Apparently brokers and big box retailers share pricing strategies: if you're looking for a $2 million apartment in NYC, you'll find a lot of things just barely under budget (think $1,999,999). We've combed the listings for options in all five boroughs, from an opulent Central Park South one-bedroom to a stately Ditmas Park Victorian to investment-worthy multi-families in Brooklyn and Queens.
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CENTRAL PARK SOUTH, MANHATTAN: 1-bed, 1-bath condo at 768 Fifth Avenue (between 58th and 59th). $1,950,000 + $6,567/mo common charges, $1,532/mo maintenance.
GREENWICH VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: 2-bed, 1-bath co-op at 50 West 9th Street (between Fifth and Sixth). $1,950,000 + $1,830/mo maintenace.
YORKVILLE, MANHATTAN: 4-bed, 4-bath co-op at 91 East End Avenue (between 83rd and 84th). $1,999,999 + $5,500/mo maintenance.
DITMAS PARK, BROOKLYN: 7-bed, 2.5-bath house at 1211 Ditmas Avenue (between Argyle and Westminster). $1,900,000 + $501/mo taxes.
FORT GREENE, BROOKLYN: Three-family brownstone at 73 Carlton Avenue (between Myrtle and Park). $1,900,000 + $246/mo taxes.
PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: 4-bed, 2-bath co-op at 140 Eighth Avenue (between Montgomery and Garfield). $1,995,000 + $2,391/mo maintenance.
SUNNYSIDE, QUEENS: Six-family townhouse at 4115 49th Street (between Skillman and 43rd). $2,100,000.
RIVERDALE, BRONX: 6-bed, 5-bath house at 680-6 West 246th Street (between Delafield and Independence). $1,950,000.
GRYMES HILL, STATEN ISLAND: 5-bed, 5.5-bath house at 47 Claire Court (between Signal and Howard). $1,950,000.