This 8-unit condo on 43rd Street between 3rd and 4th avenues doesn’t exactly inspire flights of fancy from the outside, and there don’t seem to be any interior listing photos. Anyhow, StreetEasy shows that a few units in the building are back on the market after being pulled in January and, before that, seeing some price decreases last fall. Prices are running between $275,000 and $360,000, according to StreetEasy, and listing descriptions run as follows: “this elegant bldg combines beauty and luxury with the best of modern finishes, granite counter tops, porcelain and hdwd flrs, s.s.appl, video intercom system, balconies and pvt terraces for the top flrs, close to subway, schools and shopping.” Really tough to judge this one given the lack of interior pics. Nevertheless, thoughts on whether these prices are generally in line with the Sunset Park market?
360 43rd Street [StreetEasy] GMAP
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