On the hunt to buy in NYC? Take a look at these five most popular listings on StreetEasy that are holding open houses this weekend. And be sure to check out StreetEasy for all open houses in NYC for the next two days.
Named “The Coolest Tiny Apartment in NYC” by Refinery29, this recently renovated studio has clever built-ins, like a folding, stowable kitchen island, a custom dining room table that slides out from a cupboard, and a Resource Furniture Clei couch and Murphy bed frame. This listing is represented by Jonathan Abbou of Oxford Property Group. Read more about the “wee cottage” here.
You’ll have your choice of outdoor spaces in this prewar corner duplex — your own, spacious private terrace or the building’s shared roof deck. Recent renovations have been made to the bathrooms and the kitchen, plus central air and new windows were installed and the floors were refinished. This listing is represented by Tamara Abir and Noah Plener of Compass.
With 15-foot ceilings and stacked over-sized windows, there’s no lack of sunlight in this duplex, located in The Empire Condominium. In addition to two bedrooms, you’ll also have a large home office space, a massive walk-in closet, and in-unit washer and dryer. The building offers an elevator, part-time doorman, and additional storage. The listing is represented by Michael Franco and Lauren Jones of The Corcoran Group.
This south-facing studio lives and feels much larger, especially due to a spacious foyer and dressing area near two large closets. And for chefs, the formidable kitchen is outfitted with a Smeg 4-burner range, has classic penny tile on the floor and subway tile along the backsplash. Additional bonus: It has super-low maintenance fees ($357). Listing by Neal Young and Jeremy Bolger of Halstead.
This 500-square-foot co-op in a prime Chelsea location pulls out all stops for potential owners by allowing use as a pied-à-terre, subletting, parents purchasing with/for their children, and yes — pets! Plus, it’s super cute with a large 1 bedroom accessed via French doors from the living room. Listing by Ryan Stenta and Marc Riedel of Douglas Elliman.