The most popular sale in January was this 2-bedroom co-op. It stands out for its practical layout and abundant natural light, though it is a four-story walk-up. The energy you expend on the stairs, however, you’ll save on the walk to subway, with the Seventh Avenue Q train stop just down the block. Listed by Lisa Garcia and Cynthia Fazio of Compass.
The second-most popular listing in January was a generously sized 3-bedroom co-op. The apartment comes with a full-time doorman, in-unit washer and dryer, and elegant prewar details. What really stands out, though, is the abundance of storage space: there are seven closets, plus a kitchen pantry. Listed by Sally Musikantow of Douglas Elliman.
The third-most popular sale in January is already in contract after hitting the market just a day into the new year. The property offers the rare combination of a full-service doorman building and low monthlies. After a 2o percent down payment, buyers will be on the hook for monthly payments of about $2,366. Listed by Janet Shin and David Gomez Pearlberg of Compass.
Fourth on the list is a co-op on the Upper East Side. It’s already in contract after less than two weeks on the market, and there’s no surprise why. The apartment is in great shape and offers some lovely built-ins, in addition to a wood-burning fireplace. Listed by Leah Kelly and LeAnn M. Waldron of Sotheby’s International Realty.
This West Village 2-bedroom is a rare find, both for its price and its condition. The property is asking a fraction of the $2.4 median price for a 2-bedroom in the neighborhood. It is, however, a real fixer-upper, and requires a complete gut renovation. Listed by Jules Borbely and Joseph Hall of Oxford Property Group.
This lofted 1-bedroom is located directly across from the Brooklyn Museum and Botanic Gardens, and offers the ideal balance of design and convenience. You get exposed brick and beams, plus a washer and dryer in-unit. With a 20 percent down payment, monthly costs come to about $2,751. Listed by Joe Ryan and Maria Ryan of Compass.
The seventh-most popular sale in January is this prime Fort Greene 2-bedroom. The co-op is located on the fourth floor of a stunning, extra-wide brownstone on one of the neighborhood’s most picturesque blocks. Inside, the unit balances modern touches with exposed brick walls. Listed by Samantha Behringer and Chad Santik of Douglas Elliman.
Another fixer-upper was among the most popular sales of January. This one is located in the East Village, and offers a substantial discount compared to the $850,000 median price for a 1-bedroom in the neighborhood. Remember, though: this property will require a full renovation. Listed by Wayne Burkey of Sotheby’s International Realty.
With monthly taxes of $134 and common charges of $175, the payments on this North Slope co-op come to roughly $4,187 after a 20 percent down payment. Factor in the in-unit washer and dryer and decorative fireplaces, and there’s no surprise why this popular sale is already in contract. Listed by Craig Yoskowitz.
This top-floor co-op gets great light from windows on three sides of the apartment. Although it’s on the fourth floor of a walk-up building, that’ll just put you closer to the finished roof deck, which offers stunning views of the Brooklyn skyline. Listed by Suzanne Koxvold and Bobby O. Larrea of Compass.