This week’s properties are in Turtle Bay, Kips Bay and Park Slope.

  1. Tyler Stuart

  2. Tyler Stuart

  3. Tyler Stuart

  4. Travis Mark

  5. Tyler Stuart

  6. Travis Mark

  7. Travis Mark

  8. Tyler Stuart

Manhattan | 400 East 52nd Street, No. 3J

A three-bedroom, two-bath, roughly 1,700-square-foot co-op apartment with an open floor plan, a windowed kitchen, an en suite primary bedroom with a walk-in closet, a den or home office with a built-in desk, through-the-wall heating and air-conditioning, a washer/dryer and two basement storage lockers, on the third floor of a 17-story prewar Emery Roth building with a live-in super, a resident manager, a bike room, shared laundry and a shared garden. Diana Devendorf Rice, 516-458-9389, Sotheby’s International Realty-East Side Manhattan Brokerage; sothebysrealty.com

Costs

Maintenance: $4,337 a month

Pros

The kitchen has a lot of counter space and there’s ample storage in the apartment. The living room overlooks the shared garden. The building hallways received a $3 million renovation this year.

Cons

A bathroom door opens into the dining area. The view from the primary bedroom is obstructed by the side of another building. The en suite bath could use an update.


  1. Evan Joseph Photography for Douglas Elliman

  2. Evan Joseph Photography for Douglas Elliman

  3. Evan Joseph Photography for Douglas Elliman

  4. Evan Joseph Photography for Douglas Elliman

  5. Evan Joseph Photography for Douglas Elliman

  6. Evan Joseph Photography for Douglas Elliman

Manhattan | 139 East 23rd STREET, No. 2

A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,535-square-foot apartment that has a kitchen with marble countertops and a vented gas range, a primary suite with a walk-in closet, a washer/dryer, zoned central air-conditioning, a 580-square-foot terrace and a private elevator, on the second floor of a 15-story building built in 2019 with a super, a virtual doorman, a package room, a bike room and a roof deck. Kirsten Jordan, Thomas Malloy and Gianna Vigliotti, 917-488-4016, Douglas Elliman; elliman.com

Costs

Common charges: $880 a month
Taxes: $2,524 a month

Pros

This spacious apartment occupies a full floor and the bedrooms are at one end, away from the living spaces.

Cons

There’s no extra storage in the building.


  1. Celeste Godoy Photography

  2. Celeste Godoy Photography

  3. Celeste Godoy Photography

  4. Celeste Godoy Photography

  5. Celeste Godoy Photography

  6. Celeste Godoy Photography

Brooklyn | 225 Lincoln Place, No. 3G

A one-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 675-square-foot co-op apartment with a windowed kitchen, an open living and dining room, and a bedroom with a windowed en suite bathroom, on the third floor of a six-story elevator building with a live-in super, a video intercom, shared laundry, a bike room, two shared courtyards and a waiting list for storage units. Tyler Whitman and Ashlie Roberson, 917-540-5578, The Agency New York; theagencyre.com

Costs

Maintenance: $1,048 a month

Pros

The apartment gets good sunlight and the rooms are large. Heat and hot water are included in the maintenance charge.

Cons

The bedroom window overlooks a parking lot. The building only allows cats and service dogs.

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