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What you’ll get across NYC for $450,000

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From studios to three-bedrooms, here’s what’s for sale across all five boroughs when you've got $450,000 to spend. Believe it or not,  you’ll even find houses in the mix.

LINCOLN SQUARE, MANHATTAN: A one-bath studio co-op at 20 West 72nd Street (between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West). $450,000 plus $698/mo maintenance

KIPS BAY, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom, one-bath co-op at 160 East 26th Street (at Third Avenue). $449,900 plus $1,050/mo maintenance

PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: A one-bath studio condo at 225 15th Street (between Fifth and Sixth avenues). $459,000 plus $175/mo common charges, $4/mo taxes

WINDSOR TERRACE, BROOKLYN: A one-bedroom, one-bath co-op at 100 Ocean Parkway (between Caton and Fort Hamilton Parkway). $450,000 plus $601/mo maintenance

CLINTON HILL, BROOKLYN: A one-bedroom, one-bath co-op at 195 Willoughby Avenue (between Grand and Ryerson). $459,000 plus $680/mo maintenance

ST. ALBANS, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, one-bath house at 111-16 174th Street (between 117th and Sayres). $450,000 plus $322/mo taxes

JACKSON HEIGHTS, QUEENS: A two-bedroom, one-bath co-op at 35-25 78th Street (between 35th and 37th). $449,000 plus $653/mo maintenance

SPUYTEN DUYVIL, BRONX: A two-bedroom, two-bath co-op at 750 Kappock Street (at Independence). $450,000 plus $1,168/mo maintenance

MARINERS HARBOR, STATEN ISLAND: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath multi-family house at 238 Dixon Avenue (between Lake and Granite). $450,000


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