This Soho studio was renovated five years ago, bringing a stark modern aesthetic to a unit already boasting high ceilings, hardwood floors, exposed brick, and a decorative fireplace. Though the studio isn’t huge, white walls and cabinetry, plus a line of windows that face Sullivan Street, keep things nice and bright. The pad, located at 145 Sullivan Street, sold in 2012 for $346,000 before being listed at an ask of $549,000.
The apartment is laid out with a modest entryway, combined living/dining/kitchen area, and a bedroom space that’s currently separated by curtains. While it’s modest in size, there’s still enough space to create comfortable living nooks.
Right across from the dining area, the renovated kitchen features built-in recessed lighting, modern white cabinetry and storage, a microwave, dishwasher, and tile backsplash all along the wall.
Some other nice additions to the space include an updated bathroom, storage closet, and walk-in closet. Shelving lining walls offers extra storage.
You can’t beat the building location, on Sullivan Street between West Houston and Prince Street. As for amenities at the 20-unit co-op, there’s a common garden and bike storage.
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Photos courtesy of Citi Habitats
Neighborhoods : Soho