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880 Fifth Avenue via Halstead 880 Fifth Avenue via Halstead
As anyone who's ever tried to buy or sell an apartment knows, staging can make or break a listing's chances of finding a buyer. While some of the following listings have only just come on the market, others have lingered and it may be easy to figure out why. Certain apartment hunters may be scared away by the pictures, others will insist on seeing the units in person, but everyone will definitely remember them.

The Bed's Room
Charm abounds in this lovely 1 bedroom home on the quietest of Chelsea streets. With lovely pre-war details including a decorative fireplace, crown molding, oak strip flooring, and exposed brick, this apartment truly feels like home. Relax in a comfortable living area with enough space for a dining table. See floor plan and full details here.
Feeling Sheepish
47-East-67th-Street-1 47 East 67th Street via Brown Harris Stevens
This triple-mint duplex co-op is situated in a limestone mansion on the Upper East Side in close proximity to Madison Avenue shopping, Park Avenue Armory, and iconic sections of Central Park...including Sheep Meadow. Did that inspire this guest in the Great Room? See floor plan and full details here.

Minimalism to the Max
25-West-71st-Street-1 25 West 71st Street via Compass
Following a recent renovation, this Upper West Side co-op in a beautiful brownstone boasts a chef's kitchen outfitted with Miele appliances and a built-in wine fridge. However, we wish the buyer luck finding them in this ultra-sleek kitchen with abundant cabinetry concealing everything! See floor plan and full details here.

Holy Light
58-Strong-Place-1 The Landmark at Strong Place via Sotheby's
This former church was converted to condos in 2010, and many original architectural details are still intact...including the "grand" windows in the master suite. Pray that this sanctified atmosphere doesn't distract from a good night's sleep. See floor plan and full details here.

Time Warp
60-East-88th-Street-1 60 East 88th Street via Brown Harris Stevens
This full-floor home appears to be having an identity crisis: It is situated in a post-war boutique condominium on the Upper East Side, but has been staged to evoke its prewar cooperative neighbors. See floor plan and full details here.

Sit Down if You Dare
45-East-22nd-Street-1 Madison Square Park Tower via The Corcoran Group
We hope that those visiting going to this sleek new condo for a dinner party remember the sweeping views and delicious meal prepared in the chef's kitchen, not how they survived sitting in these ergonomically incorrect chairs. See floor plan and full details here.

Taking Flight
880-Fifth-Avenue-1 880 Fifth Avenue via Halstead
We're familiar with wingback chairs, but that's taken a little too literally in this Upper East Side studio with historic details and arched entryways. See floor plan and full details here.

You've Made This Bed...
50-West-Street-1 50 West via Douglas Elliman
What was the first thing you noticed about this master bedroom - the spectacular river and bridge views, or the headboard masquerading as a work of art? See floor plan and full details here.

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