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Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn

Manhattan | 408 West 57th Street, No. 2M

Columbus Circle Co-op


A one-bedroom, one-bath, 950-square-foot apartment that has an open, updated kitchen with a breakfast bar, a spacious bedroom with mini-split air-conditioning, a sunroom and ample closets, on the second floor of the Geneva, a 10-story doorman building from 1957 with a live-in superintendent, on-site property management, a public parking garage, central laundry, a bike room and storage lockers. Juliet Shine, Keller Williams, 412-779-6625;


Maintenance: $1,580 a month
Temporary assessment: $111 a month through December 2023 (to recover ground-floor commercial rental income lost during the pandemic).


The apartment is anchored by its spacious, 32-foot-long open living room and kitchen.


Dogs are not permitted. The building has a waiting list for storage lockers and bike hooks. The temporary assessment increases monthly outlay.

Manhattan | 150 Nassau St., No. 2A

Financial District Condo

$2.399 million

A two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath 1,711-square-foot apartment that has 13-foot ceilings; an open living, dining and kitchen area with a breakfast bar, wine fridge and built-in bookshelves; a primary suite with a walk-in closet, a double sink, walk-in shower and soaking tub; a second en suite bedroom with an open wardrobe; a solarium with exposed brick that opens to a terrace; a washer/dryer, and PTAC heating and cooling, on the second floor of the prewar American Tract Society Building, a 23-story doorman building with a gym, public parking garage, resident’s lounge and roof deck. Kelly Rogers, Living New York, 646-512-1411;


Common charges: $2,264 a month
Taxes: $1,254 a month


This spacious, well-maintained apartment has many special features, from 11-foot arched windows to the indoor/outdoor living space.


Views from the terrace are blocked in all directions by the sides of other buildings.

Queens | 22-59 21st Street

Astoria Brick House

$1.1 million

A two-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath, 1,360-square-foot house with a living room and kitchen on the first level; two bedrooms, a kitchen and two terraces on the second level; a finished basement with a half-bath and washer/dryer hookups; gas heat; front and rear courtyards, and a detached two-car garage. Ben Falchi and Peta Couzens, The Agency, 917-664-7144;


Taxes: $7,606 a year


This corner house comes with outdoor space in front and back, and is a short walk from Astoria Park, Ditmars Boulevard and 31st Street, which has the N and W trains. Subway-bound buses stop along 21st Street. The roof is only five years old.


It’s dated throughout and the current layout is odd. The nearby elevated train is noisy.

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

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