Manhattan | 71 East 77th Street, No. 9A
Upper East Side Co-op
A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,000-square-foot apartment with built-in shelves and a closet in the foyer; a step-down living room with a fireplace and built-in bookcases; a windowed kitchen with a breakfast bar, dishwasher and a pass-through; a primary bedroom with two closets, including a walk-in, and a windowed en suite full bathroom; a second bedroom or home office with a Murphy bed and a windowed en suite bath with a shower stall; leaded casement windows; hardwood floors; and central air-conditioning; on the ninth floor of a 10-story prewar doorman building with a live-in superintendent, a storage room, bike room and laundry room. Sabrina Saltiel, Douglas Elliman, 212-350-2205; douglaselliman.com
$4,475 a month
The tile flooring in the kitchen and foyer is easy to clean. The layout is ideal for entertaining, with the bedrooms tucked away from the dining area and living areas.
Both bedrooms have en suite bathrooms. Though beautiful, the leaded casement windows have original single panes and are not soundproof. The second bedroom doesn’t have a closet.
Manhattan | 351 W. 53rd Street, No. 2
Hell’s Kitchen Co-op
A two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath, 953-square-foot apartment with a working fireplace, exposed brick, a windowed kitchen with a dishwasher and granite countertops; an en suite half bath in the primary bedroom; a second bedroom with a working fireplace; a windowed full bath with a glass shower stall and a linen closet; through-the-wall air-conditioning; newly polished hardwood floors and several closets on the second floor of a four-story building. Matthew J. Perceval, 646-284-8048, Sotheby’s International Realty; sothebysrealty.com
$2,016 a month
Heat and hot water are included in the maintenance. The primary bedroom is large enough to make its en suite half bath a full. Overhead cubbies throughout the apartment provide extra storage.
There’s no view to write home about, and the apartment doesn’t have a bathtub.
Brooklyn | 140 East 2nd Street, No. 6U
Windsor Terrace Co-op
A recently-renovated one-bedroom, one-bath, 800-square-foot apartment with an open living room and kitchen, a dishwasher and hardwood floors on the top floor of a six-story prewar building with two elevators, a live-in super, basement storage, a bike room, laundry room, recording studio, garden, backyard, stroller parking and a playroom. Shii Ann Huang, Compass, 212-913-9093; compass.com
$785 a month
The living area and bedroom can each accommodate a home office or sleeping nook. Maintenance includes utilities along with Showtime and HBO.
Closet space is limited. The apartment has no private outdoor space.
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