The right design can make a studio apartment feel larger, as this one on the market for $389,000 proves. It is located in the Upper West Side‘s Broadmoor co-op, 235 West 102nd Street. It’s been on and off the market for a few years now, asking as low as $309,000. The cozy space is aided by big windows and plenty of greenery. Prewar details like beamed ceilings and bordered hardwood floors don’t hurt, either.
This is the full apartment, which can accomidate a living room area and bed. Those windows come with open southern city views out to Midtown, and include views of the Empire State Building. Greenery hanging from the ceiling takes advantage of the light streaming in.
A separate kitchen is located directly off the entrance foyer. It’s got all its full sized appliances, the listing says.
The bathroom still boasts some of the building’s original hardware, including the subway tiles and a pedestal sink.
The apartment may be small, but this co-op offers an impressive roof deck, with a unique solarium, to its residents. Other amenities include a full time concierge and doorman, live-in superintendent, central laundry room, bike storage and a newly redone lobby.
CityRealty has called the Broadmoor “one of the more impressive apartment buildings on Broadway between 96th Street and Columbia University.” It was built in 1928 and converted to 245 apartments in 1978. Its graceful brick facade offers quite the presence on the corner of 102nd Street.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Upper West Side