Looking to buy a home in NYC? Take a look at the five most popular listings on StreetEasy with open houses this weekend, July 21 and 22. And be sure to check out StreetEasy for all open houses in NYC this weekend.
This sunny prewar apartment still has its original pinewood floors, plus 9-foot-6-inch ceilings and floor-to-ceiling bookcases. Additional features include a washer and dryer in-unit, dishwasher, and building bike storage. The listing is represented by Alexander Byrd and Vanessa Montoya of Prevu Real Estate.
It has a bike room, central laundry room, and part-time lobby attendant as perks, but perhaps best of all, this studio comes with a key to Gramercy Park. Originally designed as a 1-bedroom, the co-op unit has been redesigned as a spacious studio with a brand-new kitchen and clever storage throughout. This listing is represented by Greg McHale, Jesse Shafer, and Natalie Hedden of Compass.
This unit was recently renovated with new kitchen appliances and a marble bath, and it retains prewar details like a ceiling medallion and inlaid floors. The building offers a video intercom, laundry room, private storage and indoor and outdoor bike storage. This listing is represented by Marie-Alyce Devieux and Charles Major of Douglas Elliman.
Located in one of the West Village’s few full-service, prewar, elevator buildings, this unit features Art Deco details like vintage light fixtures and stripped door frames. There are also top-of-the-line kitchen appliances, a central laundry room, and bike storage. This listing is represented by Heather McDonough, Henry Hershkowitz, and Jonathan Meiselman of Core.
With more than 1,400 square feet of space, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a private terrace, it’s easy to see why this co-op has been racking up the saves, especially since the median price of a 3-bedroom in this neighborhood is nearly $6,000,000. Amenities include an in-unit washer and dryer, a vented outdoor grill, and multiple walk-in closets. The listing is represented by Joseph DeLorenzo, Jason Goode, Terumi Matthews, and Mimi Melvin of Compass.