Here’s what $350K buys around NYC right now

See what you can get in neighborhoods like Harlem, Prospect
Lefferts Gardens, and the Bronx

Welcome to Curbed
Comparisons
, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a
certain dollar amount in various NYC neighborhoods. Today, we’ve
found five apartments within $50,000 of today’s price:
$350,000.

In Manhattan’s Murray Hill neighborhood,
there is this compact studio that’s been given a few upgrades and
is now
asking $355,000
. The kitchen is small but well-equipped with
stainless steel appliances (including a dishwasher), and the living
room is large enough to carve out an alcove studio space. The co-op
has large double paned windows, two closets for storage, and a full
bathroom. Monthly maintenance is $769/month.

At 550 square feet, this $375,000
studio co-op
in Prospect Lefferts Gardens is
pretty spacious. The unit is on the top floor of a six-story
building (don’t worry, there’s an elevator) and includes a
sunken living room, a windowed kitchen with a cutout, and a
white-and-black tiled bathroom. Monthly maintenance is a mere $392.
[Floorplan]

Head to Sugar Hill in Upper Manhattan, and
you’ll find this lovely prewar co-op with one bedroom and one
bathroom. Among its flourishes are French doors, ceiling and wall
moldings; and large windows that bring in natural light. There’s
a windowed kitchen (that could use an update), a full dining room,
a queen-sized bedroom with two exposures, and three closets
throughout.
Asking price
is $375,000 and monthly maintenance is $927.
[Floorplan]

In Harlem, $369,000 buys this two-bedroom
co-op
, provided you meet the HDFC income qualifications. The
layout is straightforward and includes a large living and dining
room, a modern kitchen with a breakfast bar, a master bedroom with
a walk-in closet, and a sizable second bedroom. Monthly maintenance
goes for $1,189. [Floorplan]

And finally, in the Bronx, there is a two-bedroom
condo
that’s seeking $339,000. The light-filled apartment is
located in the borough’s Throgs Neck neighborhood and is located
right along its waterfront. Highlights here include hardwood
floors, oversized windows, a decent-sized kitchen with marble
countertops, and a small patio with views of the Throgs Neck and
Whitestone bridges.

Source: FS – NYC Real Estate
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