Real Estate

Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn

Manhattan | 310 East 86th, No. 4A

Upper East Side Condo

$2.075 million

A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,100-square-foot apartment with white oak floors, an open kitchen/living/dining room, quartzite countertops and backsplashes, under-cabinet lighting, a primary bedroom with two closets, an en suite bath with a dual vanity, a second bathroom with a tub, a washer/dryer and central heating and air-conditioning, on the fourth floor of a 20-story doorman building with a live-in superintendent, extra storage, two roof decks with grills and televisions, a gym, a children’s playroom, a bike room, a music studio, a teen lounge and shared laundry room. Doron Zwickel and Caleb Nichols, CORE New York, 917-400-4404; corenyc.com

Costs

Common charges: $985 a month
Taxes: $1,668 a month

Pros

The apartment is nicely designed, with light colors and a brass motif. The large bathrooms have radiant-heat floors and there’s ample storage.

Cons

The kitchen lacks counter space. There’s no balcony, unlike in the building’s rear apartments. Storage cages start at $18,000.


Manhattan | 159 East 118th Street, No. 5B

East Harlem Condo

$699,000

A one-bedroom, one-bath, 630-square-foot apartment with an open kitchen/dining area, quartzite counters and backsplashes, an island with a breakfast bar, a bathroom with a soaking tub, a washer/dryer hookup, split-system heating and air-conditioning, ample storage and a balcony, on the fifth floor of the Oslo, a six-story 2022 doorman building with a gym, a roof deck, storage cages and a bike room. Alexandra Newman and Tessa Gidish, Corcoran Group, 646-653-0234; corcoran.com

Costs

Common charges: $373 a month
Taxes: $796 a month

Pros

There are pretty treetops outside the large windows. The washer/dryer hookup and balcony are nice perks.

Cons

Charcoal cabinetry might not be to everyone’s taste. Storage cages are eight square feet and cost $10,000 each.


Brooklyn | 199 Conover Street, No. 2C

Red Hook Condo

$1.265 million

A two-bedroom, two-bath, 967-square-foot apartment with a kitchen that has integrated appliances, an en suite primary bedroom with a walk-in closet, a second bathroom with a tub, wide plank oak floors, 10-foot ceilings, a washer/dryer and central air-conditioning, on the second floor of the Conover, a three-story 2022 building with a roof deck, video intercom, bike and package rooms and an option to purchase a parking space. Kirsten Jordan, Jill Preschel and Sara Kennedy, Douglas Elliman, 917-472-9120; elliman.com

Costs

Common charges: $403 a month
Taxes: $843 a month

Pros

The common charges are low and the building has a furnished roof deck. The ferry is nearby.

Cons

There’s no extra storage in the building. It’s a hike to the nearest subway stations. Private parking spaces cost $50,000.

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

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