What $390,000 buys in NYC right now

Elizabeth
Dooley for Lisa Garcia and Cindy Fazio, Compass

Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores
what one can buy for a set dollar amount in various NYC
neighborhoods. Is one man’s studio another man’s townhouse?
Let’s find out! Today, we’re looking at apartments for sale for
around $390,000.

 Courtesy
of the Corcoran Group

Bay Ridge

In Bay Ridge, this
two-bedroom
co-op is asking $399,000. It has one bathroom, four
closets (including a walk-in one), a living room area, and a
dishwasher. Though the floorplan is somewhat skinny, the bedrooms
do seem spacious. The building allows both cats and dogs and has a
common laundry room and a common courtyard. Maintenance charges are
$1,117/month. It’s located on 73rd Street, between Ridge
Boulevard and Colonial Road, a 10-minute walk to Shore Park and
near the R train at Bay Ridge Avenue.

 Elizabeth
Dooley for Lisa Garcia and Cindy Fazio, Compass

Park Slope

This very cute
studio
in Park Slope is asking $400,000. It has one bathroom,
three closets, a dishwasher, hardwood floors, a sleeping nook, and
relatively large windows. The building allows pets, and charges
$290/month for maintenance. It’s located on Fifth Avenue, between
1st and 2nd streets, mere steps from J.J Byrne Playground and a
12-minute walk to Prospect Park. It’s also near the F, G, and R
trains at Fourth Avenue.

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of Douglas Elliman

Midtown East

Another
studio
in Turtle Bay, is asking $375,000. It has one bath, two
closets, and it was renovated two years ago, per the listing. The
building has a common laundry room, a bike room, and allows both
cats and dogs. Maintenance charges are $1,076/month. It’s located
on East 49th Street, between First and Second avenues, near the
United Nations headquarters. The nearest train is the 6 at 51st
Street.

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of the Corcoran Group

Upper West Side

On the Upper West Side, this very skinny
studio
co-op is asking $395,000. The 350-square-foot apartment
has 11-foot ceilings, one bathroom, one closet, and a lofted
sleeping area. The building has a common laundry room, a bike room,
and accepts cats and dogs. Maintenance charges are $742/month. Its
location may be one of its main pros, as it sits mere steps from
Central Park and near the C and B trains at 86th Street.

 Courtesy
of Douglas Elliman

Prospect Park South

And, finally, this condo
studio
in a new Prospect Park South building is going for
$399,995. The 496-square-foot unit has floor-to-ceiling windows,
oak floors, in-unit washer/dryer, and a dishwasher. The building
allows pets and has a gym and a bike room. Taxes come in at
$475/month and common charges $384/month. it’s located on East
19th Street, steps from Prospect Park and the B and Q trains at
Church Avenue.

Source: FS – All – Real Estate News 1
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