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Photo via Brownstoner
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The billiards lounge at The Dutch condominium in Long Island City.

If you’re tired of paying big bucks to live in a place you don’t own, you can find plenty of opportunities to make a great deal for your own apartment in Queens!

This weekend is the perfect opportunity to start home hunting. Across the borough, you’ll find great condominiums and co-op apartments on the market, from pre-war to modern construction, ideal for single adults to growing families.

Check out some of the latest additions to the condo/co-op market in Queens, courtesy of our partners at Brownstoner.

1.) 25-19 43rd Ave., Apt. PH7
Long Island City
$640,000
Offered by Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Hunters Point LIC

If you’re a young, single professional looking for a pad just a stone’s throw from midtown Manhattan, this is the place for you. The condo is located in The Dutch, one of many new developments in the Hunters Point area of LIC. The unit itself is 498 square feet, but there are plenty of amazing features and amenities, including 10.5-foot high ceilings, hardwood floors, a luxurious open kitchen, a washer-and-dryer and access to an on-site parking garage, fitness center, billiards lounge and bicycle storage. Did we mention the landscaped rooftop terrace offering an incredible view of the Manhattan skyline?

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2.) 87-10 149th Ave., Apt. 3F
Howard Beach
$209,000
Offered by Coldwell Banker Reliable Real Estate

Howard Beach

You’d be hard-pressed to find a one-bedroom co-op in Queens with as much space as this unit offered in the Lindenwood section of Howard Beach. At 822 square feet, this unit is perfect for single adults of every age to a young couple starting a new life together. The apartment offers plenty of closet space and a renovated bathroom. The building itself is equipped with a storage area, a laundry room and a parking lot. Moreover, the co-op is conveniently located, close to a shopping center and an express bus stop to Manhattan. It’s also a short drive away from both Resorts World Casino, JFK Airport and Rockaway Beach.

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3.) 84-25 118th St., Apt. 6D
Kew Gardens
$175,000
Offered by Citi Habitats

kew gardens

Another ideal home for singles or a young couple, this co-op apartment is located on the top floor (don’t worry, there’s an elevator), so there’s plenty of great views of the surrounding area. There’s also ample closet space throughout the apartment, including in the kitchen and bathroom. It’s move-in ready, and not likely to be on the market very long!

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4.) 30-85 Vernon Blvd., Apt. 4H
Astoria
$725,000
Offered by Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Astoria

This condo apartment, located in the newly constructed Hallet’s Cove development, has everything a young family could ever want in a city home. There’s two bedrooms, so the little one gets his/her own room to play and sleep, and it’s close to an array of recreational venues including Rainey Park, Astoria Park, Socrates Sculpture Park and the Noguchi Museum. Mom and Dad will also love the in-unit washer and dryer, bedroom closets, easy access to local public transportation (including the East River Ferry) and a gym. There’s also access to a rooftop terrace offering an amazing view of the Manhattan skyline, which is also a spectacular place to watch the July 4 fireworks display.

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5.) 64-34 102nd St., Apt. 3G
Forest Hills
$599,000
Offered by E Hudson Properties

Forest Hills 3b

If you happen to have a big family but can’t afford the price of a separate home, then you might want to check out this incredible co-op apartment in Forest Hills. This 3-bedroom duplex apartment has three spacious bedrooms on the upper floor, with plenty of closet space. You’ll also find a renovated eat-in kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances, a huge sun-drenched living room and two marble bathrooms. There’s also access to the laundry room, bike room and parking. Best of all, because this is a sponsor unit, you won’t need board approval in order to close the deal!

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