But there's a caveat: The lofty co-op is on the top floor of a walk-up, which may explain its relatively low price. On the bright side, it's got a shared roof-deck with skyline views, and the recently renovated space has a built-in floor-to-ceiling bookcase and working fireplace in
the living room.
If you’ve got $2.395 million to spend and a thing for 11 foot ceilings, consider the three-bedroom Flatiron loft on East 22nd Streetbetween Broadway and Park Avenue South. The 2,300-square-foot corner apartment has a washer/dryer, 13 windows and a shared roof garden.
For about half the price, you might want to check out an updated $1.19 million two-bedroom co-op on Madison Avenue, between 95th and 96th streets.The sunny living room has 10-foot ceilings and oversized
windows. The rooms face west and offer “sky views over neighboring rooftops.” En
suite baths are attached to both bedrooms.
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