Around TOWN

July 2017
Susan M. Singer
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker – TOWN Flatiron –
This month has featured listings both in and out of London Terrace, lending opportunities to explore different neighborhoods during this exciting summer. From scenic views over at Kips Bay, to new restaurants opening up near Chelsea, there’s plenty to take in and enjoy.
You’ll also find TOWN’s Q2 business report THE AGGREGATE, showing trends in sales throughout the city.
In other exciting news, my new website, is underway and will be live by the end of this month. It will feature new listings, my how-to guides for renting, buying, and selling, as well as a blog section to stay up-to date on real estate, news, and culture in the city.

343 East 30th Street,  #7-B
Price USD $849,000ListingID: 607952 | Type: Condominium
Common Chgs: $614/month | RET: $547/month
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom  |  Baths: 1
This Kips Bay Towers one bedroom provides you with a spacious home, fully renovated and move-in ready. The open kitchen is outfitted with white, custom designed cabinetry, offering the kind of storage space one normally only finds outside of the city. Grey granite countertops and dining bar provide a crisp, clean look and feel. Your stainless steel Samsung five-burner stove offers both a simmer and high-heat burner and a large capacity oven. All appliances, including the refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, and wine refrigerator have been newly installed with full warranties in place. Full listing here.
Price USD $648,999
ListingID: 305883 | Type: Cooperative
Maintenance: $1,317/month
Bedrooms: Alcove Studio  |  Baths: 1
Ft2/Mt2: 500/46 (aprx)
Innovative and chic, this London Terrace Towers alcove studio offers a private sleeping area; an actual room off the living area. The bedroom is large enough to accommodate a Queen sized bed and 60″ Dresser. With three windows bringing in light and garden views the feeling is open, airy, and serene. A fully renovated bath includes raised ceilings, beautiful marble tiling, and plenty of storage. The huge double closet and storage area above adds plenty of room for any NY fashionista and the windowed kitchen utilizes every inch of space for accommodating your every need. Full listing here.

142 East 49th Street, #9-E
Price USD $639,000ListingID: 8687675 | Type: Condop
Common Chgs: $1,358/month
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom  |  Baths: 1
The Super-convenient Midtown location of this airy One Bedroom home is just one of the benefits you’ll enjoy living here. Apartment 9-E has abundant windows and light in every room without baking in the direct sun! A quaint foyer with coat closet opens into your living room, with plenty of room for a dining table or desk.The kitchen is outfitted with Stainless Steel appliances, including a top-of-the-line Leibeherr refrigerator. The bedroom has windows south and west, wall-mounted TV, and currently accommodates a Queen size bed and over-sized free-standing closet. The old-fashioned tub invites you to soak for hours or just hop in for a quick shower and go back out to meet your friends. There’s bicycle storage, brand new washers and dryers, and a live-in super as well as a part-time doorman. Full listing here.

Image Courtesy Julia Robbs / Airbnb
Located on Manhattan’s West Side between Hell’s Kitchen and the Meatpacking District, Chelsea remains the city’s premier destination for contemporary art. This formerly quiet area has become more traveled lately, largely in part to the development of the High Line as well as an influx of high end shops, restaurants and nightlife destinations.

Eating Your Way Through Major League Baseball
Image Courtesy NYCgo
America’s favorite pastime collides with delicious eats this summer at Citi Field and Yankee Stadium. Regardless of how your team is doing, you’ll never strike out with these top picks interspersed throughout each stadium. In between innings, be sure to stop by one or two of these restaurants and vendors, which include everything from old-timers’ standbys to newcomers’ home runs.

2017 Excellence in Design Awards
Image Courtesy NYC Office of the Mayor / ArchDaily
The New York City Public Design Commission teamed up with Mayor Bill de Blasio to select eleven architectural projects as winners of this year’s Awards for Excellence in Design. Now in its 34th year, the award recognizes projects across all five boroughs that “exemplify how innovative and thoughtful design can provide New Yorkers with the best possible public spaces and services and engender a sense of civic pride.” We’ve compiled a list of some of this year’s standouts, which range from traffic reducers to zoo ziplines!

The Aggregate, Second Quarter 2017
TOWN Residential is pleased to present The Aggregate™, a quarterly analysis of the Manhattan residential real estate market. As New York’s leading fully-integrated residential real estate services firm, TOWN is a sought-after source of Manhattan neighborhood expertise spanning residential sales; leasing; and the marketing, sales, and leasing of property developments. With The Aggregate™, TOWN presents a comprehensive report on sales behavior across distinct asset classes from April to June 2017, and compares those transaction values with quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year values.
Susan M. Singer
Now four months old,
Katie is growing in leaps
and bounds! She’s almost
5 lbs. now and often joins
me on showings, so book
your appointments now!

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