The kitchen appears to be on the small side, but all the basics are there plus a dishwasher (which isn’t always a given in a studio), a built-in microwave, and an eye-catching tiled backsplash. There isn’t a lot of cabinet space, but there's a pegboard where you can hang pots and pans.
The renovated bathroom looks bright and neat, with a push-button toilet, pretty gray-green tiles on the wall, a large vanity, glass shelves and a sliding glass door enclosing the tub.
The studio is in a pet-friendly co-op building with a 24-hour doorman, a live-in super, a card-operated laundry room in the basement, discounted cable, and a separate parking garage. There’s also storage and a bike room—both are available for a fee and currently have waiting lists. Co-purchasing, gifts, and guarantors are allowed. A hallway renovation project was recently completed. Maintenance is $682 a month and utilities are included.
The building is around the corner from Sephora, Starbucks, and SoulCycle, and just three blocks from Trader Joe’s. The neighborhood is served by nine subway lines, so getting into Manhattan is relatively easy.
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