20 photos show what $1 million can get you in real estate in New York City

Exterior of apartment building; living room and kitchen
A condo in this building costs over $US1 ($AU1) million. Alexander Severin

In East Harlem, Manhattan, there is a 23-story glass tower that houses condos.
The exterior of 1399 Park Avenue with its abstract, glass designed
The exterior of 1399 Park Avenue. Alexander Severin
The tower located at 1399 Park Avenue has 72 units and was inspired by Piet Mondrian’s abstract paintings.
There is a two-bedroom apartment for sale in the building for $US1 ($AU1),095,000. It measures just 962 square feet.
The living is filled with grey rugs and couch with a kitchen in the background at 1399 Park Ave
The living room and kitchen at 1399 Park Ave. Corcoran
The unit has natural woods and stone finishings throughout. 
The kitchen has a large island that looks out onto the rest of the living space.
The kitchen at 1399 Park ave with beige cabinets and white island
The kitchen at 1399 Park Ave. Corcoran
The kitchen also has bronze hardware and Bosch appliances.
The apartment has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, but one of the best features is the view.
The bedroom with a bed overlooking central park through the window
The bedroom at 1399 Park Ave. Corcoran
The apartment has floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook Central Park.
The amenities at 1399 Park Avenue include a fitness center and library.
The open lobby with wood paneling on the wall, wood welcome desk, and large light fixture
The lobby at 1399 Park Ave. Corcoran
There’s also a children’s playroom with a rock-climbing wall and ball pit.
Next, 1080 Lorimer is a luxury building located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
The exterior of 1080 Lorimer at dusk
The exterior of 1080 Lorimer. Renderings via Redundant Pixel courtesy of MNS
The neoclassical building used to house the Greenpoint Savings Bank, but recently it has been renovated into 29 condominiums that range from one to three bedrooms.
An 800-square-foot one-bedroom apartment is on sale for $US1 ($AU1),075,000.
The living room with a marble island in the kitchen at 1080 Lorimer
The living room and kitchen at 1080 Lorimer. Renderings via Redundant Pixel, Courtesy of MNS
The apartment has tall ceilings, large windows, and overlooks a tree-lined street.
The kitchen has an island, matte finishes, and milkwood cabinetry.
The kitchen and island with beige cabinets at 1080 Lorimer
The kitchen at 1080 Lorimer. Renderings via Redundant Pixel, Courtesy of MNS
The kitchen island is also marble.
The bedroom has a large closet, and there’s another one in the hallway.
The bedroom with bed, wallpaper, and closet at 1080 Lorimer
The bedroom at 1080 Lorimer. Renderings via Redundant Pixel, Courtesy of MNS
There’s one bathroom in the apartment, which also has matte finishings. 
The building comes with a few amenities, like a lounge and fitness center.
The communal lounge with large table, couch, and backyard at 1080 Lorimer
The communal lounge at 1080 Lorimer. Renderings via Redundant Pixel, Courtesy of MNS
The building also has a communal courtyard, storage room, and mail room.
In the Lower East Side of Manhattan, there is a condo building located at 208 Delancey.
The exterior of 208 delancey with cars passing by
The exterior of 208 Delancey. Katherine Marks
This building is 12 stories and has 85 units. The architecture features curved balconies and rounded windows. 
At 208 Delancey, there is a one-bedroom, 554-square-foot apartment on sale for $US920,000 ($AU1,248,688).
The living room decorated with a couch, two chairs, and a kitchen table
The apartment for sale at 208 Delancey. Katherine Marks
The apartment has oak floors and 9-foot (2.74m) ceilings.
The kitchen has a large island and white countertops.
The kitchen with brown cabinets and white countertops at 208 delancey
The kitchen at 208 Delancey. Katherine Marks
The apartment also has a dishwasher and a washer/dryer.
The bedroom has space for a large bed and a table or dresser.
A bed and table in a bedroom at 208 delancey
The bedroom at 208 Delancey. Katherine Marks
The building also offers studio to three-bedroom apartments.
The $US920,000 ($AU1,248,688) apartment has one bathroom.
The bathroom with tiles on wall and floor, a toilet, and a brown sink
The bathroom at 208 Delancey. Katherine Marks
The building also offers a communal rooftop, a parlor, and a courtyard.
BLVD is a condo building in Forest Hills, Queens.
The exterior of BLVD with greenery in the foreground
The exterior of BLVD. MNS
BLVD is a 10-story building with views of a park and the city. 
There’s a one-bedroom, 800-square-foot condo available for $US925,000 ($AU1,255,475) at BLVD.
A dining table and kitchen with an island at BLVD
The living area at the BLVD. MNS
It has an open floor plan and oak flooring.
The kitchen is outfitted with stainless steel appliances.
The kitchen at BLVD with an island and view of the city out the window
The kitchen at BLVD. MNS
The kitchen has a refrigerator, dishwasher, and marble countertops.
The bedroom has large windows that overlook the neighborhood.
The bedroom at BLVD with a view out the window
The bedroom at BLVD. MNS
There are two large closets and a washer/dryer.
The building also has some amenities, including a roof deck and a lounge with a communal kitchen.
The lounge at BLVD with a large couch and kitchen and shelving
The lounge at BLVD. MNS
The building also offers onsite parking and a children’s playroom.