Out and About: Units with too much personality always have a hard time finding the right buyer

Pumpkin, sienna, squash or terracotta--whatever you call the color of the built-ins and walls narrows the market for this $2.75 million apartment.

When an apartment shows beautifully, it always is a pleasure for me to look around.  The Upper West Side co-op shown here was no exception.

But I don’t see how it can find a buyer quickly, even with a price cut last month by $225,000, to $2.75 million, after just three weeks on the market; monthly maintenance is $3,432.

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