2400 Johnson Avenue, #7E, Bronx
This two-bedroom co-op has an easy layout and an updated kitchen, but it’s the vistas that impress: Both the Hudson River and the Harlem River, the George Washington Bridge, Inwood Park and the city in the distance.
Asking price: $430,000
Monthly maintenance: $1,559
Agent: Scott Kriger, Citi-Habitats Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
One Hanson Place, #17J, Brooklyn
This two-bedroom, two-bath on a high floor at One Hanson Place, faces west toward the Verrazano Bridge and the Statue of Liberty. Building amenities include common terraces, a fitness center, and a children’s playroom; a music practice room and a game room are forthcoming.
Asking price: $999,000
Monthly common charges and taxes: $1445
Agent: Isaac Halpern, Halstead Property Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
845 United Nations Plaza
Nearly every room in this 1,613-square-foot condo, which was refurbished to add details like crown moldings and burl-wood-and-glass French doors, frames three of the city’s iconic buildings: the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building and the Metlife Building.
Asking price: $2.599 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $3,068
Agent: Margaret H. Bay, Brown Harris Stevens Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
70 Washington, #PH-G, Brooklyn
Night or day, what you’ll see out the windows of this 1,577-square-foot convertible three bedroom penthouse in Dumbo is dramatic: a postcard-perfect panorama of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan skyline.
Asking price: $2.8 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $890
Agents: Charles Homet and Terrence Le Ray, Halstead Property Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
65 Central Park West, 14th floor
This three-bedroom, two-bath co-op has prewar details”a decorative fireplace and oak floors”and a renovated kitchen with top-shelf appliances, but it’s the expansive view of Central Park that is the biggest draw.
Asking price: $3.15 million
Monthly maintenance: $3,479
Agent: Rachel Lustbader, Warburg Realty Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
101 Warren Street, #3250
This 2,297-square-foot duplex, one of four penthouses at the Tribeca condo, has a wraparound terrace as large as many two-bedrooms, and ceilings 22-feet tall. Floor-to-ceiling windows showcase the piece-de-resistance: Far-reaching views of the Hudson to the west, up to midtown, all the way down to Wall Street, and a sliver of the East River and the Brooklyn Bridge.
Asking price: $7.65 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $3,056
Agent: Heather Cook, the Corcoran Group Photo: Courtesy of the Broker
151 East 58th Street, #46D
One can see almost forever from this three-bedroom, three-bath perched on the 46th floor of One Beacon Court, a top-shelf condominium that helped usher in the boom years of real estate last decade.
Asking price: $16.5 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $6846
Agent: Maria Pashby and Joanna Pashby, the Corcoran Group Photo: Courtesy of the Broker