Looking to buy a home in NYC? Take a look at our five favorite NYC open houses on August 3 and 4. This roundup of Manhattan and Brooklyn homes offers many options across various budgets and unit sizes, but be sure to search StreetEasy for all open houses in NYC this weekend.
For one month in 2017, this East Village loft was listed for sale at $1.85 million before being pulled off the market. This week, the 2-bedroom and 2-bathroom third-floor walkup returns at $1.6 million, which means Compass listing agent Anna Levenshus has it priced at exactly at the median asking price for 2-bedrooms in this neighborhood. It’s exceptionally designed to show off its 16 windows and high ceilings. Two ensuite bedrooms each have a private wing off a large living area with renovated kitchen and study area with loads of built-ins. A storage unit comes with the apartment.
Two of the seven active listings in this prewar co-op in a central Village location are under contract. This listing from Matthew Pucker at Compass features a king-size master bedroom, plus a renovated kitchen and bathroom. It’s in a pet-friendly co-op building with a part-time doorman, live-in super, rentable storage spaces, bike storage, a parking garage, and a newly renovated lobby. The price is compelling, which is why 50+ StreetEasy shoppers have called it a favorite. Just be aware that monthlies are $2,315.
Get all the glory of new construction in this prewar co-op at Majestic Towers, in the heart of the Upper West Side on West 75th Street, right off Broadway. A gut renovation has rendered this corner unit tight and bright with new flooring, new bathroom, Shaker-style kitchen cabinets, and a separate dining area. The price is just a tad over the neighborhood median asking price for 1-bedrooms ($877K) but a premium is in order for this modern makeover. Michael Jacobs at City Wide Apartments is the listing agent.
The Kingsview Homes co-op complex has paved the way for hundreds of New Yorkers to live well and affordably in Fort Greene, and this 1-bedroom continues the tradition. While the median asking price for 1-bedrooms in this neighborhood is $810K, listing agent Tricia Lee at Compass has this at $530K, with monthlies around $750. That’s a good number since it’s exactly the square footage of this bright higher-floor unit. And yes, maintenance includes heat, hot water, and gas. Pets are not allowed.
Here’s a very intriguing listing in the 15-unit, prewar Lexington Council Condominium. This tri-level loft features a main floor with 14-foot ceilings and 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. Up another flight is a lofted office space with storage and on the bottom level is a bedroom and bathroom. The 1,150-square foot apartment has central air, a dishwasher and pets are allowed. A former community center, the building has a laundry and rooftop green space. Yuval Vidal and Esther Patten at Compass are the sellers’ agents.