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In Chelsea: studio on the 15th floor of Kensington House, pre-war tower in historic Chelsea, 10-foot and 8-inch ceilings, Manhattan views, mini office, shared roof terrace, bicycle room and shared laundry facilities.
In Astoria: a two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment near the seafront on Astoria’s East River, with floor-to-ceiling windows, high closets, a laundry room in the unit, a 2,000-square-foot private terrace, a gym in the building, and one parking space.
In Carroll Gardens: an attic with three sleeping areas, 16-foot ceilings, a seating area on the upper floor open on the ground floor and a private roof cabin, in an elevator building built in 2009.
Another report from Kim Velsey.