42 West Ninth Street No.| 42 West Ninth Street, No. 13
Greenwich Village Prewar Co-op
Three-bedroom, one and a half-bath co-op apartment. It features crown molding and 11-foot ceilings. A living room with original mantel and fireplace. A windowed kitchen with dishwasher. A fireplace in the primary bedroom. A lower-level den with exposed brick. Ryan Bourque and Michael Fabbri, Nest Seekers International, 917-226-6132, nestseekers.com
$5,364 per Month
Lower-level spaces can be converted into open-plan living spaces. Each fireplace is functional.
The apartment is small and has just one bathroom.
Manhattan | 125 East 64th Street, No. 3
Lenox Hill Prewar Co-op
One-bedroom, one bathroom co-op apartment. It features 11-foot ceilings with a fireplace, eight foot casement windows, and built-in bookcases. The open kitchen and dining area has a wine fridge and pantry closet. A lofted bedroom has two closets and a built in dresser. Joan Kagan, Rachel Zack, and Melissa Gaccione are all available through The Agency at 917-992-9333; theagencyre.com
$1,491 per Month
The living room’s grandeur is rare and the fireplace works. The area’s maintenance fees are low.
Some may feel unsafe in an elevated parlor area without protective railing. While pieds-à-terre are permitted by the co-op, subletting and pets are not.
The Bronx | 1075 Grand Concourse, No. 2R
Grand Concourse Co-op
This is a three-bedroom, two bath co-op apartment. It has a foyer with a closet, a dining area with windows and built in cabinets, and a kitchen with granite flooring, dishwasher, and window seat. Deborah Miller, Brown Harris Stevens; 646-922-427. bhsusa.com
$1,643 per Month
This kitchen is custom made by the seller, who is an interior designer. There’s a lot of square footage and storage space for the money.
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