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What $380,000 buys in NYC right now

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See what $380K buys in NYC neighborhoods like Bay Ridge, Jackson Heights, and the Upper West Side

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 $20,000 of today’s price: $380,000.

Courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Upper West Side

This Upper West Side studio isn’t huge—around 400 square feet, if that—but the layout affords some flexibility with how it can be arranged. There’s also a nicely sized bathroom, a separate kitchen with a dishwasher (but no oven), and prewar details. The building also comes with access to a roof deck, all for $382,000. It’s located on West 102nd Street near Riverside Park.

Via Corcoran
Prospect Heights

A two-room co-op studio in Prospect Heights is going for $399,000. The apartment is split between a kitchen with new appliances and enough space for a dining room table, and a living room/sleeping area. It’s fairly spacious, and there are new appliances throughout. It’s located on Vanderbilt Avenue, just a few blocks from Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum.

Jackson Heights

In Jackson Heights, an 850-square-foot two-bedroom co-op is going for just under $370,000. It’s a spacious apartment, with two big bedrooms, a large living room/dining room, and separate kitchen. Location-wise, it’s close to shops and restaurants on Northern Boulevard and a 10-minute walk from the closest subway station.

Via Compass
Washington Heights

A two-bedroom co-op in Washington Heights is asking $399,000, and has plenty of good things going for it. It’s close to two subway stops and several parks; the bedrooms are large, with decent closet space; and there’s a big kitchen with eat-in potential. It’s located on 158th Street close to Amsterdam Avenue.

Bay Ridge

And finally, a one-bedroom co-op in Bay Ridge is going for $360,000. The living room and bedroom are on opposite sides of the apartment, with the kitchen and bathroom in the center. There are five closets and plenty of room for more storage, and the building has a laundry room and a courtyard. It’s also close to Shore Park on one side, and the R train on the other.


Which NYC apartment would you choose for around $380,000?

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  • 25%
    Upper West Side
    (240 votes)
  • 9%
    Prospect Heights
    (89 votes)
  • 19%
    Jackson Heights
    (182 votes)
  • 36%
    Washington Heights
    (346 votes)
  • 8%
    Bay Ridge
    (81 votes)
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