While $450,000 won't get you that much apartment in Manhattan or Brooklyn, stretch your imagination to the other boroughs and you may just find a three-bedroom.
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KIPS BAY, MANHATTAN: 1-bath alcove studio co-op at 160 East 27th Street (between Lexington and Third). $446,000+$950/mo maintenance
SUTTON PLACE, MANHATTAN: 1-bed condo at 40 Sutton Place (at 59th Street). $449,000+$839/mo common charges, $553/mo taxes
YORKVILLE, MANHATTAN: 1-bed co-op at 425 East 79th Street (between First and York). $445,000+$619/mo maintenance
KENSINGTON, BROOKLYN: 1.5-bed co-op at 370 Ocean Parkway (between Beverley and Avenue C). $450,000+$597/mo common charges
PROSPECT-LEFFERTS GARDENS: 1-bed co-op at 125 Ocean Avenue (at Lincoln Road). $450,000+$550/mo common charges
FOREST HILLS, QUEENS: 3-bed, 2-bath co-op at 117-14 Union Turnpike (between Park and Grenfell). $449,000+$1,075/mo maintenance
SUNNYSIDE, QUEENS: 2-bed, 1-bath co-op at 47-25 40th Street (between 47th and 48th). $459,000+$859/mo maintenance
RIVERDALE, THE BRONX: 3-bed, 2-bath co-op at 4525 Henry Hudson Parkway (between 239th and 246th). $449,000+$1,280/mo maintenance
ST. GEORGE, STATEN ISLAND: 1-bed, 1.5-bath condo at 90 Bay Street Landing (between Stuyvesant and Slosson). $440,000+$796/mo common charges, $570/mo taxes