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For $525K, a bright Midtown studio with its own balcony

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It also has a dressing area and two closets

A living area with large windows, hardwood floors, a red bright couch, planters, and an arched yellow floor lamp. Photos: RISE Media, courtesy of the Corcoran Group

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.

This Midtown studio that just hit the market has plenty of nice perks: a private balcony (though it is a very thin one), quirky decor, and a price tag of just $525,000.

It has one bathroom that was recently renovated, a dressing room, two closets, a dishwasher, and large windows. The balcony is very long and skinny—almost twice as long as the apartment’s width. In front of the sleeping area, the bright red couch, lamp, and planters show how much the buyer could fit in the space, creating its own quasi-living room nook.

As far as the building, it has a common laundry room, an elevator, and allows cats and dogs. Maintenance charges are $980/month.

It’s located at 139 East 33rd Street, between Lexington and Park avenues, near the 6 train at 33rd Street and a 12-minute walk to Madison Square Park. Gabriella Abdelnour, Richard Hottinger, and Frank Lulgjuraj of Corcoran have the listing.

A living area with a bright red couch, a map of the world on the wall, an arched yellow lamp, and a medium-sized bed.
The unit has a large set of windows.
A living area with a closet and a kitchen in the back.
The kitchen is separated from the rest of the unit.
A long balcony with a lounge chair.
The balcony is one of the apartment’s biggest perks, though it is not very spacious.
A bathroom with beige tiles.