Topping our most popular list is this sunny, south-facing 1-bedroom co-op in Kips Bay. A spiral staircase leads upstairs to the bedroom with private terrace, perfect for taking in city skyline views. There’s also the option to add a second bathroom. Subletting and pied-à-terres are allowed. Listed by Melissa Leifer of Keller Williams.
With an asking price far below the neighborhood median of $895,000, it’s easy to see why this Upper West Side co-op was a user favorite, and it’s now under contract. Packed with prewar charm, this 1-bedroom unit is a mere two blocks from Central Park and is in the middle of all the attractions the Upper West Side has to offer. Pied-à-terre use, subletting and co-purchasing are all allowed. Listed by Laura Cook of Keller Williams.
Here’s a visually interesting West Village duplex that has an open floor plan, exposed brick, and high ceilings. But the pièce-de-résistance is a spiral staircase leading up to the master bedroom and private roof deck with views of the Empire State Building. Pets are allowed and there’s laundry in the building. Listed by Melissa Leifer of Keller Williams.
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This bright 2-bedroom, 2-bath penthouse offers plenty of room to roam, including two separate private outdoor spaces and a study. There’s a small balcony off the living room, but the big jewel is a 550-square-foot roof deck on the second floor. The incredibly low monthlies ($712) will make you do a double take if the outdoor space hasn’t done so already. A deeded parking space can be purchased separately. Listed by Yuval Vidal of Citi Habitats.
This modern 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom co-op offers the best of indoor and outdoor living for just under $1 million. The unit boasts luxury finishes, central air, and heaps of private outdoor space, including a terrace and roof deck. Gifting, co-purchasing, pied-à-terre use and subletting is permitted. Listed by Donald Kemper of Douglas Elliman.
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