$2 Million and Up
1 Morton Square, Apt. 2EW
$2.535 million two-bedroom
This condo’s asking price is 12 percent less than this very chic building’s average, and the apartment has river views.
It’s a bargain because: It’s on only the second floor. (Though this second floor is higher than most.)
Broker: Darren Sukenik, Prudential Douglas Elliman.
135 Greene Street
$3.495 million two-bedroom loft
Lots of classic Soho charmóeleven-and-a-half-foot ceilings, huge windows all aroundówithout the blandness of new lofts. And scale: It’s 35 feet by 81 feet.
It’s a bargain because: The price per square foot is atypically low.
Broker: Siim Hanja and Confidence Stimpson, Stribling & Associates.
610 Park Avenue
$4.25 million five-room
The admittedly commanding price is far lower than the $2,700-per-square-foot average in this Park Avenue prewar.
It’s a bargain because: A few deals have fallen through here, and the price has been dropped to get things moving.
Broker: Michele Kleier, Gumley Haft Kleier.