For under a million dollars, one can find all sorts of housing configurations: park-and-subway-adjacent studios, one-bedrooms hidden in carriage houses or former shoe factories, and even the occasional true two-bedroom. With price drops rampant across Manhattan, and vacancies high citywide, we’re combing the market for particularly spacious, nicely renovated, or otherwise worth-a-look apartments at various six-digit price points. This week: a Park Slope duplex with a private garden, a Lincoln Square one-bedroom with a revamped kitchen, and more.
Renovated Chelsea Co-op With a Sliver of Outdoor Space for $595K
85 Eighth Avenue Apt. 4R — Though priced on the low end of one-bedrooms in Chelsea, this apartment comes extremely renovated (more so than any other apartment for sale in the building right now) and even has a small private balcony. The kitchen has marble countertops and Bosch appliances (the refrigerator, admittedly, is a bit awkwardly placed by the