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455 East 57th Street via Douglas Elliman 455 East 57th Street via Douglas Elliman
When a New York apartment gets a price cut, that's not necessarily an indication that something is wrong with the unit. It is more likely a correction to a price that was too high for the neighborhood or market in the first place. It also allows would-be buyers to consider an apartment they might have once thought out of reach. The following Manhattan apartments are all under $1 million and have had their prices reduced by at least 20% in the past month.
200-East-89th-Street-1 All images of The Monarch via Douglas Elliman
200-East-89th-Street-2 Living room
200-East-89th-Street-3 Dining area
200-East-89th-Street-4 Bedroom
The living room of this high-floor condo features oversized windows, which lead to a generous balcony with beautiful Manhattan skyline and East River views. The pass-through kitchen is in good original condition, and the spacious bedroom has two sets of windows. Read more.
123-West-74th-Street-1 All images of 123 West 74th Street via Corcoran
123-West-74th-Street-2 Kitchen
123-West-74th-Street-3 Bedroom
Upon entering this ground-floor co-op off a marble lobby, one is struck by the high ceilings, hardwood floors, and generous closet space. The windowed kitchen is large enough to eat in. Read more.
4-Sutton-Place-1 All images of 4 Sutton Place via Corcoran
4-Sutton-Place-2 Kitchen
4-Sutton-Place-3 Bedroom
This corner apartment with south and east exposures has been completely gut renovated. A private street entrance offers a sense of exclusivity. Read more.
455-East-57th-Street-1 All images of 455 East 57th Street via Douglas Elliman
455-East-57th-Street-2 Kitchen
455-East-57th-Street-3 Bedroom
This renovated home contains dramatic floor-to-ceiling casement windows that flood the unit with sunlight all day long. Brand-new herringbone floors stained in beautiful, deep ebony gleam against a gorgeous wood-burning fireplace. Read more.
333-West-57th-Street-1 All images of The Westmore via Brown Harris Stevens
333-West-57th-Street-2 Foyer
333-West-57th-Street-3 Kitchen
333-West-57th-Street-4 Bedroom
Upon entering this sunny, south-facing co-op, the inviting step-down living room boasts an oversized double-pane bay window, original herringbone hardwood floor, and beamed ceilings. The large ledroom has two windows and a generous closet, and stands opposite the recently renovated bathroom. Read more.
21-South-End-Avenue-1 All images of The Regatta via Douglas Elliman
21-South-End-Avenue-2 Kitchen
21-South-End-Avenue-3 Bedroom
21-South-End-Avenue-4 Bath
Sunny and spacious condo offers oversized windows, water and city views, abundant storage and a washer/dryer hookup. This peaceful waterside building is an urban oasis offering beautiful views in a quiet Manhattan neighborhood. Read more.
88-Greenwich-Street-1 All images of Greenwich Club via Charles Rutenberg
88-Greenwich-Street-2 Foyer
88-Greenwich-Street-3 Dining area and kitchen
88-Greenwich-Street-4 Bedroom
From the beautiful hardwood floors to the high ceilings and stunning views of the Hudson River, this corner condo has it all. A gourmet kitchen with a beautiful granite island opens to the dining area and is perfect for entertaining. Read more.
18-East-63rd-Street-1 All images of 18 East 63rd Street via Compass
18-East-63rd-Street-2 Kitchen
18-East-63rd-Street-3 Bedroom
This one-of-a-kind triplex has two skylights that provide magnificent light all day long. The kitchen's granite counter and cabinets have just been added, and the bath just underwent a renovation. Read more.
520-East-76th-Street-1 All images of The John Jay House via Corcoran
520-East-76th-Street-2 Kitchen
520-East-76th-Street-3 Bedroom
520-East-76th-Street-4 Study
With windows facing west and north, sunlight is constantly streaming in this corner home with views of the East River and John Jay Park. Abundant closet space, updated baths, and a spacious living/dining area make this a dream home. Read more.
245-East-35th-Street-1 All images of The Townsley via Core
245-East-35th-Street-2 Living room
245-East-35th-Street-3 Kitchen
245-East-35th-Street-4 Bedroom
This two-bedroom co-op has an open floor plan and access to a private wraparound terrace with Empire State Building views. The windowed kitchen and bath have just been renovated, and the entire apartment has just been repainted. Read more.
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