The New York Times

February’s Most Popular Properties

By: Michael Kolomatsky
Published: 3/1/2018Source: The New York Times

Featuring Jill Shamoon and Lisa Fitzig’s listing at 136 East 36th Street, Carol Graham’s listing at 452 Prospect Avenue, Park Slope and Caroline Hall, Stephen Geller and Michael Russell’s listing at 430 East 57th Street, Sutton Area



136 East 36th Street, No. 6AG

Murray Hill

A sunny three-bedroom co-op in a prewar doorman building was second most popular. The open layout makes it ideal for entertaining, and the high ceilings make it seem all the more spacious. But be ready to pay about $4,200 a month in maintenance.

Broker Corcoran Group



452 Prospect Avenue

Park Slope South, Brooklyn

Next up, a three-bedroom, two-bath single-family dating to the 1800s. The house has been updated and has an addition out back: a vast, cement-floored space with a high ceiling. A much desired driveway is included.

Broker Corcoran Group



430 East 57th Street, No. 9

Sutton Place Area

Fourth most popular was a renovated Classic Six, with a coveted prewar layout that includes a small maid’s room. In a white-glove building in a swank Manhattan neighborhood, the apartment comes with a doorman and an elevator operator.

Broker Corcoran Group


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