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It’s no secret that buying into the New York City market is more difficult than buying into most housing markets in North America. While cost is an obvious obstacle, what many aspiring owners don’t realize is that the actual cost of purchasing a unit is only the first barrier to ownership. High closing cost, higher-than-average co-op and condo fees (sometimes asked for in Escrow before closing), down payments exceeding the standard 15 to 20% threshold, and in co-ops, myriad arbitrary guidelines designed to keep desirable tenants in and undesirable tenants out all make the process of purchasing a first home more costly and stressful than in most other cities. Fortunately, a combination of strategy and good fortune can help first-time buyers dodge at least some of these obstacles.

Troubleshooting the High Cost of Housing

According to CityRealty data, for the fourth quarter of 2021 the average sales price paid for a condo in Manhattan was $2.88 million ($1,806/ft2) and the median price of a co-op was $1.32M. With the exception of the Bay Area, where prices rival, and in some cases, exceed those in New York City, the city generally faces little competition when it comes to high housing costs. While this does make it a difficult market for first-time buyers, there are at least a few ways to troubleshoot the cost and hassle of purchasing your first unit.
The most obvious strategy is to look for a condo unit in a yet-to-be-gentrified or up-and-coming neighborhood (e.g., Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn or Sunnyside, Queens). Neither neighborhood is Soho, but remember—Soho itself was once considered an undesirable neighborhood and the same held true for the entire East Village and Lower East Side. Condo units generally have much fewer approval obstacles to face compared to compass and typically require a smaller downpayment. Bear in mind that any equity you sink into a unit in a gentrifying unit can usually be fully recovered if you decide to move, so at the very least, it is far more strategic than renting and may prove to be a great investment if you hold long enough to see the neighborhood undergo a major shift in value.

Any equity you sink into a unit in an up-and-coming neighborhood can usually be fully recovered if you decide to move.


Another potential strategy—if you qualify based on income and household size—is to consider purchasing an HDFC unit. In some instances, these units can provide an opportunity to buy in Manhattan or a highly active real estate market in Brooklyn at prices that are well below market value. If you do purchase an HDFC unit, however, your return on investment over time will be considerably lower, so in general, this solution is only recommended if you are looking to purchase with the intent of staying put over time. Read more about HDFC purchases here.
While there is no question that younger buyers do face especially steep challenges, it is possible for buyers under 30 and even under 25 to purchase units in New York City. Back in 2013, Polly Mosendz—at the time, she was 22-year-old and a recent New School graduate—published an article in the New York Observer about her purchase of a Greenwich Village apartment. According to the article, Mosendz had managed to purchase an apartment for $250,000. While the article was presumably written to offer evidence to the city’s youngest potential buyers that it is possible to buy before one starts to gray around the edges, Mosendz’s story was unusual enough to attract considerable attention. (Gawker even published a follow-up article, alleging that Mosendz hadn’t really purchased the apartment but relied on huge family gifts and a co-signer). So, is it possible for the very young to buy in New York City?

Down payments, Closing Costs, and Other Surprises

In many U.S. cities, even after the 2008 recession, housing programs continued to help first-time buyers with affordable low-money-down mortgages. In New York City, however, co-ops and condos typically will not work with buyers who are relying on first-time housing program mortgages. Indeed, many co-ops, even affordable HFDC co-ops, expect buyers to bring more than 20% to the deal (sometimes 80% to 100%), so putting 3% to 5% down is simply not an option.
Beyond the high down payment typically needed to buy into the local market, potential buyers also need to be prepared for higher than average closing costs and may even be hit with other surprises. Some co-ops, for example, ask new buyers to put up to three years of building fees in escrow. Notably, when buildings ask buyers to pay their fees upfront, the money is sitting in an escrow account but not being used to cover current fees. Indeed, it is just there to ensure that co-op that they will not be left high and dry if the new tenant stops paying their co-op fees at any time. However, where there is a will, there is a way, and at least some New Yorkers are finding innovative ways to dodge the down payment and fee obstacles that so often come with most co-op and condo purchases.

