There’s lots to like about this 1-bedroom co-op. First, it’s a sponsor unit, which means no board approval. Plus it’s a gut-renovated apartment in the iconic Tudor City building, which gives you old-school New York city charm with updated finishes. Listing by Douglas Elliman’s Wesley Stanton, Patricia Slochower, Alejandra Cata Posas and Jordan Hoch.
It’s hard not to be attracted to this light-filled duplex with high-end appliances and conveniences: a counter-depth Liebherr refrigerator, Wolf range, in-unit washer and dryer, and a dishwasher. Up the spiral staircase is the master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, plus a second bedroom. Listing by Victoria Vinokur of Halstead.
Good things can come in small packages, as evidenced by this neat ‘n’ tidy Chelsea studio co-op. It’s appointed with interesting finishes, such as blue quartz floors in the kitchen and a bathroom with double marble sinks and hardware from Waterworks. There are even automated shades on the steel casement windows. Decadent! Listing by Jason Katz of Modlin Group.
A lot can be packed into this spacious 1-bedroom, which offers a distinct “Mad Men” vibe, starting with its sunken living room. There is a small office that could also be used as a second bedroom. Plus, the master bedroom is enormous, and has a walk-in closet. Listing by Gil Neary and Daisy Dowleh of DG Neary Realty.
It’s hard to find true 3-bedrooms in Manhattan for under $2 million, but this one checks the box. And around every corner of this 1,600-square-foot co-op is something that makes the heart leap a bit, including a wraparound breakfast bar that opens to the living and dining area, plus gorgeous wood floors throughout. Listing by Talia Shor of Corcoran.
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