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 $250,000.
In Jackson Heights, this co-op studio is going for $249,000. The bedroom is mildly separated from the living room by a very retro glass block divider, and the kitchen has wood cabinets and quartz countertops. It’s in an elevator building that’s also pet-friendly. Maintenance charges come in at $411/month. It’s located on 79th Street, between 35th and 37th avenues, near the 7 train at 82nd Street-Roosevelt Avenue.
A colorful East Flatbush one-bedroom co-op is up for grabs for $275,000. It has three closets, a large living room area, and a dishwasher. There’s an elevator and a laundry room in the building. Maintenance charges are $677/month. It’s located on East 35th Street, between Snyder and Tilden avenues, near the 2 and 5 trains at Church Avenue.
Asking $249,000, this two-bedroom co-op in Fordham has one and a half bathrooms, hardwood floors, and a large living room area. The building itself has a laundry room and an elevator. Maintenance charges come in at $981/month. It’s located on Fordham Hill Oval, near Sedwick Avenue and Devoe Park. Both the 4 train at Fordham Road and the MetroNorth Hudson Line at University Heights are close.
In Midwood, this 785-square-foot one-bedroom co-op is asking $275,000. There’s not much to it, but it has hardwood floors, a kitchen with plenty of cabinets, and a spacious living area. The building has both bike storage and a laundry room. Maintenance charges are $627/month. It’s located on East 5th Street, between Avenue L and Avenue M, near the F train at Avenue M.
And, finally, in Tudor City, this co-op studio is going for $269,500. It comes with one bathroom and a kitchenette. It sits within a Tudor City Place Gotham Revival building that has a gym, a common laundry room, and a bike room. One thing to keep in mind: It doesn’t accept dogs. Maintenance charges are $830/month. It’s located between East 41st and East 42nd streets, mere steps from the U.N. headquarters. Grand Central Terminal is an 11-minute walk away.
Which NYC apartment would you choose for $250,000?
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