You have to feel sorry for the owner of an apartment on the market in the low 90s on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The co-op hasn’t found a solid buyer since April. . . of 2009.
The 1,750-sf unit is on the ground floor of a 1925 building with several amenities between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues. Although used as a residence, it is marketed as a professional suite.
Listed originally for $1.499 million, this three-bedroom, two-bath apartment with a formal dining room held its price until the following October, when it was offered for $1.375 million. A buyer had an accepted offer about a month later and a signed contract within a couple of weeks.
The property’s new listing agent says there were unresolved zoning issues, causing the transaction to fall apart, and Continue reading