Lucky buyers whose annual income falls within the guidelines for this HDFC walkup building on Mulberry Street can land a tricked-out 1-bedroom in a tremendous downtown location. Income limits range from $123,255 for an individual to $158,565 for a family of three. There are beamed ceilings and brick details throughout, and the kitchen really pops with electric-blue cabinetry, high-end appliances and a backsplash tiled in LEGO blocks! Listed by Jay Glazer’s team at Corcoran.
Take the keyed elevator directly into this mint-condition, 1,400-square-foot floor-through apartment in a boutique brownstone condo. With 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, a huge terrace and prewar details, it’s no wonder this listing from Alexander Maroni at Douglas Elliman has a slew of fans among StreetEasy shoppers. Modern finishes and fixtures include a chef’s kitchen with dishwasher, radiant-heat floors in the bathrooms and in-unit laundry. Private, deeded parking is available, too!
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The Art Deco aesthetic of this 1939 Chelsea co-op carries into this artfully elegant 1-bedroom unit with beautiful hardwoods. An arched-doorway motif is amplified with the windowed kitchen’s pass-through, delivering a gracefully open main living space, and the foyer entry will appeal to anyone who hates clutter, since it delivers two big closets to hide everything away. Additional storage included. Ross Evangelista at Compass is the listing agent.
Park Slope North beckons with this popular 2-bedroom/2-bathroom condo that offers super-low monthly carrying costs under $550. The interior gets a homey vibe from a brick wood-burning fireplace, oversize windows and hardwood floors. The master bedroom is outfitted with two big closets and an ensuite bath. There’s also a washer/dryer, split-unit AC and a whirlpool tub in the second bath. Alexis Kravitz at Brown Harris Stevens has the listing.
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Savvy shoppers have identified this Kips Bay 1-bedroom as one of the best deals in Manhattan. The east-side location between Gramercy Park and Murray Hill offers great value, including this apartment in the midcentury Spruce Ridge House co-op off Second Avenue. Look at that generous main living space, plus there’s brand-new wide-plank oak floors, a renovated kitchen and a big bedroom with plenty of space for an office nook or nursery. Janet Shin at Compass is the listing agent.