Gallery: Woman’s Impossibly Tiny 90 Sq. Ft. Manhattan Apartment is One ...

We've seen some pretty tiny apartments in our time, but we were absolutely blown away when we came across New Yorker Felice Cohen's itty bitty, teensy weensy, 90 sq. ft. studio on the Upper West Side. The 12 foot by 7 foot apartment definitely isn't for the
We've seen some pretty tiny apartments in our time, but we were absolutely blown away when we came across New Yorker Felice Cohen's itty bitty, teensy weensy, 90 sq. ft. studio on the Upper West Side. The 12 foot by 7 foot apartment definitely isn't for the claustrophobic, but we think Ms. Cohen manages to live there in high style. Plus if you consider that she only pays $700 a month for her miniature pad (in a neighborhood where monthly rents average about $3,600), you can see how her decision lets her live large in other ways. Step into the gallery for a glimpse inside this well-organized, bantam abode.

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  1. Don Mass September 27, 2014 at 10:28 pm

    This is not an apartment this is a room. You can not legally rent a 90 sq ft apartment in NYC nor can you call a room narrower then 8 feet a bedroom, non-the-less an apartment. There are legalities here that are being left out.

  2. marka March 12, 2014 at 9:38 pm

    I think is sick that apartment owners do this to squeeze more income from tenants. If it was a family living in a place like this in india because of pure necessity we will call it insane poverty. She might be able to apparently \”survive\” but do know that living in a spaces like this, plus working on unhealthy environments and cubicles.. plus eating animals that are constrain to tide spaces is just sick. We just simple don\’t ask our selves how this affects us as people and in the community. Stinginess should not be celebrated.

  3. Laura Slade November 16, 2013 at 7:30 pm

    700 a month!!!!!!!!