Manhattan | 210 East 36th Street, No. 9G
Murray Hill Co-op Studio
A 450-square-foot studio that has a kitchen with granite countertops, a dressing area with two closets and through-the-wall air-conditioning, on the ninth floor of a 13-story building with a part-time doorman, live-in superintendent, roof deck, video security, shared patio, shared laundry, extra storage and bike spaces. Susan Goldenberg, BOND New York, 917-902-9226; bondnewyork.com
Maintenance: $1,107 a month
A dishwasher is permitted with board approval. There’s a nice view of nearby high-rises from the north-facing window.
The kitchen is tiny and dated. The bathroom could use a renovation, too.
Manhattan | 250 East 65th Street, No. 12A
Lenox Hill Condo
A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,400-square-foot apartment that has a windowed kitchen with integrated appliances, a wine fridge, an open living/dining room, an en suite primary bedroom with a walk-in closet, voice-controlled window shades, zoned heating and air-conditioning, and a washer/dryer, on the 12th floor of a 14-story doorman building with a gym, roof deck, bike room and a waiting list for storage lockers. Geoffrey Gottlieb, Christie’s International Real Estate Group, 516-551-2517; christiesrealestate.com
Common charges: $1,519 a month
Taxes: $1,438 a month
This corner unit was fully renovated in the last four years. The bedroom windows are soundproof.
Neither bathroom has windows.
Brooklyn | 235 Adams St., No. 4-I
Downtown Brooklyn Co-op
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 734-square-foot apartment that has an updated kitchen with a breakfast bar, a dining nook, and a bedroom with two closets, on the fourth floor of a 16-story doorman building in Concord Village with a live-in superintendent, roof deck, gym, shared laundry and a waiting list for outdoor parking. Daniel Blatman and Bethany Taufiq, The Agency, 917-297-8575; theagencyre.com
Maintenance: $985 a month
There’s a thermostat to control the heat, a rare perk in a New York City co-op. The kitchen and bathroom were renovated in 2021. There’s good closet space and the bedroom can accommodate a king-size bed.
The air-conditioning units are unsightly in the otherwise nice windows. The bulkhead below the ceiling cramps the living room.
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