Every week, we share the most popular sale listing of the week in NYC, as selected by you, our StreetEasy users. The most popular sale for December 5 is a loft-like, light-filled Greenwich Village one-bedroom co-op with flexible purchasing options.

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Sunny & Loft-like 1BR Greenwich Village Co-op Asks $1.35M

Location: 250 Mercer St., #B1103, Greenwich Village

Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for December 5 has been saved by 90 users.

Price: $1,350,000. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 20% ($270,000), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $9,281. The total includes the mortgage payment ($6,573), and maintenance ($2,708).

Why It’s So Popular:

This sunny Greenwich Village one-bedroom co-op offers loft-like, stylish living in this popular and central Manhattan neighborhood.

The combination of an 11th-floor perch, large windows, and 11-foot ceilings means this apartment is filled with natural light all day long. The living room features vibrant, floor-to-ceiling custom built-in shelving, complete with a rolling ladder. Those who like to entertain will love the spacious dining area with room for a sizable table and lots of seating.

The modern, renovated kitchen includes sleek white cabinetry, a white tile backsplash, and updated stainless steel appliances including a washer/dryer.

The spacious bedroom has two large windows and a walk-in closet, and the bathroom is outfitted with a roomy shower clad in soothing blue subway tiles.

Additional features making this a prime apartment include lovely views of the neighborhood, central air, and plenty of storage such as closets in the entryway and the living room. (There is even the possibility of adding a fifth window.)

Residents also enjoy a furnished roof deck and an interior courtyard/garden.

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Originally built as a cast iron factory in 1890, the 275-unit doorman building became a co-op in 1986. Amenities include basement bike storage and a live-in super. The building has new elevators, the lobby was recently renovated, and the co-op is pet-friendly. Co-purchasing, subletting, guarantors, and parents buying for children are all permitted.

Greenwich Village is home to the iconic Washington Square Park, New York University, excellent shopping, dining and nightlife options, and is bordered by other popular neighborhoods such as Soho, the West Village, and Nolita. Transportation is a breeze, with no less than 10 subway lines nearby.

Want to see more of our most popular sale for December 5? Take a look at the listing for 250 Mercer St., #B1103, Greenwich Village.