What you’ll get across NYC for $700,000

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This week, we’ve rounded up a set of apartments across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx, Yes, there are some small ones among them, but head out to Queens and the Bronx and your search suddenly expands to houses.

LOWER EAST SIDE, MANHATTAN: A studio condo with 9.4-foot ceilings and a washer and dryer in an elevator building with a part-time doorman and a shared roof deck at 154 Attorney Street (between East Houston and Stanton). $700,000 plus $440/month common charges, $256/month taxes

MANHATTAN VALLEY, MANHATTAN: A renovated top-floor duplex two-bedroom, two-bath co-op with built-in bookcases and a wine rack, plus windowed baths, a custom wood staircase, and a home office in a prewar elevator building that allows unlimited subletting after 24 months of occupancy at 2790 Broadway (between West 107th and West 108th). $700,000 plus $1,791/month maintenance

UPPER EAST SIDE, MANHATTAN: A one-bedroom co-op with a renovated kitchen, office space and central air conditioning in a pet-friendly doorman building at 400 East 85th Street (between First and York). $700,000 plus $1,278/month maintenance, no subletting allowed

FINANCIAL DISTRICT, MANHATTAN: A studio condo with views of the Hudson River on the 27th floor of a doorman building with community recreation facilities at 20 West Street (between Morris and Battery). $700,000 plus $737/month common charges, $166/month taxes, currently rents for $3,000/month, pied-a-terres allowed

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN, BROOKLYN: A studio condo with a stackable washer and dryer in a doorman building with a pool, fitness center, basketball/squash court, a lounge with billiards, and a screening room at 306 Gold Street (between Tech and Tillary). $705,000 plus $520/month common charges, $8/month taxes, 15-year tax abatement expires in 2025

DUMBO, BROOKLYN: A studio condo (convertible to a one-bedroom) with a washer and dryer, black granite countertops, and a deep soaking tub in the marble bath in an elevator building with a gym and an outdoor deck at 100 Jay Street (between Front and York). $699,000 plus $405/month common charges, $10/month taxes

FRESH MEADOWS, QUEENS: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath, semi-detached single-family with a new roof, electric heater, and a fully finished basement with a separate entrance at 64-45 185th Street (between 64th and 67th). $710,000

GLEN OAKS VILLAGE, QUEENS: A five-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath house with an eat-in kitchen, new bath on the first floor, a new oil heater, and a fully furnished basement on a corner property at 80-03 258th Street (at 80th). $709,000 plus $6,579/month taxes

SPUYTEN DUVIL, BRONX: A three-bedroom, two-bath co-op with a terrace and a renovated, windowed eat-in kitchen in an elevator building with a part-time doorman at 2465 Palisade Avenue (at Independence). $710,000 plus $1,405/month maintenance, includes basic cable


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