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 $10,000 of today’s price: $700,000.
↑ After a modern revamp, this 780-square-foot co-op in Clinton Hill is asking $699,000. Oversized windows fill the space with natural light, and the one-bedroom apartment has a windowed kitchen with stainless steel appliances, high ceilings, and five closets for storage. Building amenities include a laundry room, bike storage, and 24-hour security. Monthly maintenance is $861. [Floorplan]
↑ On the Upper East Side, a modest one-bedroom with built-in storage spaces and a 250-square-foot patio is going for $698,000. Located on East 65th Street, the unit includes hardwood floors throughout, a small kitchen (and slightly dated) with a dishwasher, a spacious bedroom with a built-in wardrobe, and a renovated bathroom. Maintenance is a bit pricey at $1,478/month. [Floorplan]
↑ There are some parts of New York City where you can a whole house for around $700,000; in Flatlands, not too far from Mill Basin and Floyd Bennett Field, a 1,300-square-foot, three-bedroom house is going for $699,900. The detached home was recently renovated, and has hardwood floors, a new kitchen, a finished basement, and a backyard.
↑ In Elmhurst, a large three-bedroom co-op is asking $699,000. Each room has big windows, the kitchen is brand new, and the building itself comes with a number of perks for residents, including a communal garden, fitness center, and bike storage. It’s also located close to three subway stops, including the transit hub at Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Avenue.
↑ And in Manhattan close to Gramercy Park, there’s a small but stylish studio with a loft bed, asking an even $700,000. There are actually three levels to the space: The entry is through a small foyer with a closet, which connects to the living area—with a small kitchen, built-ins, and a dining area with a custom banquette—via a spiral staircase. The stairs lead up to the bedroom, which also has a relatively huge closet. [Floorplan]
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