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

1 minute, 38 seconds Read

This week’s properties are in Chelsea, on the Upper East Side and in Hollis Hills.

  1. Tim Waltman

  2. Tim Waltman

  3. Tim Waltman

  4. Tim Waltman

  5. Tim Waltman

  6. Tim Waltman

  7. Tim Waltman

Manhattan | 215 West 28th Street, No. 8A

A two-bedroom, two-bath 1,115-square-foot apartment that has an open floor plan with under-cabinet lighting, a vented range in the kitchen, an en suite primary bathroom with radiant-heat floors and a double vanity, a washer/dryer, and zoned heating and air-conditioning, on the eighth floor of a 21-story doorman building with a concierge, a super and 12,000 square feet of amenities including an indoor pool, a gym, sauna, roof deck, playroom and bike room. John Gomes, Diana Guo and Jessica Svensson, 212-967-0215, Douglas Elliman;


Common charges: $1,698 a month
Taxes: $2,078 a month


Cove lighting throughout the apartment is a nice detail. The buyer won’t have to pay a resident manager unit closing cost. With the exception of the bike room, access to amenities is included in the common charges.


The kitchen lacks counter space without an island, and space for a dining table is tight. Basement storage cages sell for $60,000 to $200,000 and the bike room costs $200 a year.

  1. Coldwell Banker Warburg

  2. Coldwell Banker Warburg

  3. Coldwell Banker Warburg

  4. Coldwell Banker Warburg

  5. Coldwell Banker Warburg

  6. Coldwell Banker Warburg

Manhattan | 164 East 72nd Street, No. 13C

A two-bedroom, two-bath, 950-square-foot apartment with a formal dining room, windowed en suite bathrooms, a wood-burning fireplace, built-ins, a vented washer/dryer, through-the-wall air-conditioning and a basement storage locker, in a 15-story prewar doorman building with a live-in resident manager, a gym, shared laundry and a shared garden. Ellen Sykes, 212-439-4553, Coldwell Banker Warburg;

We are having trouble retrieving the article content.

Please enable JavaScript in your browser settings.

Thank you for your patience while we verify access. If you are in Reader mode please exit and log into your Times account, or subscribe for all of The Times.

Thank you for your patience while we verify access.

Already a subscriber? Log in.

Want all of The Times? Subscribe.

This post was originally published on this site

Similar Posts

    Your Interest
    Your Interest List is emptyReturn to Buying