This week’s properties are in Park Slope South, NoHo and on the Lower East Side.

Click on the slide show to see this week’s featured properties:

  • On the Lower East Side: a one-bedroom, one-bath, 525-square-foot, gut-renovated apartment with hardwood floors, a windowed kitchen with quartz counters and a dishwasher, and a dining area with a built-in desk, on the second floor of a non-doorman walk-up building from 1900.

  • In NoHo: a three-level, 1,400-square-foot condo with two sleeping areas, two baths, a living room with a wood fireplace and 10-foot ceilings, an open kitchen with granite counters, and a third-floor den with greenhouse-style windows and a sliding door to a 165-square-foot private terrace, in a prewar doorman elevator building from 1908.

  • In Park Slope South: a two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath unit with oversized windows, skylights, in-unit laundry, a private outdoor terrace and a roof deck, in a four-story walk-up building from 1899.

Additional reporting by Sydney Franklin

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