250 E 53rd St APT 3001, New York, NY 10022

2 beds2.5 baths1,559 sqft

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$3,100,000
Zestimate®: $2,885,529
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Luxury Living in Midtown East
Developed by The Related Companies, whose other projects include Time Warner Center, The Brompton, The Harrison and Superior Ink Condominiums and Townhouses in the West Village, this 2BR/2.5BTH home's interior was designed by Adam D. Tihany, famed designer of Le Cirque, Per Se, the lobby and lounge of the Mandarin Oriental in Hong Kong, the Aleph Hotel in Rome, and other renowned hospitality properties and restaurants throughout the world. The major rooms in the apartment are corners, with walls of oversized solarium windows framing quintessential city views in three directions, from high atop Turtle Bay. The kitchen boasts a julienne-tile marble stone backsplash, granite worktops, and etched-glass and satin walnut cabinets and panels, as well as appliances (including a wine refrigerator!) by Bosch, Miele, Sub-Zero and Viking. The bathrooms include walnut travertine stone countertops and flooring, mosaic and glass-tile walls, and soaking tubs by Kohler and Toto. The Veneto sets the standard for full-service in NYC, with a complete concierge and door staff, and amenities that include Equinox Fitness Lifestyle, an elegant residents' garden and lounge, and a children's playroom, lovingly dubbed "Arcobaleno/Rainbow." Please call for a private showing. We invite you to follow Mindy Diane Feldman via @hometweethomeNY for design, culture, economics, lifestyle & more from NYC!  More Less 

Facts

  • Condo
  • Built in 2006
  • 41 days on Zillow
  • Views: 441 all time views
  • 3 shoppers saved this home
  • Last sold: Jan 2012 for $2,350,000
  • Price/sqft: $1,988
  • MLS #: 12444690

Features

  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Garden

Construction

  • Stories: 32
  • Unit count: 135

Other

  • Floor size: 1,559 sqft
  • Parcel #: 13261119
  • Zillow Home ID: 97544707

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+$50,788 Last 30 days
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$3.03M
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441 all-time (chart)
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Zillow predicts New York home values will rise 2% next year, compared to a 0.8% increase for New York Metro as a whole. Among New York homes, this home is 503.7% more expensive than the midpoint (median) home, and is priced 398.2% more per square foot.

Foreclosures will be a factor impacting home values in the next several years. In New York, the number of foreclosures waiting to be sold is 55.6% lower than in New York Metro, and 92.4% less than the national average. This lower local number could help New York home values rise more quickly than other regions in New York Metro.

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    Other Units in this Building (136)ZestimateBedsBathsSqft
    Apt 607$3.52M32.51,780
    Apt 605$1.18M11763
    Apt 1403$1.63M12970
    Apt 304$1.31M11845
    Apt 904$3.43M331,937
    Apt 3003$1.7M12983
    Apt 2403$1.68M12966
    Apt 707$3.17M----1,780
    Apt 3301$2.9M----1,559
    Apt 2502$2.47M----1,335
    Apt 1603$1.59M----970
    Apt 404$2.71M22.51,438
    Apt 2604$3.4M----1,916
    Apt 801$1.66M121,045
    Apt 1003$1.68M12970
    Apt 2503$2.35M12966
    Apt 3204$3.39M----1,916
    Apt 2101$2.79M22.51,578
    Apt 804$2.55M22.51,438
    Apt 2701$2.91M----1,559

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