Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn

Manhattan | 85 Eighth Avenue, No. 6B

Chelsea Studio


A 550-square-foot co-op studio with a dishwasher and a breakfast bar in the kitchen, an open living/dining space, a raised sleeping nook behind sliding glass doors, a dressing room, customized closets, through-the-wall air-conditioning and a private terrace, on the top floor of a six-story doorman building with a courtyard, direct access to a public parking garage and shared laundry. Joshua B. Garner and Mike Fabbri, 203-535-4554, The Agency New York;


Maintenance: $1,688 a month


There’s a laundry room on each floor of the building. The air-conditioning units are new and heat is included in the maintenance. The board permits unlimited subletting after two years.


The dressing room is across the apartment from the sleeping nook. The terrace is tiny.

Manhattan | 552 West 43rd Street, No. PHA

Hell’s Kitchen Duplex

$2.399 million

A two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath 1,686-square-foot condo with an open floor plan, quartz countertops, an en suite bedroom and a powder room on the first level, an en suite primary bedroom with a terrace and a double vanity on the second, through-the-wall heating and air-conditioning, a washer/dryer, a deeded storage unit and a private elevator, on the top floor of an eight-story prewar building with a virtual intercom. Melissa Leifer and Adam Bokunewicz, 917-364-1274, Keller Williams;


Common charges: $1,582 a month
Taxes: $1,117 a month


The design of the home is bright and modern. The primary bedroom is big and there’s ample storage.


The building has no shared amenities.

Brooklyn | 111 North Ninth Street, No. 2L

Williamsburg Co-op


A one-bedroom, one-bath, 510-square-foot co-op apartment with an open living and kitchen area, integrated appliances, a decorative fireplace, a dressing room, an en suite windowed bathroom with radiant-heat floors, a washer/dryer and mini-split heating and air-conditioning, on the second floor of a three-story walk-up building from 1910 with basement storage lockers. Adrian Savino, 212-760-2690, Living New York;


Maintenance: $861 a month


The seller is an interior designer and fully renovated the home in the past year. Extra storage in the building is included with the maintenance.


The building has no shared amenities and a standard buzzer intercom. The washer/dryer is in the bedroom, where its noise may be bothersome.

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

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