New York City is not known for being the most affordable city to buy a home, especially in Manhattan. However, current real estate prices may surprise you. We’ve rounded up some of the best Manhattan apartments under $600K for the week of February 8, 2021.
This Chelsea studio duplex lives like a 1-bedroom. The spacious sleeping area and bathroom are located upstairs while the lower level houses the cozy living room and kitchen. Located on West 25th Street and 9th Avenue, it’s right in the middle of the best Chelsea has to offer. Easily walk to the High Line and art galleries, or pop into one of the area’s popular restaurants. Listed by Steven Markowicz of Nest Seekers International.
There’s a lot to like about this Gramercy sun drenched 1-bedroom. The recently renovated apartment oozes with charm from the warm hardwood floors to exposed brick walls. Sliding doors lead out to a Juliette balcony with views of the tree-lined street. The location can’t be beat with easy access to the transportation hub at Union Square and plenty of restaurants and nightlife options to choose from. Co-purchasing and pied-à-terres are allowed.
This ultra modern Upper East Side studio has views for days thanks to a private wrap around terrace. Designed by renowned architect Annabelle Selldorf, this unit boasts Carrera marble floors, a spa-like bathroom with heated floors, and a new kitchen. This penthouse unit is the perfect pied-à-terre. Listed by Carol E. Levy of Carol E. Levy Real Estate.
Good things do in fact come in small packages. This compact, but well appointed prewar Murray Hill studio has plenty going for it, including an incredible listing price. The unit makes the most of its small footprint with a kitchenette and two closets for storage. The Tudor City co-op also has a fitness center and expansive roof deck perfect for soaking up sunshine on a warm day. Gifting and co-purchasing are allowed. Listed by William Roy of Halstead Property LLC.
This East Midtown loft can take on a number of configurations, thanks to its open floor plan. Whether you prefer a tranquil office space, separate dining area, or dedicated space for your fitness equipment, this apartment can mold to your needs thanks to a well designed upper level. Co-purchasing, pied-à-terre, and gifting are allowed with board approval. Listed by Martin Freiman of Redfin Corporation.
This charming Inwood 1-bedroom apartment offers a quiet respite from the daily bustle of Manhattan. Not only is this unit perfect for nature lovers, but the athletically inclined will appreciate the close proximity to Inwood and Isham parks, plus tennis courts and more at the Columbia University Baker Athletics complex. The unit also features a whopping 5 closets–unheard of storage in a city known for small dwellings. Listed by Susanna Saarinen of Access Property Group.
Who doesn’t like getting a bonus? This renovated Upper East Side 1-bedroom comes with a bonus room that can be used as an office or extra bedroom, complete with a queen sized Murphy bed. The location can’t be beat–just a few blocks away from Central Park and the Museum Mile. In-unit laundry and a dog-friendly policy make this co-op a must see.
A wood-burning fireplace sets this top floor West Village studio apart from the competition. This unit brings on the West Village charm with quiet, tree-lined and cobblestone streets. This small, but mighty studio gets lots of sunlight and there’s always the shared roof deck when you want to stretch out for a bit more space. It’s the West Village, and chances are you’ll be spending your days out and about anyway. This co-op is dog-friendly, accepts guarantors, and pied-à-terres.
This 16th floor Chelsea studio comes with Hudson River and city skyline views. The full dressing alcove in addition to three other closets ensures plenty of storage space. This condo building offers, shared laundry, additional building storage and a bike room. Pied-à-terres, gifting, and guarantors are accepted. Listed by Kathi Jacob of Halstead Property LLC