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How much for a chic 2BR in a former Hell’s Kitchen factory?

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Can you guess the asking price of this apartment?

The living room of a New York City apartment has an exposed brick wall and modern furniture, and there is a kitchen with high-end appliances. Photographs by Ken Chen at Even Joseph, Courtesy of Compass

Pricespotter is Curbed’s pricing guessing game. How much do you think this place is asking? Drop your guess in the comments, and remember, no cheating!

What/Where: 2BR, 2BA co-op in Hell’s Kitchen

Square Footage: N/A

Maintenance/Common Charges: $1,386

This Hell’s Kitchen co-op is located in a former factory building near 10th Avenue in Manhattan, which the listing says dates back to the 19th century. Some of the vintage details from that time can still be found in this particular unit, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment—it has exposed brick, wide-plank wood flooring, and original wooden ceiling beams.

But it’s also benefited from a recent renovation, which brought in stainless steel appliances, LED lights, and new heating and A/C units. A foyer leads into the living room and the kitchen beyond that, both of which come with plenty of closet space. The two bedrooms are a nice size, and the bathrooms are clean and new.

It’s location in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen, albeit a few blocks from the nearest subway. Knowing that, how much do you think it’s asking?

The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a white island with a marble countertop, and bar stools, and there is a curved ceiling and exposed brick walls.
A large living room has a single vintage column supporting a wooden beam, and there is a dining room table with metal chairs, and a bookshelf with colorful books.
The bedroom has white walls and a silver ceiling fan, with a wooden bed frame and matching nightstand, and a modern leather chair.
A bathroom with white tile and white cabinets has stainless steel mirrors and a bathtub.
Floorplan for a two-bedroom apartment in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan