Looking to buy a home in New York City? We’ve got you covered! Here are our five favorite NYC open houses for November 12 and 13. This roundup of Manhattan and Brooklyn homes offers options across various budgets and unit sizes. If you want to see more apartments listed for sale in NYC, be sure to search StreetEasy for all open houses in NYC this weekend. (And don’t forget to save your favorite listings!)
We kick off our tour of NYC open houses for November 12 and 13 in Bushwick. This renovated 2-bedroom condo delivers a loft-like ambiance front to back, opening to a private terrace. The whitewashed brick interior offers a sleek kitchen with birch cabinets and stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher and in-unit washer/dryer. Excellent location near Maria Hernandez Park.
This prime Park Slope 1-bedroom has it all! Tin ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, dishwasher, washer/dryer hookups and that most coveted commodity: A private roof deck all ready for hours of outdoor entertaining. No wonder more than 70 StreetEasy shoppers call this condo near Prospect Park a favorite!
The Fruit Streets! Here’s a classic address in Brooklyn Heights. This prewar 1-bedroom delivers charm and smart renovations. The new kitchen features a dishwasher and plenty of built-in storage, and there’s a freshly tiled bathroom. The cat-friendly co-op also offers laundry and a roof deck.
Grab this oversized Perry Street studio and join the happy army of West Village dwellers. It’s set in a post-war boutique condo and it’s loaded. There’s a foyer entry, a full-sized recessed kitchen with dishwasher and breakfast bar, a spa-like bathroom, an in-unit washer/dryer and a working fireplace. An amazing perch overlooking one of NYC’s most coveted locations.
And now for the grand finale! This Spice Building penthouse boasts exposed brick, an open kitchen and a vaulted skylight for full downtown drama. The interior offers 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, including an attached studio for a separate workspace or guest quarters. Take a private elevator to a massive finished roof deck that expands the indoor/outdoor footprint to over 3,000 square feet. A true trophy in Tribeca.