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Upper East Side Sweet Dreams Studio Is Back, Asking $945K

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As far as studios designed with space saving in mind, 14 East 64th Street #4B has always been a step above the rest. The bed doesn't just fold out from the wall?it descends from the ceiling to a height of the sleeper's choice, has built-in overhead lighting, and is operated by remote control. Fancy-schmancy! But it wasn't enough to make a sale when the apartment hit the market for $1.1 million in 2010. In the latest listing, the home is trying a new price of $945,000. (It was priced at $745,000 last time it came off the market.) When the bed is shut into the ceiling, the space below serves as a seating area.
· Listing: 14 East 64th Street [Stribling via StreetEasy]
· 14 East 64th Street coverage [Curbed]