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For Sale in NYC

A guide to homes for sale in New York, including co-ops, condos, and townhouses for sale

6 NYC open houses you can tour virtually

Options this week include a a charming Renaissance Revival house in Sunset Park and a mod Soho loft

For $499K, a compact Prospect Heights co-op with plenty of charm

The 612-square-foot apartment is within walking distance of Prospect Park.

In Ridgewood, brick townhouse with a backyard wants $1.35M

The two-story house has plenty of charming details including original hardwood floors.

6 Manhattan open houses you can tour virtually

Options this week include a sleek co-op in a cast-iron Greenwich Village building, and a huge Upper West Side apartment

Brooklyn Heights brownstone with rustic attic hideaway wants $11.75M

The historic home has plenty of period details and several terraces.

Boerum Hill townhouse made famous on ‘Talk Stoop’ wants $3M

The lovely house on Wyckoff Street appeared in many episodes of Cat Greenleaf’s interview show

Stately turn-of-the-century home on Prospect Park West wants $5.895M

The historic house has multiple green spaces.

Charming co-op in Nolita’s Police Building is a bibliophile’s dream for $2.8M

Check out those floor-to-ceiling bookshelves

For $5M, a renovated Greenpoint home that marries Brutalism and California chic

The 19th-century house on Green Street has gotten a major upgrade

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8 great New York City starter homes

These NYC pads would be perfect for first-time home buyers: They’re in good neighborhoods, have (mostly) plenty of space, and are asking around $500,000.

Quirky Kips Bay duplex with industrial touches wants $750K

It has exposed brick and cast iron beams.

For $338K, a cozy Flatbush studio with a spacious kitchen

This small space has plenty of room for cooking fiends

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NYC’s 25 most expensive homes for sale

Here now, check out the 25 most expensive listings in NYC—they're just as ridiculously over-the-top as you might expect.

Sweet studio in historic West Village building wants $539K

The unit has a decorative fireplace and crown moldings.

Midcentury stunner by Frank Lloyd Wright disciple asks $999K

The home, designed by Usonia architect Aaron Resnick, is 70 miles from New York City

Gorgeous loft in Brooklyn’s old Eagle Warehouse building wants $2.35M

The breathtaking unit has a dazzling clock that offers views of the Brooklyn Bridge.

In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a co-op with prewar charm wants $575K

The one-bedroom apartment has iron rails and crown moldings.

How much for an elegant Greenwich Village co-op?

Can you guess the correct asking price?

For $539K, a quirky Ditmas Park condo with plenty of room

The two-bedroom unit comes with space for a home office.

Elegant Turtle Bay one-bedroom wants $570K

It has beamed ceilings and two walk-in closets.

For $100M, an ‘equestrian estate of the highest caliber’ in Westchester

The 740-acre estate is used for raising Thoroughbred racehorses.

Beautiful Prospect Park South home with storybook touches wants $3.9M

The dreamy two-story house has a gambrel roof and a brick chimney.

Striking Brooklyn Heights carriage house with modern touches wants $5.45M

The Renaissance Revival-style home is filled with charming details.

Cute Park Slope one-bedroom comes with plenty of prewar details for $699K

The co-op unit has arched doorways and crown moldings.

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The best new NYC condos hitting the market this spring

Spring is almost here, and that can only mean one thing: it's time to look at the many condos that will be hitting New York's real estate market in the next few months.

This stylish two-bedroom in Kensington checks all the boxes for $599K

It comes with beautiful details like exposed brick and French doors.

Big reveal: $1.299M for a bright Kips Bay co-op with two balconies

Did you guess the correct asking price?

5 open houses in Jackson Heights to check out this weekend

Apartments asking from $399K to $775K.

Picture-perfect Brooklyn Colonial wants $2.26M after gut renovation

The home in South Midwood has tons of curb appeal

Renovated studio in LES’s Seward Park co-op wants $529K

Its eat-in kitchen comes with a dishwasher and Caesarstone countertops.

How much for a bright Kips Bay co-op with two balconies?

Can you guess the asking price?

For $8M, a Gramercy Park carriage house with Bohemian spirit

The building formerly served as the Ozenfant School of Fine Arts.

Upper East Side’s Carhart Mansion duplex returns for $28.4M

The 10,350-square-foot spread has been on and off the market since 2008

Adorable one-bedroom condo in Washington Heights asks $565K

The unit sits within a historic Arts and Crafts-style building.

In Bed-Stuy, a townhouse with ornate wood details seeks $3M

The 1891 townhouse has been fully upgraded but still retains its Victorian character.

Cheery Hell’s Kitchen townhouse wants $7.5M

Imagine the views from the kitchen sink.

5 open houses in Crown Heights to check out this weekend

Properties asking between $510K and $2.855 million.

Historic Cobble Hill brownstone with garden wants $3.6M

The four-story house comes with two fireplaces.

In Bay Ridge, a sunny two-bedroom with a fireplace seeks $495K

The apartment also comes with private outdoor space.