This week’s properties are in Manhattan Valley, Hell’s Kitchen and Spuyten Duyvil.

  1. Coldwell Banker Warburg

  2. Coldwell Banker Warburg

  3. Coldwell Banker Warburg

  4. Coldwell Banker Warburg

  5. Coldwell Banker Warburg

  6. Coldwell Banker Warburg

Manhattan | 67 West 107th Street, No. 1

A two-bedroom, one-bath, 708-square-foot apartment with an open floor plan, a windowed porcelain bathroom, a home office, a washer/dryer and window-unit air-conditioning, on the first floor of a five-story walk-up from 1909 with a live-in super and a bike room. Samantha Rose Frith and Joel Moss, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 646-706-3794;


Common charges: $942 a month
Taxes: $681 a month


The whole apartment was renovated last year. There’s an in-unit laundry room for the washer/dryer. Seller will pay closing costs and six months of property taxes.


The kitchen lacks counter space and the bathtub is small. Windows in the bedroom open to the sidewalk.

  1. KWNYC

  2. KWNYC

  3. KWNYC

  4. KWNYC

  5. KWNYC

  6. KWNYC

  7. KWNYC

Manhattan | 461 West 44th Street, No. 1B

An updated 265-square-foot studio apartment with a windowed bathroom, a step-up office nook and ample storage, on the first floor of a six-story prewar co-op with a virtual intercom, an elevator, a live-in super, basement storage cages, shared laundry, a courtyard and a roof deck. Michael Marc Friedman, 917-771-0961, Keller Williams;


Maintenance: $586 a month


Subletting is permitted four out of every five years after the first year.


The fridge is small. The building lacks bike storage.

  1. Nathan Patrick

  2. Nathan Patrick

  3. Nathan Patrick

  4. Nathan Patrick

  5. Nathan Patrick

  6. Nathan Patrick

  7. Nathan Patrick

  8. Nathan Patrick

  9. Nathan Patrick

Bronx | 2500 Johnson Avenue, No. 16NP

A four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, roughly 2,500-square-foot apartment that has an open living and dining area, two bedrooms with en suite windowed half baths, a second living room with a kitchenette, ample storage and through-the-wall heating and air-conditioning, on the 16th floor of a 20-story doorman building from 1967 with a live-in super, a public parking garage, a basketball court, a playground and an amenities club including a gym, pool, residents’ lounge, playroom, community room and game rooms. Aaron Kass and Geoffrey Weiss, 929-269-3411, Compass;


Maintenance: $3,843 a month


Two of the bedrooms have access to the balconies, which overlook the Henry Hudson Bridge. There are multiple walk-in closets.


The two smaller bedrooms lack closets. The kitchen is closed off. The maintenance fee is high, though it includes cable and internet.

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

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