If a convenient central-Manhattan location floats your boat, this adorable studio is walkable to Midtown and just a few blocks from the 6 train. It’s located in a charming townhouse and bursting with prewar detail like exposed brick, a decorative arch, and tin ceilings. Listed by Nick Sliva and Katie Kahanovitz at Compass.
Call Halstead’s Senad Ahmetovic quick to jump on this unique East Village 1-bedroom. French doors and interesting exposed-brick detail make this space a standout, plus there’s great closet space, nice hardwoods, and a dishwasher to boot. The location between First and Second avenues can’t be beat.
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This rent-stabilized 1-bedroom from Marvin Michel at Zealestate Group is an incredible deal on a tree-lined street in Fort Greene. The living room is bright and spacious, the bedroom has double closets, the kitchen and bathroom are nicely updated, and there’s even a dishwasher. Only a few blocks from Fort Greene Park!
Here’s an unusual find: A true loft in Bed-Stuy, near Clinton Hill and Pratt Institute. The huge space can be divided into a 1- or 2-bedroom as desired, say listing agents Izzy Barber and David Freund of Rennit. The kitchen and bath have been updated, and the building — a restored factory — has laundry and a roof deck.
Have it all in Fort Greene, but you better hurry: At 900 square feet, this is one of StreetEasy’s most popular NYC apartments for a March move-in. It offers a huge bedroom and an open kitchen with breakfast bar and dishwasher. There’s a washer/dryer in the unit, too! Catherine You at Triplemint is the listing agent.
This Park Slope studio is also among the most popular NYC apartments for March move-in. And no surprise why! It offers a large set of bay windows, an updated kitchen with a breakfast bar and laundry in the building. The best part? It’s asking $200 below the neighborhood median rent for a studio. Rodion Shaps of Bold represents the listing.
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What a find! This huge 1-bedroom – it’s 890 square feet — is in the heart of the Jackson Heights Historic District and boasts details like inlaid hardwood floors and decoratively arched doorways. The eat-in kitchen has two windows and tons of cabinet space. Listed by Eleni Moustakis at Axxess Realty.
Here’s a great share opportunity in LIC: Two bedrooms and a huge kitchen in a full-service building — elevator, doorman, laundry, bike storage, gym, everything. And it’s super-close to the E, M, R, N, W, and 7 trains, for easy commuting. Anthony Naber at City Connections has the listing.
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