6 perfect (and perfectly legal) live-work spaces
Most people who find themselves working from home just set up a desk in some nook or cranny of their apartment and call it a day. But if you plan to run a proper business from your abode—where employees, clients, patrons and/or patients regularly come and go—you may need to consider a legitimate (that is, legally zoned) space in which to work and live. Here are six spaces that bridge the live-work gap beautifully.
Located in a residential building at 236 East 6th Street ($2.1 million) is a charming one-bedroom apartment with a lower-level windowed commercial unit, complete with its own street entrance for an ideal separation between home and office.