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Fort Greene »

These units offer good looks, good value and a little something extra.

Cobble Hill »

Move into a former church, a condo with four private outdoor spaces or a house barge.

Bed-Stuy »

Multi-family townhouses: space, yards, rental units and independence from co-op or condo boards.

East Village »

Newly listed and renovated units — including a two-bedroom with dining room — priced near $500,000.

Upper West Side »

Units with special features that will wow you.

Greenpoint »

Here are three income-restricted apartments for less than $500,000.

Williamsburg »

Brooklyn apartments with East River bridge and skyline views.

Rockaway Beach »

These new-to-market listings are less than $1 million.

Sunset Park »

Mitigate the risk of losing a view or light by living across from a park.

East Village »

Top picks for studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units in Manhattan.

Central Harlem »

One-bedrooms with private roof decks starting at $395,000.

Lower East Side »

Apartments with a real live/work divide for sale.

Boerum Hill »

Each borough has its own key buzzwords that most match would-be buyers desires.

Central Harlem »

One-bedroom starter apartments priced from $350,000 to $450,000 in popular neighborhoods.

East Harlem »

Looking for a deal? Based on price per square foot, these listings might be your answer.