Union Square Real Estate and Apartments For Sale
25 Homes and apartments in Union Square
61 Irving Place, Apt 3-AB
105 East 15th Street, Apt 35
12 East 14th Street, Apt 2-A
69 Fifth Avenue, Apt 5-JH
1 Irving Place, Apt U-10B
1 Irving Place, Apt V-16I
69 Fifth Avenue, Apt 8A
7 East 14th Street, Apt 517
14 West 17th Street, Apt 3S
17 East 17th Street, Apt PH
7 East 14th Street, Apt 424
105 Fifth Avenue, Apt 6D
1 Irving Place, Apt G-24A
10 East 14th Street, Apt PHA
15 Union Square West, Apt 6D
15 Union Square West, Apt Penthouse
1 Irving Place, Apt G-9A
108 Fifth Avenue, Apt 11-B
7 East 14th Street, Apt 330
7 East 14th Street, Apt 229
7 East 17th Street, Apt 3-FLR
7 East 14th Street, Apt 408
15 Union Square West, Apt 5-C
7 East 17th Street, Apt 4-FLR
7 East 14th Street, Apt 1415
Union Square Real Estate info
Popular with homebuyers due to its central location, the area surrounding Union Square has a long and fascinating history that dates back to the beginning of the 19th century. Initially, it was a public park space that served as an entrance to New York City, with the area being called Union Place. Later, the park was revamped and renamed Union Square. More lush greenery was added to the park in the 1870s, making it possible to hold large gatherings in the space. Nowadays, it's a vibrant district that has a booming real estate market, with luxury apartments in Union Square selling for top dollar.
The Union Square neighborhood offers multiple significant benefits to buyers, including excellent dining experience and world-class shopping and entertainment. There are plenty of parks, restaurants, and cafes in the area. Additionally, the neighborhood is known for the Union Square Greenmarket, where you can always buy fresh products from the local bakers, farmers, and fishmongers. There's also a holiday animal fair that is held here every year. Traditionally, lots of people attend this exciting event. Union Square also impresses with its variety of statues and sculptures, including statues of U.S. presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, a statue of Mahatma Gandhi as well as the Temperance fountain and other sculptures.
The housing stock in the area is very diverse. There are many condos for sale in Union Square, as well as a handful of co-op buildings. The most in-demand properties are the skyscrapers that overlook Union Square Park.
Some of the more well-known buildings in the neighborhood include the Bank of the Metropolis, the Century Building, the Daryl Roth Theatre, the Decker Building, the Everett Building, the Lincoln Building, the Spingler Building as well as Zeckendorf Towers. Homes for sale in these high-rises are amongst the most expensive in the area.
Union Square Real Estate Sales Trends
The median sale price for an apartment in Union Square is $2,394,380.
Studios in this neighborhood sell at a median price of $545,222.
One-bedroom apartments sell at an average price of $1,250,433.
Two-bedroom apartments command a median sale price of $2,326,636.
Union Square Penthouses for sale
There are currently 3 penthouses for sale in the Union Square neighborhood of Manhattan. Sale prices for penthouses in this neighborhood range from $4,999,500 to $14,950,000.
Union Square Condos for Sale
There are currently 24 condos available for sale in Union Square. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $730,000 to $14,950,000.
Union Square Co-op apartments for Sale
There are currently 39 co-ops available for sale in Union Square. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $360,000 to $3,750,000.
Townhouses and Brownstones for Sale in Union Square
There are currently no townhouses and brownstones for sale in this neighborhood.