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326 East 73rd Street. Image: Core 326 East 73rd Street. Image: Core
Finding an affordable apartment in a great neighborhood isn't easy. But they're out there, with new finds hitting the market every day. Below you'll find a handful of recently-listed apartments in your favorite neighborhoods, all for under $500,000.
326 East 73rd Street 326 East 73rd Street. Image: Core
This adorable one-bedroom co-op shows what designer talent can do for a small apartment. High ceilings, white oak floors and a great Upper East Side location don't hurt, but the stylish and well-appointed kitchen, elegant lighting and reclaimed wood accents make this space seem like a find indeed. There are also quartz countertops, glass French doors, big closets and plenty of sun to enjoy, and we're guessing a new owner will be doing just that, very soon.
4 Lexington Avenue 4 Lexington Avenue. Image: Corcoran Group
This brand-new new alcove studio co-op is small but stylish, in a neighborhood where even the tiniest hideaway comes at a price. A renovated kitchen and bath make it move-in ready. The Sage House co-op offers a doorman, storage and a lovely lobby.
61 East 86th Street 61 East 86th Street. Image: Brown Harris Stevens
Here's another Upper East Side find in a doorman building near Central Park–so there are already points in the "yes" column. Generous closet space, pre-war details, extra storage and a children's playroom in the building make this pet-friendly co-op hard to resist.
135 Prospect Park Southwest 135 Prospect Park Southwest. Image: Garfield Realty
Though this Brooklyn neighborhood near Prospect Park is more popular than it's ever been, there are still some relative deals to be had. This one-bedroom co-op in an elevator building is just across from the park and offers large rooms, pre-war details and plenty of modern updates. The elevator building offers an on-site super, basement storage and laundry in addition to the promise of parkside living.
246 East 90th Street 246 East 90th Street. Image: Keller Wiliams
Another Upper East Side one-bedroom find, this cozy co-op has a wall of built-in closets, high ceilings and new appliances in the kitchen.
Madison Plaza, 1825 Madison Avenue, #5A Madison Plaza, 1825 Madison Avenue, #5A. Image: Douglas Elliman
Though it may be a tad further uptown than you'd expect, a Madison Avenue address is a Madison Avenue address. This one comes with the caveat of being an income-restricted co-op (income cap is $226,500), which is why the spacious home in a doorman building with a huge walk-in closet is such a steal. In addition to that doorman, building amenities include a landscaped courtyard with a BBQ grill, a fitness room, laundry, bike storage, a relatively liberal sublet policy and a live-in super.
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Contributing Writer Michelle Cohen Michelle is a New York-based writer and content strategist who has worked extensively with lifestyle brands like Seventeen, Country Living, Harper's Bazaar and iVillage. In addition to being a copywriter for a digital media agency she writes about culture, New York City neighborhoods, real estate, style, design and technology among other topics. She has lived in a number of major US cities on both coasts and in between and loves all things relating to urbanism and culture.