Price $1,500,000
Space 1 bed, 2 baths
Neighborhood Chelsea

Loft lovers keen on a prime Chelsea location will find this a tempting listing from Michael Hahn at Compass. Twelve-foot ceilings and a legal combo of two units have resulted in this modern dwelling with industrial touches nicely blending with its prewar stripes. It’s a co-op with plenty of allowances such as pied-à-terre use, sub-letting, parents buying and yes – pets are allowed! One note: A special assessment of $660 per month through the end of 2020 on top of $2,128 monthlies helps pay for building maintenance.

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Price $599,000
Space 1 bed, 1 bath
Neighborhood Hudson Yards

While New York City reorients itself around the new Hudson Yards mega-development, smart shoppers are eyeing this lovely, 16th-floor 1-bedroom complete with its own private terrace. What a smart way to get into one of NYC’s hotter real estate markets, with great access to Penn Station, the High Line, and Hudson River Park. It was converted from a studio in a 1963 co-op building with pretty generous subletting and purchase finance policies. Bryan Tomczuk at Halstead is the listing agent.

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Price $1,249,000
Space 5 beds, 4 baths
Neighborhood Bay Ridge

Here’s an incredible value in Bay Ridge: A gut-renovated two-family limestone townhouse going for $400 per square foot. That means this impressive 3,120-square-foot property is half the price or less of anything you can buy closer to Downtown Brooklyn or Prospect Park. If used as an owner-occupied dwelling, the second rental unit means income to help pay your mortgage. In other words: Worth a trip to Bay Ridge, folks! Billy Apter at RE/MAX is representing the sellers for this choice property.

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Price $1,350,000
Space 3 beds, 3 baths
Neighborhood Crown Heights

This is an interesting play in Crown Heights. Newly built in 2015, this 2,400-square-foot townhouse has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a sundeck, and generous backyard along with a very loft-like interior vibe. Uniquely, it has two wood-burning stoves. At just around $550 per square foot, it is very well priced. Anyone looking for a large single-family might give this listing from Tali Berzak at Compass a look.

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Price $880,000
Space 2 beds, 1 bath
Neighborhood Park Slope

What’s not to like about this pristine 2-bedroom that has seen a painstaking renovation? The quality of the finishes, plus its setting is in a 1910 co-op with an excellent architectural pedigree. It’s Park Slope at its best, with Prospect Park one block away. The list price from Annie Rose at Compass is well under the $1.2 million median for 2-bedrooms in the neighborhood. Maintenance is under $900 and it’s pet-friendly.

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