Homes for sale in Manhattan and Queens

Manhattan | 408 West 57th Street, No. 2M

1 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment measuring 950 sq ft and has an updated open plan kitchen with breakfast bar, spacious bedroom with small split air conditioner, sun room and ample cupboards, on the second floor of the apartment. Geneva, 10-story 1957 concierge block with resident supervisor, on-site property management, public parking garage, central laundry, bike room, and storage lockers. Juliette Shine, Keller Williams, NYC, 412-779-6625; kwnyc.com

costs

Maintenance: $1,580 per month
Interim Assessment: $111 per month through December 2023 (to recoup ground floor commercial rental income lost during the pandemic).

Positives

The apartment features a spacious open plan living room and a 32-foot kitchen.

cons

Dogs are not allowed. The building has a queue for storage lockers and bike hooks. The provisional evaluation increases the monthly expenses.

Manhattan | 150 Nassau Street No. 2A

Two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom apartment measuring 1,711 square feet and 13-foot ceilings. open plan living, dining, and kitchen area with breakfast bar, wine fridge, and built-in bookshelves; master suite with walk-in closet, double sink, walk-in shower, and deep soaking bathtub; a second bedroom en-suite with an open wardrobe; an exposed brick solarium opening onto a balcony; Washer/dryer, PTAC heating and cooling, on the second floor of the antebellum American Tract Society Building, a 23-story janitor’s building with gym, public parking garage, residents’ lounge, and rooftop deck. Kelly Rogers, Living New York, 646-512-1411; Living.realtymx.com

costs

Shared fee: $2,264 per month
Taxes: $1,254 per month

Positives

This spacious and well-maintained apartment has many special features, from the 11ft arched windows to the indoor/outdoor living space.

cons

Views from the balcony are obscured in all directions from other buildings’ sides.


Queens | 22-59 21st Street

Two-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom, 1,360 square foot home with living room and kitchen on the first floor. Two bedrooms, kitchen and two terraces on the second floor. finished basement with half bath and washer/dryer connections; Gas heat front and rear yards, detached 2 car garage. Ben Falchi and Peta Cousins, The Agency, 917-664-7144; theagencyre.com

costs

Taxes: $7,606 annually

Positives

This corner home has outdoor space in the front and back and is within walking distance to Astoria Park and Dittmars Boulevard and 31st Street which includes the N and W trains. Buses to the subway stop along 21st Street. The roof is only five years old.

cons

It’s all outdated and the current layout is weird. The nearby elevated train is noisy.

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