NYC Apartments Under $600k: Homes You Can Buy Now

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April 6, 2021
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NYC homes under $600k in prime neighborhoods? It’s not a pipe dream. While NYC is not known for being inexpensive, there are great deals to be had if you know where to look. We’ve rounded up the best listings under $600k for the week of April 6, 2021.

488 3rd St. Brooklyn, NY

488 3rd St. #4B


This Park Slope 1-bedroom is brownstone living at its best. Located on the top floor, this sunny unit turns on the charm with a remodeled kitchen, crown moulding, and restored tin ceilings. Add in low monthly fees and this is a gem you won’t want to pass up. Listed by Suzanne Koxvold of Compass. 

19 Grace Ct. Brooklyn, NY

19 Grace Ct. #3C


Live steps from the waterfront promenade and the best of Brooklyn Heights in this cozy, co-op studio. This unit is the stuff prewar dreams are made off: exposed brick, wood floors, and a well-maintained building. The location simply can’t be beat. Listed by Nicole Galluccio of Compass.

242 W. 112th St. New York, NY

242 W. 112th St. #1C


Want to live mere steps from Central Park for far below market rate? Yes please! There’s a lot to love about this Harlem 1-bedroom HDFC. In addition to a prime South Harlem location, this co-op has been thoughtfully renovated and benefits from low monthly fees. HDFCs are income restricted, so be sure to check if you qualify. Listed by Mitchell Hall of eXp Realty.

78-11 35th Ave. Queens, NY

78-11 35th Ave. #6E


No need to pinch yourself. This stunning Jackson Heights 2-bedroom is not a mirage, but it certainly is dreamy. From new oak floors to quartz countertops in the well-appointed chef’s kitchen, this top floor corner unit checks all the boxes. Building amenities include a shared garden, bike storage and laundry. Listed by Armen Meschian of CORE Group Marketing. 

269 Bennett Ave. New York, NY

269 Bennett Ave. #1D


Want a tranquil respite from the city without actually leaving the city? This Washington Heights 2-bedroom co-op offers prospective residents plenty of room to spread out, in addition to being conveniently located steps from Fort Tryon Park. Pets are welcome and there’s no board approval required for this sponsor unit. Listed by Melaine Lessey of LL Real Estate Services.

21-37 33rd St. Queens, NY

21-37 33rd St. #1G


This Astoria 1-bedroom packs a lot into a small footprint. The unit underwent a gut renovation, boasting custom built kitchen cabinetry, new wood floors, and carrara marble in the bathroom. Additionally, this condop allows unlimited subletting. Listed by Jennylee Marcelin.

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