Downtown for (Somewhat) Less

Photographs Courtesy of the Brokers

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For Sale
3 Hanover Square, #3F A 1,000-square-foot, one-bedroom co-op with a sleeping loft in a pet-friendly building that once served as the New York Cotton Exchange
Asking Price: $700,000.
Days on market: 35.
Monthly maintenance: $1,256.
Agents: Dario Mannarino and Francesca Mannarino Werz, the Corcoran Group Photo: Courtesy of the Broker

For Sale
55 Liberty Street, #18A A two-bedroom, two-bath corner apartment with tall ceilings and large windows in a circa-1909 building that was one of the first co-op conversions in the neighborhood.
Asking Price: $999,000.
Days on market: 20.
Monthly maintenance: : $2,204.
Agent: Ariel Cohen, Prudential Douglas Elliman Photo: Courtesy of the Broker

For Rent
88 Greenwich Street, #1603 A one-bedroom, one-bath available furnished or empty in one of the area’s most perk-alicious buildings (e.g., billiard room, refrigeration room, fitness center).
Rent: $3,495 or $3,695 (furnished).
Days on market: 23.
Agents: Jason Perkal and Prince Dockery, Prudential Douglas Elliman. Photo: Courtesy of the Broker

For Rent
15 Broad Street, #1830 A sprawling loft with maple hardwood floors, a huge pantry, and two floors of living space.
Rent: $5,300.
Days on market: 2.
Agent: Neil Nerich, Bond New York. Photo: Courtesy of the Broker

For Rent
54 Stone Street A 3,000-square-foot, five-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, fully renovated apartment with twelve-foot ceilings, a washer and dryer, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking prime Stone Street
Rent: $7,500.
Days on market: 46.
Agent: Michael Hosokawa, Platinum Properties. Photo: Courtesy of the Broker

Downtown for (Somewhat) Less