Big reveal: $795K for a bubblegum-hued Upper East Side co-op

Big reveal: $795K for a bubblegum-hued Upper East Side co-op


Al Siedman of VHT, courtesy The Corcoran Group

Did you guess the correct asking price?

For this week’s Pricespotter, one person in the comments guessed the exact asking price of this very pink Upper East Side co-op, and that was—drumroll, please—Views4Days. The price tag for the apartment is $795,000.

The one-bedroom apartment, as we previously said, is filled with lots of pink details, so it would need some work if you’re not a fan of that color. It comes with six closets, including a a walk-in one, a dishwasher, one bathroom, and a decently sized living room.

It sits within a 21-story building that has an elevator, a gym, bike storage, and a recreation room. It’s located at 200 East 74th Street, between Second and Third avenues, near the Q train at 72nd Street and a 10-minute walk to Central Park.

Maintenance charges come in at $1,128/month. The apartment is listed with Caroline Bass of Corcoran.

Let’s take a look at the floorplan one more time:


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