At the top of our list is this gorgeous West Village 2-bedroom penthouse with French doors that lead to a terrace with sweeping skyline views. The unit is located in One Sheridan Square, a registered landmark built in 1920 in the Greenwich Village Historic District. The building is pet-friendly and offers a live-in super. Listed by John Carapella of Compass.
Priced far below the neighborhood median of $1,195,000, this Park Slope co-op became a user favorite and is now under contract. This 2-bedroom apartment sits close to Prospect Park and features private roof space with views of Brooklyn and Manhattan that are ideal for summer barbecues. The building offers a bike room and storage and allows gifts and parents buying. Listed by Paul Paglia of Garfield.
This bright 1-bedroom in Brooklyn Heights sits on a tree-lined street, steps from the scenic promenade. There’s natural light throughout the apartment, even in the bathroom — a skylight illuminates the charming white tiles. The nine-unit prewar building is pet-friendly and allows gifts. Listed by Robert Esposito of Compass.
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At more than $500,000 below the neighborhood median, this Prospect Heights 2-bedroom impressed users with its private garden and proximity to Prospect Park. In addition to its ideal location, the co-up unit also offers a wood-burning fireplace to maximize coziness. The three-unit building from 1910 is pet-friendly and offers a bike room and storage. It also allows gifts and parents buying. Listed by Paul Paglia of Garfield.
As a sponsor sale, this cheery 1-bedroom co-op unit does not require board approval. It’s got funky, exposed-brick walls and a living room with northern exposure for optimal skyline views. Plus, it’s located at a lively intersection between West 4th Street and Bleecker. The 24-unit building from 1900 has a bike room and allows for pied-à-terre buying and pets. Listed by Cecilia Brignole of Time Equities.
Now under contract, this stylish 2-bedroom co-op unit in Brooklyn Heights offers high ceilings and large windows. Ultimately, the building itself is what really stands out. The landmarked prewar co-op was built in 1926, yet it boasts an elevator, laundry on each floor, a fitness center and a community room. The building also allows for sublets. Listed by Sunny Pyun of Corcoran Group.