10 Tiny (But Nice) NYC Studios You Can Buy For $325,000

CurbedApril 03, 2014
Welcome to a new feature, Price Points, in which we pick an asking price and a type of apartment, then scour StreetEasy to find the best newly available options around the city. Today's task: $325,000 for a studio.

This $294,999 apartment in a prewar Murray Hill co-op building is pretty spacious for a studio, with a foyer, windowed separate kitchen, alcove with built-in shelves, and two walk-in closets. It's basically got everything but another room, including a skylight in the bathroom.