Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
Click on the slide show to see this week’s featured properties:
In Gowanus: a one-bedroom, one-bath unit over a two-bedroom, two-bath garden-level apartment in an 1899 townhouse with period details, decorative fireplaces, basement storage, a front patio and a backyard.
In Murray Hill: a one-bedroom, one-bath, 650-square-foot postwar co-op with parquet floors, a combined living and dining room with a mirrored wall, and a galley kitchen with a dishwasher, in a doorman elevator building with laundry rooms.
In Chelsea: an 861-square-foot, loft-style condo with a sleeping area, one bathroom, a galley kitchen with granite counters, central air-conditioning and 11-foot ceilings, in the Chelsea Mercantile, a prewar former garment factory with a doorman, a gym and a landscaped roof deck.
Additional reporting by Sydney Franklin.
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