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Can You Find a Deal in Astoria? (From

Over the past 10 years, LIC, Hunters Point and Astoria have gone from industrial zones best known for their commercial warehouses and immigrant enclaves visited by avid seekers of spanakopita to prime destinations for New York City renters and buyers.
You could find a surefire deal in these places once, but not so much anymore. Prices in LIC and Hunters Point are nearly on par with those in Manhattan and Brooklyn. There is, however, some hope still left in Astoria where the median asking price is $559K.
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Sales in Astoria
$295K One-Bedroom
Astoria is known for its bucolic complexes of small apartment buildings and gardens. This one-bedroom is in one of these complexes and offers lots of closet space, a renovated kitchen and a washer-dryer.
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$475K Three-Bedroom
Proximity to transportation is everything in Astoria. This three-bedroom is three blocks from the Ditmars N/Q stop in one of Astoria’s most residential and family-oriented pockets. Plus it’s got a new kitchen and bath.
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$849K Three-Bedroom Townhouse
The townhouse market in other parts of the city is very tiny and very pricey, but single-family homes dominate the housing stock in Astoria. This one just got a gut renovation and has its own garage.
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Rentals in Astoria
$3,500/Month Three-Bedroom
Looking for a place with roommates and hoping to keep your rent around $1000 each? This three-bedroom would be great for sharing, offering two bathrooms, a large kitchen and plenty of storage space.
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$3,375/Month No-Fee Two-Bedroom
While artists may have been priced out of Astoria, the cultural scene is still strong. Check out this two-bedroom that offers skyline views and proximity to the Noguchi Museum and Socrates Sculpture Park.
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$1,800/Month One-Bedroom
This renovated one-bedroom is brand new to the market and ready for a June 1st move-in, just in time for recent grads who have landed a job in the city and are looking to sign on their first NYC apartment.
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