The winning bid for this house on 176th St. In Jamaica went $92,000 over the minimum of $158,000.
With six properties withdrawn prior to the sale, an estate auction conducted today by Queens Public Administrator Lois Rosenblatt produced income for the city totaling $4.405 million.
That sum was $797,000 greater than the minimums for all the remaining apartments and houses, exceeding the total by 22 percent.
The highest bid was for a Brooklyn multifamily building, which had a $604,000 minimum and which went down for Continue reading
Multifamily building in Brooklyn with $604,000 minimum bid
An estate auction of a Brooklyn multifamily building, five apartments and 17 single-family houses will be conducted Dec. 13 starting at 11 a.m., according to an announcement by Queens Public Administrator Lois Rosenblatt.
Minimum prices range from $78,000 for a one-bedroom co-op in Jackson Heights to $$604,000 for an apartment building in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn.
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Living room of 101 W. 23rd St., Unit 3J, in Manhattan.
A two-bedroom, one-bath co-op in the heart of Chelsea is to be among the properties auctioned Aug. 4 starting at 11 a.m.
Other properties on the block include a single-family house in Pelham Gardens, the Bronx; a two-family residence in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn; and a two-family house in Springfield Gardens, Queens.
The renovated 950-sf Chelsea apartment, Continue reading
Ordered by the lender, the auction of this house in the Bronx has an opening bid of $200,000.
Two upcoming auctions will give bidders separate opportunities to buy properties in three boroughs and, from New York City, everything but the kitchen sink that belonged to residents who left no will.
Along with commercial properties in the Bronx, a house in Woodmere, a house in Londonderry, Vt., and a subdivision in Wappingers Falls, Maltz Auctions is is offering bidders the chance to purchase: Continue reading
If you have your heart set on buying an apartment or single-family home in Riverdale or Queens, you may well get a great deal in two separate auctions announced over the weekend.
First, Riverdale in the Bronx. The Solaria, a 20-story condominium on W. 237th Street, towers over the surrounding low-rise neighborhood with a glass-walled facade that echoes the sleek buildings now seen all over Manhattan, the New York Times observes.
It has a rooftop observatory with a telescope, a children’s playroom, an entertainment center and lounge, balconies, on-site parking, large layouts — in short, everything except buyers. As of last week, only 10 buyers had actually closed on apartments, the last in September 2008.
Now the developer is offering the remaining 54 units at auction on Nov. 22 in what Jim Corum, the president of REDC, the California auction company that is handling the sale, called an “accelerated marketing plan.” He said it presumably with a straight face. Continue reading