Among the 10 open houses StreetEasy users saved to their open-house calendars
more often than any others this weekend is a $1.675m two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo on Broadway and Walker Street in TriBeCa. The chef's kitchen features top-notch SubZero appliances and
a Miele dishwasher, as well as custom shelving, a breakfast bar and vintage marble.
The high-floor loft has 10.5-foot ceilings and nine oversized corner windows
with city views from three exposures. The second full bath also has a retro
feel with vintage marble and slate.
Over in Chelsea, on West 22nd between Sixth and Seventh
Avenues, is a $1.195m
one-bedroom, one-bath corner loft co-op with an open gourmet kitchen
equipped with a Garland stove, Sub Zero appliances and a sizable free-standing
island. The new-to-market apartment has a home office and features a W/D and a wall of built-in
bookcases. The building has a Virtual Doorman.
Though it’s not a loft, a $1.95m
two-bedroom, three-bath co-op on West 78th -- between Riverside Drive and
West End Avenue -- features a renovated eat-in kitchen
equipped with a SubZero fridge, Miele dishwasher, Viking stove, a W/D and a
wine fridge, as well as a tile floor. The maid’s room has been converted into a
home office, and the apartment has eastern exposures with southern views
overlooking townhouses. It’s a block from the subway and crosstown bus.
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