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 May 31 is a sunny Lower East Side pre-war one bedroom with a pedigree rich in downtown cool.

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Lower East Side Co-op with Flex Layout & Ties to Warhol Asks $750K

Location: 118 Suffolk St., #3A on the Lower East Side

Saves: As of this writing, the most popular sale for May 31 has been saved by 132 users.

Price: $750,000. Assuming a 30-year mortgage and the minimum down payment of 20% ($150,000), StreetEasy estimates total monthly payments at $4,630. The total includes the mortgage payment ($3,261) and maintenance ($1,369).

Why it’s so popular: 

There’s a lot to love about this LES co-op. Formerly a two-bedroom, it’s now configured as a one-bedroom with dining area separated by a paned glass wall. (Floorplans show the apartment layout as both a one- and two-bedroom, depending on your needs and preference.) Located on the third floor of a building dating to 1910, you get treetop views and loads of sunlight through west-facing windows. Pre-war details include exposed brick and hardwood floors, and the apartment features a variety of versatile storage options including built-in cabinetry, recessed shelving, and two closets.

The apartment’s character is complemented by tech that makes your life easy: the thermostat and smoke detector are managed by Nest, and there is a video intercom system. The pristine white kitchen includes a Blomberg dishwasher and LG washer/dryer, as well as a breakfast bar, perfect for enjoying your morning coffee. The bathroom features a pedestal sink and and a classic white penny tile floor.

The apartment even has major downtown art scene cred: it’s the former townhouse of Andy Warhol’s muse, Baby Jane. (And is identified as such on the outside.)

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This 13-unit co-op is professionally managed, has a superintendent and porter. Subletting is allowed after two years, and quiet dogs are permitted following board approval. The neighborhood is lively and rich in culture, home to New York institutions including the Tenement Museum and Katz’s Delicatessen. Beyond the restaurants and bars in the area, more nightlife options are close by in Nolita, the East Village, Soho and just across the Williamsburg Bridge. Subway lines nearby include the F, J ,M, and Z at Essex and Delancey.

Want to see more of our most popular sale for May 31? Take a look at the listing at  118 Suffolk St., #3A on the Lower East Side.