Welcome to a semi-regular feature, Price Points, in which we pick a relatively low asking price and a type of apartment, then scour StreetEasy to find the best available options around the city. Today’s task: NYC studios asking under $400K.
↑ In Brooklyn Heights, this recently renovated studio is located on the top floor of an eight-story building on Remsen Street. The $900/month maintenance charges include all the utilities, and there’s laundry and additional storage in the building too. Another plus is the windowed kitchen, which has stainless steel appliances and a good amount of shelf space. For all of that, this place is asking $270,000. [Floorplan]
↑ In Murray Hill, this studio apartment features bamboo hardwood floors and high beamed ceilings. The kitchen here comes with granite countertops and a kitchen island, and what’s more, it has KitchenAid appliances. The bathroom meanwhile has a deep soaking tub, and features ceramic floor and wall tiles. For all of that, this place is asking $359,000 [Floorplan]
↑ In Downtown Brooklyn, this studio is located on the 15th floor of a co-op building on Jay Street. The apartment has a good amount of storage space, and gets a lot of light. Aside from that, residents in the building have access to a fitness center, and a roof deck, which has nice views of the city. For all of that, this place is asking $375,000. [Floorplan]
↑ This co-op in Yorkville is located just three blocks away from the recently opened Second Avenue subway line. The sleeping area is separated from the rest of the apartment by a low-slung wall, which is a plus. Overall the apartment has high ceilings and low monthlies. For all of that, this studio is asking $350,000. [Floorplan]
↑ Where this Woodside studio has a leg up over the other apartments is its cute little balcony, which has just enough space for a small couch and some plants. The apartment features wood flooring throughout, and the relatively spacious kitchen has marble countertops, and tons of storage space. For all of that, this place is asking $279,000.
Which NYC studio would you choose for under $400K?
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