BY CARL SWANSON AND KATJA SHAYE
Published: October 27, 1997 , The New York Observer
10 West 66th Street (Park 10)
One-bed, two-bath, 1,000-square-foot postwar co-op.
Asking: $425,000. Selling: $425,000
Maintenance: $925; 47 percent tax-deductible.
Time on market: one week.
UPPER WESTSIDE COUPLE RISES After four years of living in a street-level duplex maisonette at 2250 Broadway, Mina and Gordon Kuhn, a paralegal and a restaurant manager, were looking to move high above the din of Baby Gap stroller traffic. From the sidewalk, the maisonette had a nice prewar look – but inside, it’s clear the apartment was really part of a high-rise building that was erected behind the preserved façade of an old structure. They decided they could live in smaller space but wanted some fresh air. The broker who sold their maisonette, Dexter Guerrieri, went looking for the new apartment and quickly found a 15th-floor co-op just down the block from the massive Reebok Sports Club – where Ms. Kuhn happens to work out. The balcony looks north, affording a nice glimpse into the windows of the Hotel des Artistes on 67th Street. Broker: Vandenberg Real Estate (Dexter Guerrieri); Corcoran Group; Marilyn Korn Real Estate.