The space may be small, but custom additions make it totally livable
ALTA LIC will feature a mix of traditional luxury rentals and co-living microsuites managed by Ollie.
The seven-story building has 57 micro apartments that come in two and three-bedroom variants instead of the typical studios.
It takes the concept of "micro-living" to a whole new level—and it’s asking $950/month.
Space-saving furniture helps these tiny apartments—some of which are under 400 square feet—seem larger.
The NYC cartoonist’s new book is a testament to her obsessive love of New York City—the good, bad, and everything in between.
Hospitality designer Adam Tihany revamped this itty-bitty Upper East Side studio, giving it tons of closet space and a slightly fancier feel.
These itty-bitty Manhattan studios all measure 300 square feet or less, but that doesn’t mean you won’t pay Manhattan prices for them.
Ollie, the "all-inclusive co-living platform" that launched in New York with the city’s first all micro-unit building, is poised to make a big expansion—this time in Queens.
The tiny space is dubbed the "Attic Transformer," and the moniker is quite literal—it was created in the attic of a landmarked West Village building.
There’s a lot going on with this micro apartment in Chelsea, including a bathroom that you pretty much have to see to believe.
The Times profiles a couple who live and work out of their tiny Greenpoint basement bedroom. Key quote: "We just wake up, stretch, shower and start working...This whole year I’ve hardly gone outside during daylight hours!"