Price Check

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

By Sara Alessi | November 2, 2015 - 1:59PM

Looking for a place in Manhattan for $450,000? That budget nets you mostly studios and one-bedrooms. If you expand your search to Brooklyn and Queens, you’ll find more one-bedrooms, and even some apartments with two bedrooms. The further out you go, the bigger the space, with three-bedrooms available in Staten Island.

GREENWICH VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: A co-op studio with parquet flooring and a separate kitchen in a building with a part-time doorman and an on-site parking garage at 13 West 13th Street (between Fifth and Avenue of the Americas). $450,000 plus $808/month maintenance

SUTTON PLACE, MANHATTAN: A corner one-bedroom, one-bath co-op with beamed ceilings and herringbone floors in a building a few blocks from Bloomingdales at 400 East 59th Street (between First and Sutton Place South). $450,000 plus $1,278/month maintenance (includes electricity and basic cable)

KENSINGTON, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, one-bath condo with a windowed, eat-in kitchen and an open layout in an elevator building with a backyard at 275 Webster Avenue (between East Eighth and Ocean Parkway). $450,000 plus $748/month common charges

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN: An L-shaped studio co-op with a sleeping space that can be closed off by sliding glass doors and a renovated bath in a post-war building on a cul-de-sac at 45 Grace Court (between Furman and Hicks). $450,000 plus $722/month maintenance

STUYVESANT HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN: A one-bedroom, one-bath condo with a washer and dryer hookup and oversized windows in a new pet-friendly, boutique development at 223 Pulaski Street (between Marcus Garvey Boulevard and Throop). $455,000 plus $173/month common charges, $298/month taxes

OZONE PARK, QUEENS: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo with a skylight, terrace and a washer and dryer in a pet-friendly building with basement storage at 94-50 Magnolia Court (at 150th). $450,000 plus $508/month common charges

FLORAL PARK, QUEENS: A two-bedroom, one-bath house with the possibility of making a third bedroom, and with a one-year-old roof and hot water heater at 254-20 82nd Road (between 255th and Little Neck Parkway). $449,999 plus $257/month taxes

RIVERDALE, BRONX: A two-bedroom, two-bath co-op with a terrace and a windowed kitchen in a pet-friendly building with a gym at 750 Kappock Street (at Palisade). $450,000 plus $1,191/month maintenance

TRAVIS, STATEN ISLAND: A three-bedroom, one-plus-bath duplex with a finished basement featuring wall-to-wall closets, plus a paved yard with a hot tub and a fence at 51 Beresford Avenue (at Wild). $449,000


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