This week’s properties are in Lenox Hill, Lincoln Square and Williamsburg.

  1. Donna Dotan

  2. Donna Dotan

  3. Donna Dotan

  4. Donna Dotan

  5. Donna Dotan

Manhattan | 212 West 72nd Street, No. 4A

A two-bedroom, two-bath, 992-square-foot apartment with an open floor plan, a breakfast bar, a marble en suite bathroom, through-the-wall heating and air-conditioning, a washer/dryer and keyless entry, on the fourth floor of a 20-story doorman building from 2010 with a courtyard, roof deck, resident’s lounge, shared terrace, cold storage, gym, children’s playroom, basement storage cages, bike room, shared laundry and a live-in resident manager. Ammanda Espinal and Maya Kadouri, 347-244-3713, Douglas Elliman; elliman.com

Costs

Common charges: $1,335 a month
Taxes: $1,927 a month

Pros

The designer finishes are clean and modern. There’s a garbage disposal in the kitchen. The 72nd Street subway station, with the Nos. 1, 2 and 3 lines, is right outside the building.

Cons

The combined taxes and common charges are steep. Basement storage cages cost $12,500.


  1. Jon Artieda, Rise Media

  2. Jon Artieda, Rise Media

  3. Jon Artieda, Rise Media

  4. Jon Artieda, Rise Media

  5. Jon Artieda, Rise Media

  6. Jon Artieda, Rise Media

  7. Jon Artieda, Rise Media

  8. Jon Artieda, Rise Media

Manhattan | 200 East 74th Street, No. 16B

A two-bedroom, two-bath, roughly 1,200-square-foot apartment with a windowed kitchen, an open living and dining area, a primary bedroom with a walk-in closet, a second bedroom with an en suite bath, Venetian plaster walls and ceilings, and ample closets, on the 16th floor of a 21-story doorman building from 1962 with a gym, a live-in super, shared laundry, a conference room, a bike room, a waiting list for storage lockers and a private parking garage. Geoffrey Gottlieb and Morgan Pollack, Christie’s International Real Estate Group, 516-551-2517; christiesrealestate.com

Costs

Maintenance: $2,330 a month
Ongoing assessment: $567.67 a month

Pros

This sunny apartment has city views and was updated in 2021. Custom furniture can be included in the sale for an extra fee. A washer/dryer is permitted.

Cons

Guests must pass through a bedroom to reach a bathroom. There’s no private or shared outdoor space. No parking spots are available.


  1. Matthew Anderson

  2. Matthew Anderson

  3. Matthew Anderson

  4. Matthew Anderson

  5. Matthew Anderson

Brooklyn | 26 Broadway, No. 405

A one-bedroom, one-bath, 688-square-foot apartment with an open floor plan, an updated kitchen, a large living area, a vented washer/dryer, through-the-wall heating and air-conditioning and a balcony, on the fourth floor of a seven-story doorman building from 2006 with a full-time super, a private parking garage and a basement storage cage exclusive to this unit. Alicia Marisol Bañuelos, Keller Williams, 619-247-2183; kwnyc.com

Costs

Common charges: $565 a month
Taxes: Abated to $15 a month until July 2033

Pros

The taxes are extremely low. The hardwood floors were recently replaced. The apartment comes with a locker in the wine cellar. There’s an accessible roof deck on the adjoining building.

Cons

The balcony has views of the backs of other buildings. Deeded parking spots sell for around $65,000.

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

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