Beds that fold into the wall are nothing new in tiny Manhattan studios, but what about beds that descend halfway from the ceiling and can only be reached by a ladder from the floor? That's the situation at 14 East 64th Street, where broker-blogger Malcolm Carter checked out #4B, listed in March and pulled off the market earlier this month. At around 450 square feet, the robot bed is maybe less surprising than the asking price of $1.1 million. Is the view of Ivana Trump's terrace worth $2,444/square foot?
· This co-op studio requires strong legs, most bucks [malcolmcarter.blogspot.com]
· 14 East 64th Street #4B [StreetEasy]