Manhattan | 860 United Nations Plaza, No. 35/36D
Turtle Bay Duplex
A three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath, roughly 3,400-square-foot apartment with formal living and dining rooms, built-in cabinets, a wood-burning fireplace, an eat-in kitchen and a powder room on the first level; an en suite primary bedroom, two additional en suite bedrooms and walk-in closets on the second level; plus a washer/dryer and private elevator, in a 38-story doorman building with a concierge, valet, gym, Pilates studio, golf simulator, conference rooms, bike room, shared laundry, extra storage and two decks. Arlene Reed and Rebecca Blacker, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 917-373-8343; cbwarburg.com
Maintenance: $10,061 a month
There are beautiful views of the East River and Midtown throughout the apartment. The bedrooms are large and there are ample closets. The fireplace works.
The apartment, with its wall-to-wall carpeting and peeling wallpaper, could use a renovation. The maintenance is high.
Manhattan | 320 West End Ave., No. 2B
Upper West Side Co-op
A two-bedroom, three-bath, roughly 1,730-square-foot apartment with a windowed galley kitchen, a butler’s pantry with a service entrance, French doors between formal living and dining rooms, an en suite primary bedroom with heated bathroom floors, a second en suite bedroom, an en suite home office, built-in bookcases, ample closets, a washer/dryer and complimentary basement storage, in a 15-story prewar doorman building with a live-in superintendent, roof deck and bike room. Sandra Levykh, Michelle Flikerski and Julia Hoagland, Compass, 718-702-5222; compass.com
Maintenance: $3,761 a month
This classic six has good renovation potential: The kitchen can be expanded and the dining room can be converted to a third bedroom.
The sink in the second bedroom’s en suite bath is awkwardly close to the shower. The butler’s pantry and the home office’s en suite bath are dated.
Queens | 30-38 29th St., No. 5B
Long Island City Studio
A one-bath, 389-square-foot condo with a dishwasher, subway-tile backsplash and quartz countertops, mini-split air-conditioning units, wood floors, triple-pane windows and a balcony, on the fifth floor of Petra, a seven-story all-electric building with a roof deck, laundry room, bike room, Amazon lockers, storage units, on-site parking and Latch smart-lock access. Gregory Kyroglou and Eli Kamitsis, Modern Spaces, 917-916-6776; modernspaces.com
Common charges: $467 a month
Taxes: $409 a month
The apartment’s rectangular shape accommodates designated living spaces. The balcony is at the rear of the building, where it’s quieter.
There’s only one closet and storage units cost $15,000.
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