A corner unit in a pre-war elevator co-op, six windows facing Central Park, southern and western exposures. This place sounds like a multimillion-dollar apartment, but it's not. Thanks to income restrictions and a location on Central Park North, this two-bedroom at 45 Central Park North is asking just $175K. The maintenance is reasonable, at $645 per month, and the express train is just around the corner. The only stumbling blocks are that income restriction—$95K for one, $108K for a couple—and the unknown condition of the apartment. Unfortunately, the listing only has one exterior photo to accompany the floor plan. But, not to worry, even $88M penthouses are skimping on the listing photos these days.
· 45 Central Park North #3D [Streeteasy]
· Inside the $88M 15 CPW Penthouse; What It Costs to Run a Rental [Curbed NY]