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 $900,000.
This one-bedroom condo in East Williamsburg is going for $907,000. It has one bathroom, floor-to-ceiling windows, a private balcony, a dishwasher, and an in-unit washer/dryer. The building has a community garden, terraces, bike storage, and a gym. Taxes are $356/month and maintenance charges $513/month. It’s located near Cooper Park and a couple of blocks from the L train at Graham Avenue.
A one-bedroom condo in Yorkville is asking $875,000. It has one bathroom, oak floors, a large living room, and dining area. The building—which only allows cats—has a bike room, two private playgrounds, a pool, a gym, and a laundry room. Taxes are $865/month and common charges $745/month. It’s located on 90th Street between Second and Third avenues, near Ruppert Park and a six-minute walk to the Q train at 86th Street.
This Bed-Stuy two-bedroom is going for $899,000. It has one bathroom, two terraces, living and dining areas, and private storage. Taxes are $578/month and maintenance $367/month. It is located in a four-story house between Classon and Franklin avenues. It’s close to the G train at Classon Avenue and a seven-minute walk to the A and C trains at Franklin Avenue.
This Buswhick one-bedroom apartment is asking $899,000. It has one and a half bathrooms, oak floors, a backyard and rear yard, a patio, and a recreation room. Common charges are $712.01/month and taxes (without the 421A tax abatement) are $945.36/month. The building has bike storage, a residents’s lounge, an open workspace, and a common roof deck. It’s located between Evergreen and Central avenues, near the M train at Central Avenue.
A two-bedroom co-op in Carroll Gardens is asking $925,000. It has two levels, one bathroom, exposed brick, an open kitchen, in-unit washer/dryer, and plenty of closet space. The building has a roof, which this unit has access to. Maintenance charges are $558/month. It’s located near the F and G trains at Carroll Street.
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