Brooklyn | 123 Pierrepont Street, No. 2A
Brooklyn Heights Co-op
A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,100-square-foot prewar apartment, with a combined living and dining room that has a painted-brick fireplace, a pass-through kitchen with quartz counters and a dishwasher, a primary suite and a washer and dryer; on the second floor of a five-story, non-doorman, self-managed, elevator building. Tita Omeze, Corcoran Group, 917-776-7698; corcoran.com
$1,504 a month
The primary suite has a balcony. Built-in bookshelves are a nice addition to the living room.
The co-op does not allow pets. The western exposure is mostly dominated by a roof of the church next-door.
Manhattan | 223 West 21st Street, No. 4K
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 600-square-foot prewar apartment, with a combined living and dining room that has a non-working fireplace with a painted mantel, a windowed kitchen with a dishwasher, a windowed bath with a stall shower, transom windows and hardwood floors on the fourth floor of a five-story, non-doorman, elevator building with basement laundry rooms. Ray Manikowski, Corcoran Group, 646-712-3435; corcoran.com
$1,162 a month
The apartment, in the back of the building, is quiet. The co-op has a live-in superintendent.
The views to the east and west are of brick walls. The bedroom, a combination of two smaller bedrooms, has two doors, though one could be closed permanently to create more wall space for furniture.
Manhattan | 444 East 52nd Street, No. 9C
Sutton Place Area Co-op
A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,150-square-foot, prewar apartment, with a living room that has a fireplace with a stone mantel, a windowed renovated kitchen with a wine refrigerator, windowed renovated baths, a primary suite, a secondary bedroom with folding doors that’s serving as a den, hardwood floors and casement windows in a doorman elevator building with a live-in superintendent, and laundry and bike rooms. Diana Devendorf Rice, Sotheby’s International Realty, 516-458-9389; sothebysrealty.com
$3,238 a month
The apartment has five closets.
There is no dedicated dining room, and the kitchen is too small for a table. So meals are instead taken at a table in the foyer.
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