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Here’s what $350K buys around NYC right now

See what you can get in neighborhoods like Harlem, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, and the Bronx

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various NYC neighborhoods. Today, we’ve found five apartments within $50,000 of today’s price: $350,000.

In Manhattan’s Murray Hill neighborhood, there is this compact studio that’s been given a few upgrades and is now asking $355,000. The kitchen is small but well-equipped with stainless steel appliances (including a dishwasher), and the living room is large enough to carve out an alcove studio space. The co-op has large double paned windows, two closets for storage, and a full bathroom. Monthly maintenance is $769/month.

At 550 square feet, this $375,000 studio co-op in Prospect Lefferts Gardens is pretty spacious. The unit is on the top floor of a six-story building (don’t worry, there’s an elevator) and includes a sunken living room, a windowed kitchen with a cutout, and a white-and-black tiled bathroom. Monthly maintenance is a mere $392. [Floorplan]

Head to Sugar Hill in Upper Manhattan, and you’ll find this lovely prewar co-op with one bedroom and one bathroom. Among its flourishes are French doors, ceiling and wall moldings; and large windows that bring in natural light. There’s a windowed kitchen (that could use an update), a full dining room, a queen-sized bedroom with two exposures, and three closets throughout. Asking price is $375,000 and monthly maintenance is $927. [Floorplan]

In Harlem, $369,000 buys this two-bedroom co-op, provided you meet the HDFC income qualifications. The layout is straightforward and includes a large living and dining room, a modern kitchen with a breakfast bar, a master bedroom with a walk-in closet, and a sizable second bedroom. Monthly maintenance goes for $1,189. [Floorplan]

And finally, in the Bronx, there is a two-bedroom condo that’s seeking $339,000. The light-filled apartment is located in the borough’s Throgs Neck neighborhood and is located right along its waterfront. Highlights here include hardwood floors, oversized windows, a decent-sized kitchen with marble countertops, and a small patio with views of the Throgs Neck and Whitestone bridges.

Poll

Which NYC apartment would you choose for around $350,000?

This poll is closed

  • 20%
    Murray Hill
    (154 votes)
  • 9%
    Prospect Lefferts Garden
    (72 votes)
  • 34%
    Sugar Hill
    (259 votes)
  • 6%
    Harlem
    (52 votes)
  • 29%
    The Bronx
    (224 votes)
761 votes total Vote Now