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NEW YORK

NEW YORK

NEW YORK

R E A L E S TAT E

NEW YORK

NEW YORK

NEW YORK

MARCY GRAU Stribling & Associates / 212.452.4361 / mgrau@stribling.com

enue on the Upper West Side is currently on the market for $9.6 million and is a “wow!” apartment. On the East Side, 965 Fifth is a lovely six room apartment with a living room and master bedroom facing Central Park. A fabulous 3,400 square foot condo in the West Village is closing soon, and some extraordinary properties will be on the market in the next few weeks, including a Central Park West coop with dazzling views, and a townhouse that’s simply gorgeous. Q: What do you predict for 2017? A: The past few months have been very busy and the number of deals is still increasing. This can be a very good year for New York real estate!

Q: What do you expect from the market this summer? A: I believe we’ll continue to see strong activity in the summer, especially as buyers in the lower end of the market continue to lock in mortgages before rates are raised again. International buyers in the luxury sector have confidence in the US dollar and this sector has strengthened also. Q: Tell us about your listings. A: I have listings in all categories and in many different neighborhoods—from luxury co-ops and condos such as the fantastic coop at 300 West End Avenue featured here to a charming 2 bedroom prewar in Murray Hill and a beautiful one bedroom at 23 West 73. PHB at 300 West End Av-

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300 West End Avenue in New York City: $9.6 million

CO U RTE S Y O F S T R I B L I N G & A S S O C I AT E S

Q: What patterns are you seeing from buyers as the market transitions into spring? A: Buyers are serious and busy. They are eager to purchase properties that are renovated and beautiful and well-priced. Those apartments are snapped up quickly. New developments are in demand. Condos have become more popular than co-ops and, in every sector of the market, staging is critical. People are impressed by clean and uncluttered apartments. They are also willing to look in many different neighborhoods.

Quest April 2017  

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