At a price point just under $1 million, the theme is the interior quality of the newly listed condos, co-ops and condops collected here. And of course, avoiding that nasty mansion tax. In general, these are all nicely located, many with something extra to make them compelling: A balcony, garden patio, or extra bedroom. Any one of these places will make you feel like you’ve arrived in style.

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Manhattan: 224 E. 7th St. #7

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $990,000
AGENT: Lance Levine, Polina Shurygina, Douglas Elliman
HIGHLIGHTS: Here’s a unique, oversized 1-bedroom, second-floor unit in a small and financially solid co-op building in the heart of the East Village. It’s within an easy walk of the Lower East Side and is nicely designed, with wide-plank floors and splashes of exposed brick. And for those days you’re entertaining, you have top-of-the-line kitchen appliances.

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Manhattan: 410 E. 57th St. #6B

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathrooms
PRICE: $990,000
AGENT: Barbara WeinsteinDean R. Feldman, Halstead
HIGHLIGHTS: Wait, what’s this we see? Two WICs and one WBFP? Yes — this classic Sutton Place co-op offers not one, but two walk-in closets and one wood-burning fireplace in the spacious living room/dining room combo. Pocket doors throughout offer clean lines and save on space, too. photo of 10 West 66th Street #14A

Manhattan: 10 W. 66th St. #14A

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $999,000
NEIGHBORHOOD: Lincoln Square
AGENTPamela Ajhar, Marilyn Korn, Brown Harris Stevens
HIGHLIGHTS: This corner co-op offers plenty of light with northern and eastern exposures, plus it has a prime location near Central Park and of course, easy access to the cultural offerings in the neighborhood. Updates have been made to the floors and the kitchen.

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Manhattan: 780 West End Ave. #PHB

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $995,000
AGENTMelissa Stricklin, Emily Zanger, James Development Corp
HIGHLIGHTS: The good news: This is a 2-bedroom, 700-square-foot sponsor unit on the Upper West Side with views of the Hudson River from a large private terrace. The bad news? It needs to be gutted.

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Manhattan: 212 East 47th St. #19E

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $995,000
AGENT: Jackie Chan-Brown, Compass
HIGHLIGHTS: Here’s a 19th-floor unit at the L’Ecole condo building, a 35-story former rental development that was converted into condos in 2007. The balcony adds an entire other dimension to the apartment, which features an open galley kitchen. It’s a solid way to be in this Midtown East location.

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Manhattan: 425 E. 13th St. #2E

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $999,000
AGENT: Holly Parker, Jamie Gagliano, Douglas Elliman
HIGHLIGHTS: This sleek and modern condo is one of 84 units in the A Building, a full-service condo development that went up in 2008. Unique touches, such as white hardwoods and frosted glass pocket doors, add a flavor of fun, but the building amenities take the prize, including a rooftop pool with cabanas and grills.

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Manhattan: 200 E. 16th St. #16L

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $995,000
AGENT: Darren Kearns, Compass
HIGHLIGHTS: Here’s a way to live in a grand and stately section of the city for under $1 million. This large corner apartment with oak hardwoods and original moldings is in a wonderful Art Deco co-op building near Stuyvesant Square.

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Manhattan: 175 Bleecker St. #1

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $980,000
NEIGHBORHOOD: Greenwich Village
AGENT: Jacqueline Luxenberg, Robert Earl, The In House Group
HIGHLIGHTS: This condop unit in a five-story walk-up makes for quintessential downtown living. The interior space has been crafted to maximize every square inch, but the pièce de résistance is the cobblestone garden patio that comes with this first-floor unit. It’s hard to put a number on this kind of entertaining space in one of most coveted urban neighborhoods on the planet. Sure looks cool.

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Brooklyn: 260 N. 9th St. #6D

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $997,500
NEIGHBORHOOD: Williamsburg
AGENT: Jennifer Ellenberg, Douglas Elliman
HIGHLIGHTS: Tax abatements are still in place for this lovely, 750-square-foot condo in Williamsburg. It has a slew of upgraded kitchen appliances and finishes, and views of Manhattan from building roof deck. Plus, you get your own private balcony. If you need parking, you can get a deeded spot — for $100K.

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Brooklyn: 560 State St. #A10

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $995,000
AGENT: Michael Tannen, Brian Giambalvo, Corcoran
HIGHLIGHTS: Bang, meet buck. This condo measures 1,000 square feet, and features a large master bedroom and open kitchen with center island that makes this not your average apartment. There’s a loft-like interior and a great location, with the Apple Store and Whole Foods out the front door and the Atlantic Avenue subway just two blocks away.

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