With 1,788 square feet of space and a roomy, south-facing garden, this East Village condo is proving immensely popular — like 319 saves popular. The bedrooms fit king-size beds and feature private bathrooms, along with motorized blinds over their generous windows. Built in 2008, this pet-friendly boutique condo building contains only five units and offers both parking and storage. Timothy Edwards of R New York is the one to call.
Here’s an airy penthouse unit with panoramic Manhattan views to be enjoyed from its oversized windows and spacious private roof deck — and for $100,000 below the neighborhood median. The unit has an in-unit washer and dryer, and the building offers a fitness center, gym and package room. Listing by Nicole Galluccio of Corcoran Group.
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This elegant Upper East Side co-op sits steps from Central Park and offers a classic prewar aesthetic for under $1 million. More than 170 users have saved the listing, perhaps due to its fine details (beamed ceilings, moldings, working fireplace) and luxurious kitchen. David Dubin of Douglas Elliman has the listing.
This sunny Gramercy Park co-op is selling for more than $400,000 below the neighborhood median, but sits close to the green space and subway options of Union Square. The south-facing apartment features a large foyer and living room, along with three closets. The full-service building includes a gym, possible garage parking, live-in super and additional storage. Contact Margaret Calarco of Douglas Elliman.
This newly renovated Fort Greene co-op has wall-to-wall windows and a modern kitchen. Within the sunny living room, the custom shelving is ideal for showing off your book or record collection. The asking price here is nearly $300,000 below the neighborhood median, and the building includes a full-time doorman, children’s playroom, live-in super and garage parking. Listing by Tricia Lee of Compass.
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