It troubled me the last time this unit went on the market, nearly two years ago. And it bothered me when I saw it again a few weeks ago.
The co-op was listed for $660,000 in October and now is at $589,000, after three reductions, with maintenance of $1,022. In an 1886 brownstone in a low 80s Central Park block, it is said to contain one bedroom and one and a half baths.
There are exposed brick walls, a wood-burning fireplace, a spiral staircase and three windows described as “grand.” (They are, actually.) Continue reading