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Best properties on the market

This week: Manhattan pieds-à-terre

1. Midtown East/Sutton Place Located on a high floor in the Sovereign building, this one-bedroom apartment has north- and east-facing views to the East River. Details include custom closets, rift-cut oak floors, and a powder room with Venetian plaster walls. Residents have access to a gym and a valet garage, and building staff will, upon request, stock the refrigerator. $1,495,000. Jessica Ushan, Brown Harris Stevens, (212) 906-9325

2. Chelsea This 750-square-foot fourth-floor apartment looks out on one of Chelsea’s prettiest tree-lined blocks and is located close to the High Line and the Hudson River Promenade. It has hardwood floors and an open kitchen. Building amenities include a full-time doorman and a roof deck. $740,000. Noble Black, The Corcoran Group, (212) 444-7926

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3. Upper West Side
This studio apartment is located a block from Central Park on the top floor of a brownstone. The unit has a new kitchen and roof-deck access. $299,000. Suzanne Zinsel, Halstead Property, (212) 381-2388

4. Central Park/East Harlem This 870-square-foot condominium is located in a new Robert A.M. Stern building on Fifth Avenue that overlooks the northeast corner of Central Park. The building is home to the Museum for African Art. Building amenities include a 24-hour concierge, a gym, a children’s playroom, a roof deck, and a pool. $855,000. Tom Postillo, CORE, (212) 996-1280

5. Far West 42nd Street This 667-square-foot condominium is located on the 27th floor of a 60-story tower, within walking distance of the Theater District and Hudson River Park. The unit has north-facing views, hardwood floors, and an eat-in kitchen. The building has a three-story amenity suite that includes a fitness center, a billiards room, and a business center. $799,000. Noble Black, The Corcoran Group, (212) 444-7926

6. Upper East Side This fully furnished one-bedroom, in a co-op building with a 24-hour doorman, is located three blocks from Central Park. The apartment has walnut floors, crown moldings, and an in-wall Bose sound system. Its living room features a tufted fabric wall, its dining area is graced by a built-in banquette, and its bedroom has a coffered ceiling. $950,000. Lisa Wiener Koenig, Halstead Property, (212) 381-6535

7. Financial District This turn-key condominium, located in a W Hotel, puts the owner in close proximity to Wall Street and Battery Park. The unit’s wall-to-wall windows allow views of the Hudson River all the way to upper New York Harbor. Residents have access to a private fitness center, a digital entertainment lounge, spa-treatment rooms, and a rooftop with 360-degree views. $1,550,000. Richard Nassimi, The Corcoran Group, (212) 875-4064

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