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Manhattan Studios for Sale — 180 West End Ave 19-P, Lincoln Square, Manhattan


On top of being a common city living reality, small-space living is just so satisfying. Maximizing minimal square footage means getting creative with storage and organization, making the most of precious floor space, and putting your personal style on display as soon as you walk in the door. And this studio for sale in Lincoln Square delivers on all of that.

While working from home out of a studio and maintaining any sense of division between workspace and living space can be difficult, a clever feature helps this home strike that balance: A subtle sliding screen partitions the living room from the sleeping area and office alcove. So, you can close it off during the workday and open it up back at night when you’re ready to shut the laptop.  

A narrow but cabinet-filled galley kitchen also makes the most of its space, and because it’s tucked at the front of the unit away from the bedroom nook, you don’t have to literally eat where you sleep, as is often true with studios.  

The icing on this small space cake? It’s a toss-up between the wide bank of factory-style windows with covetable city views and the full wall of bookshelves that ensure you won’t have to downsize your paperback collection before moving in. 

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