-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 1,180 square feet.
Maintenance: $661.71.
(Meredith Weiss and Andrew Luttner, the Rudd Group.)


385 Grand St.
Another bargain building in Seward Park, which is also located within the prime School District 2.

Apt. L1205: $430,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 700 square feet.
Maintenance: $448.
(Jacob Goldman, LoHo Realty.)

Apt. L307: $475,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 800 square feet.
Maintenance: $478.
(Jacob Goldman, LoHo Realty.)

Apt. L508: $499,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 800 square feet.
Maintenance: $487.
(Meredith Weiss and Andrew Luttner, the Rudd Group.)

Apt. L805: $465,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 700 square feet.
Maintenance: $437.50.
(Meredith Weiss and Andrew Luttner, the Rudd Group.)

413 Grand St.
Another Seward Park building, farther from the Lower East Side buzz but closer to the complex’s new children’s playground (water park included), with indoor and outdoor garages.

Apt. F1203: $500,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 800 square feet.
Maintenance: $522.
(Meredith Weiss and Andrew Luttner, the Rudd Group.)

Apt. F1603: $595,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 850 square feet.
Maintenance: $500.
(Ann Rothman, Bellmarc.)

415 Grand St., Apt. E1208
This 800-square-foot one-bedroom apartment has a balcony and northern Empire State Building views.
$575,000


417 Grand St.
(Description same as for 413.)

Apt. D406: $650,000
Two-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 1,000 square feet.
Maintenance: $597.
(Jacob Goldman, LoHo Realty.)


Apt. A5DE  

500 Grand St.
Part of the Co-op Village’s Hillman Houses, 500 Grand has prime placement; the complex sits near charming Lower East Side architectural treasures like St. Mary’s Church and the Bialystoker Synagogue. Apartment A5DE is a luxurious find among the smaller places usually listed in the area.

Apt. A5DE: $1.295 million
Four-bedroom, two-bath co-op; 1,600 square feet.
Maintenance: $1,300.
(Neal Young and Alan Pfeifer, Halstead.)

Apt. B9B: $450,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 800 square feet.
Maintenance: $475.
(Jacob Goldman, LoHo Realty.)

Apt. B10B: $450,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 800 square feet.
Maintenance: $449.
(Jeremy Bolger, Real Estate Services.)


504 Grand St.
Built in 1929, these buildings in the Amalgamated complex are unique in the Co-op Village; they’re Art Deco prewars, with a lushly landscaped courtyard and fountain.

Apt. G12: $700,000
Two-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 900 square feet.
Maintenance: $458.
(Anthony Bellino, independent broker.)


Apt. C54  

Apt. C54: $760,000
Two-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 1,050 square feet.
Maintenance: $532.
(Amanda J. Young and Ryan Young, Corcoran.)

Apt. E21: $425,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 750 square feet.
Maintenance: $356.
(Dennis Feldman and Peter Feldman, Corcoran.)

Apt. E25: $440,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 600 square feet.
Maintenance: $360.
(Anthony Bellino, independent broker.)

530 Grand St.
Located among the leafy byways of the Co-op Village’s Hillman Houses, the apartments in buildings D, E, and F are finds among the Village’s relics; E3E’s kitchen is renovated, D10A has swooping views, and F1C has been reimagined with one-of-a kind details like an inlaid brick floor in the kitchen and a turned-page medicine cabinet in the bathroom.

Apt. D10A: $580,000
Two-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 1,000 square feet.
Maintenance: $732.
(Jeremy Bolger, Real Estate Services.)

Apt. D5C: $690,000
Two-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 1,000 square feet.
Maintenance: $627.
(Jacob Goldman, LoHo Realty.)


Apt. D7C  

Apt. D7C: $625,000
Two-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 1,100 square feet.
Maintenance: $643.
(Jeremy Bolger, Real Estate Services.)

Apt. F1C: $450,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 750 square feet.
Maintenance: $387.
(Jacob Goldman, LoHo Realty.)

Apt. E3E: $450,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 800 square feet.
Maintenance: $481.
(Jacob Goldman, LoHo Realty.)

Apt. E5G: $395,000
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 700 square feet.
Maintenance: $429.
(David Rossman, Eastpointe Properties.)

Apt. F9F: $595,000
Two-bedroom, one-bath co-op; 1,000 square feet.
Maintenance: $672.
(Joanne Wenig and Kevin Meath, Stribling.)


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