Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Queens – The New York Times

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This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Gramercy Park and in Long Island City.

Manhattan | 341 West 87th Street, No. 1F

A roughly 600-square-foot one-bath studio that has a step-down galley kitchen with a dishwasher, a bathroom with a heated towel bar, a queen-size Murphy bed, a lofted den or home office, customized closets, crown molding, French doors, a wood-burning fireplace, 11-and-a-half-foot ceilings, a basement storage cage and a small balcony, on the parlor floor of a five-story townhouse from 1895 with a super, a size restriction for pets, bike storage and shared laundry. Patrick Lilly and Jasmin Abrol, CORE, 917-863-7873; corenyc.com

Costs

Maintenance: $2,088 a month
Assessment: $330 a month through October 2026 to replenish building reserves

Pros

The wood-burning fireplace is original and in working condition. The unit was updated five years ago, and common elements of the townhouse are being updated now. Compact washer/dryers are permitted.

Cons

The overhead clearance in the sleeping loft is low, and the ladder may not feel safe to all.


Manhattan | 385 First Avenue, No. 7H

A one-bedroom, one-bath, 748-square-foot apartment with an open floor plan, a kitchen with marble countertops, a breakfast bar, ample closets and a vented washer/dryer on the seventh floor of a 21-story doorman building with a live-in resident manager, a shared terrace, a residents’ lounge, a gym, a roof deck and a bike room. Calli Sarkesh, Compass, 917-821-2798; compass.com

Costs

Common charges: $1,142 a month
Taxes: $1,107 a month

Pros

Large windows let in lots of light, and the kitchen has ample counter space.

Cons

A capital reserves assessment equaling two months of common charges is to be paid at closing.


Queens | 27-28 Thomson Avenue, No. 416

A one-bath, 1,324-square-foot condo with granite countertops, a dishwasher, a sleeping nook, a dressing room, a den/home office, a bathroom with a double vanity, 14-foot ceilings, a washer/dryer and zoned heating and air-conditioning on the fourth floor of an eight-story prewar doorman building with a concierge, a live-in super, a private parking garage, a gym, a sauna, a swimming pool, a roof deck, a children’s playroom, a residents’ lounge, basement storage cages, shared laundry, a bike room and a courtyard. Hanifa Scully and Martine Gerard, Corcoran Group, 212-532-3623; corcoran.com

Costs

Common charges: $1,071 a month
Taxes: $433 a month

Pros

The sleeping nook can be closed off with sliding glass doors. The apartment is quiet and has double-pane windows.

Cons

The only windows are at the front of the apartment.

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

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