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 $15,000 of today’s price: $375,000.
A railroad-style co-op in Yorkville is going for $389,000. The narrow abode is described as a junior one-bedroom and features new hardwood floors, French doors, and exposed brick walls. There is an eat-in kitchen with a pantry, a built-in office space located in the living room area, and a light-filled bedroom with more built-ins. Monthly maintenance is $1,148. [Floorplan]
In Prospect Park South, a 900-square-foot apartment along Argyle Road can be yours for $381,000. That price will get you two bedrooms, an open kitchen with an island, a relatively large living room with lots of light, and four closets throughout for storage. Maintenance charges are $1,000/month. [Floorplan]
If you value location over space and have a desire to live in the West Village, then consider this micro studio on Cornelia Street, asking $375,000. The apartment is essentially a glorified closet, offering what looks like a twin-sized Murphy bed, a tiny kitchen, and a small living room. However, there are some nice details within the space, including its decorative fireplace, its white-painted brick walls, and the amount of natural light that the co-op receives. Monthly maintenance is $790. [Floorplan]
In Rego Park, there is this two-bedroom co-op that comes with a fully renovated kitchen with custom cabinetry, a spacious living and dining room, a large master bedroom with double exposures, and a private balcony. You get three closets for storage and maintenance will run you $753/month. Asking price is $375,000. [Floorplan]
Last but not least is this three-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home in Harlem that’s seeking $375,000. The apartment is an HDFC co-op, so there are some income restrictions in place, but if you qualify, there are some nice perks here, which include 1,100 square feet of space, decent-sized rooms, and an abundance of sunlight.
Which NYC apartment would you choose for around $375,000?
This poll is closed
Prospect Park South