Homes for Sale in New York City

Manhattan | 552 Riverside Drive, No. 6F

A one-bedroom, one-bath, roughly 500-square-foot apartment with 10-foot ceilings, a windowed galley kitchen, a bedroom with three closets, and a windowed bathroom with a soaking tub, on the top floor of a six- story prewar elevator building with a live-in superintendent, video intercom, shared laundry, gym, children’s playroom, complimentary storage, courtyard and roof deck. James Michael Angelo, BOND New York, 917-373-8343;


Maintenance: $1,074 a month


With new window casings, exposed brick and original wood floors, this apartment has charm before it’s furnished. The building’s residents share a vegetable garden on the roof deck, which offers views of the Hudson River.


The kitchen is narrow.

Manhattan | 79 West 12th Street, No. 5G

A one-bedroom, one-bath, 800-square-foot co-op apartment with granite countertops in the galley kitchen, built-in bookshelves, a bedroom that accommodates a king-size bed, through-the-wall air-conditioning and ample closets, on the fifth floor of a 16-story doorman building with storage, shared laundry, a live-in superintendent, bike room and roof deck. Ben Dixon and Matthew Mackay, Douglas Elliman, 646-221-3072;


Common charges: $1,862 a month


The kitchen was renovated four years ago. The air-conditioning units are disguised with decorative covers.


The kitchen is narrow and, like the bathroom, doesn’t have a window.

Brooklyn | 1 City Point, No. 51C

A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,145-square-foot apartment with quartz countertops, a wine fridge, an en suite primary bedroom with a walk-in closet and radiant-heated bathroom floors, and a washer/dryer, on the 51st floor of Brooklyn Point, a 68-story doorman building with a roof deck, a children’s playroom, a playground, a gym, conference and screening rooms, bike storage, a concierge, commercial laundry, indoor and outdoor pools, a ball court, a sauna and a steam room. Jane Betancourt of Extell Marketing Group and Ryan Serhant of SERHANT.; 718-222-5770;


Common charges: $1,421 a month


Views from the apartment’s high perch are expansive. The building offers 40,000 square feet of amenities, including a full floor for health and wellness with a spin studio and a rock climbing wall. The 25-year tax abatement runs through June 2046.


A good-size dining table would be tight in the open kitchen and living area. The kitchen has ample storage but not much counter space.

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

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