Manhattan | 389 East 89th Street, No. 27C
Upper East Side Condo
A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,260-square-foot apartment with floor-to-ceiling windows in the open living and dining room; a kitchen and breakfast bar with marble counters and backsplash, plus custom Italian cabinets; an en suite primary bathroom with Dolomite marble, a double vanity and deep soaking tub; five-inch white oak-plank flooring; and a vented washer-dryer, on the 27th floor of a doorman building with a residents’ lounge, a children’s playroom, a third-floor communal terrace, a gym and a roof deck. Caroline Bass, Corcoran Group, 646-703-2053; corcoran.com
Common charges: $1,484 a month
Taxes: $2,075 a month
Along with sweeping views to the northeast, this home features a rare perk in New York City: a garbage disposal. Subletting is allowed.
Though there is a walk-in closet, storage space is limited.
Manhattan | 221 WEST 20th Street, No. 5E
Chelsea Prewar Co-op
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 800-square-foot prewar co-op with exposed brick in the living room; a windowed kitchen with stone counters and a dishwasher; a primary bedroom with a decorative fireplace; a sleeping nook or home office; a wall-mounted mini-split air-conditioning unit; and new hardwood flooring, on the top floor of a five-story 1901 walk-up with basement storage, a bike room, shared laundry and a small yard. Gerard Splendore, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 212-380-2403;cbwarburg.com
$1,000 a month
A glassed-enclosed air shaft notched into the floor plan adds extra sunlight to this cottage-like apartment, which sits on a cozy tree-lined street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues.
It’s a fifth-floor walk-up. The bathroom is tight.
Brooklyn | 85 Cooper Street
A 3,000-square-foot multifamily townhouse with a three-bedroom, three-bath duplex over a one-bedroom, one-bath, garden-level unit with its own laundry hookup. The duplex has an open kitchen and living space; a rear addition with a home office or extra bedroom; a primary suite with two closets, double vanity, glass shower and heated bathroom floor; an upstairs en suite bedroom with oversized windows, and a laundry hookup. Jessica Peters, Douglas Elliman; 917-968-0037; douglaselliman.com
$148 a month
Have a lot of clothing? A nook in the primary suite could accommodate a walk-in closet. Out-of-season items can be stored in the crawl space under the stairs.
Traffic bustles on this busy two-lane street.
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