And here we are, almost one year later and 90 William is...well, SOLD. For the most part, Corcoran has actually managed to sell almost all of the sponsor units, including even the dark
Incidentally, #14D, a resale unit that we visited but never wrote about, surprisingly sold for $620k, which was the asking price. This apartment is basically a history of the financial crisis in a single unit. It was purchased in early 2009 for $751k after going into contract (we believe) sometime in 2007 (can you say 'dragged to the closing table'?). The buyer then put the unit back on the market 4 months later at $599k and eventually closed for $620k. The seller's agent kept telling us that this one was "not a short sale", which is true, but only because the buyer put down more than $300k (ouch) on the original transaction.
We've always thought 90 William was a good deal and we aren't particularly surprised that the building has sold out. The fact that there are no washers and dryers in the units and that the "be@spot Sky Deck"