co-ops

Cool Listings, Greenwich Village

136 West 13th Street, greenwich village, cool listings, co-ops, townhouses

Photo credit: Matt Vacca for Douglas Kampsen, Compass

It’s easy to forget that this gorgeous duplex at 136 West 13th Street isn’t an entire townhouse. Located on the kind of Village block that inspires envy in even the most jaded passerby, it has all of the best bits within its two gracious floors. With historic charm in full effect and a stylish, sophisticated renovation adding custom design, the two-story, one-bedroom co-op is asking $2.75 million.

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Chelsea, Cool Listings

300 West 23rd Street, Chelsea co-op

Photos by Katie Breitic for Tom Cooper, courtesy of Compass

If there’s one name that harkens to the glamour of pre-war architecture, it very well might be Emery Roth, the designer of the 1931 building at 300 West 23rd Street. And this one-bedroom corner unit, currently on the market for $750,000, has taken this notion of Art Deco glamour and infused it into a modern renovation that also adds some glitz and mid-century nods. With two gracious walk-in closets, a contemporary open kitchen, and plenty of street-facing windows, the co-op is sure to turn some heads. Read more

Cool Listings, Lower East Side

85 Stanton Street, cool listings, co-ops, lower east side

Image credit: RISE Media courtesy of The Corcoran Group.

It’s a challenge to find a nice apartment of any size for under $1 million–save perhaps a studio–in prime downtown neighborhoods like the Lower East Side. This two-bedroom co-op at 85 Stanton Street is a classic tenement walk-up with a small second bedroom; but in addition to location, it has a sparkling renovation on its side plus lots of brick and pre-war charm, and it’s only asking $875,000.

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Cool Listings, Park Slope

19 7th avenue, cool listings, Park Slope

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This one-bedroom, pre-war co-op at 19 7th Avenue is just one flight up from a classic north Park Slope street. Asking $499,000, it has the proper postcard charm of a lovely landmarked brownstone–working fireplace included–and it’s just a few blocks from Prospect Park.

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Cool Listings, More Top Stories, Morningside Heights

606 west 113th street, morningside heights, cool listings

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Asking $529,000, this first-floor home at 606 West 113th Street is on a pretty tree-lined street in Morningside Heights between Riverside Park and Columbia University/Barnard College. Located in an historic co-op building with a gorgeous lobby and plenty of pre-war details, this charming one-bedroom apartment has bay windows, 10-foot ceilings, and exposed brick in the living room and bedroom.

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Cool Listings, Murray Hill

123 East 37th Street, Murray Hill, studios, co-ops

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Located on the 10th floor of Lindley House at 123 East 37th Street, this pre-war studio, asking $520,000, is that rare NYC apartment that has been recently renovated yet retains its classic details, with colorful uniqueness added. Though not a large space, the co-op has a sleeping alcove separated by doors, a separate kitchen, and lots of thoughtfully-designed storage

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Cool Listings, West Village 

This $700K West Village loft is a compact, colorful co-op

By Michelle Cohen, Mon, January 13, 2020

9 barrow street, cool listings, west village, studios

Photo credit: Rich Caplan for Compass

Downtown style and bohemian flair allow for clever use of space in this West Village studio. Asking $700,000, the color-filled home at 9 Barrow Street is tucked into an 1895 building with an elevator and a doorman in true gracious pre-war fashion.

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Cool Listings, Greenwich Village

67 east 11th street, cool listings, greenwich village, lofts, cast iron building

Photo credit: Rich Caplan courtesy of Compass.

The classic Greenwich Village residence known as the Cast Iron Building at 67 East 11th Street is every bit the downtown loft its name implies. In addition, it’s a doorman building with luxury amenities. Asking $1.25 million, this dramatic pre-war duplex co-op has the 15-foot ceilings loft-lovers crave, plus private outdoor space in the form of a 100-square-foot terrace–a rare perk in a loft.

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Bay Ridge, Cool Listings

9902 3rd Avenue, bay ridge, hamilton parkway, co ops, cool listings

Image credit: VHT courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Tucked into a verdant strip of southwest Brooklyn overlooking Shore Road Park, a block from New York Harbor with stunning vistas of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge from the street, this compact studio at 9902 Third Avenue is asking a relatively reasonably $250,000. In addition to bridge views, the Bay Ridge/Hamilton Parkway street is lined with pre-war co-ops and quaint two-story free-standing homes.

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Cool Listings, Interiors, Sutton Place 

425 East 58th Street, co-ops, midtown east, cool listings

Listing images by Evan Joseph; courtesy of Compass

This Sutton Place duplex co-op is a corner unit on the 37th of 47 floors so it boasts sweeping views of the Midtown skyline and East River in every room. The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom residence spans over 6,300 square feet in the Emery Roth-designed tower at 425 East 58th Street, also known as The Sovereign. It’s now on the market for $7,995,000, with a minimum 50 percent down payment required.

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