Manhattan Studios Under $600K

Over the past few weeks, we have noticed a rush of studio apartments to hit the Manhattan market.  So we decided to take a look and came up with our six favorite studios for less than $600K.  Each home (or pieds-a-terre) offers something special; we doubt if any of them will be available for too long. Chelsea, 250 West 15th Street, Apt. 6-E Fully furnished and ready to go.   This recently ...

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An East Village Beauty, 300 East 4th Street, 3-B

We’ve written about many buildings in the city that have been repurposed for residential use.  We’ve seen former schools, churches, carriage houses and factories of every kind converted.  These buildings outlived their original use and keen developers seized the opportunity to transform the properties while maintaining their historical roots. 300 East 4th Street is one such property, a former rectory which has been smartly converted into twenty co-operative apartments.  Apartment 3-B ...

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132 West 13th Street, Apt. A

When people use the word “hub” to describe a room in a home, it typically defines the swirl inside the kitchen.  There are no longer boundaries when it comes to what one can and cannot do in the kitchen.  It’s a place to start and end the day, whether with a cup of coffee or a late night snack.  It’s a place of comfort, to sit and pay bills, to ...

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Manhattan | August 2021

According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Manhattan in the month of August was $1,072,500. This price represents a 7.2% increase from last year’s median price of $995,000. The number of sales almost tripled climbing from 468 to 1,308, representing a year-over-year increase of 179%.  So, what exactly does $1.072,500 million get you in Manhattan? Let’s take a look at two apartments that sold just ...

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A Simple Loft Treasure In Chelsea – 250 West 27th Street, 3-E

This blog is typically filled with spectacular apartments that defy even the wildest imagination of how one might define city living.  Enormous spaces with bone-chilling views designed by the world’s most famous designers.  But occasionally, we come across a home that’s a bit different from our norm and deserves equal recognition as a special residence. Today, we take a look at a divine one-bedroom loft at 250 West 27th Street, the ...

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