The 7 best properties to hit the market this week

Think you’ve seen everything that’s out there to buy? Thankfully in New York there’s always more beautiful apartments to drool over/purchase (if you’re lucky). Take a look at these lovely properties that just hit the market.


Address: 104 Wooster Street #4S

Price: $8,750,000

Type/Size: 3,162 square feet; condo; three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms

The designer of the loft also did Barney’s (so it’s basically the same, without all the Balenciaga).


Address: 45 East 66th Street #2W

Price: $9,950,000

Type/Size: Co-op; 3,450 square feet; three bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms

All of the pre-war details (including the carved ceilings) have been restored.


Address: 115 Central Park West #4A

Price: $6,900,000

Type/Size: Co-op; three bedrooms and four bathrooms

The apartment offers access to the rooftop garden and solarium.


Address: 19 Bethune Street

Price: $10,995,000

Type/Size: Townhouse; 3,700 square feet; four bedrooms and four bathrooms

The house once housed the French Consulate. It is currently a two-family home, but can be converted into whatever you wish.


Address: 161 Grand Street #5B

Price: $3,549,000

Type/Size: Condo; 1,831 square feet; two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms

In addition to this spacious loft, the apartment comes with a storage unit in the basement.


Address: 436 West 20th Street GARDENDPLX

Price: $7,995,000

Type/Size: Condop; 3,700 square feet; four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms 

Just a warning about this beautiful apartment; it’s only open to cash buyers.


Address: 53 Murray Street #1

Price: $5,999,999

Type/Size: Condo; 5,355 square feet; two bedrooms and four bathrooms

Naughty or nice? The listing notes that the current work-out room can be converted into a wine cellar.