It’s hard to find any complaints about this uncomplicated one-bedroom co-op at 57 Thompson Street asking $625,000. The coveted Downtown location east of 6th Avenue where Soho meets Tribeca is prime. While cozy, it’s not a studio; there are decent-sized rooms, generous closets and even an entry foyer. Pre-war charm is present and accounted for, and windows and paint keep it bright and cheerful.
6sqft previously featured a unit on the same floor, a tad bigger and a bit more renovated, but asking almost $100,000 more. Like its neighbor, this unit features that big arched window, high ceilings and hardwood floors throughout. If your budget’s bigger and you’re looking for a nice-sized dream pad, buy ’em both and combine.
Two big closets (including one walk-in) keep clutter at bay.
The building has an elevator, and it’s pet- and pied-a-terre-friendly unlike some co-ops. There are plenty of transportation options nearby, and it’s just far enough to the west of that tourist-clogged part of Thompson Street.
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Neighborhoods : Soho