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 January 16 is a renovated East Village lofted studio with unobstructed views.
East Village Lofted Studio With Sweeping Views Asks $1.275 Million
Location: 111 Fourth Avenue #8F, East Village
Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for January 17 has been saved by 138 users.
Price: $1.275 million. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and a minimum down payment of 20% ($255,000), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $7,967. The total includes the mortgage payment ($6,420) and maintenance ($1,547).
Why It’s So Popular
Prime location, spacious and modern design, and an abundance of amenities make this unit the perfect combination of style and functionality.
This East Village lofted studio is a jewel with its stunning architectural design and amazing southern views. It has been converted from a one-bedroom apartment into a large, open home with a mezzanine bedroom, making it ideal for entertaining and living comfortably.
You’ll be struck by the loft’s soaring 13’5″ ceilings as soon as you walk in, contributing to the room’s sense of grandeur. Ample natural light pours in through three original 10-foot-tall casement windows adding to the spaciousness. The open floor plan means room for a large living room, dining room, and kitchen on the first floor. Other notable features of the apartment are the hardwood floors, central air conditioning and heating, lots of closet space, a spa-like bathroom, and a walk-in closet on the mezzanine level. Plus, the loft features a separate office area.
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Recent renovations include the sleek kitchen and bathroom, giving it a contemporary feel and functional use. The building also has two landscaped roof gardens with spectacular open city views, a full-time super, elevator, laundry rooms on each floor, a 24-hour doorman, and more. Storage space and a bike room are also accessible in the building.
The building has fantastic views of Grace Church and beautiful sunsets and is situated in the city’s center, only steps from Union Square and Astor Place. Its proximity to Union Square makes it easy to reach Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, farmers’ markets, and public transportation. Washington Square Park and Gramercy Park aren’t far either. Although it is easy to feel the city’s busy vitality, the structure provides a tranquil haven.
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