This week’s properties are in East Harlem, the West Village and Mott Haven.

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Manhattan | 1810 Third Avenue, No. A-9B

A one-bedroom, one-bath, 600-square-foot apartment with an open floor plan, built-ins in the bedroom, frosted-glass barn doors, central air-conditioning and a balcony, on the ninth floor of a 12-story doorman building with a garden, gym, roof deck, residents’ lounge, children’s play area, bike room, shared laundry and a live-in super. Jenny Delaney, Bond New York, 917-208-9185; bondnewyork.com

Costs

Common charges: $714 a month
Taxes: $656 a month

Pros

This nicely updated apartment has low common charges. The bedroom overlooks the building’s garden and a park.

Cons

Without an island, the kitchen lacks counter space. There’s no extra storage available in the building.


  1. Josh Levinson-Allyson Lubow Photography for The Corcoran Group

  2. Josh Levinson-Allyson Lubow Photography for The Corcoran Group

  3. Josh Levinson-Allyson Lubow Photography for The Corcoran Group

  4. Josh Levinson-Allyson Lubow Photography for The Corcoran Group

  5. Josh Levinson-Allyson Lubow Photography for The Corcoran Group

Manhattan | 79 Perry St., No. PHF

A one-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 785-square-foot apartment with an open floor plan, an updated windowed kitchen with a breakfast bar, a windowed bathroom, and a den or home office, on the top floor of a five-story, prewar walk-up building with a virtual intercom and a maintenance team. Sara Schwartz, Corcoran Group, 818-515-4443; corcoran.com

Costs

Maintenance: $1,500 a month

Pros

This sunny apartment has views of One World Trade Center. The co-op is self-managed and all residents are on the board.

Cons

The apartment is four flights up and laundry (though free to residents) is in the basement. Subletting is not permitted. Cooking gas is not included in the maintenance fee.


Bronx | 811 Walton Avenue, No. F20

A one-bedroom, one-bath, 750-square-foot apartment with a windowed pass-through kitchen, a breakfast bar, an open living/dining area with a decorative fireplace, a large bedroom with a double closet and exposed brick, a windowed bathroom, a den or home office with a Murphy bed, and a tool closet, on the top floor of a six-story elevator building with a part-time doorman, a virtual intercom, a live-in super, shared laundry, a gym, a bike room and basement storage units. Kiyomi McCloskey, Keller Williams, 347-681-1531; kwnyc.com

Costs

Maintenance: $875 a month

Pros

The kitchen and bathroom were recently updated. The customized tool closet is a crafty perk.

Cons

There’s not much to see from the windows.

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