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Price Check: Got $750k and change? Here’s what you can buy across NYC

By Sara Alessi | December 23, 2013 - 11:10AM

Looking for a new place under seven-figures in one of NYC’s five boroughs? Here's a sampling of what’s on the market for (or around) $750,000.

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