What Can You Buy For Under $800,000?
In the market for a one bedroom? If you’ve got $800,000 to spend, there are a lot of options on the market in NYC. Today we show you three BOND properties for under $800,000.
Exceptional Home In Bleecker Court – Price: $785,000
This immaculate and bright one bedroom apartment located in sought after Greenwich Village, is an ideal home for anyone. Perfect for entertaining and everyday alike, the open concept stainless steel kitchen offers a suite of top of the line appliances – Bertazzoni range and hood, as well as a Miele dishwasher. This apartment has been exquisitely renovated throughout and offers abundant closet space, oversized windows, carbonized bamboo flooring and exposed accent brick wall. You’ll love the peacefulness and quiet that this apartment offers, right in the middle of the bustling city. Listing ID: 1181741.
Spacious and Quiet Upper West Side Co-op – Price: $729,000
This very quiet and spacious one bedroom which features many pre-war details including hardwood parquet flooring throughout, 9′ beamed ceilings and oversize windows. The fully renovated windowed kitchen includes custom cabinets, s/s appliances and a sub-zero fridge. Separate windowed dining room. The windowed bath has been updated while maintaining pre-war charm. The King-size bedroom is generously proportioned and includes an entire wall of closets. In addition, there is a spacious walk-in closet off the hallway. Listing ID: 1125616.
Perfect Top Floor Duplex – Price: $725,000
This is a perfect apt for those buyers who are looking for a modern, well maintained condo home with low taxes and low maintenance. This very sunny penthouse duplex is furnished with a custom kitchen with Italian cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, Sub Zero refrigerator, stone countertops, and Kohler fixtures all throughout. You can enjoy the privacy of your own balcony, on a very quiet residential street. Listing ID: 1180131.
If you are looking for a NYC co-op or condo apartment, check out our website for more listings.
1182 Broadway – Rock Star Luxury Conversion
The Centurian Building located at 1182 Broadway in Manhattan was constructed between 1908 and 1910. The Centurian Building was designed in the Beaux-Arts style by William L. Rouse for the Century Holding Company. It is a contributing building within the Madison Square North Historic District, which has been certified by the Secretary of the Interior as meeting the requirements for listing in the National Register of Historic places.
In a city with lots of faceless new construction of minimalist concept, 1182 Broadway stands out for its remarkable mix of industrial to residential design and its celebration of prewar architecture surrounding the most modern fixtures and settings. Every detail has been deliberately rendered to deliver elegant and imaginative surroundings for the residents to live their most creative lives.
We invite you to join us in refined, full service, downtown living!
- 24 Hour Attended Lobby
- Landscaped Roof Deck
- Lifestyle Concierge Services
- Pet Friendly
- Live-In Super
- Fios Available
- Close To Transportation
- Elevators & Bike Room
- Washer/Dryer In Units
- Pre-War Landmark Building
- Package Room & Cold Storage
- Doorman Lofts with 10’ Ceilings and Oversized Commercial Grade Windows
- Walnut Toned Hardwood Floors Throughout
- Top Quality Chef’s Kitchens include Paneled SubZero Refrigerators and Bosch Ranges, Microwaves and Dishwashers
- Marble Breakfast Bars
- Bosch Axxis Series Washers/Dryers In Each Unit
- Pristine Marble Bathrooms with Variegated Turkish Carrara Mosaic Tiles and Chevron Herringbone Patterned Marble Floors
- Kohler Art Deco Silver Series Water Fixtures
- Double Sinks with Marble Vanities and Mahogany Stained Cabinetries
- Deep Kohler Soaking Tubs
- Large Master Bedrooms with Deep Walk-In Closets
For more information contact: Douglas Wagner
email@example.com / 212.582.2009 x 4170
Featured Property – 496 Sixth Avenue
This four bedroom, three bathroom townhouse has been inventively and lovingly renovated and restored to create a brand new home inside a historic shell in the heart of the most sought-after neighborhood in New York. The floors, walls, ceilings, windows, moldings, kitchen, bathrooms, bedrooms, and back deck are brand new and have never before been lived in. This tremendous residence enjoys terrific natural light and large proportions (in a neighborhood known for tighter spaces), and the addition of a great room with sky light and landscaped back deck give the home all of the benefits of the suburbs right in the center of Greenwich Village. Listing ID: 1091614, Rent: $20,000.
Contact William D. Moye (firstname.lastname@example.org / 917.705.3225) if you would like to schedule a showing or need additional information.
Featured Property: 199 Bowery, #2A
Huge Terrace in the Heart of Nolita – 199 Bowery, #2A
Modern and beautiful loft-like 2 bedroom, 2 bath corner apartment with wraparound terrace in Nolita. Situated in a 24-hour Doorman, elevator, pet-friendly boutique condominium building with on premises superintendent, gym and roof-deck. Steps from great restaurants, shops, Whole Foods, art galleries and public transportation, the fully renovated condominium boasts oversized windows, double exposures, city views, stainless steel appliances, pass-through windowed kitchen and a great floor plan which includes an on-suite bath. The most enviable of private outdoor spaces, provides a perfect extension of the home’s interior space and affords lavish entertaining for the lucky owner. Privacy is wonderfully protected by beautiful border planters complete with irrigation system surrounding this enormous 750 sq. ft. terrace for which the lucky buyer will have exclusive right to use. Listing ID: 1112988, Price: $1,795,000.
Contact Joseph Sheehan (email@example.com /917.715.8908) or Jamie Bravo (firstname.lastname@example.org / 305.484.4972) if you would like to schedule a showing or need additional information.
Is Yorkville The New Greenpoint?
“Yorkville the new Greenpoint?” Recently featured in the Observer, The Upper East Side is up against Brooklyn and came up as the clear winner when it comes to just about everything.
Upper East Side is quickly becoming the cool alternative to Brooklyn thanks to the outer borough’s skyrocketing rents. While Brooklyn has long held onto its hipster persona, The Upper East Side has been undergoing a makeover of its own the last few years with restaurants such as Boqueria, Mighty Quinns and Jones Wood’s Foundry and great drinking spots like Seamstress. The residential sector is finally keeping up with the drinking and dining scene as The Rose Modern, York Avenue’s first new rental building in decades has recently started leasing with Studios from $2,800, one bedrooms from $4,335, two bedrooms from $6,525 and three bedroom penthouses from $13,500. The building rented up over 40% of its inventory in the first month on the market!
Add this to the neighborhood’s long standing reputation for having some of the best schools in the city and its close proximity to the best parks, Yorkville can no longer be ignored.
A Classic, Reimagined – 941 Columbus Ave
A Neighborhood Class On The Upper West Side
941 Columbus Ave is a neighborhood classic. This corner property, built in 1920, the building was imaginatively renovated in 2015/16. Its Italianate design, brick facade and distinctive roof line make it a handsome standout on the block. The main entrance is off-the-avenue on 106th Street.
Elegantly tailored two and three bedroom residences preserve the historic character of the building and neighborhood with their open layouts, high ceilings, exposed brick walls framed by elegant molding and millwork. The old, perfectly meets new with a modern 21st Century lifestyle reflected in the recessed lighting, video intercom, stainless steel appliances, solid core white cabinetry brushed with aluminum hardware and stacked washer/dryer in each home.
To learn more, visit the website: www.941columbusave.com.