STREETEASY: 5-Most Popular Open Houses in NYC

On the hunt to buy in NYC? Take a look at the five most popular open houses on StreetEasy this week. If you’re short on time this weekend, we highly recommend visiting these five places, but if you’ve got more time be sure check out StreetEasy for more open houses in NYC this weekend.

160 9th Avenue, #4R

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $550,000
HIGHLIGHTS: The average median asking price for a one-bedroom in Chelsea is nearly $1.2M, so this place is a steal (in relative terms!) On top of good value, the apartment also features exposed brick, a decorative fireplace and a bedroom that can fit a queen-sized bed.


100 West 57th Street, #4A

SPACE: Studio
PRICE: $365,000
HIGHLIGHTS: It might be studio, but the building amenities will have you living large with a doorman, concierge, valet, private garden and laundry in building.


301 East 63rd Street, #16F

SPACE: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $525,000
HIGHLIGHTS: A Manhattan two-bedroom for under $600K! Need we say more? If you’re not sold on the price alone, the apartment offers some solid perks including a recent renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors. The building also features a roof deck and laundry room.


169 West 73rd Street, #9

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $599,000
HIGHLIGHTS: This triplex features high ceilings and large windows, as well as your own private patio. The median asking price for a one-bedroom in the neighborhood is $825,000. So boom! You’re getting a deal.


354 West 12th Street, #5CD

SPACE: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
PRICE: $895,000
HIGHLIGHTS: In a neighborhood where the median asking price for a one-bedroom is $1.1M, this apartment translates to a “good deal”. Situated on the top floor of a 19th Century townhouse, this co-op was originally two studios and was later converted into a one-bedroom. The newly renovated unit now includes two decorative fireplaces, custom built-ins and a shared garden.