A growing number of New Yorkers are teaming up with siblings and even friends to co-purchase entire homes.


While not everyone’s dream scenario, a growing number of New Yorkers are teaming up with siblings and even friends to co-purchase entire homes in developing neighborhoods where prices for a share of a brownstone can often be much lower than purchasing a co-op or condo unit. This strategy also means that new buyers need only negotiate with the seller and lender—not an entire co-op or condo board. While any home purchase will come with additional responsibilities down the line—if the roof caves in, it is your problem, not your co-op board’s problem—for first-time buyers, purchasing an entire home can be a much easier way to enter the city’s difficult housing market. As an added bonus you’ll likely end up with something few New Yorkers own—a backyard.

Challenges Facing Young Buyers

Most adults love highly motivated and independent young adults—that is, until they attempt to purchase a co-op or condo unit in their building. Despite the fact that some young people have the means to do so, potential owners under 25 and even potential owners under 30 face especially steep hurdles on the real estate market.
First, even if one has a large down payment (e.g., from a recent inheritance) since one’s credit rating is based in part on the age of one’s accounts, there is simply no way for someone under 30 to have a perfect credit score. This invariably leads to higher interest rates and puts one into a higher risk category, even if they have an outstanding but short credit history. Second, there is the even larger problem of persuading a co-op board that one is a potentially desirable tenant.

The younger you are when you go on the housing market, the more likely you are to be asked to put down more money upfront.


The long and short of it is that the younger you are when you go on the housing market, the more likely you are to be asked to put down more money upfront and to offer more assurances that you won’t stop paying your fees down the line (e.g., to put one or more years of fees in an escrow account). After all, even if you can afford a high down payment and prove that you can cover the monthly mortgage payments and building fees, co-op boards will still have a legitimate reason to assume that your income may not be as stable as someone who has been working for decades.

So, what are very young buyers to do? It might not feel entirely dignified, but if you need a co-signer to purchase your first unit, simply bite the bullet. In the end, the equity you gain by buying not renting in your twenties will put you in an ideal position to purchase a second unit by the time you’re in your early to mid-thirties, which is when most people are only beginning to think about purchasing their first home.

Newly-Listed Starter Apartments

From the Listing: Captivating Kips Bay

Your penthouse retreat awaits, where the light gets brighter and the city vista more dramatic. This charming one bedroom home is positioned in the quiet and sunny backside of this historic townhouse. This high-ceilinged, exposed brick beauty is rich in character.
See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: This recently updated 1-bedroom apartment is located just moments from Columbia University, Riverside Park, and Central Park. The rooms reveal high ceilings that are immensely luminous. Natural light pours into the living room via large west-facing windows that offer beautiful sunset views. The spacious bedroom has additional large windows to wake up to a view of the historic buildings across Broadway. The residence features ample closet space with built-in shelving that reaches the ceiling, including two closets in the living area alone. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Elegantly appointed, this Pre War Parlor Floor Loft - Like One bedroom is situated in an intimate magnificent 1898 limestone elevator coop while sunlight streams in from the Oak arched oversized windows facing south looking onto a beautiful tree-lined quiet street, less than a block to Central Park. Recently renovated and gently lived in, the apartment's original prewar finishes have been tastefully restored while adding all the luxurious amenities. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Live in the Heart of Murray Hill in a high floor apartment with views!

 

Welcome to 15H, a renovated 1 bedroom apartment in Murray Hill's most desirable co-op, The Carlton Regency. This 15th floor 1 bedroom home in the Carlton Regency boasts a 24' long living/dining area with espresso engineered plank floors, perfect for entertaining your guests. 6 north facing windows boast city views and partial views of the Chrysler building.

See floor plan and full details here.


