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in contract
WEB ID: 21476339

325 East 57th Street, 8C
Midtown East, Manhattan, NY 10022

in contract | Co-op | Built in 1929

1 bed
1 bath
750 Approx. Sqft
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran
$599,999
    • Maintenance/Common Charges: $1,776
    • 30% Down: $179,999.7
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran

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The Details

About 325 East 57Th Street, 8C, Midtown East, Manhattan, NY 10022

ED KOCH QUEENSBORO BRIDGE APPR and 1 AVENUE
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Spacious pre-war one-bedroom in Sutton Place / Co-op
Features:
Approx. 750 sqft
North-facing
Recently renovated kitchen
High ceilings (9 feet tall)
Oversized windows
Hardwood floors
Fireplace (decorative)Newly reglazed tub

Exposure:
North facing living room oversized windows
South-West facing kitchen windows
South facing bathr...

key features

  • Elevator
  • Pet friendly
  • Prewar detail
  • Doorman
  • Full city view
  • Good light
  • No Smoking
  • Pass-Through kitchen
  • Traditional kitchen
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    Midtown East

    Midtown East may very well be the only neighborhood in Manhattan where you can look up and see the stars. Of course, you’ll likely be staring at the muralled ceiling of Grand Central, but what’s wrong with that? The historic Beaux-Arts train hall is positively gorgeous and is only one of several significant masterworks in Midtown East—a list that includes the Chrysler Building, Plaza Hotel, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and more. Along with its sibling to the west, Midtown East also encompasses the world’s largest central business district. However, there is plenty of living room among the grand architecture and business offices. Luxe co-ops and condos—themselves often housed in impressive, towering structures—are the dominant type of residence. Still, you’ll find low-rise apartments and even townhouses further east into the Turtle Bay and Sutton areas. With stunning skyline and riverside views—plus bountiful transit options—Midtown East is a hub for Manhattan’s action.

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    about the building

    325 East 57Th Street

    Apartment Building in Midtown East

    Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge Appr And 1 Avenue

    • 61 UNITS
    • 15 STORIES
    • 1929 BUILT
    325 East 57Th Street image

    about the building

    325 East 57Th Street

    Apartment Building in Midtown East

    Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge Appr And 1 Avenue

    • 61 UNITS
    • 15 STORIES
    • 1929 BUILT

    Building Sales History

    Sales History for 325 EAST 57 TH STREET

    dateunitpriceapprox. sq. ft.bedsbaths
    01/27/202112A$1,540,000160033
    10/09/20198B$1,150,000021
    04/24/201716C$710,000011

    Sales History for 325 East 57th Street, 8C

    datepricelisting status
    08/21/2017$649,000Sold (asking: $649,000)
    05/05/2004$385,000Sold (asking: $435,000 -11.5%)

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    Total$4,160.71/Month
    • Principal & Interest$2,384.71
    • Property Taxes0
    • Maintenance / Common Charges$1,776
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