Part 3 Market Report for Georgetown Plaza TWO BEDROOM in Manhattan New York

This is part 3 Market Report for Georgetown Plaza TWO BEDROOM condo unit for 2011.

You can read about other market reports by clicking these links. Georgetown Plaza Part 2- One Bedroom apartments  and Georgetown Plaza Part 1- Studio Size Apartment Market Report here.

This 2011 Year in Review for Georgetown Plaza Market Report has details the sales activity that took place in Georgetown Plaza.  There will be a breakdown of the various sized apartments and its closing prices, original asking prices, and other specific information for each type of apartment.

Keep in mind that we utilized use a number of different resources to cross reference sales figures, any reference to asking prices estimates or specific layouts.  These numbers may be updated as new information presents itself.  In regards to sizes of apartments, we rely on the building offering plan and various online websites as a reference tool, however any reference to a size of an apartment is approximate.


Two Bedroom 2 Bathrooms at Georgetown Plaza

Apartment Closing Price Original Asking Price
31E $2,210,000 $2,200,000
34B*-Two Bed/1 Bathroom $1,450,000 $1,450,000
23F $1,345,000 $1,645,000
22K $1,300,000 N/A

The price range for a true 2 bedroom/2 bathroom at Georgetown Plaza at 60 East 8th Street, starts in the $1.3 Million dollar range and can go up to the $2,500,000.
The Two Bedroom 2 Bathroom apartment had a wide range of sales at Georgetown Plaza, 60 East 8th Street in 2011.  This was a result of a range of apartments coming on the market. Georgetown Plaza has a couple of different two bedroom layouts, some larger than others, some with outdoor space, and different exposures.  These differences along with the condition of the renovation of the apartment played a large role in the pricing of each individual apartment.  The apartments that have been recently renovated and on the higher floors in the building sold for the highest prices in 2011.  We would expect this to be a common theme in 2012.  

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