From the Listing: Located on the very top floor of an intimate elevator building, this bright and pin-drop quiet one bedroom apartment gets direct sunlight all day. The well-proportioned apartment features an updated bath and renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, ample cabinet space and granite countertops. Additional features include a king-sized bedroom, wood floors, through-the-wall A/C and three spacious closets. Both the living room and bedroom windows face south and overlook a picturesque and quiet tree-lined street adorned with townhouses. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Very large, bright, South facing one bedroom! Could be a flex 2. The Bedroom looks onto the lush green landscaped private garden for residents and gets great light. This one of the LARGEST and least expensive one bedrooms available in BPC. In the Cove Club Condominium., this large one bedroom can convert into a second bedroom. This sun-flooded home is bright, peaceful and quiet. It has a renovated pass-thru kitchen with a new dishwasher & stove which opens to a large dining/living area. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Prime Chelsea location! In a charming pre-war building, this renovated home offers south facing living room views, flooded with natural sunlight and a quiet, north facing bedroom. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Light & Airy! Renovated 2 Bedroom | 1 Bath As soon as you enter, you are impressed by the bright and airy feel of this newly renovated unit. Tucked away at the end of the hall, this home has double exposures and oversized double-paned windows. The very flexible living/dining area is suitable for entertaining or quiet relaxing. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Spacious 1bedroom 1bath Coop boasting a lot of natural light with Southern exposures. This large one bedroom is in a pre-war building designed by Rosario Candela. High floor unit with open concept including hardwood flooring throughout. Kitchen is an open layout and includes a dishwasher. Bedroom is spacious and can accommodate a king bed or a queen bed set comfortably. A lot of closet space with California style built ins. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: New to market at the crossroads of Morningside Heights, Southern Harlem Valley and Manhattanville in a full-service historic loft building is this oversized one bedroom residence with private balcony to boot.

From the moment you step foot inside this bright, spacious, and modern home you'll notice high ceilings, hardwood floors, incredible natural light with sunny north-east exposures, and plenty of closet space throughout.
See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: If your search is all haystack and no needle, we may just have the apartment for you. There's lots to love here if you are looking for a home with plenty of light, an abundance of space, both indoors and out, and something close to transportation, shops, and restaurants. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Stunning, renovated 2-bedroom home with high ceilings and tons of light in prime Park Slope! This 1,200 sq ft apartment is stately in its proportions while thoroughly modern in tone thanks to the architect/owner's renovations that maximize natural light and functional living space. An abundance of light pours in from newly installed, historically appropriate, steel casement windows on two exposures, and the high, beamed ceilings add a feeling of depth and grandeur. See floor plan and full details here.
From the Listing: Exuding timeless elegance and seamless flow, this sprawling two-bedroom, one-bathroom Park Slope co-op gracefully blends traditional prewar detailing with tasteful custom upgrades. Enter through the gallery with a coat closet into the main living space where there is an expansive, sun-splashed living room with ample room for dining and office space and a pair of windows overlooking tree-studded landmarked Eighth Avenue. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Breathtaking city and East River views are captured from all 7 (potential 8) rooms in this extraordinary, sprawling corner duplex. Every room is designed with floor to ceiling windows showcasing glorious views of the East River, Roosevelt Island, Four Freedoms Park, and Beekman Place. The dramatic city skyline offers an abundance of natural light throughout the day and a dazzling light show after sunset. The expansive corner living room has built-in storage, custom lighting, and is separated from the formal dining room by a gas fireplace which opens through to both rooms. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Located in heart of South Harlem is this 2,025-square-foot, open floor plan concept condominium with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and 3 exposures. The spacious windowed living room boasts a working gas fireplace, and a separate windowed dining area (convertible fourth bedroom). Additional features include high ceilings, hardwood floors, open kitchen with pantry, in-unit washer/dryer, and central air conditioning. See floor plan and full details here.

