Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn
Manhattan | 4 West 16th Street, No. 9B
A one-bedroom, two-bath, 1,400-square-foot co-op that has a large eat-in kitchen with a double sink and a modular island with an onyx countertop; barrel-vault ceilings in the step-down living area; a primary bedroom with four closets, a steam tub and double sink in the en suite bath, plus an additional sleeping area or office space; a washer and dryer; central air-conditioning and a complimentary storage unit, in a 1902 building that formerly held a printing press, with a superintendent, laundry room, video intercom and bike room. Amy Mendizabal, Compass, 305-546-5464; compass.com
Common charges: $3,362 a month
The kitchen offers abundant storage, as does the rest of the apartment. Ingredients are easy to grab at the nearby Whole Foods, Union Square Greenmarket and Trader Joe’s.
The building lacks outdoor space and other amenities, though it’s a block from Union Square Park. The monthly maintenance fee is a bit high.
Manhattan | 249 East Seventh Street, No. 18
East Village Co-op
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 490-square-foot apartment with a pass-through kitchen, a bedroom dividing wall with a motorized window shade, a windowed marble bathroom with a rain shower, 11-foot ceilings, walnut floors and a complimentary storage unit, in a five-story 1910 building with two courtyards, a roof deck, a bike room and video intercom. Frances Wilson, BOND New York, 646-637-6387; bondnewyork.com
Common charges: $616 a month
A recent renovation resealed the exposed brick, soundproofed the walls and replaced the windows. Building residents use the outdoor spaces to garden and compost together.
Some may prefer a closet over the bedroom’s open wardrobe. There’s no bathtub and the kitchen sink is small. It’s a fifth-floor walk-up.
Brooklyn | 420 12th Street, No. J1R
Park Slope Duplex
A three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath, 1,250-square-foot co-op with an open kitchen and living area that has a dishwasher and a half-bath on the first floor, and a primary bedroom with a wall of closets on the second floor, plus a lofted office space, a washer dryer, and a fenced-in patio, in the four-story Ansonia Court. Jessica Buchman and Susanna Studwell, Corcoran, 917-579-8641; corcoran.com
Common charges: $1,606
Each unit line in this cozy complex has its own entrance from the central courtyard. Oversized windows, exposed brick and 12-foot beamed ceilings remain from the building’s days as a 19th-century clock factory.
The second and third bedrooms are small. There aren’t many closets and, aside from a spot for bikes and strollers outside, there’s no extra storage for residents.
Given the fast pace of the current market, some properties may no longer be available at the time of publication.
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