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‘Loft-like’ Soho co-op with roomy terrace wants $850,000

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The two-bedroom has tin ceilings and tons of exposed brick

Welcome back to The Six Digit Club, in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages. Send nominations to the tipline.

This modern gem with old-school charm is something of an anomaly for Soho: it’s not huge, but it’s more than comfortable, and while $850,000 is definitely not cheap, it is—by New York real estate standards—somewhat fathomable. Also, the brokerbabble promises the place “benefits from peace and quiet all day long,” so there’s that.

The well-laid-out two-bedroom, 1.5-bath co-op centers around the main living area, a combined living room/dining room/kitchen, outfitted with the usual spate of nice things: granite countertops, custom cabinetry, brand-name appliances. There’s exposed brick and track lighting and plenty of windows, and while it’s true that there may not be room for both a full-size sofa and a full-size dining table, it is also true that life is full of compromises. The living/dining/eating area is flanked by the two bedrooms: the master suite, complete with a half bath and a closet, is off to one side, while the (considerably smaller) second bedroom and the full bath are on the other. Tin ceilings and blond hardwood floors are among the units other charms.

But one of the home’s major selling points isn’t even pictured: though presumably it’s only good for half the year, the apartment features an enormous terrace—technically, it’s even larger than the living room. The location is pretty stellar, too, near infinite dining and even more trains.

One drawback is the maintenance, which is steep: $2,023 per month.