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What you'll get across NYC for $400,000

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While a budget around $400,000 isn't exactly generous by NYC standards, that doesn't mean you can't find anything.  To get you started, we’ve done the legwork and found what’s available throughout the city, from one- to two-bedrooms in Manhattan to Queens 3-bedrooms, plus a Staten Island house.

UPPER EAST SIDE, MANHATTAN: 1-bed, 1-bath co-op loft at 425 East 78th Street (between First and York). $399,000 + $934/mo maintenance

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, MANHATTAN: 2-bed, 1-bath co-op at 474 West 158th Street (between Saint Nicholas and Edgecombe). $379,000 + $1,009/mo maintenance

CENTRAL HARLEM, MANHATTAN: 1-bed, 1-bath condo at 305 West 150th Street (between Bradhurst and Frederick Douglass). $411,500 + $298/mo common charges, $251/mo taxes

DITMAS PARK, BROOKLYN: 1-bed, 1-bath co-op at 385 East 18th Street (between Cortelyou and Dorchester). $400,000 + $736/mo maintenance 

SUNSET PARK, BROOKLYN: 2-bed, 1-bath co-op at 521 41st Street (between Fifth and Sixth). $399,000 + $597/mo maintenance

JACKSON HEIGHTS, QUEENS: 2-bed, 1-bath co-op at 3522 80th Street (between 35th and 37th). $399,000 + $532/mo maintenance

ST. ALBANS, QUEENS: 3-bed, 1-bath house at 205-26 113th Road (between 205th and Francis Lewis). $399,000

RIVERDALE, THE BRONX: 2-bed, 1-bath at 4525 Henry Hudson Parkway (at Riverdale Avenue). $409,000 + $1,350/mo maintenance

ROSSVILLE, STATEN ISLAND: 3-bed, 3-bath house at 1036 Rossville Avenue (at Barry Street). $385,000


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