This picture-perfect 2-bedroom co-op offers elegance, history and location along a desirable tree-lined street in Prospect Heights. The apartment is just one flight up and is filled with lots of natural light, thanks to its southern exposure. A bike room and laundry are building amenities. This listing is represented by Martin Eiden and Min Sohn of Compass.
Assuming 20 percent down, the total estimated monthly payments for this co-op ($2,283) are less than the median rent in the neighborhood ($2,550). Located in a prewar, art deco, full-service building designed by Bien & Prince — the architects behind the Carlyle Hotel — the apartment is filled with details like classic subway tiles, a cast-iron tub, parquet floors, high-beamed ceilings and large casement windows. This listing is represented by Royce Cara Berler of Citi Habitats.
Listed for 78 percent below the neighborhood median of $3.25M is this newly renovated 2-bedroom in SoHo. Recent improvements include new windows, an up-to-date kitchen, and hardwood floors throughout. This listing is represented by Julie Gans and Samantha Jason of Triplemint.
This full-service building offers two laundry rooms, 24-hour doorman, garage and roof deck, but one of the best amenities is the private, 30-foot terrace that spans the entire length of the apartment. Inside, you’ll find a “huge” walk-in closet, deep soaking tub, top-of-the-line kitchen appliances and a new breakfast bar. This listing is represented by Elaine Clayman of Brown Harris Stevens.
Thanks to northern and southern exposures, this co-op receives lots of natural light. Other notable details include a bedroom that can accommodate a king-size bed, a spacious living room and dining room, and an in-unit washer and dryer. This listing is represented by Ari Harkov, Warner Lewis and Ann Yanovsky of Halstead Realty.