Rarely do apartments come up for sale in the landmarked Police Building, a 1905 Beaux Arts beauty with 44 residences, but here’s one. It’s a 1,100-square-foot duplex loft with 16-foot ceilings, an enormous arched window, and a lofted master suite with a renovated en suite bathroom. Amazingly, this building is also pet-friendly, allows pied-à-terre use and subletting. Note: A 30% down payment is required. Listing by Todd Lewin at Compass.
This 1-bedroom third-floor walkup on lively Bleecker Street features a renovated kitchen and bathroom. The best selling point, aside from its Greenwich Village location is the building allows subletting from Day 1. That means the ambitious $600K list price indicates value here as an investment, either now or in the future, given this very desirable location. Pets are allowed. Nathan Frank at Nest Seekers is the sellers agent.
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Standing in splendid contrast to all the new construction developments reviving Brooklyn’s industrial roots, this Park Slope flat is more Parisian in its heart and soul. Elegantly renovated, it’s hard not to be quietly wowed by the high ceilings, custom millwork, and arched window, as well as a smart kitchen remodel with dishwasher, in-unit washer and dryer, and the added closets. It’s all set in a 1910 beauty that would make any owner beam with pride. Just a short walk to everything that makes Park Slope one of the world’s greatest neighborhoods. Annie Rose at Compass is the listing agent.
The median asking price of 1-bedrooms in Chelsea is $1.095 million, which puts this duplex from Alexander Mahgoub at Compass under that threshold. StreetEasy shoppers like the two-story configuration, with a full bath with a walk-in shower on the main floor and a half bath in the lower level with a bedroom plus office space. There’s a wood-burning fireplace, renovated kitchen, central air, in-unit washer and dryer, and a large walk-in closet. Maintenance is very reasonable and just over $1K.
Here’s a 1-bedroom on a tree-lined East Village street that falls under NYC Housing Preservation and Development guidelines. That means there are income requirements. Eligible buyers must earn no more than $213K for a 2-person household, with that limit set to rise to $266K. Monthly maintenance of only $266 keeps the monthly payments low. Pets are welcome and buyers can get help via family gifts. Listing agents are David Rosen and Jsun LaLiberte at Douglas Elliman.
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