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What You'll Get Across NYC for $850,000

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Tackling the NYC sales market with $850,000 in your pocket? You’ll find plenty of apartments throughout the five boroughs. If you’ve got a big family—or just want more space to spread out—you might want to head out to Queens or Staten Island (or even just across the bridge to Brooklyn), where you'll find four- to five-bedroom abodes, and even a house or two.

And if you see a place you'd like to make a move on, take a look at BrickUnderground’s How to Buy Guide. If NYC is new to you, check out our crash course on how to find an apartment for everything you need to know.  

TURTLE BAY, MANHATTAN: 1-bed, 1.5-bath condo at 216 East 47th Street (between Second and Third). $850,000 + $1,220/mo common charges, $1,130/mo taxes

UPPER WEST SIDE, MANHATTAN: 1-bed, 1-bath condo at 100 West 93rd Street (between Columbus and Amsterdam). $856,000 + $456/mo common charges, $183/mo taxes

BUSHWICK, BROOKLYN: 4-bed, 3-bath multi-family townhouse at 415 Wilson Avenue (Woodbine and Madison Street). $850,000 + $144/mo taxes

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: 1-bath studio condo at 2 Northside Piers (between North Fourth and North Fifth). $845,000 + $513/mo common charges, $5/mo taxes

PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: 2-bed, 1-bath co-op at 221 Eighth Avenue (at Second Street). $850,000 + $625/mo maintenance

ASTORIA, QUEENS: 4.5-bed, 3-bath co-op at 24-75 38th Street (between 28th Avenue and Astoria Boulevard). $849,000 + $1,488/mo maintenance

DOUGLASTON, QUEENS: 4-bed, 1.5-bath house at 350 Grosvenor Street (between East Drive and Marinette). $870,000

RIVERDALE, BRONX: 5-bed, 3-bath townhouse at 259 West 259th Street (at Huxley). $865,000

NEW SPRINGVILLE, STATEN ISLAND: 4-bed, 3-bath multi-family at 7 Bogota Street (at Monahan). $849,999


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