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Minimalist Gramercy studio with space-saving design wants $599K

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A movable wall functions as a room divider and storage space

Photos: Compass

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.

It’s not always easy to make a small apartment feel roomy, but this Gramercy studio, which measures around 300 square feet, manages to accomplish that. It’s gotten some nifty upgrades and a minimalist design that maximizes the small space.

The large living area has modern wall shelving, a large closet, and—here’s where those upgrades come in—a movable wall that acts as a room divider, keeping the bed separate from the rest of the common space. The wall also adds much-needed storage space to the apartment, leaving much of the space free for a dining room table and living room setup.

The kitchen was also renovated and now has tons of cabinet space. The bathroom, meanwhile, looks more like what you’d expect from a Gramercy co-op building—but it’s nice nevertheless.

The apartment, which is listed with Michael Rohrer of Compass, is asking $599,000; maintenance comes in at $571/month.