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Your question does not have a simple asnwer. If the unit were a co-op or a condo would make a big difference in price. Which avenue on the Upper East Side it is closest to would be a major factor (the further east you go, the less expensive). The number of bedrooms makes a difference in the price per square foot. The floor the unit is on and what it faces (views/no views) are two more factors. So, while this is a good question, there is no one-size-fits-all for a PPSF of a renovated UES apt.
What is clear, however, is that you are trying to learn about the market, and that is great. The best way to learn about the market is to work with a skilled, experienced agent who can take you rhrough all the steps of buying, right through to the closing table. There are nuances at every phase where there is no substitute for a great agent working on your behalf. You will save time, money and aggravation and end up reaching your goal.
Halstead Property, LLC
It depends on many factors and where in UES you are looking. Please give me a call or send me an email when you have time and I'll be able to send you a few listings to give you a better sense of how much it can cost.
Nicolas Puygrenier Ç€ Licensed Real Estate Broker
MONA LISA REAL ESTATE GROUP LLC
419 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10003
Telephone: 917 499 1917
The best thing for you to do is come up with a price range based on your down payment, get an idea of what the maintenance is for a co-op, or the taxes and carrying charges for a condo, and then try to look for an apartment that fits your budget. If you would like me to help you out with that end of things, let me know.
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This will vary depending on the particular building. Give me a call, text or email at any time and I can get you specific information.
Rafael Barbosa | Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
1456 First Avenue | New York, NY 10021
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But more importantly, what type of ownership is it? A co-op or fee simple?
It would suffice to say that about $1000-$1200 psf would be a good ballpark to begin with.
Feel free to reach out to me if I can help in your search for a new home.
Jennifer A. Chiongbian
SVP/ Licensed Associate Broker
Member, Real Estate Board of NY
Associate Member, Appraisal Institute