Whether you actually have $1.5 million to buy right now, or like to window-shop (er, dream), we’ve got the scoop on what’s available on that budget across all five boroughs. In addition to the above three-bedroom apartment in Downtown Brooklyn, you’ll even find a range of houses—both single and multi-family—even in Brooklyn.
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.
CENTRAL HARLEM, MANHATTAN: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo with soundproofing and a keyed elevator that opens directly into the apartment in a pet-friendly building with a bike room at 2073 Frederick Douglass Boulevard (between West 112th and West 113th streets). $1.5 million plus $974/month common charges, $14/month taxes (tax abatement ends in 2028)
TURTLE BAY, MANHATTAN: A two-bedroom (convertible to three), two-bath co-op with a renovated and windowed kitchen and renovated baths, plus two split master bedroom suites in an elevator building with a concierge at 301 East 48th Street (at Second Avenue). $1.5 million plus $2,720/month maintenance
GRAMERCY, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom, one-bath condo with a windowed walk-in closet and a windowed home office in a doorman building with storage available at 120 East 29th Street (between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenue). $1.5 million plus $960/month common charges
WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath condo with exposed columns and beams and built-in Italian wardrobes in a doorman building with shared recreation facilities at 79 South Fifth Street (between Wythe and Berry). $1.5 million plus $904/month common charges, $85/month taxes
BAY RIDGE, BROOKLYN: A five-bedroom,two-and-half-bath three-story house with custom crown moldings and an updated kitchen at 269 Bay Ridge Parkway (between Ridge Avenue and Third). $1.5 million
HUNTERS POINT, QUEENS: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo at 10-63 Jackson Avenue (between Hunters Point Avenue and 50th). $1.499 million plus $1,045/month common charges, $79/month taxes
LITTLE NECK, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath house with a garden and a sunken living room with a cathedral ceiling at 251-51 Gaskell Road (between Browvale and 251st). $1.5 million plus $10,788/month taxes
RIVERDALE, BRONX: A four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath Tudor house with a wood-burning fireplace, front porch, rear patio and garden, as well as a basement with a playroom at 5234 Netherland Avenue (between West 252nd and West 254th). $1.495 million
PRINCES BAY, STATEN ISLAND: A three-bedroom, five-bath multi-family colonial house featuring a one-bedroom apartment, a fireplace, a brick deck, an in-ground pool and a Jacuzzi, as well as a basement and solar panels at 300 Albourne Avenue (between Queensdale and Foster). $1.499 million