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On midtown Manhattan’s west side, next door to the Theater District and near Hudson Yards, this compact, stylish, cozy co-op in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen at 349 West 44th Street would make a charming and convenient pied-a-terre. At a (relatively) compact asking price of $429,000, all the basics are present in a pristine renovation, with enough artfully created closet and storage space to keep things as elegant and tidy as they look in the listing.
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Tucked into the top two floors of 521 West 47th Street, a 1910 co-op loft building that was once a commercial bakery, “Penthouse C” is a package deal priced at $1.4 million consisting of units #3C and #4C and the roof space above them. The listing calls it an “Extremely rare and exciting ‘once in a lifetime’ chance to combine two authentic lofts plus the corresponding roof space to create your own 3-4 bedroom 3 bath penthouse,” though that may take some doing; in their current form, the two spaces offer two different flavors of loft-y bohemian charm.
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