This sleek, newly renovated West Village co-op unit is in a four-story walk-up with only 16 apartments. It has large windows, wide-plank hardwood floors, an in-unit washer and dryer and a spacious chef’s kitchen with a Viking cooktop. Located on quiet Downing Street, the building allows pets and has private storage and a bike room. This listing is represented by Josh Rubin of Douglas Elliman.
Three words: Private roof deck. This prewar Park Slope co-op unit also has an in-unit washer and dryer, dishwasher, and lots of storage space, but the biggest perk is the private outdoor space for grilling and taking in fabulous views. Built in 1920, the building is a small, eight-unit co-op that is pet-friendly and also has a bike room. Joseph Quiros of Compass has the listing.
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For value seekers, this condo comes in nearly $250,000 below the median asking price for 2-bedrooms in Williamsburg. It measures 1,080 square feet and has an open chef’s kitchen and an in-unit washer and dryer. It’s located in a pet-friendly building that has 31 units and was built in 1910. Additionally, this apartment offers a 421A tax abatement until 2025. This listing is represented by Daniel Fried of Douglas Elliman.
Measuring 1,250 square feet, this prewar co-op has an oversize entryway and gallery and is going for 10% less than the median for Turtle Bay 2-bedrooms. The 106-unit building was built in 1940 and designed by noted architect Jacob M. Felsen, who included an Art Deco lobby. It’s pet-friendly and allows for pied-à-terre use, sublets, gifts, parents buying and co-purchases. This listing is represented by Joy Handler of Compass.
This Central Harlem loft is a restricted sale unit that was converted from a 4-bedroom into a 3-bedroom, now with a spacious artist area. Along with an in-unit washer and dryer, the top floor apartment has rooftop views of Yankee Stadium and the GW Bridge. Built in 1920, the 53-unit building offers a part-time doorman and allows pets. This listing is represented by Josh Fields of Spire Group.
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