Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Queens

Manhattan | 138 West 87th Street, No. GR

A one-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 530-square-foot apartment that has a living room with built-in cabinets and a wood-burning fireplace, a bathroom with a soaking tub, a small bedroom with built-in closets, through-the-wall air-conditioning and a 654-square-foot backyard, on the ground floor of a four-story prewar townhouse with shared basement storage. Laura Cook and Adam Wolfe, Keller Williams, 917-935-8140; kwnyc.com

COSTS‌‌

Common charges: $1,595 a month

PROS

Though it’s just steps down from the street level, the apartment is tucked in the rear of the building, away from the bustle. The backyard is large.

CONS

One has to walk through the living room to get from the bedroom to the bathroom. A queen-size bed would be a tight fit in the bedroom. The kitchen has a half-size refrigerator and no dishwasher. The building doesn’t have laundry and dogs are not permitted.

Manhattan | 160 Bleecker Street, No. 1KE

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 molding, central air-conditioning and shared laundry, at the Atrium, an 11-story 1896 doorman building designed by Ernest Flagg. (The apartment is being offered as a combination with an adjacent unit for a total of $2.4 million.) Kate Wollman-Mahan and Steven O. Goldschmidt, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 646-239-2292; cbwarburg.com

COSTS‌‌

Common charges: $1,658 a month

PROS

The second level could be reconfigured into a more private sleeping space. The building has a rich history and once housed the Village Gate nightclub. The board allows washers and dryers.

CONS

The bathroom on the second level doesn’t have a door. The building doesn’t allow pets.


Queens | 13-33 Jackson Avenue, No. 7G

A three-bedroom, two-bath, 1,187-square-foot apartment with an open kitchen and living area, a primary bedroom with a walk-in closet and en suite bath with a double vanity, a balcony, through-the-wall heating and cooling and a washer-dryer, on the seventh floor of the Jackson, an 11-story doorman building with a superintendent, concierge, bike room, residents’ lounge, gym, playroom, parking garage and roof deck with grilling stations. Andrew Steiker-Epstein and Eric Wang, Charney Companies, 347-399-2206; charneycompanies.com

COSTS‌‌

Common charges: $1,798 a month
Taxes: $176 a month in abated taxes

PROS

The 15-year tax abatement runs through December 2032. There are nice views of the Manhattan skyline. A 500-square-foot rooftop cabana is currently available to purchase for $75,000.

CONS

The apartment has good closet space, but there’s no additional storage in the building. Parking spaces cost $75,000 to $100,000.

Given the fast pace of the current market, some properties may no longer be available at the time of publication.

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