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From the Listing: This beautifully laid out classic six home has it all - gracious sized rooms, three full bedrooms and three full bathrooms, a wood-burning fireplace, beautiful light, partial river views, storage and parking! The entry gallery opens to the large living room complete with custom shelving and southeast views capturing partial views of the East River and sun throughout the day. Adjacent to the formal dining room is a well-equipped windowed kitchen that flows perfectly from the pantry and service entrance to allow for private preparation of meals. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Situated on a beautiful tree-lined street, this spacious home enjoying two exposures and approximately 1,575 square feet of living space. The sun-splashed, south-facing inviting living room offers a lovely bay window and flows into the adjacent sun filled dining room, perfect to enjoy delicious meals and conversations. The kitchen with its ample custom cabinetry, granite countertops, and well-designed appliances (including wine fridge and professional-grade hood) is perfect for bringing out your inner chef. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Perched on the 11th floor, this impressive 2-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom affords a coveted opportunity to reside at the meticulously maintained pre-war co-op, The Adlon. The grand 1,475 square feet layout offers the perfect balance between pre-war beauty and modern convenience. The gracious foyer leads into an oversized west-facing living room and formal dining room, with high tall ceilings, original hardwood floors, original ceiling details and unique, recently restored, windows from 1912. The eat-in chef's kitchen is fully equipped with a 4-burner Viking stove, Viking refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, Perrin and Rowe faucet and an abundance of storage. See floor plan and full details here.

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From the Listing: Located inside a beautifully restored brownstone, this East Harlem home was recently updated with new hardwood floors, new cabinets, new light fixtures, a modern stainless steel kitchen appliance package, an oversized refrigerator, gas stove, and an enlarged lower level bathroom. On the upper floor, a stylish loft-style chef’s kitchen expands in one direction to a dining or work-from-home-area; and in the other direction into another dining area, the living room with an oversized window and a separate office. See floor plan and full details here.

