Previously, we showed you five apartments for $500,000 or less. This week, here are five more homes that are nearly twice the price. But at closer to $1 million, they are still not a lot in the competitive New York City real estate market.

57 Thompson St., 3A
$625,000

This Soho one-bedroom offers pre-war details such as large arched windows. There are also two closets, including a walk-in.

420 East 51st St., 14F
$665,000

A convertible three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, this co-op unit is “move-in ready.” There are two walls of windows for plenty of height, and corner windows in the galley kitchen. At 1,400 square feet, the living and dining room is not only large enough to entertain, but both bedrooms have five deep closets including one walk-in.

593 17th St., 2L
$799,000

This small, but attractive area of Brooklyn is accessible to the subway and Prospect Park. The two-bedroom Windsor Terrace apartment also features two balconies. New finishes include refinished floors, extra closet space in the living room, a jetted tub in the bathroom, and a new kitchen with quartz counter tops and stainless steel appliances.

73-12 35th Ave., C51
$935,000

Located in Jackson Heights, Queens, near a main subway hub, Washington Plaza is an art deco building dating back to 1940. Today, the co-op has been renovated, offering apartments that average 900 square feet for just one bedroom. Amenities include an attended gatehouse, landscaped courtyard with fountains and fitness center. One unit currently for sale is a three bedroom, two bathroom apartment at 1,518 square feet.

125 North 10th St, SGARDENF
$960,000

This Williamsburg garden apartment has a private 275-square-foot terrace, along with 795 square feet of interior space. Top finishes include Brazilian walnut hardwood floors throughout, stainless steel Bosch appliances in the kitchen, and Italian porcelain tiles in the bathroom. Full-height sliding glass doors lead to the terrace, while the large master bedroom has two double-wide closets.