The sophisticated apartment has all new fixtures, beautiful oak floors and plenty of closet space, along with enviable views of the Empire State building. As an extra bonus of being on the top floor of the “well maintained and financially sound intimate coop”, the apartment is flooded with natural daylight.
In addition to the airy living space, the sleeping space, which is separated from the main living area by a sliding barn door, has enough space for a full bed and a dresser. The no-nonsense kitchen is equipped with all of the basics, plus mahogany cabinets and terra cotta floors.
Via Curbed NY
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