I agree with Carol below, that between $600 and $1000/foot is indicative. However, maintenance or cc/RETaxes varies wildly in FiDi I've noticed over the years. Also, in my opinion supply is large, while demand is low. Many a customer has said to me "anywhere downtown but FiDi". It's definitely about location and price when investing. As a result, rentals go for less there. If I were you, I'd look for a different location or even cross the bridge to Brooklyn Heights or Dumbo. I just got one of my old Tribeca neighbors a brand new 2 Bedroom in a condo with washer, dryer, and storage in Vinegar Hill/outskirt of Dumbo that should be closing in Sept. for $610,000 with around $600 RET/cc. And views of the Empire State building. I figure I'll have absolutely no trouble renting it out for them for a handy profit. Also, with first time customers for a limited time I offer a 10% rebate of my commission, which, on a $1,000,000 property varies from $2500-$3000 depending on the place after closing. If you're still set on FiDi, I can help you find the best deal I can as well as negotiate relentlessly, giving you comps in particular buildings on actual sales.
Look forward to working with you!
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Charles Rutenberg Realty