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Upper West Side Condo Conversion Achieves Sell-Out

350 W. 71st St., a conversion that combined two historic prewar buildings into one contemporary condominium project on Manhattan’s Upper West Side has sold its one remaining unit. The sale of the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom unit marks a total sell-out of the boutique luxury building.
“It came as no surprise that 350 W. 71st had such strong sales momentum since September,” said David L. Berger, partner at DNA Development along with Alexander J.A. Sachs. “With buyers prioritizing boutique living and thoughtfully designed apartments with impeccable finishes and craftsmanship, this hidden gem was the perfect building to fit their needs.”
Located within the West End Collegiate Historic District, 350 W. 71st was developed by DNA Development, a privately held, vertically integrated real estate investment and development company. Compass Development Marketing Group is the property’s exclusive sales and marketing firm.


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