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Here are New York City’s most popular apartments under $1M, according to StreetEasy

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In New York City, the $1M price tag remains one of the city’s most popular, according to StreetEasy, New York City’s leading real estate marketplace. From one-bedrooms in the West Village to three-bedrooms in Harlem, here are some of the most popular — and stunning — listings in NYC, at a variety of price points from $399K right up to $999,999.

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165 Perry Street, #3D

165 Perry Street, #3D

A flexible loft space in the West Village is asking $925,000. The industrial building is just 400 feet from Hudson River Park and was previously a maraschino cherry factory. There’s plenty of storage, including an extra lofted space and two floor-to-ceiling closets, plus additional building storage. Recently updated, the apartment now has a stacked washer and dryer in-unit and a beautiful new kitchen.

Listed by Scotty Elyanow at Compass

111-15 75th Avenue, 3D

111-15 75th Avenue, 3D

A spacious one-bedroom in Forest Hills is going for $399,000 — and at 1,100 square feet, you sure do get a lot of space for your money. The foyer allows enough room for a desk, the newly renovated 19-foot galley kitchen will inspire you to take a cooking class or two, and the spa-like bathroom has a porcelain tub and Porcelanosa Carrara Blanco stone tiles. Five closets offer ample storage space and the large bedroom is flooded with natural light.

Listed by Michael Angelo Camacho at Douglas Elliman Real Estate

1947 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd

1947 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard

Talk about living large in NYC: This three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom apartment in South Harlem is a spacious 1,350 square feet and is listed for $999,000. Located on the top floor of a gorgeous prewar apartment just a few blocks north of Central Park, the apartment is a perfect balance of old and new, with updated appliances paired with exposed brick, beamed ceilings, and parquet floors.

Listed by Paul Griffith at Griffith Real Estate LLC

252 West 21st Street
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252 West 21st Street

A loft-like one-bedroom in the heart of Chelsea is going for $920,000. Getting tons of natural light, the quiet apartment is located in a beautiful brownstone and has high ceilings, exposed brick walls, and authentic details like arched windows and a wood-burning fireplace. The kitchen is minimalistic but has plenty of counter space, and the unit has a washer/dryer. Plus, it’s pet-friendly, so fur babies are welcome.

Listed by Caryl Berenato at Compass

175 West 93rd Street

175 West 93rd Street

Located in a 16-story prewar building designed by the iconic NYC architect Rosario Candela, this one-bedroom co-op is going for $750,000. Boasting beamed ceilings and impressive city views, the charm of the building’s history is easily felt throughout the apartment. New stainless steel appliances are in the sunny eat-in kitchen, and there’s more than enough storage space with four closets. The building is pet-friendly, has a full-time doorman, and has a laundry room.

Listed by Christopher Clowdus at Cooper & Cooper Real Estate LLC

240 East 24th Street

240 East 24th Street

This south-facing one-bedroom in Kips Bay is prewar in all the right places. For $548,000, you get a newly renovated kitchen and bathroom, an oversized bedroom that easily fits a king bed, and a shared outdoor space. Plus, your puppy is more than welcome to move in with you!

Listed by Kari Kaplan at Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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474 Grand Avenue #5

474 Grand Avenue

A two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom apartment in Clinton Hill is on the market for $995,000 with relatively low monthlies, coming in at just over $1,000. Both bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and the shared living area boasts 10-foot ceilings. Don’t forget about the in-unit washer/dryer, too.

Listed by Justin Martinez at Compass

210 East 90th Street

210 East 90th Street

This two-bedroom on the Upper East Side is asking $780,000. The prewar apartment features a newly renovated bathroom and kitchen with all new appliances as well as a washer/dryer in-unit. The building’s shared garden and storage space are some real bonuses, not to mention the quiet street and greenery.

Listed by Chris Zhou at Mont Sky Real Estate LLC

39-55 51st Street

39-55 51st Street

A two-bedroom in Sunnyside is asking $539,000 with a low monthly of $799. The sunny master bedroom is western-facing and features views of the Manhattan skyline. There’s ample closet space throughout the apartment and the building offers a laundry room, a parking garage, and eligibility for membership at the historic Sunnyside Gardens Park.

Listed by Katie O’Sullivan at Welcome Home Real Estate Sunnyside Gardens LLC

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