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Airy Greenwich Village loft with clever space-saving hacks wants $1.085M

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A recent renovation turned a boring white box into a bright loft with plenty of storage

Apartments at the Cast Iron Building at 67 East 11th Street tend to have quirky layouts—we’ve seen many a loft in the building before—and this one-bedroom pad, asking $1.085 million, is no different.

It’s another loft, and thanks to the soaring ceilings in the living room (the listing is very light on details, so we’re just going to go with “very high”) and large windows, it has quite an airy feel. There’s also an eat-in kitchen situated below a lofted bedroom area, along with a walk-in closet.

It was also renovated after it last sold in 2014, so what was once a boring white box has gotten some thoughtful upgrades. The kitchen was expanded, and is now kitted out with new appliances and chic wood finishes; even the stairs leading to the loft have gotten an upgrade, with built-in storage that’s both functional and pretty.

Maintenance could be a deal breaker, though: It’s priced at a whopping $1,752/month.