350 East 62nd Street, #5N
The rooftop deck of this 900-square-foot two-bedroom condo isn’t massive, but the future owner can enjoy an open, 210-degree view facing north and west and ample space for socializing. The building was a commercial laundry built in 1918 and later converted into a 93-unit condo, and this is one of seven units on the north side that have windows that extend up and curve into the ceiling.
Asking price: $879,000
Monthly common charges and taxes: $1470
Agent: Brian Philpott, Citi-Habitats Photo: Courtesy of the Agent
9935 Shore Road, #8A, Bay Ridge
The owner of this three-bedroom, two-bath refashioned this Bay Ridge condo into a high-style, modern space, with a roofdeck with an outdoor kitchen, shower and plasma TV reachable from another terrace. The Verrazano Bridge beckons, as well as the New York harbor.
Asking price: $1.85 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $856
Agents: Jon Capobianco and Jessica Buchman, the Corcoran Group Photo: Courtesy of the Agents
23 Park Avenue, PH-B
This two-bedroom, two-bath sits atop a Stanford White building, and has a roofdeck accessible via the kitchen that basks under the watchful gaze of the Empire State building.
Asking price: $2 million
Monthly maintenance: $3,172
Agents: Joshua Rubin, Nathan Wolf and Daniel O’Connell, Prudential Douglas Elliman Photo: Courtesy of the Agents
300 East 74th Street, PH-F
The roofdeck is reachable from the sitting room of this two-bedroom duplex’s master bedroom suite. The outdoor space has been landscaped, with an irrigation system installed to keep the plantings healthy. It also has a built-in banquette, plus lounge chairs and tables for enjoying the summer weather and western views toward Central Park and beyond.
Asking price: $2.25 million
Monthly maintenance: $2,853.63
Agent: Lauren Cangiano, Halstead Property 646-286-5900 Photo: Courtesy of the Agent
70 Washington Street, PH-G, Dumbo
The outdoor space runs the length of this apartment”aka 31 feet”and has views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan skyline. The 1,577-square-foot apartment, which has an open-loft configuration and is tucked into a 1910 corrugated-cardboard factory, has three bedrooms, two baths, and walls of glass.
Asking price: $2.8 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $890
Agents: Terrence Le Ray and Charles Homet, Halstead Property Photo: Courtesy of the Agents
233 East 17th Street, PH3
This three-bedroom, two-bath is in a prewar condo (a relative rarity in Gramercy) that once served as a convent and overlooks Stuyvesant Square Park. The 1,060-square-foot is accessible from a stairwell leading from the apartment’s hallway and it has a grill and a shower for cooling off, plus a skylight that brings light into the living room.
Asking price: $2.85 million
Monthly common charges and taxes: $2558
Agent: Tamir Shemesh, the Corcoran Group Photo: Courtesy of the Agent