Manhattan | 138 West 87th Street, No. Gr.
Upper West Side Garden Co-op
One-bedroom, one-bath, approximately 530-square-foot apartment featuring a living room with built-in cabinets and wood-burning fireplace, a bathroom with a soaking tub, a small bedroom with built-in closets . Wall air conditioning on the ground floor of a four-story prewar townhouse with shared basement storage and a 654-square-foot backyard. Laura Cook and Adam Wolfe, Keller Williams, 917-935-8140; www.kwnyc.com
Typical Fee: $1,595 per month
Although it’s only a few steps below street level, the apartment is located at the back of the building, away from the hustle and bustle. The backyard is huge.
To go from the bedroom to the bathroom one has to go through the living room. A queen size bed would fit snugly in the bedroom. The kitchen has a half-size refrigerator and no dishwasher. The building does not have laundry facilities and dogs are not allowed.
Manhattan | 160 Bleacher Street, No. 1 KE
Greenwich Village Condop
A 1,550-square-foot, two-bathroom loft with 15-foot ceilings, a wall of windows, an open second level with a sleeping area and a full bathroom, a dining and kitchen area with a large stainless steel island, original moldings Central air conditioning and shared laundry in the atrium, an 11-story 1896 porter building designed by Ernest Flagg. (The apartment is being offered in conjunction with an adjacent unit for a total of $2.4 million.) Kate Wollman-Mahan and Steven O. Goldschmidt, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 646-239-2292; www.cbwarburg.com
Typical Fee: $1,658 per month
The second level can be reconfigured into a more private sleeping space. The building has a rich history and was once the Village Gate nightclub. The board allows washers and dryers.
There is no door to the second floor bathroom. The building does not allow pets.
Queens | 13-33 Jackson Avenue, No. 7G
Long Island City Condo
A three-bedroom, two-bath, 1,187-square-foot apartment with an open kitchen and living space, a primary bedroom with a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom with double vanity, a balcony, see-through wall An 11-story concierge building with heating and cooling and washer-dryers, on the seventh floor of Jackson, a superintendent, concierge, bike room, residents’ lounge, gym, playroom, parking garage, and roof deck with grilling stations. Andrew Sticker-Epstein and Eric Wang, The Charney Companies, 347-399-2206; charneycompanies.com
Typical Fee: $1,798 per month
Taxes: $176 per month less taxes
The 15-year tax exemption will run till December 2032. There are nice views of the Manhattan skyline. The 500-square-foot rooftop cabana is currently available for purchase for $75,000.
The apartment has good closet space, but there is no additional storage in the building. Parking spaces cost from $75,000 to $100,000.
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