Deal Report

310 West 99th Street, #208, Upper West Side
This 750-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bath coop has prewar details galore: herringbone floors, crown moldings, and wood paneling. The elevator’s being updated, so a $47.97 special assessment is in place until January 2011; an additional $30 per month is also being collected to fix a retaining wall.
Asking price: $500,000
Broker: Nick Ferrone, The Corcoran Group

550 Grand Street, #J3E, Lower East Side
This 1000-square-foot apartment is in an elevator building in Co-op Village, the Lower East Side enclave gilded with amenities that include a children’s playspace, 24-hour gym, and a private park. The monthly maintenance is on the low end, at $744.
Asking price: $499,000
Broker: Michael Feldman, Citi-Habitats

130 Bradhurst Avenue, #1104, West Harlem
A small terrace offers even better views of Jackie Robinson Park from this 880-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom spot. Eighty percent of the units at this development have already found buyers, which should help with mortgage approval.
Asking price: $499,000
Brokers: Charlie Lewis and Robert Williams, Warburg Realty

51 Third Street, #2L, Carroll Gardens
The kitchen and bathroom in this two-bedroom coop in an eight-unit brick building were renovated within the last two years. Both bedrooms look onto a garden due north, while the living room faces south.
Asking price: $499,000
Broker: Tracy McLean, The Corcoran Group

118 West 112th Street, #3C, Harlem
This two-bedroom in a prewar condo conversion is on the small side at 639-square-feet, but it boasts high-end fixtures”Carrera marble, Philippe Starck toilets”in its kitchen and bath. There’s private storage for each unit, and it’s two blocks from Central Park.
Asking price: $455,000
Brokers: Norman Horowitz and Tracy Guberman, Halstead Property

318 Knickerbocker Avenue, #3M, Bushwick
This 1100-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bath is in a “green” condo conversion called The Knick. It’s LEED-gold certified, says the broker, and Bushwick Park is only a block away.
Asking price: $450,000
Broker: Tom Le, The Corcoran Group

12 Monitor Street, #3F, Williamsburg
Once a stalled project, this 690-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bath apartment was revived a few months ago. According to the broker, the developer is paying for closing costs through July.
Asking price: $399,000
Broker: Jonathan Tager,

687 West 204th Street, #3C, Inwood
The tenant has moved out of this 1000-square-foot two-bedroom and it’s being readied for a new owner. Bonus: The building allows a 10 percent down payment.
Asking price: $379,000
Brokers: Sabrina Seidner and Susan Eley, Nest Seekers International

790 Riverside Drive, #3C, Washington Heights
Nine hundred-square-feet at this asking price places this two-bedroom below median for the building, which hovers around $436 per-square-foot, according to The broker says the living room’s wide enough so that a third bedroom can be configured into the space.
Asking price: $369,000
Brokers: Max Moondoc and Kathryn Swift, Barak Realty

230 East 71st Street, #A, Upper East Side
This apartment has two foyers and two generously sized bedrooms. It’s on the garden level, but has three windows facing south.
Asking price: $359,000
Broker: Molly Cassese, Bellmarc Realty

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