It is several months since I wrote about an expansive and expensively renovated condo in the 70s east of Broadway on the Upper West Side.
The combined 3,180-sf unit bowled me over in terms of extraordinarily sensible and stylish design. My only complaint was the exposure from a low floor: the walls of the building opposite the apartment.
At the time, I suspected that such a deficit would be an obstacle to its asking price of $5.3 million when it was listed back on Feb. 16. But I didn’t recognize how big a problem it would become.
It was only a matter of time before the price began to drop as the lofty apartment languished on the market. Have a look at its history since it was offered for sale: Continue reading