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On the Market in New York City

By: Stefanos Chen
Published: 2/20/2020Source: The New York Times

Featuring Kyle Talbott and Karen Talbott's listing at 185 Hall Street, Clinton Hill and John Gasdaska, Jonathan Conlon, and TJ Verdiglione's listing at 15 West 67th Street, Upper West Side:

Clinton Hill Co-op • $599,000 • BROOKLYN • 185 Hall Street, No. 1008
A thoughtfully renovated one-bedroom, one-bath apartment, with a large open living space, exposed beams and whitewashed floors, a sleek kitchen with Danish cabinetry, a bright bedroom, an extra room off the foyer that could be used as an office or for storage, and a private terrace with a view of the Empire State Building. Kyle Talbott, 718-809-1029, Karen Talbott, 718-832-4157, Corcoran,
MAINTENANCE $835 a month
PROS The layout maximizes natural light and living space. The kitchen and bathroom have been renovated recently with high-end materials and appliances. Built-in cabinetry maximizes storage.
CONS Entry to the building, through the back and with a security officer in a booth, is not particularly welcoming. Parking is available, but there is a five-year waitlist. The door to the terrace is old and the underside of the terrace above is flaking paint, though building repairs are scheduled for coming months.
Upper West Side Co-op • $999,000 • MANHATTAN • 15 West 67th Street, No. 3RE
A one-bedroom, one-bath apartment, with tall ceilings and a massive paned window overlooking treetops, in a 1905 Gothic-style co-op building with a doorman. Jonathan Conlon, 347-564-2440, and John Gasdaska, 212-821-9138, Corcoran;
MAINTENANCE $1,632 a month
PROS An 8-foot-by-9-foot living room window provides a dramatic frame and ample sunlight. There is central air-conditioning, a washer/dryer in the unit, and a well-renovated kitchen. The bedroom has a full wall of storage space with lighting, and a storage cage in the building is included in the sale.
CONS The bedroom window faces a nearby building. There are a few stairs in the hallway to descend before entering the apartment.
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