While hunting for apartments isn’t quite as fun as playing Crazy Eights (in fact, it might just make you crazy) we’ve rounded up a set of possibilities that might work for you if your budget is $850,000. Check out what’s available in every NYC borough--Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island.
If you’re not so sure about your buying knowledge, turn to our How to Buy Guide for help. And BrickUnderground’s also got you covered if you’re new to Gotham, so check out our crash course on how to find an apartment in NYC. See an apartment you like? Do a background check on the building before you make an offer with the in-depth property reports available on Point2 Homes, a BrickUnderground sponsor.
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