The 550-square-foot prewar apartment also comes with a decorative fireplace.
The unit has hardwood floors and a recently renovated kitchen.
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The building formerly served as the Ozenfant School of Fine Arts.
The triplex penthouse, which Neumann bought in 2017, comes with a private roof deck.
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For one hour, the very exclusive park will welcome regular folks.
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The work is part of a series of upgrades to the station and 14th Street
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The chic apartment is an unusual find at under $1M
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A movable wall functions as a room divider and storage space
The city has said little on if it will keep or roll back the alternative transportation improvements
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The museum’s NYC outpost is within the landmarked Church Missions House building in Gramercy.
The building offers 51 apartments, that include three full-floor penthouses
CetraRuddy is attached to design the condo, which will bring 52 apartments to the neighborhood
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An interior renovation inspired by the 19th-century aesthetic movement transformed the space, now seeking $2.95M.
The cute apartment has a sizeable loft bed
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The Modern Family star purchased the apartment in 2015 for $1.23 million.
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The 650-square-foot apartment features 12-foot-tall ceilings.
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This nearly 2,000-square-foot home was reportedly designed by a set designer.
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A report released by the Independent Budget Office is questioning the 2015 deal.
Alfa Development’s 200 East 21st Street will use consciously sourced materials and energy.
The five-story townhouse comes with a top-floor, windowed sauna with views of the Empire State Building.
One of the two towers that make up this project is nearing completion.
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The condo still retains many of the historic elements of the parish house.
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