The city's soon-to-open micro apartment complex has gotten a lot of attention recently, but similar tiny-but-tidy-style apartments are already up for grabs across the city. Take this $2,395 Upper West Side studio: It's less than 400 square feet, but has high-end appliances and nice touches like a Queen-sized Murphy bed and built-in shelves that help maximize the space. It feels like an extremely high-end dorm room to us.
The kitchen's got small appliances designed to accommodate a single person. There's even a dishwasher tucked under the sink, a tiny stove that doubles as a microwave, and for those who appreciate luxury finishes, CaesarStone countertops and a glass mosaic backsplash.
Plus, it's a relative bargain for the building, considering that a two-room studio in the building is going for over $1,000 more a month (plus there's no broker's fee). Note: There are four similar units available for rent in the building, from $2,295-$2,890.
When the apartment starts to feel small, which we can only imagine it will, there are lots of building amenities to keep you outside of it for a bit, including a roof lounge and sun deck, a gym and residents' lounge with a pool table.