Hi Norah - a listing of mine in the complex just closed at $289,000 last Monday. Is the price on this unit too high? That's an interesting question when it comes to our local Co-op communities (I live in a Nyack Co-op and managed my own building and Salisbury Point for 5 years). Condition of the unit and location in the complex are a big deal in pricing for these Co-ops - even moreso for Salisbury Point. The unit I just sold is located in Building Four - it has a remarkable River View but also is located in building closest to the Tappan Zee Bridge and in the corner of that bulding that is located closest to the Bridge. That unit will have the most "Closeup" view of the bridge construction of any unit in the complex - as you can imagine, to many potential buyers that is not considered an optimum situation. The unit though beautifully maintained was not updated since the early 1990s.
The unit listed here is in the building furthest away from the bridge and facing UP the Hudson, not down. It also has extensive and very modern upgrades. Yes, it is smaller than the unit I sold, but the reasons stated above had an influence on the sale price. It all depends on you - the price range on this unit is not outside possiblity, you must ask yourself whether the updates and the view and the screening from the Bridge are worth it to YOU. Real Estate prices, above all, are based on "what the market will bear" - in other words, if the price works for the buyer it can sell at that price.
I must admit I love Co-op living and can highly recommend it! Good Luck on your search and feel free to contact me with any other questions you might have!