Price $599,000
Space Studio, 1 bath
Neighborhood Greenwich Village

It’s technically a studio, but with a large closet now converted into a sleeping area with a door, this Greenwich Village co-op will live like a 1-bedroom. Adding to the sense of spaciousness is a newly upgraded, full kitchen with a four-seat breakfast bar. The tile, granite and stainless steel finishes there and in the bathroom give the place a luxurious feel.

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Price $995,000
Space 1 bed, 1 bath
Neighborhood Upper West Side

Paradise is having four windows in your living room and a wonderfully open kitchen/living-room layout. Paradise is also having two large closets in a very generously sized bedroom, and two more in the apartment. Finally, there’s the shared roof deck, numerous building amenities, and lovely location on the Upper West Side, all of which look like heaven to us.

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Price $1,450,000
Space 2 beds, 1 bath
Neighborhood Carroll Gardens

This 2-bedroom unit spans the full floor of a 22-foot-wide townhouse, so even if it’s out of your price range, you’ll probably still want to go see it. There’s a renovated, open kitchen, great light in the living room, and — to really seal the deal — a wide terrace in the rear that’s accessible through the master bedroom. Lovely.

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Price $880,000
Space 3 beds, 1 bath
Neighborhood Morningside Heights

Look what you can get uptown for under $1 million: 3 bedrooms in a classic elevator co-op just steps from Columbia University and the thriving world of shops, restaurants, and activities around it. We love the long-hall layout, open kitchen, and bright living room in this second-floor unit. Especially at this price.

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Price $795,000
Space 1 bed, 1 bath
Neighborhood West Village

Then, of course, there’s the downtown dream. This 1-bedroom duplex is positively 4th Street: It’s in a historic building with a ridiculously desirable location, and has a true, wood-burning fireplace and a king-size bedroom to boot. That blue-tile kitchen may not be of the moment, but it’s definitely cool. There’s also historic pedigree courtesy of architect John B. Snook, who designed the first Grand Central Depot.

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