What a difference location (and doorman?) make! This weekend, check out a 1-bedroom going for $2,975, a 3-bedroom going for almost $300 cheaper, and a beautiful studio.
130 8th Avenue, #7E (between Carroll Street & Montgomery Place)
Details: This “generously proportioned” one bedroom is on the 7th floor of a full service elevator building, with open views of the Manhattan skyline. The recently renovated kitchen features stainless appliances, granite countertops, and cork flooring. The alcove living room allows extra room for a dining or office area, and both laundry and bike storage are available in the basement. The place was taken off the market for renovation, and is now in mint condition with a redesigned dining area, a refurbished bathroom with newly glazed tub, and freshly painted walls. It even comes with a parking space in the co-op’s garage! Pets available by approval.
Contact: Listed by Brown Harris Stevens, Miya Signor at (718) 399-4104
Open House: Saturday August 31, 11am-12pm
522 5th Street (between 7th & 8th Avenues)
Details: At a price cheaper than the aforementioned one-bedroom by almost $300, this apartment has three bedrooms, a large living area with space for both a dining and entertaining area (pictured above), big windows with lots of light, and beautiful pre-war moldings. The third bedroom is a small one, though– suitable for a twin bed or for use as an office. But seriously, guys, three bedrooms for under $3000? It almost seems too good to be true.
Contact: Listed by Douglas Elliman, Jermel Singleton at (917) 554-4689
Open House: Saturday August 31, by appointment
116 Prospect Park West #2R (between 6th & 7th Streets)
Details: This lofty and sun-filled studio features high ceilings, an enormous bathroom, plenty of closet space, a private deck, and a separate kitchen with quality appliances and ample counter and cabinet space. Heat and water are included, and small dogs are allowed.
Contact: Listed by Halstead, Desiree Gordon at (718) 613-2088
Open House: Saturday August 31, 12:30-1:30pm
Photo via Douglas Elliman