Homes for Sale in Manhattan and on Staten Island – The New York Times

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This week’s properties are in Manhattan Valley, Hell’s Kitchen and St. George.

  1. Travis Mark

  2. Travis Mark

  3. Travis Mark

  4. Travis Mark

  5. Travis Mark

  6. Travis Mark

  7. Travis Mark

Manhattan | 400 Central Park West, No. 11D

A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,140-square-foot apartment with an open floor plan, a breakfast bar, a dining alcove, a primary suite with a walk-in closet and a balcony on the 11th floor of a 19-story doorman building with a live-in super, a package room, shared laundry, a bike room, parking, a gym, a children’s playroom, a residents’ lounge and a waiting list for basement storage cages. James Michael Angelo, Christie’s International Real Estate, 917-373-8343; christiesrealestate.com

Costs

Common charges: $1,050 a month
Taxes: $485 a month

Pros

The kitchen is big. The building hosts movie nights and other events for residents.

Cons

Washer/dryers are not permitted.


  1. Steve White

  2. Steve White

  3. Steve White

  4. Steve White

  5. Steve White

  6. Steve White

  7. Steve White

  8. Steve White

  9. Steve White

Staten Island | 90 Bay Street Landing, No. 8G

A newly updated two-bedroom, two-full-and-one-half-bath, 2,082-square-foot apartment that has an open floor plan with a breakfast bar, a primary suite with a jet tub and electric shades, a den/home office, walk-in closets, a washer/dryer, electric heating and air-conditioning, a smart thermostat and a terrace, on the top floor of a nine-story doorman building with a live-in super, a private parking lot, a gym, a residents’ lounge, a children’s playroom, a playground, a barbecue area, a dog run and ball courts. Holly Olivieri, Holly’s Staten Island Buzz Realty, 718-702-6848; hollywiesnerolivieri.com

Costs

Common charges: $1,700 a month
Taxes: $494 a month in abated taxes
Temporary assessments: $128 a month through May 31, 2025, for improvements and $367 a month through July 31, 2026, for building reserves

Pros

The 429-square-foot terrace with expansive water views can be reached from both the living room and the primary suite. The building is a short walk from the Staten Island Ferry. A parking spot is included.

Cons

The second bedroom has windows that open to the terrace, but no door. The building has no extra storage and lacks a bike room.


  1. Matthew Anderson

  2. Matthew Anderson

  3. Matthew Anderson

  4. Matthew Anderson

  5. Matthew Anderson

  6. Matthew Anderson

  7. Matthew Anderson

Manhattan | 434 West 49th Street, No. 1

A one-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 670-square-foot, income-restricted apartment that has a kitchen with a window, a den or home office with a loft, a decorative fireplace, 10-foot ceilings and through-the-wall air-conditioning, on the first floor of a five-story 1910 building with a live-in super. Laura Cook and Gabriel Fanelli, Keller Williams NYC, 917-935-8140; kwnyc.com

Costs

Maintenance: $550 a month

Pros

The apartment has original built-ins and molding.

Cons

The building lacks outdoor space, shared laundry and extra storage.

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

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