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Queens | Queens | 10 Holder Place, No.5A

2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,700 square foot pre-war apartment, living room with 14 foot ceilings, formal dining room with French doors, windowed galley kitchen with dishwasher, main suite, foyer – part-time Sitting area, casement windows and inlaid hardwood floors on top floor of elevator building with doorman and basement laundry room. Denise Figliolia, Sotheby’s International Realty, 917-747-7525; sothebysrealty.com

maintenance

$2,818/month

Strong Points

Especially the living room, which is about 400 square feet, larger than a studio apartment in New York.

Cons

Buyers who expect apartments to be fully equipped may be disappointed. For example, there is no gym.

Manhattan | 133 West 28th Street, No. 3B

900 sq ft loft style pre-war apartment with 1 bedroom separated by a partial wall, open floor plan, open kitchen, 1 windowless bath, washer and dryer, exposed brick walls. , 3rd has original hardwood floors. The first floor of an unmanned elevator building in Hanamachi. Megan Buckley, Brown Harris Stevens, 410-279-3336; bhsusa.com

maintenance

$2,155/month

Strong Points

Buyers wishing to renovate may prefer the blank potential of this somewhat raw space, with south-facing windows.

Cons

Flower delivery can be a noisy block.


Manhattan | 140 Fifth Avenue, No. 5A

Manhattan 140 Fifth Avenue, No. 5A

One bedroom, one bath, 900 square foot pre-war apartment, living and dining room, open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, washer and dryer, master bedroom with two walls lined with built-outs Second sleeping area with closet, built-in shelving and pocket doors, and 11′ ceilings. Christy Ambrosetti, Sotheby’s International Realty, 917-763-8504; sothebysrealty.com

maintenance

$1,896 per month

Strong Points

The house’s huge windows take in architecturally interesting buildings and a dynamic cityscape.

Cons

The bedroom is too small to be a legal bedroom. In fact, twin beds are rarely accommodated today, but this space can be transformed into a study or home office.

Given the current rapid pace of the market, some properties may no longer be available at the time of publication.

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