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Saxon Towers #9A via Keller Williams Saxon Towers #9A via Keller Williams
According to the most recent CityRealty market report, Manhattan real estate is still a solid investment. Eye-watering price tags and hefty deposits are formidable barriers for first-time buyers, but not insurmountable ones: These co-ops are lovely starter homes in some of the city's most prominent neighborhoods, and are all priced under $400K.
Upper West Side Charmer
171-West-73rd-Street-1 All images of 171 West 73rd Street via Citi Habitats
171-West-73rd-Street-2 Dining area
171-West-73rd-Street-3 Kitchen
This multi-level studio is located on one of the Upper West Side's most charming tree-lined streets. The kitchen and updated bath are on the upper level, and the lower level has a living area and partial wall for sleeping. Features include exposed brick, high ceilings, southern exposure, double closet, and built-in armoires. Read more.
Recent Hell's Kitchen Renovation
325-West-45th-Street-1 All images of The Whitby via Douglas Elliman
325-West-45th-Street-2 Kitchen
325-West-45th-Street-3 Bath
A beautifully renovated studio in an Emery Roth-designed prewar building presents the best of both worlds. The kitchen has new appliances, sink, and cabinets, and there are new floors throughout the apartment. Read more.
Generous Light and Closet Space in Yorkville
201-East-83rd-Street All images of Saxon Towers via Keller Williams
201-East-83rd-Street-2 Foyer
201-East-83rd-Street-3 Kitchen
201-East-83rd-Street-4 Living/sleeping area
Upon entering this corner unit, one is struck by the unobstructed eastern views and sunlight pouring in from oversized, double-paned windows. Features include an accommodating living space, a windowed kitchen, and three spacious closets. Read more.
Flexible Midtown Pied-a-Terre
155-East-49th-Street-1 All images of 155 East 49th Street via Corcoran
155-East-49th-Street-2 Sitting area
155-East-49th-Street-3 Entrance
With three distinct areas for living, dining, and sleeping, this proportionate apartment offers potential for a buyer to create their own special space. Two full-sized, west-facing windows fill the unit with light. The building is located on a peaceful, tree-lined street, but the subway and Grand Central are a short walk away. Read more.
United Nations Views and Price Cut in Turtle Bay
25-Tudor-City-Place-1 All images of Tudor Tower via Corcoran
25-Tudor-City-Place-2 Kitchen
25-Tudor-City-Place-3 Sleeping area
The large casement windows in this high-floor studio look out on unobstructed views of the United Nations and the East River. The apartment boasts an excellent floor plan, beamed ceilings, and through-wall air conditioning. Read more.
Sunlit Upper West Side Living
102-West-85th-Street-1 All images of 102 West 85th Street via Douglas Elliman
102-West-85th-Street-2 Living/sleeping area
102-West-85th-Street-3 Kitchen
Be the first person to live in this spacious, sunlit studio! A wall of north-facing windows looks out on gorgeous city and sky views. Features include high ceilings, original oak floors, updated wiring, and two large closets. Read more.
Live on Billionaires' Row for $310K
457-West-57th-Street-1 All images of Addison Hall via Halstead
457-West-57th-Street-2 Kitchen
457-West-57th-Street-3 Sleeping area
Between the central location and built-in Murphy bed, it doesn't get more convenient than this apartment. Features include abundant natural light and a large walk-in closet. Read more.
Carnegie Hill Comfort
121-East-88th-Street-1 All images of 121 East 88th Street via Douglas Elliman
121-East-88th-Street-2 Foyer
121-East-88th-Street-3 Kitchen
A long entry hallway leads to this studio's living space, which offers excellent natural light from oversized south facing windows. There are strip hardwood floors, eastern facing windows in both the galley kitchen and updated bathroom, three closets, and a charming feel accentuated by high ceilings and base moldings. Read more.
Never Too Much Storage Space
333-East-53rd-Street-1 All images of 333 East 53rd Street via Halstead
333-East-53rd-Street-2 Kitchen
333-East-53rd-Street-3 Office
This renovated, well-proportioned studio is entered through a gracious foyer. The apartment has a small dining area by the kitchen, an alcove for an office, and a total of four closets. Read more.
Pretty Prewar
5-Tudor-City-Place-1 All images of Windsor Tower via Steven Corcoran Real Estate
5-Tudor-City-Place-2 Kitchen
5-Tudor-City-Place-3 Views
In this bright studio, a casement window bank looks out on eastern exposures and unobstructed East River views. The bath has recently been updated, but the prewar charm still comes through in the beamed 8'6" ceilings and oak strip flooring. Read more.
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