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Six small studio apartments that give the impression of space to spare

Brick Underground // Aug 04, 2017

Studios tend to get a bad rap due to their typically small size, limited access to windows and natural light and generally cramped feel, but a tiny apartment can work to your advantage if it’s well laid out and you are creative with storage, can invest in quality appliances and are the neat and tidy type. Here, six one-room wonders that prove the point.

Four windows, three closets, a wall of built-in shelves and a separate windowed kitchen make this alcove studio at 31 Jane Street in the West Village (on the market for $715,000) feel larger than it is.

Finally, a generous entry foyer and a sleeping area with a wall of floor-to-ceilings built-in closets, plus clever open shelving separating it from the living “room”, makes the most of the space in a studio co-op at 155 East 49th Street (for sale at $495,000).

Original Article: Brick Underground