Million-dollar listings in Greenwich Village, DUMBO, Belle Harbor, and more

EAST HARLEM, MANHATTAN: Two-bedroom, two-bathroom, corner unit condo with private terrace, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a walk-in closet in a doorman building with gym, garage, and roof deck at 161 East 110th Street (between 3rd and Lexington). $999,0000, plus $822/month common charges and $408/month taxes.

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In any other city, the term "million-dollar listing" conjures palatial pads with high-end extras. In NYC, it might not net you much more than a studio (albeit a large one), depending on the neighborhood. But it all depends on location, location, location, and as such, we've rounded up $1 million properties all over the city, from high-end downtown studios to spacious outer-borough houses (with pools!). 

GREENWICH VILLAGE, MANHATTAN:  One-bedroom, one-bath co-op in a pet-friendly building with a roof deck and storage that allows pied-a-terres and gifting, located at 30 5th Avenue (between West 9th and 10th). $1.075 million, plus $1,044/month maintenance.

UPPER WEST SIDE, MANHATTAN: One-bedroom, one-bath sponsor unit with recent renovations and high-end appliances in a prewar co-op with virtual doorman, laundry, roof deck, play room, and bike storage at 160 West 77th Street (between Amsterdam and Columbus). $1.1 million, plus $1,498/month maintenance.

TRIBECA, MANHATTAN:  One-bath studio with 10-foot ceilings and private laundry in a building with 24-hour concierge, fitness center, children's playroom, storage, and landscaped rooftop lounge at 93 Worth Street (between Broadway and Church). (Note: and a tenant is currently in place.) $1.075 million, plus $513/month common charges and $752/month taxes.

DUMBO, BROOKLYN: One-bedroom, one-bath condo loft with large casement windows, oak herringbone floors, and terrace views in a luxury building with gym, children's playroom, roof deck, garden, terrace, and parking at 51 Jay Street (between Plymouth and Water). $1.5 million, plus $482/month common charges, $94/month taxes.

WINDSOR TERRACE, BROOKLYN: Two-bedroom, one-bath co-op with park views, eat-in kitchen, and large closets in prewar building with terrace, bike room, laundry, and storage at 135 Prospect Park Southwest (between Terrace and Seeley). $995,000, plus $658/month maintenance.

SUNSET PARK, BROOKLYN: Four-bedroom, two-bath multi-family set up as a two-family townhouse with hardwood floors, backyard, and full basement and laundry at 241 45th (between 2nd and 3rd Avenue). $1.88 million, plus $210/month taxes.

BELLE HARBOR, QUEENS: Three-bedroom, three-bath house with a full basement and in-ground saltwater pool at 137-04 Cronston Avenue (between 137th and 138th). $1.1 million.

MOTT HAVEN, BRONX:  A recently renovated four-bedroom, three-bath townhouse with a backyard, private roofdeck, and basement with full-height ceilings and potential to convert to a rental unit at 476 East 134th Street (between Brown Place and Willis Ave). $995,000, plus $113/month taxes.

ELTINGVILLE, STATEN ISLAND: Four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath house with in-ground pool, garage, large dining room, walk-in closets, and lower level with bedroom, recreation lounge, and summer kitchen at 102 Petrus Avenue (between Wainwright and Pompey). $999,000. 


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