Tiny space holds a Ton

Thinking of living the studio apartment life? But you aren’t sure if it is for you? Well, this Lower Eastside Studio Apartment proves that if you decorate the apartment right that a studio apartment can be right for anybody!

This studio at 237 Eldridge Street was designed by Kenneth Nilson, an Arch Digest- and Interior Design Magazine-approved decorator. Nilson added customized built-ins to the main living room, which include cantilevered bookshelves and window-seat storage, a Murphy bed obscured by a vaguely theatrical red curtain, a walk-in closet, and two workstations for a home-office.

The kitchen is also sizable (with updated appliances) for an apartment with this little square footage, especially one that’s in a six-floor tenement building built in 1900, plus there’s a washer/dryer.

This co-op in 2005 for $187,000, and they’re now asking $425,000! Interested in the studio life, but you aren’t sure if it is for you? The agents at Mr. Real Estate can help you decide the right choice for you!

-Alexandria Simone MRE













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