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It’s not rare for an Upper East Side studio to be priced in the low six-digits, but an ask of $320,000 definitely made us do a doubletake. Located at 331 East 92nd Street, the petite pad is modern, cheerful, and perfectly laid out so you don’t feel closed off in one room. Plus, the Yorkville neighborhood is one of the best for convenience and a young-but-not-too-young scene.
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On the Upper West Side, on the corner of Broadway, this sunny alcove studio at 140 West 69th Street has both location and layout going for it. Listed for a palatable $550,000 the corner co-op has an entry foyer, sizable kitchen, separate sleeping area, and large windows. Plus, it’s a stone’s throw from Lincoln Center, Central and Riverside Parks, several major subway lines, and some of the neighborhood’s best restaurants and shops.
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The current owner of this Sutton Place studio really wanted to harken back to the building’s 1950s origins. Located at the 40 Sutton Place condominium, the 461-square-foot abode is full of mid-century furnishings, pop-art decor, and a very convenient Murphy bed. Add three closets, a high-end open kitchen, and a lovely foyer, and the $450,000 price tag feels just right.
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Though this Gramercy Park apartment is a studio, the bedroom is in a separate nook and there are 11-foot ceilings, making for a seemingly much larger space. Located at the Foundry at 310 East 23rd Street, a converted factory building that’s now a 136-unit condop, it’s asking $449,000 and has been completely renovated into a sleek, contemporary home.
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If you’re cool with a studio, here’s your chance to live just off Central Park in a classic Upper West Side co-op… for only $489,000. This lovely residence is located at The Bancroft, also just steps from the West 72nd Street subway station. It’s got two large, arched windows that bring in plenty of light, along with classic pre-war details.
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This Beekman apartment may be small, but it’s nothing if not charming. Located at the prestigious Southgate co-op at 434 East 52nd Street, the studio has plenty of pre-war details like beamed ceilings, oak floors, classic moldings, and an exposed brick wood-burning fireplace. It also has a foyer, two generous closets, a separate full kitchen, and a dressing nook outside the bathroom. And it’s asking just $349,000.
Sharing space with roommates in a small New York City apartment has never been easy. But doing so during a pandemic while many are still working from home? Almost impossible. As winter approaches and takes safe outdoor activities with it, now may be a good time to look for your own apartment. And with average rents still down compared to the same period last year, you’re more likely to scoop up a decent deal. For those ready to ditch the roommates, we’ve found five studio apartments perfect for one, from a sunny Sutton Place rental for $1,538/month to a $2,479/month junior one-bedroom with amenities in Gramercy Park.
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This West Village studio may be petite, but it’s got loads of Victorian-style charm and optimized storage space to make up for its small footprint. Asking $525,000, the co-op at 77 Perry Street has exposed brick walls, original tin ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling cherry wood built-ins that ensure every modern convenience is met.
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You might be surprised to learn that there’s a hidden “English village” tucked away on the Upper West Side, and you may be even more shocked that you can live there for under $400,000. Built in 1921, Pomander Walk is a collection of quaint Tudor-style homes tucked behind a private cast-iron gate off West 94th and 95th Streets. This 326-square-foot alcove studio at the address 266 West 95th Street retains lots of the home’s historic charm but has gotten a stylish, contemporary makeover.
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Though technically an alcove studio, this co-op at 77 Bleecker Street in Noho feels a lot larger thanks to an unusual layout, high ceilings, a separate dining area, and a skylight. Plus, it’s got a ton of storage space to help keep things tidy. The lovely home is on the market for $650,000 and is being offered fully furnished.
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