Model/pro surfer Anastasia Ashley has sold her Miami Beach bungalow for $870,000.
That’s down from the cheery, stylish home’s $1 million asking price, but still up from the $720,000 she paid for it in 2017.
The 1970s, three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is at 518 W. 30th St. At 2,200 square feet, it features lots of closet space, an updated kitchen and a circular driveway.
The listing brokers were Douglas Elliman’s Miltiadis Kastanis and James Hait.
Corcoran’s Steve Gold, a star of Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing New York,” and designer Samuel Amoia, who got his start with Ian Schrager and Andre Balazs, are developing a Catskills hotel called The Aurum, which will feature a residential component and a massive hammam.
Elevated dorm-style living during the time of COVID-19 is coming to Crown Heights. Cohabs, a WeWork-style of residential living, launches in November at 271 New York Ave.
The three-story building, which dates to 1905, features two units with seven bedrooms each. Three people have signed leases so far, says Daniel Clark, Cohabs US managing director.
The first to sign was Julie Siegal, 23, who moves into a $1,150 a month lease for a 115-square-foot bedroom on Nov. 7. Siegal’s bedroom comes furnished with a queen-sized bed, a freestanding closet with a keyless lock and a desk with a comfy chair. She shares a bathroom with one other person. Kitchens, living rooms, dining rooms, movie rooms and gyms are shared.
One unit also has a shared rooftop deck. In the kitchen, each resident has private storage noted by room number and two private shelves in the fridge. Leases range from three months to one year. New residents are “monitored” by the building manager for 14 days prior to their move-in. Visitors must have their temperatures taken and wear masks.
A doctor is on call via a telephone hotline. Cohabs sends in cleaners twice a week to “deep clean” — especially door handles, light switches and remote controls — and the building is kept fully stocked with cleaning supplies and sanitizing solutions for the residents to use as well, Clark says.
Cohabs, founded in Belgium, plans to open in Harlem, near Columbia University, and in East Williamsburg, early next year.
Their target residents are 21- to 35-year-olds. In Belgium, the buildings are known for movie nights, Saturday night dinner parties, weekend getaways with housemates and other Cohabs-organized events, Clark said.