Click on on the slide present to see this week’s featured properties:
In Chelsea: a studio on the fifteenth flooring of Kensington Home, a prewar tower within the Chelsea Historic District, with 10-foot-8-inch ceilings, Manhattan views, a mini workplace, a shared roof deck, a motorbike room and shared laundry.
In Astoria: a two-bedroom, one-bath apartment close to Astoria’s East River waterfront, with floor-to-ceiling home windows, tall closets, in-unit laundry, a 2,000-square-foot non-public terrace, a fitness center within the constructing and one parking house.
In Carroll Gardens: a loft with three sleeping areas, 16-foot ceilings, an upper-level seating space open to the downstairs and a personal rooftop cabana, in an elevator constructing in-built 2009.
Further reporting by Kim Velsey.