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From the Listing: Step inside #502, and you'll immediately feel nearly 50 feet of linear space as the gallery extends from entry to the centerpiece of the home, a lovely open Sub-Zero/Bosch/Miele equipped granite kitchen and enormous living room, perfect for entertaining. The primary suite features a spa-style, five fixture limestone bath with soaking tub and shower, and a spacious walk-in closet. Superb attention to detail with mahogany floors throughout, tasteful crown moldings, and finished with an in-unit washer/dryer, dual solar and blackout shades, and soundproof windows for nearly pin-drop quiet living experience. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Welcome to Residence 3B at the Armory: a loft-like two-bedroom with soaring 11.5 ft ceilings! This well appointed home offers an abundance of livable space, a plethora of storage and lots of flexibility to suit all of your needs. The living and dining room measures almost 30 feet in length and is open to the stainless steel kitchen which has a full size dishwasher and tons of cabinet space + pantry. The primary bedroom, with wall of built in closets that offer storage up to the ceiling, is conveniently set to the back and can comfortably fit a king-size bed with room for additional furnishings. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: This Eckstrom NYC-designed garden duplex features its own private backyard, high-end finishes, and ample storage. Entertaining is a dream in the open concept living space featuring wire brushed white oak floors, a large sliding glass door, and spotlight wall of custom locally made built-ins. The kitchen features custom cabinetry, and is furnished with Bertazzoni, Fisher & Paykel, and Bosch appliances. The garden floor bath features Reform vanities crafted in Denmark, as well as Delta brass fixtures, natural stone slate floors, and a Kohler soaking tub. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: This unique and majestic 2-bedroom duplex apartment boasts an open-concept layout with abundant east-facing light. Entertain in comfort in the inviting kitchen that opens into the sunny living and dining room to seamlessly connect all the spaces. The double height 11’5" – 12’5" lofty ceilings await you as you walk up the winding staircase to the second floor, making this apartment feel both bright and spacious. It is in estate condition, providing the perfect opportunity for a discerning buyer to reimagine and transform it into their dream home. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Located at the border of Clinton Hill, Unit G06 is a unique, turn-key loft condo studio with sleeping alcove, two full baths, and one of the few units that offers 241 square feet of private outdoor space. Featuring industrial characteristics typical of loft living, this unit has been lovingly updated and is completely turnkey. Originally a factory, the space is an impressive 1,013 square feet with high beamed ceilings and a wall of oversized windows that overlook the outdoor space and park-like common courtyard. Updates include a plethora of details-brand new stainless appliances, new kitchen cabinets, new wide plank oak floors, updated bathroom vanities and floors. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Move right in to this bright, beautifully renovated, extra-large one-bedroom! As you enter this gorgeous apartment you find a nice sized foyer with a coat closet. There is a huge open living/dining area that is light and bright. The chef's kitchen features stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, and a large window. The generously sized sunlit primary bedroom features built in closets to die for. The custom bathroom completes this large apartment with a luxurious touch. Crown moldings, large closets, and high ceilings complete the beautiful interior. The apartment comes with an enormous storage unit that will transfer with the apartment. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Welcome home to this 1,200-square-foot, sunny and gracious top-floor, corner two-bedroom, two-bath prewar apartment with separate dining room, 9.5-foot high ceilings, inlaid hardwood floors, exposure south, west and north - all in pristine condition. This lovely home features a sunken living room, arched doorways, five very large closets, and modern day luxuries such as a Kevo smart lock, Philips HUE lights, two Friedrich Kuhl smart A/Cs, a fully-renovated windowed eat in kitchen with new stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets, and a fully outfitted pantry. Both windowed bathrooms have been tastefully renovated. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: As soon as you enter this beautiful and large, prewar one-bedroom, one-bath residence with approximately 900 square feet, you are immediately struck by the feeling of space, light, and charm, emoting the warm feeling of coming home! The gracious entrance foyer with three closets leads to the windowed kitchen, and oversized step-down living/dining room with decorative fireplace, a wall of built-ins, and a sun-filled northern exposure overlooking a gorgeous tree-lined street. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: With southeastern exposures, this Kips Bay residence is sun-drenched, bright, and airy. The gracious foyer, flanked by beautifully refinished custom closets, leads into a large living space with an expansive wall of east-facing windows. Nestled below the windows are pristine custom millwork built-ins, featuring a special space to accommodate the perfect work-from-home set up. The meticulously renovated chef’s kitchen features sleek marble countertops and backsplash, a Thermador gas range and hood, smart Samsung refrigerator, and Bosch dishwasher. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: This airy, sun-drenched Upper East Side home features both eastern and western exposures, beautiful wide plank hardwood floors, high ceilings, and custom outfitted closets for extra storage. The chef's kitchen boasts top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and abundant storage. The oversized living space welcomes multiple configurations with enough room for a home workspace and a separate dining area. The king-sized bedroom is generously proportioned with two closets. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Upon entering the foyer of this spacious turn-key home, you are greeted by hand-scraped hardwood hickory floors which flow throughout the apartment. The large entry closet is the first of five closets (including one walk-in) throughout the home. The foyer flows into the sunny living/dining room, which is over 20' long and also lit by recessed dimmable LED lighting. The western exposure features views of Downtown Brooklyn above the canopy of the property's verdant mature trees. The kitchen is outfitted with a full suite of stainless steel appliances, wood grain full-height shaker-style soft-close cabinets/drawers (including a pantry), touch-operated faucet, glass subway tile backsplash and beautiful Caeserstone countertops. The kitchen is designed with a smart pass-through window breakfast bar. