Brooklyn | 336 Saint Mark’s Avenue, No. 3A
Prospect Heights Condo
A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, 1,500-square-foot apartment with a combined living and dining room that has a balcony; a kitchen with a dishwasher and breakfast bar; a primary suite with a walk-in closet and balcony; and a laundry room, on the third floor of a four-story, non-doorman elevator building with a roof deck and parking garage. Nicholas Athanail, Corcoran Group, 917-686-4934; corcoran.com
Common charges: $1,352 a month
Taxes: $990 a month
The apartment feels bright, stylish and comfortable, and it comes with a deeded indoor parking space, though monthly fees apply.
None of the bathrooms have windows.
Manhattan | 507 East 12th Street, No. 1B
East Village Co-op
A one-bedroom, one-bath, 550-square-foot prewar apartment with a combined living and dining room, a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a dishwasher, a bedroom with French doors, and hardwood floors, on the ground floor of a five-story non-doorman building with 13 units and a shared courtyard. Christian Bindel, Sotheby’s International Realty, 510-304-4009; sothebysrealty.com
$1,159 a month
The storage space is generous for an apartment of its size and includes large closets in the living room.
The apartment is dim. A dining table would need to be small to fit.
Manhattan | 274 Water Street, No. 1F
South Street Seaport Co-op
A 900-square-foot prewar studio apartment with an open floor plan, a sleeping area set apart with a curtain, a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a dishwasher, a bathroom with subway-tile walls, a washer and dryer, original columns, 12-foot ceilings and painted-brick walls, in a non-doorman walk-up building on a Belgian-block-lined street near the Brooklyn Bridge. Steve Gold, 212-508-7193, William McLarnon, 609-204-8853, Corcoran Group; corcoran.com
$1,595 a month
The apartment’s raw, industrial touches seem of a piece with the neighborhood, a historic working-waterfront district. The unit comes with a basement storage area.
The apartment, a former storefront, has windows and a glassed door looking directly out onto Water Street, which may be unnerving to those accustomed to more private settings.
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