Pied-a-terres are welcome in this $875k two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op in Chelsea, which features two skylights, wall-mounted Bose speakers and a multi-zone, ductless central a/c system.

If you’re looking for a part-time residence, or a place for which you can get a little help in the payment department, you might take notes on this edition of StreetEasy’s Most Wanted -- the 10 sales listings StreetEasy users saved more often than any others this week -- since it features apartments that allow pied-a-terres, co-purchasing, sublets and more.

In Chelsea on 23rd and Ninth Avenue, a sweet-looking $875k two-bedroom, one-bathroom prewar co-op allows pied-a-terres. It features new double-hung 12-pane windows and two skylights. The renovated kitchen is equipped with Miele and Gaggennau appliances and a W/D. There's also a multi-zone, ductless central a/c system and wall-mounted Bose speakers. The hardwood floors have been refinished. The catch: It's a 4th floor walkup.

A $575k two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op on 78th and Third Avenue on the Upper East Side is open to pied-a-terres, guarantors, parents buying for children and sublets. (Pets are welcome too!). The corner unit has a wood-burning fireplace and high ceilings, along with copious window bars and a short supply of natural light. On the major plus side, an in-unit washer-dryer is permitted, and maintenance includes all utilities, such as gas and electric. The full service building offers a 24-hour doorman. 

Pied-a-terres and co-purchasers are encouraged for a one-bedroom, one-bathroom condop on the market for $599k. This north-facing apartment on Ninth Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues offers views of the tree-lined street and is less than a minute from Washington Square Park. The bathroom is brand new.

For more apartments that allow pied-a-terres, co-purchasing, guarantors and the like, browse the rest of the Most Wanted below.

  1. 12 West 9th Street—1-bed condop, $599k
  2. 26 Butler Place—2-bed condo, $579k
  3. 529 Clinton Street—2-bed condo, $699k
  4. 30 Fifth Avenue—1-bed co-op, $925k
  5. 190 Garfield Place—2-bed condo, $749k
  6. 356 West 23rd Street—2-bed co-op, $875k
  7. 215 Park Place—2-bed condo, $800k
  8. 205 East 77th Street—2-bed co-op, $1.1m
  9. 205 East 78th Street—2-bed co-op, $575k
  10. 115 East 9th Street—2-bed co-op, $1.1m 

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The Most Wanted rounds up the 10 listings saved most often in the past week by buyers on StreetEasy