This Greenwich Village duplex loft has downtown cool written all over it. Its soaring wood frame windows, industrial steel staircase and exposed brick are just what you’d expect of a classic loft space. The price — listed for just under $1.5 million — however, is not. Listed by Ryan Sherman and Jeffery Zicker of Century 21 Metropolitan.
Some apartments hit that perfect balance between understated style and homey. This lovely floor-through apartment is one of them. Located on the top floor of a historic Fort Greene brownstone, the apartment sings with cheeriness, offering treetop views of Fort Greene and a lovely private terrace. Listed by Michael K. Davis and Marta Maletz of Compass.
This large floor-thorough is prime starter apartment material. The exposed brick, original stained glass details and dramatic pendant lights keep things fun and stylish, while the extra office space and central Park Slope location keep things practical. According to the listing description, that office “is large enough to fit a crib.” In case Mom and Dad were asking… Listed by Maxine Resnick of Compass.
This Lenox Hill penthouse comes with all the bells and whistles of your classic full-service uptown apartment building and offers a doorman, gym and on-site parking. The unit itself offers a large living space, big views and lots of closets. The best part is arguably the very reasonable price. Listed by Joseph Chaplin and Marie Espinal of Douglas Elliman.
Living in studio often requires sacrificing space, style and, let’s face it, a little bit of your ego. But this Tudor City co-op breaks the traditional studio mold and oozes sophistication and polish, featuring a classy entry foyer, a large living space and some nicely maintained prewar details. Listed by Jessica Levine of Douglas Elliman.
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