In order to help the consumer visualize the exciting possibilities for this studio apartment, the first five pictures are virtually staged, and these are directly followed by current photos of the apartment. As you enter this large, corner alcove studio, which many other shareholders have converted into a one-bedroom home, you are instantly reminded of the value of light and space in Manhattan. Northern and eastern exposure ensure bright days, and sweeping open city views keep your quarters stimulating, beautiful, peaceful, and quiet, too. The brand-new silent casement windows are a capital improvement to the co-op!
The apartment has a huge living room, which can be altered to have an east facing bedroom with plenty of living room space to spare. The large size of the apartment fosters a separate area for dining and also a large separate kitchen with a ton of counter and cabinet space. Migrating further into the apartment, you will find a dressing alcove, walk-in closet, and a windowed bathroom. Don't forget to look for the murphy bed in-place, behind the antique French doors.
The 105 West 13th Street building houses a 98-unit post-war red brick co-op on a land-marked, tree-lined block in the best Central Village location. The apartments range from studios to two-bedroom homes. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, porters, laundry room, bike room, and a large roof deck with fantastic panoramic views of the city. A 24-hour attended garage is directly adjacent to the building. Subway, bus, and PATH services are just steps away.