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What you’ll get across NYC for $1.25 million

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This week, we're taking a foray into the seven-digit market to find out what’s available to buy across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island. As it turns out, there’s quite a selection, from studios and one-bedrooms in Manhattan to two-bedrooms in Brooklyn and even four- and six-bedroom apartments or houses in the outer boroughs.

GREENWICH VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom, one-bath co-op at 175 West 13th Street (at Seventh). $1.25 million + $1,267/mo maintenance

SOHO, MANHATTAN: A one-bath studio condo at 246 Spring Street (between Varick and Avenue of the Americas). $1.25 million + $3,746/mo common charges, $2,950/mo taxes

WEST VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom, one-bath co-op at 14 Horatio Street (at Eighth). $1.25 million + $1, 382/mo maintenance

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, one-bath at 60 Remsen Street (at Hicks). $1.25 million + $2,041/mo maintenance

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo at 152 Withers Street (between Graham and Manhattan Avenue). $1.25 million + $573/mo common charges, $70/mo taxes

BAYSIDE, QUEENS: A six-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath house at 218-23 56th Avenue (between Luke and Springfield). $1.248 million

HUNTERS POINT, QUEENS: A two-bedroom, two-bath condop at 4-74 48th Avenue (between Fifth and Center). $1.248 million + $2,650/mo maintenance

SPUYTEN DUYVIL, BRONX: A four-bedroom, three-bath co-op at 2726 Palisade Avenue (at Kappock). $1.25 million + $5,332/mo maintenance

EMERSON HILL, STATEN ISLAND: A four-bedroom, four-bath house at 64 Nicole Loop. $1.25 million


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