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

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This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, Roosevelt Island and in St. George.

Manhattan | 269 West 72nd Street, No. 14D

A roughly 450-square-foot studio with an entry closet, a windowed kitchen, a dishwasher, a windowed bathroom, window-unit air-conditioning and a hall storage closet, on the 14th floor of a 16-story prewar building with a live-in super, a bike room, a waiting list for storage bins and shared laundry. Tate Kelly, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 212-327-9678; cbwarburg.com

Costs

Maintenance: $1,360 a month
Assessment: $170 a month through June 2027, to replace the water tank and update the facade

Pros

There are nice views of Upper West Side landmarks. The monthly maintenance fee includes Spectrum TV and internet. Pieds-à-terre are permitted.

Cons

The building lacks amenities such as a gym or shared outdoor space.


Manhattan | 575 Main Street, No. 1312

An updated three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, roughly 1,656-square-foot duplex apartment with an open floor plan, a windowed kitchen, a breakfast bar and a marble half bath on the upper level; an en suite primary bedroom with a walk-in closet, two additional bedrooms and a full bath on the lower level; plus a washer/dryer, ample closets and use of a storage cage, in a 19-story doorman building from 1975 with a super, a gym, a dog run and a courtyard. Kaja Meade and Katie Cook, Corcoran Group, 703-655-5856; corcoran.com

Costs

Maintenance: $2,156 a month

Pros

The East River and the Manhattan skyline are visible from the primary bedroom. The living area is spacious and gets sun all day.

Cons

It’s a large space to cool without central air-conditioning.


Staten Island | 350 Richmond Terrace, No. 7Q

A two-bedroom, one-bath, 1,050-square-foot apartment with a Pullman kitchen, a dining alcove, ample closets and through-the-wall air-conditioning, on the top floor of a seven-story building from 1960 with a live-in super, a waiting list for parking, shared storage, bike racks and a library. Holly Olivieri, Holly’s Staten Island Buzz Realty, 917-414-0847; hollywiesnerolivieri.com

Costs

Maintenance: $890 a month

Pros

Water views abound from every window.

Cons

The kitchen and other spaces in the apartment could use updates. The building lacks shared outdoor space.

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

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