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Spanning approximately 904 square feet, this spacious home at the intersection of Morningside Heights and Manhattanville greets you with a long gallery entry flanked by four roomy closets. Ahead, the open-plan corner living room boasts hardwood floors, nearly 8-foot-tall ceilings and mesmerizing views to the north and west. The kitchen dazzles with sleek white cabinetry, granite countertops, stone tile floors, mosaic tile backsplashes, and convenient breakfast bar seating. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: A gracious foyer leads to the bright and airy living space of this beautifully designed, contemporary one-bedroom. The apartment features a spacious kitchen, a large living room with south facing floor-to-ceiling windows which provide plenty of sunlight to the open layout. The large bedroom includes a walk-in closet and large en-suite bath. Additional features include a dishwasher, washer/dryer, and ample closet space. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Nestled on a desirable block on Riverside Drive directly across from the park, #BA is a fantastic meticulously renovated pre-war one bedroom with home office, and a one-of-a-kind floorplan in the building. A welcoming foyer offers a large coat closet and gracious flow into a lovely entertaining space that features a wide living and dining room. The entertaining space leads directly into a thoughtfully renovated open kitchen. The king-sized primary bedroom has beautiful western light and includes a home office/nursery with southern exposures. A windowed bathroom boasts a new vanity and gorgeous mosaic tile flooring. The home also features beautiful high ceilings, original detail, incredible storage space, and brand new flooring throughout. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Motivated seller! Enjoy endless city views from the balcony of this spacious one-bedroom residence at Plaza Tower. An entry foyer leads into the living and dining area spanning 31 feet long, showcasing the balcony and incredible city views. A fully-equipped windowed kitchen is perfectly situated off the living room and offers great storage space. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Corner apartment in Washington Heights, wrapped with eleven windows and unobstructed views of Coogan’s Bluff, has a generous and functional layout. The spacious foyer opens up to an enormous living room and dining room area with southeastern exposures, and open kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar. At the corner of the living room sits a sunny, windowed office overlooking the trees. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Located in a one-time school, this studio's soaring 14-foot ceilings are accented by enormous windows overlooking tree-top views and the building's gothic-style architecture. This home boasts an open floor plan, spacious rooms, custom closets and an abundance of natural light. Beautiful, newly-installed wide plank luxury vinyl tile flooring is featured throughout the home. The open concept kitchen boasts all the essentials for cooking and entertaining: excellent counter space, stainless steel appliances and a dishwasher. Added conveniences highlighted throughout the home include central heat and air conditioning, a Bosch washer/dryer and custom closets. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: This two-bedroom, one-bath home features an enormous main bedroom, an open dining/living room, and modern finishes! Within this renovated unit is a gorgeous new kitchen, a sparkling new bathroom, and a plethora of closets. Enjoy the modern features such as new oak hardwood floors, stainless-steel appliances, glass-tiled backsplashes, and completely rewired electrics. The building has a live-in super and recently updated laundry room, elevator cabs, and lobby/hallways. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: This high-floor south-facing Upper East Side apartment offers sunlit days and twinkling nights. Well above its brownstone neighbors, the living room basks in bright light all day and offers gorgeous open views of Manhattan. On one side of the large foyer area, a renovated kitchen boasts granite countertops, glass backsplash, task lighting, and a suite of stainless appliances, including a dishwasher. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Welcome to this beautiful one-bedroom in the heart of the Financial District. The large open living/dining room, features black cabinetry and overlay. The spacious bedroom is filled with light from large windows. Additional features include hardwood floors throughout, Thermopane insulated windows, and foyer with additional storage. Amenities include a full-service doorman, recently updated fitness room, residents lounge, billiards room, entertainment room, business center and cinema, bike room, and laundry facilities on each floor. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Bright, spacious, recently renovated one-bedroom, one-bath unit offers an open-style kitchen with plenty of cabinets, stainless steal appliances and great counter space, hardwood floors throughout, over-sized windows, a large living room with ample space for a dining area. The bedroom has been configured to comfortably accommodate queen size bed with two large closets and separate study/office space. The eastern views give soft morning sun and a lovely ambient light during afternoons. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Perfect starter home or pied-a-terre conveniently located in the heart of midtown Manhattan on a tree-lined Murray Hill Historic Residential District street. This large studio with a queen-sized sleeping alcove boasts a wall of windows with a sunny southern exposure and views overlooking 37th Street with its Italianate brownstone row houses. The unit's great closet space includes two closets and a walk-in dressing room. The galley-styled kitchen equipped with a full-sized refrigerator, a full-sized dishwasher and 4-burner gas range. A fresh contemporary-designed tiled bathroom completes this wonderful home. Maintenance includes electricity. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Wonderful alcove studio/junior one-bedroom in Sutton Place has great space and is pin-drop quiet. The kitchen has ample cabinet space and a Bertazzoni oven. There is a large entry foyer, a generous coat closet and gleaming wood floors. A fabulous row of north-facing windows brings in light, and the extra-large alcove leads to a hallway with two more great closets. This gem is situated in a full-service luxury cooperative, with 24-hour doormen, a resident super, roof deck , garage, bike room and a package room. See floor plan and full details here.

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