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Union Street, New York, NY 11355, USAUnit 3H

Stock Cooperative, High Rise

Year Built:1955
condo Description
Seller motivate price drop for sale. This is a large move in condition 3 bedroom apartment with abundance of natural light. Updated spacious kitchen with lots of counter space, hood ventilation and ceiling fan, stainless steel appliances, updated hardwood floors, extra smooth walls and two Fredrich wall AC units. Convenient to all - supermarkets two blocks away, library, post office, restaurants, …  Full description
  • Parking space is available for your convenience Parking Spot
  • This condo features hardwood floors Hardwood Floors
  • This property is located in a high-rise building High Rise
  • This condo comes with utilities included Utilities Included
Home Details
Architecture Style
High Rise
High Rise
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Average sale prices for condos as of Mar, 2021.
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1 bed condos$622,232+1.2%
2 bed condos$939,794-11.3%
3 bed condos$2,187,023-16.9%
4+ bed condos$1,213,608-37.4%
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Apartments for sale$1,459,985-16.6%
Lofts for sale$2,807,801+2%
Condos for sale$1,044,086-15%
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Household Income
Median household income: $63,799
Number of households: 3.2M
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Property Taxes
Average range: $3k+
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