269 West 72nd Street, PHA
This jewel-box studio in a prewar coop is petite, but it doesn’t skimp on the goodies. The outdoor space, irrigated and wired for electricity, nearly wraps around the entire apartment, and there’s tons of natural light.
Monthly maintenance: $1,335
Broker: Lucy Kirk, Halstead Property All photographs courtesy of the brokers
105 Montague Street, #802
Towering ceilings add drama to this 1000-square-foot one-bedroom. Sitting atop the Montague, an iconic building in Brooklyn Heights, it has one-and-a-half baths and a roof terrace, and is two blocks from the promenade.
Monthly maintenance: $1,122
Brokers: Michael Coleman and Rob Donohoe, the Corcoran Group
212 East 48 Street, Unit PHA1
This two-bedroom, one-bath in a red-brick prewar coop off Third Avenue has undergone a modern conversion; the interiors have been extensively refreshed to create a lofty vibe. It also has protected views of Turtle Bay Gardens.
Monthly maintenance: $1,982
Broker: Victoria Vinokur, Prudential Douglas Elliman
130 Barrow Street, PH514
This top-floor duplex in the West Village offers vistas of the river and the Empire State Building. The kitchen has been completely redone, and opens onto the living room with a woodburning fireplace. The master bedroom has a glass-walled, spa-like bathroom with curtains that can be drawn for privacy.
Price: $1.98 million
Monthly common charges: $2,081
Broker: Steven Cohen, The Corcoran Group
130 West 20th Street, Penthouse 11B
The word penthouse connotes privacy, exclusivity, views, and size, says broker John Carapella, and this duplex hits all four notes. The interior measures 2313-square-feet, not including two outdoor spaces. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath has four exposures and looks onto the Empire State Building and the surrounding Flatiron District.
Price: $3.1 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $3,589
Brokers: Tracie Hamersley and John Carapella, Citi-Habitats
45 Walker Street, #6
This 7000-square-foot, four-bedroom duplex condo in Tribeca has both a sense of grandeur and intimacy, says listing broker Margaret Velard. The large expanse is divided into clusters of coziness, including two rooftop terraces designed for entertaining. There’s also a media room, study, and a combination den and private gym.
Price: $18.5 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $9,345
Brokers: Margaret H. Velard and Stewart Clarke, Brown Harris Stevens
610 Park Avenue, PH16F
This 7700-square-foot, five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath has open sky views and plenty of light. “You really feel like you’re in your own space,” says broker Janet Wang. “You’re not looking onto anyone else’s apartment.”
Price: $25.8 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $18,786
Brokers: Carrie Chiang and Carrie Wang, the Corcoran Group