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Quirky Kips Bay duplex with industrial touches wants $750K

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It has exposed brick and cast iron beams

A living area with a bright blue couch, white walls, several planters, and cast iron beams. Photos: Chalom + Blaylock Photography for 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.

If your tastes run toward the industrial-chic and you’re looking for an apartment under $1 million, we’ve got you covered. Take a look at this quirky duplex co-op loft that has just listed in Kips Bay, asking $750,000.

Per the listing, the building that it’s located in was once an ice cream factory, and some of the vintage details remain, including exposed brick and cast iron beams. It comes with its own private entrance, a loft sleeping area, built-in wall closets, and a Juliet balcony.

Back in 2017, the apartment—which we described at the time as an “industrial-chic fishbowl”—listed as a triplex, asking $949,000.

The building, located at 215 East 24th Street, has an elevator, a common roof deck, and laundry rooms in every floor. Monthlies are expectedly high, at $1,952/month.

An entrance with exposed brick, hardwood floors, and a wooden staircase on the right side.
The apartment has a private entrance.
Two wooden stairs, hardwood floors, and a small table with two chairs.
It’s filled with industrial details like cast iron beams.
A lofted sleeping area with a large bed, white walls, and several planters.
The lofted sleeping area.
A living area with a beige couch, exposed brick, white walls, and hardwood floors.
The living room has exposed brick.
An office nook with exposed brick, a glass wall, and a Juliet balcony in the back.
An office nook on the second floor.