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New York real estate prices can scare potential buyers off at first glance, but a closer look can sometimes reveal a pleasant surprise: an amazingly reasonable price per square foot. The following new-to-the-market listings all come in under $1,000 per square foot and at a fraction of their neighborhood's median listing price.
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Sutton House, 415 East 52nd Street
Sutton House, 415 East 52nd Street Beekman/Sutton Place
The Paul Revere, 450 West 147th Street
The Paul Revere, 450 West 147th Street Hamilton Heights
Marlo Towers, 301 East 48th Street
Marlo Towers, 301 East 48th Street Turtle Bay/United Nations
The York Gate, 405 East 63rd Street
The York Gate, 405 East 63rd Street Lenox Hill
The Excelsior, 303 East 57th Street
The Excelsior, 303 East 57th Street Midtown East
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Hamilton Heights has long been an enclave for writers and artists, and creative types should still be able to afford to buy at this price. A private entrance leads to a charming ground-floor apartment with large windows, hardwood floors, a spacious bedroom, and a comfortable ambiance. Read more.
Modern Living in LIC
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Steps from major transportation, this circa-1927 building has been converted to condos. The apartment is updated with all modern conveniences, but its prewar charm comes through in the high ceilings and hardwood floors. Read more.
High Living off Billionaires' Row
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This recently remodeled apartment features a bright and open large living room with built-ins, matte finish oak floors, and an imported gourmet kitchen. Vistas of Central Park, the East River, the United Nations, and the Empire State Building are best enjoyed from a private balcony off the living room. Read more.
Newly Renovated Lenox Hill Loft
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Following a meticulous renovation, this apartment is now thoroughly modern and move-in ready. A wall of windows, 9' ceilings, hardwood floors, and baseboard moldings give the living room a loftlike feel. Additional features include custom window treatments, an updated bathroom, and generous closet space. Read more.
Country Living in Sutton Place
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This gorgeous apartment offers a quiet oasis in a bustling city. The building is located on a quiet, exclusive cul-de-sac, and all windows in the unit look out on views of a secluded garden. The south-facing living room and master bedroom fill the home with light. Read more.
Historic Greenwich Village Home
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As the only apartment on the first floor of the historic Cast Iron Building, this co-op offers excellent privacy. The loft-like apartment features Corinthian columns, nine-foot ceilings, and three large closets. The second room can double as an office or guest room. Read more.
Turtle Bay Duplex with Panoramic Views
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This spectacular duplex is an open canvas that can be customized in a modern aesthetic or a more traditional vision. A wall of windows in the living room lets in unencumbered sunlight and East River views. Read more.
Bed-Stuy Loft with Balcony
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Floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate this apartment with natural light. The living/dining room flows seamlessly into the open chef's kitchen for excellent entertainment, and the party can move up to a private roof deck. Read more.
Expansive Floorspace and Endless Possibilities
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With a gracious layout and over 1,000 square feet of space to work with, the possibilities for this Turtle Bay co-op are endless. Whatever a buyer decides to do, the southern light, hardwood floors, and generous closet spaces will undoubtedly be appreciated. Read more.
Williamsburg Dream Loft
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As East Williamsburg makes its way onto the real estate radar, this duplex loft makes a splash with everything a buyer could possibly need or want. The living room alone offers soaring ceilings, massive windows, and custom-built bookcase storage under the stairs. Read more.
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