Homes for Sale in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens

Click on the slide show to see this week’s featured properties:

  • In Lenox Hill: a second-floor loft with two raised sleeping areas and one bathroom, with 13-foot ceilings, a splashy galley kitchen, good storage, a balcony and shared laundry in a six-story condominium built in 1915.

  • In Bedford-Stuyvesant: a two-bedroom, one-bath corner apartment facing south and west, with hardwood floors, a large living and dining room, an open kitchen with white quartz countertops and stainless-steel appliances, a washer and dryer, a private balcony that wraps around the corner, a shared rooftop terrace and deeded basement storage, in a pet-friendly building completed in 2012.

  • In Long Island City: a two-bedroom, two-bath duplex beneath a two-bedroom, one-bath unit in a two-family townhouse built in 1901, with original details, 10-foot ceilings, abundant storage, a backyard garden and views of Midtown and the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge.

Additional reporting by Kim Velsey.

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