Studio | 1 Bathroom | $405,000 | UES

floor plan

Set in a full-service coop building on the heart of the Upper East Side, this spacious alcove studio is in excellent condition with beautiful parquet hardwood floors and track lighting throughout. This high floor Alcove Studio is complemented by a long row of windows that stream sunlight and city views into both the living room and separate sleeping alcove via a western exposure.

Studio | 1 Bath |$475,000 | London Terrace

Studio

This corner apt enjoys sunlight and views from 7 windows and is the largest studio in London Terrace. With two large closets including dressing room and a large original kitchen the possibilities are endless.

Junior 1 Bed | 1 Bathroom | $549,000 | East Village

living room

This highly coveted, sunny, jr. one bedroom is a space-savers dream! Perfectly thought-out, this 500 square-foot apartment has a separate dining & living room area, work space, kitchen, bedroom, oversized bathroom and 4 large closets.

Remodeled, an open kitchen showcases stainless steel counters and high-end appliances, including a Fisher & Paykal dishwasher and luminous glass tiles.

Alcove Studio | 1 Bath | $550,000 | London Terrace

Living room with lots of light

The coveted ‘K’ Line studio at London Terrace’s 405 West 23rd St building offers the largest footprint and open south views and amazing light! A true alcove studio, this apartment has been fully renovated and configured as an open loft.

2 Bedrooms | 1.5 Bathrooms | $1.95Mill | Triplex | Chelsea

Living Room

This extraordinary 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath loft/maisonette measuring over 1600 square feet with vaulted ceilings and over-sized windows offers the best of both worlds. Imagine being conveniently located in the heart of Chelsea, living in a space that feels like a townhome outside of the city.

Studio | 1 Bath | $425,000 | London Terrace

Living Space

This extra-wide London Terrace studio offers the best deal in Chelsea! The owner has created a well thought-out solid wood wall unit which was inserted into what had once functioned as the Murphy Bed niche. It can be left in place or removed to accommodate a bed instead.