If living two blocks from Washington Square Park doesn’t excite you, the generous square footage and open floor plan here certainly will, especially with touches like built-in bookshelves and a cozy window seat with convenient pull-out storage drawers below. This listing is represented by a slew of Compass agents, including Daniel Karp, Jolanta Piekarska, Ariel Dagan and Richard Babeck.
There are wannabe, loft-like apartments, and then there’s the real deal. Located in a converted 1915 warehouse building, this 2-bedroom co-op loft offers soaring 12-foot ceilings with exposed beams and enormous warehouse-style windows that let in tons of light. No wonder more than 304 people have saved this listing, which is offered by Bill Barrus of Cooper & Cooper Real Estate.
Not only is this 2-bedroom condo super cozy — look at that working fireplace, with a real fire — it also has space galore, like 900 square feet, with hardwoods and crown moldings throughout. Located on the third floor of a handsome brownstone, this hot listing also has exclusive rights to the roof deck. Listing by Lisa Ortiz-Rodriguez of Keller Williams NYC.
It’s hard not to be seduced by a number of things in this loft, such as the bookshelf wall, complete with a ladder to reach those out-of-the-way collectibles. Also, there are the chunky, rough-hewn posts and beams that cut through the rooms and are clearly holding things up. This popular listing is offered by Marjorie Dybec and Robert Dybec of Douglas Elliman.
While it’s only a 1-bedroom, this unit has fantastic space, including three double-door closets off the living room that offer tremendous storage. Plus, there’s a den that could probably double as a guest room when visitors show up. While it’s a co-op, pied-à-terre use is allowed. Listing by Jonathan R. Stein of Brown Harris Stevens.