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Stylish Greenwich Village co-op wants $800K after gut renovation

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But does the revamp justify the price hike from when it sold two years ago?

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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.

A simple yet elegant one-bedroom co-op in Greenwich Village has made its way to the market, asking $800,000. The apartment isn’t anything spectacular, per se, with sleek finishes throughout its fairly modest floorplan. However, the apartment has come a long way from what it looked like just two years ago when it sold for $535,000.

After a gut renovation, the apartment, previously configured as an alcove studio, has shifted its layout around to make space for a full bedroom where the kitchen and dining areas once were. The new kitchen borrows space from the living room and features an open design with built-in high-end appliances and room for a small dining area.

The bedroom isn’t huge, but isn’t tiny either, and there is still plenty of storage space has been minimized from three large closets to now two. However, it must be noted that the benefits of the revamp are its new wide plank floors, its stylish bathroom with marble flooring, and the overall better style and comfort of the space.

Here’s what it looks like now:

And below is what it looked like two years ago. Does the renovation justify the $251,000 price flip? Sound off in the comments below.

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