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With abundant space and attainable prices, one should rest easier. (The Astor, #212 - Christian Harder) With abundant space and attainable prices, one should rest easier. (The Astor, #212 - Christian Harder)
Nearly three years after New York went on lockdown, memories of whole families working, studying, and playing in one apartment, in a city where space was already at a premium, are still vivid. Those who don't want to move to the suburbs or take on the responsibility of a townhouse have been looking at larger apartments. Three-bedrooms in particular can accommodate all sorts of family structures and lifestyles, whether allowing room for more children or offering space to add a home office, gym, or media room.

Three-bedroom homes are in high demand among luxury buyers - witness the three-bed at 220 Central Park South that recently sold for $33,800,000, or 52% above the last purchase price. However, these listings in prewar co-ops and new development condos alike are in closer reach with prices under $5,000,000.

337 Lincoln Road, #4L (Corcoran Group)

Promenade West, #6 (Corcoran Group)

410 East 57th Street, #MAISONETTE (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

BLVD, #10C (MNS)

84 Sixth Avenue, #3 (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

140 East 72nd Street, #8C (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

J Condominium, #25A (Compass)

212 West 72nd Street, #9C (Corcoran Group)

One Museum Mile, #20B (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

The America, #2502 (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

The Lancashire, #10E (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

75 Livingston Street, #25AB (Compass)

The Rockwell, #12D (Toll Brothers Real Estate Inc)

Flatiron House, #501 (Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group)

180 East 88th Street, #8B (Corcoran Group)

Dahlia, #16A (Reuveni Real Estate LLC)

The Astor, #212 (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

101 Warren Street, #1520 (Compass)
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