Where you can live for $2,000 a month
Address: 235 W. 102nd St., Apt. 5K
Square feet: 625
Price per square foot: $856
Located in midtown Manhattan, this full-service 1926 cooperative is the most costly on our list, coming out close to $750 more per square foot than the cheapest home. And the association fees are steep — $992.91 per month. But it's located in the 18-story Broadmoor building, just a few blocks west of Central Park — and it's a swank pad. This one-bedroom, one-bath home includes an entry foyer and a spacious living room with a dining area. The kitchen has standard appliances and solid-surface counter tops. It features hardwood floors and beamed ceilings. The bedroom faces south and has an en suite. This cooperative offers a 24-hour doorman, live-in supervisor and glass-enclosed solarium. Public transportation is close by, and you're also steps from Riverside Park.
Jill Sloane: Halstead Property; 212-381-2206