The Income-Capped Apartment
212 Forsyth St.
Because this charming one-bedroom is in a city-subsidized building, buyers must meet an income requirement. The cap here allows up to $175,000 for a single earner and $195,000 for a family.
Agent: Rachel Kelly, Town Real Estate Photo: Courtesy of the broker
The River House Co-op
E. 52nd St. Cooperative
An eleven-room duplex in the famed River House”the storied co-op with a cobblestoned motor court”has three exposures, a kitchen with a butler’s pantry, and two staff rooms.
Price: $8.25 million
Agents: Ann Jeffery and Kyle Blackmon, Brown Harris Stevens Photo: Courtesy of the broker
The Park-Outside-Your-Door Condo
200 Eleventh Ave.
Residents of this Annabelle Selldorf”designed building can park their cars right by their apartments via a “sky garage” elevator.
Price: $9 million
Agents: Leonard Steinberg and Herve Senequier, Douglas Elliman Photo: Courtesy of the broker
The Affordable-Housing Rental
404-414 W. 155th St.
This rent-stabilized two-bedroom is located in the Sugar Hill Apartments, a 124-unit project opening spring 2014. Income caps range from $18,050 for a studio to $79,700 for a three-bedroom.
Price: Between $349 to $1,588 per month
Developer: Broadway Housing Communities Photo: Courtesy of the broker
The Elusive, Single-Family Limestone Townhouse
16 E. 95th St.
This 8,000-square-foot limestone is kitted out with central air, an elevator, and five wood-burning fireplaces.
Price: $23.5 million
Agent: Leighton Candler, Corcoran Photo: Courtesy of the broker
The Manhattan Brownstone
With a Private Garage
157 E. 82nd St.
A five-floor townhouse with three wood-burning fireplaces and a yard is choice enough. But for anyone sick of jockeying for street spots or paying for parking, the garage sweetens the deal.
Price: $11 million
Agent: Dianne Van Laer, Douglas Elliman Photo: Courtesy of the broker