Manhattan | 55 Park Ave., No. 8E
Murray Hill Co-op
A two-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 1,000-square-foot apartment that has a galley kitchen with a service entrance, an entry closet, a corner primary bedroom with a walk-in closet, a windowed bathroom with heated floors connecting the two bedrooms, herringbone oak floors, a wood-burning fireplace, built-in bookshelves and a complimentary storage unit, on the eighth floor of a 16-story prewar doorman building with a live-in resident manager, an elevator operator and shared laundry. Mary Barbrack, Michelle Flikerski and Julia Hoagland, Compass, 646-522-3080; compass.com
Maintenance: $3,330 a month
Assessment: $828.63 a month until Nov. 1, 2024 (to replace the boiler)
The fireplace works. The large windows provide Manhattan views. The building, with a grand lobby and manual elevator doors, exudes old-word charm. There are only two apartments per floor.
The maintenance is high. The kitchen is small and dated, there’s no bathtub and washer/dryers are not permitted. There’s a 2 percent flip tax to be paid by the buyer.
Manhattan | 252 South St., No. 49J
Two Bridges Condo
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 695-square-foot apartment with floor-to-ceiling windows, a breakfast bar, a primary bedroom with two closets, an en suite bath with radiant-heat floors, a washer/dryer, and central heating and air-conditioning, on the 49th floor of One Manhattan Square, an 80-story doorman building with 100,000 square feet of amenities including a 75-foot indoor saltwater pool, a full-sized basketball court, a children’s playroom and a one-acre outdoor park. Anne Versluis, Extell Marketing Group, 646-315-6629; corcoran.com
Common charges: $893 a month
Taxes: $14 a month in abated taxes through June 2039
The apartment features expansive high-floor views. The large tax abatement extends for nearly 16 years.
Space for a dining area is limited. The cost for storage units starts at $38,000.
Bronx | 1922 McGraw Ave., No. 3G
A one-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 750-square-foot apartment that has a windowed galley kitchen with quartz countertops and space for a dining table, a foyer with a closet, a bedroom that fits a queen-size bed, a windowed bathroom and a deeded storage locker, on the third floor of a six-story prewar elevator building with a live-in superintendent, video intercom and shared laundry. Corey Thomas and Timothy Ford, The Agency, 678-684-7545; theagencyre.com
Maintenance: $830 a month
The board permits rentals for two of every five years, after the first two years of residency. The building is one block from a No. 6 line subway station.
There’s no private or shared outdoor space and there are no parks with fields or ball courts nearby. Dogs are not permitted.
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