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This weekend's open houses for one-bedroom co-ops in Manhattan asking $665,000

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According to Douglas Elliman’s most recent market report, the median price of a one-bedroom co-op in Manhattan now stands at $665,000. Stop by these open houses this weekend for properties on or near the median:

434 East 52nd Street, #2B, Beekman.  A one-bedroom with a wood-burning fireplace in a pet-friendly Bing & Bing building.  Asking price: $625,000. Open House: Sunday, April 5, 2 pm to 3:30 pm

380 Riverside Drive, #7M, Morningside Heights. A large and bright apartment with refinished floors and new windows. Bonus: A washer and dryer are allowed. Asking price: $650,000. Open House: Saturday, April 4th, 12 noon to 1:30 pm

• 245 East 24th Street, #11D, Gramercy Park. A corner one-bedroom with a renovated kitchen and bathroom. Asking price: $650,000. Open House: Sunday, April 5, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

• 149 Avenue C, #2F, East Village. This unit has an open kitchen with an island kitted out with a built-in SS Bertazzoni range. The co-op offers a shared back yard and bike storage. Asking price: $659,000.  Open House: SundayApril 5, 2 pm to 3:30 pm

7 Park Avenue, #15A, Murray Hill. This apartment in an Emery Roth co-op with a common roofdeck and bike storage has a separate dining area and a refurbished kitchen and bath. Asking price: $695,000. Open Hours: Sunday, April 5, 1:30PM - 3:00PM


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