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What $775,000 buys in NYC right now

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Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can buy for a set dollar amount in various NYC neighborhoods. Is one man’s studio another man’s townhouse? Let’s find out! Today, we’re looking at apartments for sale for around $775,000.

A living room with large windows, hardwood floors, a dark grey rug, a blue couch, a round coffee table, and a TV hanging on the wall.
A kitchenette with yellow cabinetry.
A beige cube-like structure in a living area.
A living area with a dark grey rug, a blue couch, a TV hanging on the wall, and a round coffee table. Courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Flatiron

This 460-square-foot condo studio in Flatiron is asking $775,000. It has one bathroom, 11-foot ceilings, a kitchenette, a dishwasher, and in-unit washer/dryer. The building allows both cats and dogs and has an elevator, a gym, a pool, and a common roof terrace. Taxes are $707/month and common charges $597/month. It’s located on West 19th Street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues, a short walk to Madison Square Park and near the Q, R, and W trains at 23rd Street.

A living room with a brown couch, white walls, large windows, and wooden furniture.
A kitchen with white cabinetry.
A living area with hardwood floors, a dark brown couch, and wooden furniture.
A bedroom with a medium-sized bed, a colorful rug, a large window, and wooden furniture. Courtesy of Halstead Real Estate
Sutton Place

Asking $750,000, this Sutton Place one-bedroom co-op has one bathroom, a large living room, four closets, and hardwood floors. The building has a common laundry room, an elevator, and allows both cats and dogs. Maintenance charges are $1,670/month. It’s located on East 55th Street, between Sutton Place and First Avenue, near the E and M trains at Lexington Avenue - 53rd Street.

A living area with white walls and hardwood floors.
A bedroom with a large window, white walls, and hardwood floors.
A bedroom with hardwood floors and white walls.
A kitchen with white cabinetry. Courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty
Hell’s Kitchen

On the higher side of the price spectrum, this 633-square-foot, one-bedroom condo in Hell’s Kitchen is asking $800,000. It has one bathroom, a large living room area, two closets, and an in-unit washer/dryer. The building allows both cats and dogs and has an elevator, a children’s playroom, a gym, and a bike room. Taxes are $500/month and common charges $465/month. It’s located on 42nd Street, between Eleventh and Twelfth avenues, mere steps from Hudson River Park. The nearest train is the 7 at 34th Street - Hudson Yards.

A living room with high ceilings, a fireplace, a beige couch, a rug, a glass coffee table, and a spiral staircase in the back.
A bedroom with a medium-sized bed, a grey rug, and a window.
A living area with a fireplace, several chairs, a window, a glass coffee table, and a mirror with a golden frame.
An office space with a window, a planter, and a white desk. Evan Joseph Studios, courtesy of Compass
Upper East Side

This one-bedroom, duplex co-op penthouse on the Upper East Side is up for grabs at $750,000. It has two bathrooms, three closets (including a walk-in one), a living room area, a decorative fireplace, a spiral staircase, and space for a home office. The building is pet-friendly and has an elevator and a common laundry room. Maintenance charges are $3,787/month. It’s located on 77th Street, between Park and Madison avenues, mere steps from Central Park, and near the 6 train at 77th Street.

A living room with hardwood floors, a blue leather couch, a light grey rug, and a round coffee table.
A bedroom with a medium-sized bed, white walls, hardwood floors, and a door that leads to a balcony.
A kitchen with wood cabinetry.
A bedroom with a small bed, a door that leads to a balcony, white walls, and a rug. Ryan Lahiff, RISE Media, courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Bedford-Stuyvesant

And, finally, a 768-square-foot, two-bedroom condo in Bed-Stuy is asking $775,000. It has one bathroom, two balconies, a living room, two closets, and in-unit washer/dryer. The building allows pets and has a common laundry room and a common roof deck. Taxes are $28/month and common charges $420/month. It’s located on Halsey Street, between Marcy and Tompkins avenues, mere steps from Potomac Playground and near the C train at Kingston-Throop avenues.

Poll

Which NYC apartment would you buy for $775,000?

This poll is closed

  • 8%
    Flatiron
    (57 votes)
  • 10%
    Sutton Place
    (73 votes)
  • 13%
    Hell’s Kitchen
    (93 votes)
  • 31%
    Upper East Side
    (218 votes)
  • 35%
    Bedford-Stuyvesant
    (245 votes)
686 votes total Vote Now