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This 530-square-foot studio condo in Long Island City is part of a newer building built in 2015. The ceilings are 11 feet high which adds some space and also allows the windows to be bigger, bringing in lots of light throughout. The kitchen has new granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher.

Plenty of transportation options are nearby — the E/M, N/Q/R, 7, and G trains are all within walking distance. There are parks and dining options in the area, and the East River is a couple blocks away. The sale is listed as $560,000 with an estimated monthly mortgage of $2,106.66. Click through for more photos.

42-37 27th Street, #5 [Wonwoo John Change, Realtor] GMAP

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$1,149,000 for an 879-square-foot one-bedroom in South Williamsburg sounds like a tall order but this condo in the Smith Gray building has very high ceilings and lots of original lofty details that put it in a different class than your average cookie-cutter condo. Plus, for as long as the J-51 tax abatement is in effect, the monthly expenses are just $525. Still, $1,300-plus a square foot on Broadway? Time will tell.

138 Broadway, #2D [Aptsandlofts.com] GMAP

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Three bedrooms and a parking space for $695,000? Yes, please! That’s the deal at this top-floor condo at 614 East 7th Street in Kensington. The apartment looks to be about 1,000 square feet and also comes with a small private terrace.

The building complex and the apartment aren’t going to win any design awards but they look to be in fine shape. Clearly the size and amenities are what carry the day here. Seem like a good deal to you?

614 East 7th Street, #3D [Corcoran] GMAP

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Someone spent a lot of dough on the recent updating of this two-bedroom apartment at 412 8th Avenue in Park Slope. The finishes are modern and high end but appear to work nicely within the prewar envelope. Our favorite part of the listing verbiage is the description of the “sociable Tea-for-Two tub.” Asking price for the 892-square-foot pad is $929,000.

412 8th Avenue, #B1 [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP

This new top-floor listing in a brownstone at 85 Joralemon Street in Brooklyn Heights is a little disappointing. Given the location and building type, we were hoping for something with a more old-school vibe.

Instead, what you’ve got is a perfectly-fine-but-not-particularly-charming two-bedroom pad with baseboard heating and no crown moldings. The exclusive roof rights are a nice bonus though and certainly take the edge off the asking price of $875,000. And you can’t argue with the location.

85 Joralemon Street, #3 [Elliman] GMAP

There’s lots to love about this 1,430-square-foot condo at One Brooklyn Bridge Park. The eighth-floor pad has two large bedrooms, a big kitchen and living area and harbor views. The asking price of $2,110,000 feels steep (that’s almost $1,500 a square foot) but the private rooftop cabana does take some of the sting out of that number. It’s amazing what prices in the building have done over the past couple of years!

360 Furman Street, #833 [Corcoran] GMAP