This week’s properties are in Sutton Place, Gramercy Park and Flatbush.

Manhattan | 400 East 59th Street, No. 15G

A one-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 700-square-foot apartment with a small windowed kitchen, a windowed marble bathroom, gold-leaf ceilings, PTAC heating and air-conditioning, and ample closets, on the 15th floor of a 17-story prewar doorman building with a live-in super, a waiting list for basement storage cages and a bike room. Epo I. Manning and Florence Danforth-Meyer, Sotheby’s International Realty, 917-359-4903; sothebysrealty.com

Costs

Maintenance: $1,871 a month
Temporary assessment: $103 a month through April 2025 for exterior maintenance

Pros

The apartment has been well maintained since its full renovation 15 years ago. The monthly maintenance fee includes cable TV and electricity.

Cons

The building lacks amenities like a gym and shared outdoor space.


Manhattan | 305 Second Avenue, No. 721

A one-bedroom, two-bath 1,054-square-foot condo with a lofted guest room with a Murphy bed and a full bath on the upper level; and an open floor plan, marble countertops, a breakfast bar, a bedroom with a walk-in closet, a washer/dryer, and 16-foot ceilings on the lower level; plus mini-split heating and air-conditioning, on the top two floors of a 10-story doorman building that has been declared a landmark and has a live-in super, a gym, shared laundry, a bike room and a roof deck. Jennifer Roberts, Engel & Völkers, 917-797-0782; newyorkcity.evrealestate.com

Costs

Common charges: $866 a month
Taxes: $1,637 a month

Pros

This sunny apartment was beautifully renovated five years ago.

Cons

The building lacks extra storage.


Brooklyn | 2100 Bedford Avenue, No. 7B

A three-bedroom, two-bath 1,250-square-foot apartment with an open floor plan, an en suite primary bedroom, a washer/dryer, through-the-wall air-conditioning, a walk-in closet, two terraces, a basement storage cage and a deeded parking space, in an eight-story building with a virtual intercom, a live-in super, a residents’ lounge, a dog park and a roof deck. Adjina Dekidjiev and David Harris, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 917-597-1849; cbwarburg.com

Costs

Common charges: $1,290 a month
Taxes: $661 a month (abated)

Pros

One of the two terraces is 200 square feet. The parking spot is in a private garage. The tax abatement runs through September 2032.

Cons

None of the bathrooms have windows.

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

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