Two Carnegie Hill Co-ops Sell After Hefty Price-Chops

Two Carnegie Hill co-ops sell after hefty price chops.

It’s almost a trend: To sell a co-op in Carnegie Hill, chop!

Attorney James R. Triedman bought a nine-room co-op on 14 East 90th Street in Carnegie Hill for $3.65 million, according to a deed filed with the city on July 16, after the price was chopped from the original March asking of $4.25 million.

According to the listing, the co-op—sold by insurance company vice president Marc Feinberg through Douglas Elliman broker Suzanne Sealy on July 16—has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, “[s]tunning proportions, high ceilings, classic architectural details and oversized windows.”

One would hope at least one of those oversized windows overlooks the nearby Central Park water reservoir.

Also, according to a deed filed on July 13, Wall Street investment strategist Jason Trennert bought a nine-room co-op at 22 East 88th Street for $3.25 million—after a price cut of over $1 million from September’s original asking of $4.695 million. The co-op, with both city and Central Park views, comes equipped with a library, windowed kitchen, formal dining room, and even a specially tiny maid’s room.

Paul and Tracy Taylor sold the co-op through Brown Harris Stevens broker Joanne Greene. Two Carnegie Hill Co-ops Sell After Hefty Price-Chops