Photo credit: VHT courtesy of Compass
Though St. Mark’s Place in the East Village may not be the colorful alt-culture adventure it once was, it’s still central to a neighborhood that never stops moving. This compact co-op studio at 87 St. Mark’s Place is in the center of it all, yet it’s buttoned up, fitted out, and ready for the next adventurer to enjoy. Attributes like a working fireplace and a built-in Murphy bed make the space feel like home.
The just-renovated second-floor walk-up has fresh pale paint, gleaming hardwood floors, the aforementioned fireplace, and a separate windowed kitchen. There are two custom closets to keep things tidy and more built-ins.
The compact kitchen is sleek and contemporary, with warm wood-fronted cabinetry and a suite of new steel appliances–including a built-in cooktop–that get the job done and look good doing it. The stone-tiled bath has a sophisticated walk-in shower and new fixtures.
The building is pet-friendly and allows pied-a-terres, co-purchasing, gifting, and guarantors. There are common laundry facilities in the basement as well as storage and a bike room.
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Photo credit: VHT courtesy of Compass.
Neighborhoods : East Village