This week’s properties are in Greenwich Village, on the Upper West Side and in Hunters Point.

  1. Evan Joseph

  2. Evan Joseph

  3. Evan Joseph

  4. Evan Joseph

  5. Evan Joseph

  6. Evan Joseph

  7. Evan Joseph

Manhattan | 40-50 East 10th Street, No. 5J

A one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath, roughly 1,000-square-foot apartment that has a windowed kitchen with marble countertops, a large living and dining area, a primary suite with a walk-in closet, windowed bathrooms, a wood-burning fireplace and casement windows, on the fifth floor of a 10-story prewar doorman building with a resident manager, a live-in super, shared laundry, a gym, a children’s playroom, a bike room, a garden, a waiting list for basement storage cages and a roof deck. Emily Beare, Beth Doud and Lexi Alper, 212-726-0786, CORE NYC; corenyc.com

Costs

Maintenance: $2,891 a month

Pros

The seller installed through-the-wall air-conditioning so the casement windows don’t need to be blocked by window units.

Cons

Washer/dryers are not permitted.


  1. Bernadett Pava

  2. Bernadett Pava

  3. Bernadett Pava

  4. Bernadett Pava

  5. Bernadett Pava

  6. Bernadett Pava

Manhattan | 186 West 80th Street, No. 4G

A renovated 450-square-foot studio apartment with a motorized Murphy bed, built-in cabinets, two closets and PTAC air-conditioning, on the fourth floor of a 13-story prewar doorman building with a live-in super. Ben Barel and Michael Shapot, 561-714-1215, Keller Williams; kwnyc.com

Costs

Common charges: $635 a month
Taxes: $689 a month
Temporary assessment: $306 a month through November 2024

Pros

The seller is willing to install a washer/dryer.

Cons

The undercounter refrigerator drawer is small. The building has no amenities.


  1. Carli Choi

  2. Carli Choi

  3. Carli Choi

  4. Carli Choi

  5. Carli Choi

  6. Carli Choi

  7. Carli Choi

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  9. Carli Choi

Queens | 5-03 50th Avenue, No. 2D

A three-bedroom, two-bath, 1,959-square-foot apartment with an open floor plan, granite countertops, a breakfast bar, a primary suite with a double vanity, a den or home office, walk-in closets, built-ins, casement windows, 11-foot ceilings, a washer/dryer, through-the-wall air-conditioning and a balcony, on the second floor of a five-story building with a video intercom, a super, a roof deck and a private parking garage. AnneMarie Tamis-Nasello, 917-292-0010, The Agency; theagencyre.com

Costs

Common charges: $920 a month
Taxes: $20,704 a year

Pros

The common charges for this roomy apartment are low. It’s close to the ferry and one block from the 7 train.

Cons

The balcony is connected to the neighbor’s and would be nicer on a higher floor.

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

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