Whether you’re just window-shopping or actually in the market for an abode, we’ve rounded up what’s available in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island for $580,000.
When you’re ready to make the plunge, take a peek at BrickUnderground’s How to Buy Guide. And if NYC is new to you, take our crash course on how to find an apartment. See one you like? Do a background check on the building before you make an offer with the in-depth property reports available on Point2 Homes, a BrickUnderground sponsor.
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