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: $1,000,000.
In Clinton Hill, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo spanning 1,003 square feet, is asking $999,000. The apartment is one of just 19 within an eight-story building that’s being constructed on Atlantic Avenue and is expected to debut next year. Its flourished include an open corner kitchen with two-tone custom cabinetry, a light-filled living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, marble-bedecked bathrooms, and a 906-square-foot private backyard. [Floorplan]
An industrial-chic loft in Chelsea, with white-painted exposed brick walls and wood beams, is going for $950,000. The 900-square-foot co-op offers one bedroom, a bathroom with Philippe Starck-designed fixtures, a chef’s kitchen with marble countertops, and four closets for storage. Maintenance charges are $1,122/month. [Floorplan]
Head to Hudson Yards, where this 900-square-foot loft can be yours for $975,000. The one-bedroom offers soaring ceilings, an expansive living room that’s lined with oversized windows, a windowed kitchen with built-in appliances and a breakfast bar; three closets throughout, and twenty windows that bring in a plethora of natural light. [Floorplan]
$1.045 million can buy you this stylish two-bedroom, two-bedroom co-op along Eastern Parkway in Prospect Heights. The apartment encompassed nearly 1,200 square feet of space and features original details such as arched doorways, coffered ceilings, parquet floors, and picture molding. Among its contemporary flourishes are a windowed kitchen with custom cabinetry and a subway tiled bathroom. Monthly maintenance is $1,516. [Floorplan]
And finally, a one-bedroom condo in Flushing is looking to unload for $1.009 million. Finishes within the 795-square-foot home include an open kitchen with a breakfast bar, floor-to-ceiling windows, an airy bedroom, and a marble bathroom with a floating vanity. Common charges are $660/month.
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