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Moody Soho Co-op With an Eccentric Floorplan Wants $2.25M

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This eclectic Soho apartment's floorplan is one for the books. Split between three levels, the 1,292-square-foot co-op twists and contorts and uses some serious pro tips—like a lofted master suite—to make the best use of the awkwardly-shaped space. The apartment's window situation isn't exactly orthodox, either: a large skylight provides most light to the living area and master bedroom, while the second bedroom looks onto a small shared patio (Now that's a quick way to get cozy with the neighbors.) The apartment is on Sixth Avenue between Charlton and Vandam streets and is asking a whopping $2.25 million, which is roughly $1,741/square foot. Maintenance fees for the co-op run high—but still not as high as the average monthly rent in Manhattan—at $2,693/month.


· Listing: 196 Sixth Avenue 1F [Sotheby's via StreetEasy]
· On the Market archives [Curbed]