This 1-bedroom has a lot going for it. To start, there’s the classic, exposed-brick charm. Couple that with some equally charming wood paneling, dramatic pendant lighting, and subway tiling in the kitchen and bath. Add to the mix and the washer and dryer in-unit and the flexible floor plan, and we’re truly sold. Be forewarned, however, that this is an income-restricted HFDC unit. Listing by Georgine Paulin of Compass.
This Williamsburg 1-bedroom mixes a raw, rough-hewn appeal with minimalist restraint. Whitewashed floors and hexagonal tiles throughout keep things clean, while exposed beams and brick add some masculinity. Close to the border of Greenpoint, the location places the apartment in a less-traveled, more residential pocket of the neighborhood. This is also an income-restricted HFDC unit. Listing by Bradley Rodenberg of Douglas Elliman.
Here’s a true 2-bedroom located in one of the finest examples of residential Beaux-Arts residential architecture in the city — the Cherokee at East 78th Street and York Avenue. The exterior of the building and its arching inner courtyard are straight out of Paris. The interiors of this apartment are pretty chic too, offering three Juliet balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows. The best part? It’s got a washer and dryer in-unit. Listing by Doug Perlson and Richard Bonilla of RealDirect.
Value, layout and location come together at this East Village duplex. The co-op is currently configured as a 2-bedroom, but the listing description indicates that it can be converted to a 3-bedroom. Whether you go that route or not, the place has a lot of appeal, including a spacious living room, tons of exposed brick, a windowed kitchen with a breakfast bar, and a washer and dryer in-unit. Listing by Jill Letts and Rachel Field of Corcoran.
This co-op may be small, but it makes use of smart design choices to maximize space and style. Built-in storage and a walk-in closet help fend off the clutter, while a renovated open kitchen and folding sliding glass door combine to create airy flow of space. The decorative fireplace, proximity to Central Park, and a location in a beautiful Upper West Side brownstone seal the appeal. Listing by Lidia Lander of Lander Real Estate.