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Cozy Soho co-op with vintage charm wants $599K

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The unit has original details including exposed brick walls

A small kitchen with wooden cabinetry, exposed brick, and a small dining table with four chairs. Photos: Courtesy of Anchor Associates

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.

Soho apartments very rarely make it to the Six-Digit Club (in fact, the last time one made it was in 2017), which is why this one-bedroom co-op that just listed, asking $599,000, is such a great find.

The apartment has one bathroom, a living room area, one closet, up to 10-foot ceilings, and some original details including exposed brick and a Gothic arch over the hallway entrance, per the listing. Both the kitchen and bathroom have been renovated.

It sits within a six-story walkup building within the Sullivan-Thompson Historic District and accepts only cats. (Something to keep in mind: The building is in a high flood risk area.)

It’s located at 71 Sullivan Street, between Spring and Broome streets, mere steps from Spring Street Park and near the C and E trains at Spring Street. Maintenance charges are $1,135/month. Ben Willig and Mick (Michael) DiStasio of Anchor Associates have the listing.

A living area with a grey couch, a coffee table, a blue chair, and several framed posters on the wall.
The living area.
A kitchen with wooden cabinetry and a small dining table with four chairs.
The apartment has up to 10-foot ceilings.
A bedroom with a small bed, exposed brick, black walls, and a thin window.
The listing says the bedroom fits a queen-sized bed.