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What you'll get across NYC for $1.5 million

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On the hunt for a new home? If you've done the calculations and it looks like you can afford halfway between a million and two million dollars, you've got a lot to choose from -- even some houses (if you're willing to travel to the Bronx and Staten Island).

CHELSEA, MANHATTAN: 2-bed, 1-bath co-op at 360 West 22nd Street (at Ninth). $1.5 million + $1,680/mo maintenance

LINCOLN SQUARE, MANHATTAN: 2-bed, 1.5-bath condo at 161 West 61st Street (between Amsterdam and Columbus). $1.5 million + $1,582/mo common charges, $1,066/mo taxes

SUTTON PLACE, MANHATTAN: 3-bed, 2-bath co-op at 333 East 55th Street (between First and Second). $1.525 million + $3,209/mo maintenance

COBBLE HILL, BROOKLYN: 3-bed, 2-bath condo at 100 Congress Street (at Hicks). $1.5 million + $1,083, tax abatement until June 2027

GREENPOINT, BROOKLYN: 4-bed, 3-bath townhouse at 505 Vandervoort Avenue (at Lombardy). $1.525 million + $250/mo taxes

BAYSIDE, QUEENS: 6-bed, 4-plus-bath multi-family at 214-43 43rd Avenue (between 214th Place and 215th Street). $1.499 million + $245/mo taxes

LONG ISLAND CITY, QUEENS: 2-bed, 2-bath condo at 5-19 Borden Avenue (between Fifth and Vernon). $1.55 million + $920/mo common charges, $58/mo taxes

RIVERDALE, THE BRONX: 3-bed, 2-bath house at 4659 Independence Avenue (between Ploughmans Bush and West 247th). $1.5 million 

HUGUENOT, STATEN ISLAND: 4-bed, 3-bath house at 205 Arbutus Avenue (between Arbutus Way and Gallant). $1.499 million


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