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Real Estate Sales Neighborhd

Address

Price

Bed Bath Agent

Flatiron

5 E 22 St.

$1,425,550

Little Italy

161 Grand St.

$3,350,000 2

2

Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc.

Battery Park City30 W St.

$1,450,000 2

2

Djk Residential

Flatiron

16 W 16 St.

$1,925,000 3

2

Town Residential

Battery Park City377 Rector Place

$1,730,000 2

2

Douglas Elliman

Flatiron

16 W 16 St.

$695,000

1

Douglas Elliman

Lower E Side

455 Fdr Drive

$450,000

1

1

Loho Realty

22 Renwick St.

$3,767,525

Battery Park City30 W St.

$1,713,000 2

Chelsea

166 W 18Th St.

$1,260,000

Chelsea

130 W 20 St.

$1,320,000 1

1

Chelsea

333 W 21 St.

$500,000

1

1

2

1

Flatiron

23 E 22 St.

$3,512,962 2

2

Brown Harris Stevens

Soho

Flatiron

10 W 15 St.

$415,000

1

Modern Spaces

Soho

210 Lafayette St.

$3,100,000 2

2

Douglas Elliman

Douglas Elliman

Gramercy Park 145 E 15 St.

$445,000

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1

Warburg

Soho

505 Greenwich St.

$5,850,000 5

4

Douglas Elliman

Corcoran

Gramercy Park 305 2 Ave.

$1,100,000 1

1

Cantor And Pecorella

Soho

210 6 Ave.

$535,000

1

1

Halstead Property

93 Worth St.

$1,578,288

Corcoran

Chelsea

133 W 22 St.

$2,000,000 1.5 2

Town Residential

Gramercy Park 300 E 23 St.

$1,150,000 1

1

Douglas Elliman

Tribeca

Chelsea

655 6 Ave.

$3,810,000 2

Douglas Elliman

Gramercy Park 34 Gramercy Park

$1,350,000 4

1

Warburg

Tribeca

93 Worth St.

$490,370

Chinatown

50 Bayard St.

$730,000

Gramercy Park 145 E 15 St.

$510,000

1

Corcoran

Tribeca

80 Chambers St.

$1,228,000

E Village

425 E 13 St.

$750,000

1

1

Town Residential

Gramercy Park 201 E 21 St.

$715,000

Tribeca

93 Worth St.

$789,144

E Village

383 E 10 St.

$1,100,000 2

1

Corcoran

Gramercy Park 1 Irving Place

$1,795,000 2

E Village

625 E 6 St.

$632,500

1

1

Corcoran

E Village

70 E 10 St.

$2,495,000 2

2

Douglas Elliman

Financial District21-23 South William St. $795,000 Financial District88 Greenwich St.

$820,000

Financial District55 Wall St.

$999,999

Financial District120 Greenwich St.

$676,000

Financial District3 Hanover Square

$625,000

Financial District123 Washington St.

$2,316,518

Financial District15 Broad St.

$1,250,000

1

Financial District20 W St.

$728,000

Financial District123 Washington St.

$2,234,305 2

Financial District15 William St.

$890,000

AGING IN PLACE SENIORS Making plans to stay in your home now can help for the future Most people prefer to stay in their home or apartment for as long as possible. The best way to make this a reality is to plan ahead of time to make the amenities in your home as safe and accessible as possible. It can be hard to imagine that tasks around the house that were once done with ease can

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Corcoran

one day pose a challenge. Anticipating the challenge and planning accordingly may allow you to remain in your home for an extended period of time. Often, with some minor modifications, your home can be adapted to help you stay as long as possible even with some loss of mobility.

Home Modifications Living at home longer may mean renovating a home to make it more accessible. This can include such things as installing ramps to bypass stairs, building a bedroom on the main floor, placing grab bars in the shower, changing the height of kitchen countertops or making a bathroom safer and more accessible. Before you make home modifications, you should evaluate your current and future needs by going through your home room by room and answering a series of questions to highlight where changes might be made. Several checklists are available to help you conduct this review. The National Resource Center on Supportive Housing and Home Modifications is a good place to start. Go to the center’s

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One Irving Place Realty

Tribeca

57 Reade St.

$960,000

0

1

Brown Harris Stevens

Douglas Elliman

Tribeca

93 Worth St.

$1,781,938

W Chelsea

447 W 18 St.

$2,475,000 2

2

Halstead Property

W Chelsea

410 W 23 St.

$517,500

W Village

49 Downing St.

$8,300,000 3

3

Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc.

W Village

140 Charles St.

$1,725,000 1

1

Town Residential

Greenwich Village

24 5 Ave.

$375,000

Greenwich Village

30 5 Ave.

$3,275,000

Greenwich Village

41 5 Ave.

$1,125,000 1

1

Halstead Property

Greenwich Village

20 E 9 St.

$640,000

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1

Corcoran

Greenwich Village

62 W 11 St.

$810,000

1

1

Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc.

Greenwich Village

60 E 8 St.

$1,476,462

Greenwich Village

101 W 12 St.

$539,000

0

1

Brown Harris Stevens

StreetEasy.com is New York’s most accurate and comprehensive real estate website, providing consumers detailed sales and rental information and the tools to manage that information to make educated decisions. The site has become the reference site for consumers, real estate professionals and the media and has been widely credited with bringing transparency to one of the world’s most important real estate markets.

website at www.homemods. org and click on the link to the “Safety Checklist and Assessment Instrument.”

Getting Help Keeping a house running smoothly requires a lot of hard work. If you are no longer able to keep up with the demands, you may need to hire someone to do laundry, buy groceries, run errands, clean the house or perform any necessary repairs. Those who are unable to perform Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), such as getting in and out of bed, walking, bathing, dressing, and eating, can often continue to stay at home with outside help. There are a number of services that can be brought in to assist with ADLs and other personal care. You can hire someone, such as a personal care aide or home health aide, to help you out a few hours a day or around the clock. Some health care services can be provided at home by trained professionals, such as occupational therapists, social workers or home health nurses. Check with your in-

surance or health service to see what kind of coverage is available, although you may have to cover some of these costs out of pocket. If very specific conditions are met, Medicare will help pay for all or a portion of home health care.

Transportation Declining health often causes a decline in independence and mobility. Many seniors lose the ability to drive or simply feel uncomfortable behind the wheel at night. Investigate transportation options in your area so you can maintain an active social life, get medical care and shop for necessities. You might find family members willing to take you to the grocery store, friends who will drive you to social events, nearby bus routes, reduced fare taxis or senior transportation services funded by a local not-for-profit. Staying in your home should not mean being cut off from community activities you enjoy. Finding new ways to get around, even after you are no longer driving, may allow you to stay engaged and active.

Our Town Downtown April 24th, 2014  

The April 24th, 2014 issue of Our Town Downtown.

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