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Here’s what $675,000 buys in NYC right now

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See what’s for sale in neighborhoods like Downtown Brooklyn, the Upper West Side, and Riverdale

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: $675,000.

A charming Upper West Side one-bedroom, located in a townhouse on West 80th Street, is listed for exactly $675,000. The apartment isn’t huge (per the listing, approximately 525 square feet), but it’s got some lovely attributes: a wood-burning fireplace, built-in bookshelves, and pre-war details. It’s located half a block from the American Museum of Natural History. [Floorplan]

A studio located on the border of Brooklyn Heights and Downtown Brooklyn is asking $680,000. The space is small, but has new, fancy kitchen appliances, a marble-covered bathroom, and a decent amount of closet space. It’s also centrally located, close to plenty of subway lines, restaurants, and shops on Court Street. [Floorplan]

A sleek, renovated Riverdale three-bedroom is going for $685,000, with a monthly maintenance of $1,436/month. The apartment comes with high-end finishes—Italian cabinetry in the kitchen, porcelain tile in the bathroom—as well as access to the co-op’s expanded amenities, which include a full gym, a kid’s room, a cafe, and a dog park. [Floorplan]

A studio with a “surprisingly large” sleeping alcove in Chelsea’s famed London Terrace co-op is going for an even $675,000. There aren’t a ton of photos of the bathroom, but the listing promises it’s “truly from an era gone by,” with a cast-iron tub and black-and-white tile. [Floorplan]

For $680,000, there’s a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op in Clinton Hill, with some nice new updates—namely new stainless steel appliances, and refinished oak floors. Large windows let in plenty of light, and the building itself is close to many of the best things to do in Clinton Hill and Fort Greene (the G train is close by, too). [Floorplan]


Which NYC apartment would you choose for around $675,000?

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  • 35%
    Upper West Side
    (282 votes)
  • 6%
    Downtown Brooklyn
    (55 votes)
  • 18%
    (146 votes)
  • 15%
    (126 votes)
  • 22%
    Clinton Hill
    (180 votes)
789 votes total Vote Now