Manhattan for Under $300,000

We’re all looking for bargains.  Can’t help ourselves.  So here we present our three favorite apartments currently available in Manhattan for under $300,000.  Yes, you read that right.  Linecity can find you a home (well maybe in some cases just a pied-a-terre) right here in the Big Apple for less than you ever thought possible. Let’s see what you get. The Gramercy House at 235 East 22nd Street, Apt 1-D Gramercy House ...

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A Former Clock Factory Stands the Test of Time – 420 12th Street, J-4L

We’re a fool for residential conversions.  Older buildings, many of which would never be duplicated today, bring with them the vestiges of the past.  Ansonia Court in Park Slope is one such building, offering turn-of-the century elements with today's modernity. Penthouse J-4L at 420 12th Street is an apartment that delivers at every level. The historic details hook you in immediately, imbuing warmth and comfort.  Stunning arched windows, walls of original ...

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This Week’s Price Chop – 54 Pine Street, 3

This latest edition of Price Chop showcases a full-floor loft in the heart of the Financial District.   Apartment 3 at 54 Pine Street is a fully renovated two bedroom, two bath condo with turn-of-the-century architectural details.  The current ask of $1.75 million represents an 14% drop from the original price of $1.995 million.  At 1,658 square feet, the price per square foot is $1,055.  The property has been on the market ...

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193 Eldridge Street, Penthouse 6

Have you ever thought about unplugging and sleeping under the stars for a night? We know just the place.  It’s surrounded by mature pine trees, beach grass, lavender, and bayberry bushes. No, it’s not the Hamptons. You’re on a rooftop in the Lower East Side.  Well, it’s not just any rooftop, It’s Penthouse 6 at 193 Eldridge Street and it’s the latest edition of “Outdoor Spaces We Love.”  193 Eldridge is a ...

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MANHATTAN | MAY 2021

According to New York City records the median price in May for an apartment in Manhattan was a shade over $1.115 million. That’s 13.9% percent higher than last year's median price of $960,000. At the same time, the number of apartments sold dramatically increased from 571 to 1,128, a year-over-year increase of 97.5%. Yes, these numbers are skewed due to the pandemic.  So what does $1.115 million get you in Manhattan?  ...

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