Real NYC apartments and what they cost


I’m probably torturing myself by looking at NYC real estate sites, but I miss the city so much, and it just helps to tide me over until I manage to move back. Not that I’d ever begin to afford to live in one of these homes!

This home is part of a major project at 211 Elizabeth Street. The penthouse closed for just under $7 million, a neighborhood record for price-per-square-foot.

Read all about this apartment here on curbed.

The above two photos are from a condo in the former Parish House of St. Georges Church.

  • Condo
  • 988 square feet
  • 1 beds / 1.5 baths
  • Maint./CC
  • Taxes

Asking: $1,365,000

Central Park South, Midtown

  • Coop
  • 1930 square feet
  • 3 beds / 3 baths
  • Maint./CC
  • Taxes

Asking: $2,495,000

Upper West Side
5-story, 6,000 sq. ft. townhouse, 18 ft wide x 99 ft deep currently configured as an (owner’s) triplex and three free market-rate apartments


The three images above are from a condo for sale in Williamsburg, a very popular neighborhood in Brooklyn. I lived there for two years but my apartment was a far cry from this beauty.


  • Condo
  • 1468 square feet
  • 2 beds / 2.5 baths
  • Maint./CC
  • Taxes

Asking $1,090,000

Do these numbers surprise you? Pretty much what you expected? Thought prices would be higher? Thought prices would be lower?

photos and info via Curbed


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.