What Can I Get For A Million In…New York, New York?

 

1325 5th Avenue Apt 2H, New York, New York is currently listed by Makeba G. Lloyd with MNS for $1,000,000.

“Start spreading the news. I’m leaving today. I want to be a part of it, New York, New York” – Sinatra’s iconic New York, New York lyrics still ring true for many buyers looking to make a name for themselves in the Big Apple today. As one of the nation’s leading luxury real estate markets, we thought it was about time we researched just how far a million dollars would go in New York City. What we find will blow you away.

Hot In Harlem: Meticulously Updated Condo Sparkles With Modern Appointments

Ready to make a brand new start of it? Perhaps a two-bedroom, two-bathroom 5th Avenue condo in Harlem will do the trick. Featuring clean lines and head-turning modern upgrades, this beauty won’t last long!

It’s priced at one million dollars and offers a marble kitchen with stainless steel appliances, bright and airy interiors, and stunning beds and baths that make efficient use of the 919-square-foot floor plan.

And bonus, it appears the building is in the process of adding a rooftop commons area with green space, sitting area, and outdoor grills, met by sweeping city views. Learn more and see for yourself this weekend at the Open House, Sunday, Sept. 23 from noon to 2 p.m.

1325 5thAve., Apt 2H, New York, New York is currently listed by Makeba G. Lloyd with MNS for $1,000,000.

Mad For Manhattan: Luxury Landmark Blocks From Hudson Rail Yards And High Line Park

As they say, if you can make here, you can make it anywhere, and we’re thinking a condo unit in the Atelier Building at 635 West 42ndSt. is a great place to start.

With offerings as low as one million dollars – like this gorgeous one-bedroom, one-bathroom stunner (contract pending) – you can live luxuriously, albeit with a small footprint, in a well-appointed unit, high above the city.

Aside from free daily breakfast and across-town shuttle, the property boasts high-profile celebrity clientele who value the property for its breathtaking, unobstructed, double exposure city and river views. Units feature stainless steel Bosch appliances with a Sub Zero fridge, white oak flooring, granite kitchen countertops, marble bathrooms, washer/dryer in unit, and walk-in closets with white oak and glass pantries.

The building amenities are unmatched and include concierge/valet, tennis court, golf driving range, lap swimming pool, sauna, multi-media lounge and billiards room, state-of-the-art fitness center and so much more. The sales office is open seven days a week which means you can make an appointment now and stay on top of their newest availability.

635 W. 42ndSt., Apt 17C, New York, New York is currently listed by Dan Neiditch with River 2 Realty for $1,000,000.

Sold On Sutton Place: Mint Condition Pre-War Condo With Private Garden, Steps From Shops And Restaurants
 

For those with more traditional tastes, this prewar, mint condition beauty does not disappoint! Offering a prime Sutton Place address and boasting a private courtyard garden that is “pin-drop quiet,” we can’t help but wonder who the lucky owner of this two-bedroom, three-bathroom unit will be.

From rich historic details like two wood burning fireplaces, to “super-low monthlies,” this gracious home affords an inviting nest of timeless tradition. An easy commute into Midtown, plus an array of charming shops and restaurants right outside your front door add to the appeal.

434 E. 58th St., Apt 1C, New York, New York is currently listed by Josh Rubin with Douglas Elliman Real Estate for $1,000,000.

Which million dollar listing is your favorite? We would love to hear in the comments.