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807 Riverside Drive via Compass 807 Riverside Drive via Compass
On an island where the median price of a condo is $1.8 million and the median price of a co-op is $875K (as per CityRealty listings), it can be easy to think you'll never be able to afford to buy here. However, there are bargains to be found across the East River in Brooklyn, the Upper East Side, and Upper Manhattan. The following apartments were all listed in the last seven days, all come in under $1 million, and all under $1,000 per square foot.
Ultra-Private Bushwick Penthouse
1067-Greene-Avenue-1 All images of 1067 Greene Avenue via Corcoran
1067-Greene-Avenue-2 Kitchen and dining area
1067-Greene-Avenue-3 Bedroom
1067-Greene-Avenue-4 Private roof terrace
Just in case the chance to own a penthouse for under $1 million isn't enough of a lure, this condo has 18 years remaining on a 25-year tax abatement. It is topped with a private, 1,040-square-foot roof terrace and filled with light through skylights and large windows. See floor plan and full details here.
Luxe Lenox Hill Home
308-East-79th-Street-1 All images of 308 East 79th Street via Weichert Properties
308-East-79th-Street-2 Gallery
308-East-79th-Street-3 Kitchen
308-East-79th-Street-4 Bedroom
Oversized apartment boasts high beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, gracious entrance gallery, and excellent closet space. The well-proportioned living room comes with a custom built-in, and there is an option to purchase the furnishings. See floor plan and full details here.
Upper West Side Wonder
250-West-94th-Street-1 All images of The Stuart via Corcoran
250-West-94th-Street-2 Dining area
250-West-94th-Street-3 Bedroom
Spacious living room in prewar cooperative comes with a wall of windows looking out on the building's private courtyard. Additional features include beamed ceilings and molding, herringbone hardwood floors, and five large closets. See floor plan and full details here.
Prime Prewar Home in Washington Heights
807-Riverside-Drive-1 All images of 807 Riverside Drive via Compass
807-Riverside-Drive-2 Gallery
807-Riverside-Drive-3 Kitchen
807-Riverside-Drive-4 Bedroom
Classic prewar condo on a tree-lined street boasts hardwood floors, crown molding, soaring ceilings, and abundant closet space. All rooms are generously proportioned and rich in sunlight and character. See floor plan and full details here.
Morningside Heights Marvel
80-La-Salle-Street-1 All images of 80 La Salle Street via Douglas Elliman
80-La-Salle-Street-2 Living room
80-La-Salle-Street-3 Bedroom
80-La-Salle-Street-4 Terrace
Quiet co-op is filled with oversized windows looking out on the complex's garden, and a private terrace has been enclosed so as to let homeowners enjoy sunsets all year round. Community amenities include indoor and outdoor playgrounds, state-of-the-art gym, on-site theater, and game room. See floor plan and full details here.
Unbelievable Upper East Side Co-op
210-East-63rd-Street-1 All images of 210 East 63rd Street via Douglas Elliman
210-East-63rd-Street-2 Gallery
210-East-63rd-Street-3 Kitchen
Upon entering this wonderfully located home, a gracious gallery lined with closets leads to a living room lit by an oversized window. Additional features include parquet wood floors, designer kitchen, renovated bath, cove lighting, and custom closets. See floor plan and full details here.
Sun-Filled Yorkville Co-op
525-East-82nd-Street-1 All images of The Mansion House via Charles Rutenberg
525-East-82nd-Street-2 Foyer
525-East-82nd-Street-3 Bedroom
Sun-drenched one-bedroom is filled with sunlight and new hardware. Features include south-facing living room and bedroom, generous closet space, and kitchen with Caesarstone countertops and stainless steel appliances. See floor plan and full details here.
Renovated Harlem Home
435-Convent-Avenue-1 All images of 435 Convent Avenue via Compass
435-Convent-Avenue-2 Kitchen
435-Convent-Avenue-3 Bedroom
435-Convent-Avenue-4 Study
This uptown prewar home has two bedrooms, with one that can be used as a study, media room, exercise room, or, as in the case of its current occupant, a fashion design studio workspace. The living room looks out on views of historic Hamilton Heights, and the kitchen boasts a large granite island and stainless steel appliances. See floor plan and full details here.
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