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08/09/2007, By By JILL PRILUCK

153 E. 53rd St., between Lexington and Third avenues, #17H

Maintenance: $1,350
Broker: William Moye/Bond New York

This co-op, about 620 square feet, is on the 17th floor of a full-service, postwar building that has a garage. The living room and bedroom, separated by French doors, are bright because of the apartment's south-facing windows. There's even a view of 57th Street in both directions. The kitchen has granite countertops and beech wood cabinets. The marble bathroom has a pedestal sink. Other features of this Midtown East one-bedroom unit include hardwood floors and track lighting.

365 W. 20th St., between Eighth and Ninth avenues, #2B

Maintenance: $982
Broker: Darren Sukenik/Prudential Douglas Elliman

This Chelsea Historic District one-bedroom, located in a pre-war building, has oak floors, beamed ceilings, and elegant moldings. The living area, about 200 square feet, has south-facing windows, and the kitchen, about 90 square feet, has a north-facing window. In between, there's a bathroom with a window and a dining area with three closets (including a walk-in), in addition to the apartment's other two closets. The bedroom also has south-facing windows. The building offers ample storage and a landscaped roof deck.

133 W. 75th St., between Amsterdam and Columbus

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