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Options this week include a sleek co-op in a cast-iron Greenwich Village building, and a huge Upper West Side apartment

Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

With New York on “pause” to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, open houses are out, and virtual tours via Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and other platforms are in. Join us for a virtual walk through of six new listings, including a Hamilton Heights co-op that once had a famous resident, a sleek Greenwich Village co-op in a cast-iron building, and a mod Financial District condo.


Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

12 East 97th Street, #5F, Upper East Side
Specs: one bedroom, one bathroom, co-op
Asking price: $660,000
Description: This classic Upper East Side co-op has plenty of nice attributes, including large windows, tons of closet space, and a gracious hallway separating the common areas from the bedroom and bathroom. The kitchen is quite spacious, with a separate eat-in area and new appliances (including a dishwasher). It’s located in a circa-1928 co-op that’s less than a block from Central Park.
Listing agent: Mary Beth Adelson, Douglas Elliman
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Rise Media, Courtesy of Compass

409 Edgecombe Avenue, #9B, Hamilton Heights
Specs: two bedrooms, one bathroom, co-op
Asking price: $550,000
Description: Fun fact: The building this apartment is located in was once home to black luminaries like Thurgood Marshall (who owned this very apartment), Roy Wilkins, and W.E.B. DuBois. This particular two-bedroom unit is quite large, with a separate living room and formal dining room, two spacious bedrooms (both of which have large closets), and tons of storage space. It’s located just steps from Jackie Robinson Park.
Listing agent: Emily Ackerman, Beth Gittleman, and Daoud Heidami, Compass
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Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

15 William Street, #27H, Financial District
Specs: two bedroom, two bathroom, condo
Asking price: $1.635 million
Description: This new-ish condo in the Financial District has plenty of room, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms spread out over its nearly 1,400 square feet. The apartment has plenty of modern features, including custom lacquered cabinets in the kitchen, Miele appliances, and deep soaking tubs.
Listing agent: Samantha Behringer, Maria Velazquez and Phillip Acha, Douglas Elliman
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Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

252 West 30th Street, #8A, Midtown
Specs: two bedroom, two bathroom, condo
Asking price: $1.85 million
Description: Sweet built-in bookshelves, large windows, and high ceilings are just some of the nicer components of this two-bedroom Midtown condo. The kitchen is big enough to accommodate a small table and chairs, and has lots of storage space and a dishwasher. Both bedrooms are nicely sized, and the master even has its own walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom.
Listing agent: Susan Sears and Gerald Germany, Douglas Elliman
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Courtesy Warburg Realty

718 Broadway, #10B, Greenwich Village
Specs: two bedroom, two bathroom, co-op
Asking price: $2.495 million
Description: This stylish Greenwich Village co-op is located in one of the neighborhood’s lovely cast-iron buildings, and has lots of character thanks to dark hardwood floors and exposed brick. Mod upgrades include a sleek kitchen with matte cabinets and new appliances, and a slick master bathroom with geometric tiles and a deep soaking tub. It’s located just a couple of blocks from Washington Square Park.
Listing agent: Lisa Larson and Rebecca Blacker, Warburg Realty
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Marc Anthony, Courtesy of Compass

50 Riverside Drive, #10EF, Upper West Side
Specs: four bedrooms, four bathrooms, co-op
Asking price: $4.5 million
Description: On the other side of Manhattan, there’s a large co-op just steps from Riverside Park. The 2,800-square-foot apartment was recently renovated, but hasn’t lost its prewar charm—there are built-in bookshelves, a decorative fireplace, beamed ceilings, and other nice touches. Every bedroom has a walk-in closet, and there are custom finishes in the kitchen and bathroom.
Listing agent: Brian K. Lewis, Compass
Click here for the virtual tour.