Manhattan | 1 Wall Street, No. 622
Financial District Condo
A one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath, 1,060-square-foot apartment with 10-foot ceilings, ample closets, marble countertops and a garbage disposal in the kitchen, an en suite California king bedroom with radiant-heated bathroom floors, and a washer/dryer, on the sixth floor of a 56-story doorman building with porters, a concierge service, resident manager, gym, lap pool, private restaurant, dog wash, shared terrace, children’s playroom, teen lounge, co-working space, extra storage and a bike room. Kirk Rundhaug, Compass, 917-892-5000; compass.com
Common charges: $1,586 a month
Taxes: $1,387 a month
Along with the building’s extensive amenities, residency includes a membership to the Life Time athletic club on the first level. The apartment offers views of the Corinthian columns and trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Sunlight in the space fades in the afternoon. Storage cases cost $35,000 to $400,000.
Manhattan | 750 Park Ave., No. 7E
Park Avenue Co-op
A roughly 610-foot, one-bath studio with beamed ceilings, ample closets, a marble bathroom, a kitchen that has a pass-through to a breakfast bar, and a terrace overlooking Park Avenue, on the seventh floor of a 17-story doorman building with shared laundry, storage cases and a live-in superintendent. Alexis Hilton Mintz, Fox Residential, 212-639-9758; foxresidential.com
Common charges: $2,024 a month
Assessment: $169 a month through December 2023
The apartment feels spacious and has well-designated areas, including an alcove for a bed. It’s close to Central Park.
The refrigerator is not full-size. There is a $12,500 move-in/out fee. Pets are not permitted.
Queens | 21-30 44th Drive, No. 4F
Long Island City Condo
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 739-square-foot apartment that has a kitchen with marble countertops and a waterfall island, an open living area with a porcelain tile wall, a bathroom with radiant heated porcelain floors, a bedroom with motorized blackout shades, a washer dryer, central air-conditioning and a smart thermostat, on the fourth floor of a nine-story doorman building with a roof deck, grilling stations, a bocce court, gym, pet spa, children’s playroom, residents’ lounge, meeting room, bike room, stroller storage and a live-in resident manager. Drew Glick, Juliana Frei and Edward “Ned” Swain, Brown Harris Stevens, 917-533-2547; bhsusa.com
Common charges: $923 a month
Taxes: $790 a month
The seller added more than $60,000 in custom updates in the past four years. The furnishings are also for sale.
The views are underwhelming and the finishes may not suit everyone’s tastes.
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