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Open houses across the city for apartments asking $500,000 and under

4525 Henry Hudson Parkway, Apartment 301. For much less than half a million, you get three bedrooms, one-and-a-half baths, and a terrace in this Riverdale co-op. Asking price: $430,000. Open house: Sunday, July 10, Sunday, July 17, Sunday, July 24, all by appointment only.

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There's no better way to illustrate how much a half-million budget can stretch—or not—than this weekend's schedule of open houses at the $500,000 price point. Here, a collection of apartments open for viewing throughout the city:

116 Covert Street, Apartment 2B. This 502-square-foot one-bedroom is in a new condo with a gym in Bushwick. Asking price: $425,000. Open house: Sunday, July 10, 1:30 pm to 3 pm.

24 Fifth Avenue, Apartment 226. You can't get more downtown central than this prewar studio in the heart of Greenwich Village. It's in a prewar co-op with a doorman and fitness center. Asking price: $435,000. Open house: Sunday, July 10, by appointment only.

310 Lenox Road, Apartment 7P. Two bedrooms on each end of the space allow for separation and privacy in this top-floor apartment in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens; there's a separate dining area, too. Asking price: $449,000. Open house: Sunday, July 10, 12 noon to 1:30 pm.

82-06 34th Avenue, Apartment 2G. This Jackson Heights two-bedroom is in a prewar with a bike room and a laundry room, and near a retail-heavy corridor. Asking price: $472,000. Open house: Saturday, July 9, 1 pm to 3 pm.  

45-02 Ditmars Boulevad, Apartment 237. This 791-square-foot one-bedroom in Astoria is in the former Steinway factory and has many perks including a doorman, fitness center, on-site parking, and storage. Asking price: $494,500. Open house: Sunday, July 10, 12 noon to 1:15 pm. 

225 West 70th Street, Apartment 5F. This Upper West Side studio has a separate alcove large enough to accommodate a king-sized bed, and is in a building open to pets and pied-a-terres. Asking price: $500,000. Open house: Sunday, July 10, 11 am to 12:30 pm, and Monday, July 11, 5:30 pm to 7 pm.