↑ First up, in the West Village, $6,000/month rents a loft with high ceilings. The West 13th Street pad has a typical crouch-height lofted bedroom, but renter beware: the entrance to the bathroom is through the shower.
↓ Located in an 1858 brownstone on West 20th Street in Chelsea, this duplex one-bedroom comes with a decorative fireplace, 1.5BA, an updated kitchen with quartzite counter tops, central air, a washer and dryer, and a built-in desk or dressing table in the bedroom. The apartment appears to be a walk-up, and is asking $5,950.
↓ A sunny two-bedroom in Murray Hill with an enclosed porch (or dining area; whichever works) is asking $5,995/month. In addition to the solarium, the apartment comes with a 450-square-foot terrace and 1.5 bathrooms. There's common laundry facilities in the basement.
↓ This nice, yet generic Dumbo loft has one proper bedroom, one home office (set up as a bedroom without windows), and 1.5 bathrooms. Its big plus: views of the Brooklyn Bridge and lower Manhattan. It's asking $6,100/month.
↓ A brand-new 2BR/2BA apartment in Christian de Portzamparc's
Fortress of Glassitude 400 Park Avenue South in Kips Bay is on the market for $5,900/month. The all-white interiors may be boring, but the building offers plenty of amenities that make up for it, including a 27th floor lounge, golf simulator, media room, gym, lap pool with jacuzzi, and a spin room.
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