This week’s properties are in Turtle Bay, Kips Bay and Park Slope.
Manhattan | 400 East 52nd Street, No. 3J
Turtle Bay Co-op
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
Maintenance: $4,337 a month
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.
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.
Manhattan | 139 East 23rd STREET, No. 2
Kips Bay Condo
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
Common charges: $880 a month
Taxes: $2,524 a month
This spacious apartment occupies a full floor and the bedrooms are at one end, away from the living spaces.
There’s no extra storage in the building.
Brooklyn | 225 Lincoln Place, No. 3G
Park Slope Co-op
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
Maintenance: $1,048 a month
The apartment gets good sunlight and the rooms are large. Heat and hot water are included in the maintenance charge.
The bedroom window overlooks a parking lot. The building only allows cats and service dogs.
Given the fast pace of the current market, some properties may no longer be available at the time of publication.
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