Walk-up apartment


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Walk-up apartment

Apartment without an elevator, usually five stories or less.
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four-story walk-up apartment building with six apartments and two commercial units was built in 1907.
1,100,000 for a five-story walk-up apartment building containing 20 units, located on East 74th Street in Manhattan, New York.
2,200,000 for a six-story walk-up apartment building containing 25 units and 2 stores, located on Ludlow Street in Manhattan, New York.
A new mortgage for $1,500,000 on a 5-story walk-up apartment building on East 115th Street in New York, NY.
The number of Bronx walk-up apartment buildings sold in the first half of 2006 nearly doubled over the prior half (second half of 2005), an indication that investors have "discovered" this market.
A new mortgage for $823,000 on a 14-unit, 3-story walk-up apartment building on 6th Avenue in Brooklyn, NY.
A new mortgage for $1,560,000 on a purchase of an 8-unit, 5-story walk-up apartment building on Madison Avenue in New York, NY.
3,350,000 for a five-story walk-up apartment building containing 57 units, located on Sickles Street in Manhattan, New York.
5,885,000 for a six-story and four-story walk-up apartment buildings containing a total of 38 units and 1 store, located in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan, New York.
Two contiguous walk-up apartment buildings at 241 and 245 Ocean Parkway that represented the highest price ever paid for rent stabilized buildings in the Kensington section of Brooklyn were sold in an all-cash transaction valued at $4,150,000.
1 million in permanent money was obtained by Richard Pergolis for a four-story, walk-up apartment building on W.
75 million for two contiguous five-story, walk-up apartment buildings containing 63 units, located on Cabrini Blvd.