Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Queens
Manhattan | 617 West End Avenue, No. 13A
Upper West Side Co-op
A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,200-square-foot prewar apartment with French doors and built-in bookshelves in the living room; a windowed eat-in kitchen with a double oven and a Brazilian quartzite island countertop; a primary bedroom with pocket doors and an en suite bath with marble counters; two customized closets in the second bedroom; a windowed second bathroom; and two pantry closets, one large enough for a washer dryer with board approval; on the 13th floor of a 16-story 1925 landmark Neo-Georgian building with a doorman, live-in resident manager, extra storage, laundry room and bike room. Daniella Schlisser, Brown Harris Stevens, 212-906-9348; bhsusa.com
$3,324 a month
This A-line unit has two bathrooms while most have one. The apartment has a large kitchen and six closets.
A-line units do not have central air-conditioning, though the building has storage for window units.
Manhattan | 16 West 16th Street, No. 8DN
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 1,000-square-foot apartment with two front closets; herringbone floors; a balcony off the living, dining and kitchen area; stone countertops; a customized walk-in closet in the bedroom; a bathroom with custom millwork, brass hardware, a glass-enclosed tub and a makeup vanity, on the eighth floor of the Chelsea Lane, a 14-story doorman building with a live-in resident manager, a parking garage, laundry valet and app-controlled laundry machines. Steven Gottlieb, Emily Becker, and June Gottlieb, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 917-575-1225; cbwarburg.com
$1,584 a month
A recent renovation included custom finishes. Even the silverware drawer has its own lighting. The balcony is large enough to fit a table and several chairs.
In-unit laundry is not permitted, though shared laundry is free. Residents must leave the building for a gym and other amenities.
Queens | 30-38 29th Street, No. 5A
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 487-square-foot apartment with a balcony off the open living area; a dishwasher, subway tile backsplash and quartz countertops in the kitchen; pocket doors; a walk-in bedroom closet; a soaking tub in the bathroom; mini-split air-conditioning units; wood floors; and triple pane windows, on the fifth floor of Petra, a seven-story all-electric building with a roof deck, laundry room, bike room, Amazon lockers, storage units, on-site parking and Latch smart-lock access. Gregory Kyroglou and Eli Kamitsis, Modern Spaces, 917-916-6776; modernspacesnyc.com
Common charges: $559 a month
Taxes: $489 a month
Forgot your key? Smart locks let you enter with your phone and send guests temporary access codes.
The square footage is on the low side. Storage units cost $15,000.
Given the fast pace of the current market, some properties may no longer be available at the time of publication.
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