Looking for a new home for around $700K? Get ready to make a tough choice. There’s no shortage of great places available right now, with equally great features. The selection includes enticing Brooklyn condos and co-ops in some of Manhattan’s top neighborhoods. NYC apartments for $700K: Happy hunting.
Our first NYC apartment for $700K makes amazing use of its space. All 581 square feet are sprinkled with high-end finishes. The sleek kitchen has stainless appliances, including a dishwasher. And the bathroom is tiled in marble. Plus there’s in-unit laundry and central air! In addition, a balcony off the living room expands the footprint a bit. It’s one of only five units in a newer townhouse development. Tax abatements keep the monthlies super-low.
There’s no mistaking why this condo has attracted more than 200 StreetEasy shoppers. It’s fantastic! The open concept design lets the good times roll from the kitchen all the way down to the bedroom. And wait, there’s more: A wraparound terrace delivers that precious outdoor space. High-end appliances include a dishwasher, an in-unit washer/dryer, and even a wine fridge. Building amenities like a gym and a shared courtyard put it over the top.
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Do you know about the Bakery Building in Greenwich Village? It’s a gem. And this NYC apartment for $700K is a rare 1-bedroom available there. This stellar perch near Union Square is in great shape, with an open living room that opens to a large balcony. But just imagine what a renovation could bring. (Here’s a look at another listing in the building that already had a makeover.) StreetEasy shoppers see the potential: More than 160 call it a fave.
Schwab House is one of the Upper West Side’s more formidable post-war co-ops. A solid price improvement brings this renovated unit to the realm of NYC apartments for $700K. The renovated pass-through kitchen has a dishwasher. All four closets sport customized shelving systems. And a separate dining area would also make a perfect home office. Craving fresh air? Enjoy the building’s two landscaped roof decks. Or pop over to Riverside Park, just across the street!
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We saved the best for last. Our final NYC apartment for $700K is a jewel box at Beekman Hill House. The prewar co-op is close to the East River waterfront. And this corner 1-bedroom marries upscale finishes with original charm. (Think beamed ceilings and cherry-inlaid oak floors.) A foyer entry with closet makes for a graceful start. The marble-lined kitchen boasts a dishwasher and breakfast bar. In the bathroom, the deep original tub sits next to a new marble vanity.