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Over the past week, 300 listings throughout the five boroughs had their prices reduced to better align with market realities and attract a wider pool of potential buyers in the process. Even New York's grandest buildings are not immune; a grand home in The Apthorp, a landmarked Upper West Side condominium, recently had its price reduced by just over $2 million. But if $12.995 million is still over budget, the following listings throughout Manhattan have been reduced to below $1 million. Please be advised that the figures in red are cumulative and not the most recent cuts.

450-West-147th-Street-1 All images of 450 West 147th Street via Douglas Elliman
450-West-147th-Street-2 Dining area and kitchen
450-West-147th-Street-3 Bedroom
Beautifully renovated uptown apartment boasts excellent natural light and the floor space and flexibility to add a third bedroom. The windowed kitchen has been updated with large granite countertops, abundant cabinet space, and new stainless steel appliances. Both bedrooms have excellent closet space, and the windowed bath comes with a cast iron tub. See floor plan and full details here.

45-East-30th-Street-1 All images of Park South Lofts via Yoreevo
45-East-30th-Street-2 Kitchen
45-East-30th-Street-3 Bedroom
On the cusp of NoMad and Murray Hill, this centrally located condo offers a masterful combination of prewar architecture and contemporary chic. Timeless details include seven oversized windows and 11' ceilings. However, recent improvements include new paint, new floors, Nest thermostat, new bath, and new appliances in the kitchen. See floor plan and full details here.

160-East-26th-Street-1 All images of 160 East 26th Street via Douglas Elliman
160-East-26th-Street-2 Kitchen
160-East-26th-Street-3 Bedroom
All levels of this beautifully renovated triplex penthouse are connected by an open tread staircase, and a northern exposure fills the home with light. Features include exposed brick, wood-burning fireplace, built-in custom cabinetry, and eat-in chef's kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances. The king-size bedroom has a walk-in cedar closet, en suite bath with spa-inspired shower, and direct access to a private roof terrace. See floor plan and full details here.

319-East-50th-Street-1 All images of Beekman Hill via Douglas Elliman
319-East-50th-Street-2 Kitchen
319-East-50th-Street-3 Bedroom
Every room in this centrally located apartment has a window, and triple exposures fill the home with incredible natural light. Prewar details like beamed ceilings, arched door frames, and glass doorknobs with brass rims have been beautifully preserved. However, it had recently been renovated with skim-coated walls, new tiles in the bathroom, and stainless steel appliances in the open galley kitchen. See floor plan and full details here.

240-Riverside-Boulevard-1 All images of The Heritage at Trump Place via Douglas Elliman
240-Riverside-Boulevard-2 Kitchen
240-Riverside-Boulevard-3 Bath
Alcove studio on the Upper West Side is flooded with natural light from southern and western exposures. The kitchen is beautifully appointed with granite countertops, marble flooring, Poggenpohl cabinetry, and top-of-the-line appliances. Additional features include maple wood herringbone floors, generous closet space, and marble bath with glass-enclosed bath and shower. See floor plan and full details here.

105-Morton-Street-1 All images of 105 Morton Street via Rise Media/The Corcoran Group
105-Morton-Street-2 Kitchen
105-Morton-Street-3 Private garden
Large West Village apartment is a short walk from Hudson River Park, but a garden off the living room offers a private outdoor oasis. Interior features include high ceilings, hardwood floors, generous closet space, and bedroom set off for optimal privacy. Building amenities and staff include on-site management office, laundry room, and bike room. See floor plan and full details here.

108-East-37th-Street-1 All images of 108 East 37th Street via Compass
108-East-37th-Street-2 Kitchen
108-East-37th-Street-3 Foyer
Charming apartment in the former Morgan mansion is filled with sunlight and Chrysler Building views from three large north-facing windows. Prewar features include high ceilings, crown moldings, working fireplace, and hardwood floors. The apartment comes with a basement storage space, and the building offers a laundry room. See floor plan and full details here.

196-Sixth-Avenue-1 All images of 196 Sixth Avenue via Compass
196-Sixth-Avenue-2 Kitchen
196-Sixth-Avenue-3 Bedroom
This brick building in the Sullivan-Thompson Historic District was constructed in 1893 as the New York Police Department's 10th Precinct, and has been transformed into highly coveted co-ops. Features of this duplex include 14' ceilings, oversized arched windows, and wrought-iron staircase connecting both levels. The lower-level bedroom comes with a walk-in closet and generous storage space. See floor plan and full details here.

303-East-57th-Street-1 All images of The Excelsior via Halstead
303-East-57th-Street-2 Kitchen
303-East-57th-Street-3 Bedroom
Recent improvements to this spacious, high-floor home include new wood plank floors, contemporary kitchen, and renovated baths. However, the floor plan, closet space, and private balcony off the living room could hardly be improved upon. Bloomingdales, Whole Foods, popular restaurants, and several transportation options are nearby. See floor plan and full details here.

200-East-84th-Street-1 All images of 200 East 84th Street via The Modlin Group
200-East-84th-Street-2 Kitchen
200-East-84th-Street-3 Bedroom
Spacious corner co-op on the Upper East Side is filled with light and open views from northern and western exposures. The kitchen was recently renovated with new stainless steel appliances, abundant white cabinetry, and quartzite countertops. The oversized corner master bedroom boasts a large custom closet and enough room to accommodate a king-size bed and seating area. See floor plan and full details here.
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