What $850,000 buys in NYC right now

April 27, 2018
Published in Curbed
When Curbed compared homes priced at $850,000 from around Manhattan, they found a one-bedroom jewel nestled in Hunters Point. This 718-square-foot apartment in the stylish LHaus building features hardwood oak flooring, high ceilings, and oversized windows with city views that bathe the space in natural light. In the kitchen, built-in appliances make room for custom lacquered cabinetry and ample counter space. Buyers interested in this residence or any LIC luxury apartment should contact Modern Spaces, the professional real estate group with experts who specialize in the booming Queens neighborhood and many other areas around the city, including Astoria and Chelsea.
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