According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Manhattan in the month of March was $1,125,000. The price represents an increase of 4.6% from last year’s median price of $1,076,000. The number of sales increased from 966 to 1,237 representing a year-over-year increase of 28%.
Linecity pulled the monthly sale numbers for March from city data sources on April 15th. Due to the lag in city recording of closed sales data, these numbers may be incomplete and subject to change in future reports.
What exactly does $1.125 million get you in Manhattan? Let’s take a closer look.
63 East 9th Street, aka Randall House, is a postwar co-op located on the northwest corner of Broadway and East 9th Street in the heart of Greenwich Village. The mid-rise building is within easy walking distance to Union Square to the north and Washington Square Park to the South.
Apartment 3-S is a perfect one bedroom in move-in condition. Tall ceilings, wide plank floors, custom lighting, rich crown moldings and southern light are consistent throughout the residence.
The renovated kitchen is the focal point of the home. It opens into the living space with an extended island. It runs twelve feet in length, starting just outside the foyer and ending at the dining alcove. Light-colored shaker style top and bottom cabinetry and a floor-to-ceiling pantry provides ample storage. Granite countertops and a tumbled marble backsplash provide a handsome compliment. There is a stainless steel appliance package. A coved ceiling above the kitchen is an added touch.
63 East 9th Street rises 14 floors and contains 227 apartments. There is a full-time doorman as well as a resident manager. Amenities include a garage, bike and common storage and laundry facilities (every floor). Apartment 3-S at 63 East 9th Street was first introduced to the market in July 2020. The listing was represented by Kane Manera and Kasey C. Glueck of Corcoran. Please visit Linecity for more details.