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Every Nook Gets Used

215 East 17th Street, No. 2

Asking price: $580,000
Amenity: This one-bedroom has nearly invisible drawers underneath custom-built sofas
Monthly maintenance: $365
Agents: Meris, Kenny, and Sydney Blumstein, the Corcoran Group

Photo: Courtesy of the broker

Built-Ins Make the Most of Wall Space

208 Forsyth Street, No. 7

Asking price: $500,000
Amenity: An entire bedroom wall has been sectioned off and redefined as an open closet
Monthly maintenance: $356.40
Agent: Kim McKeller, Halstead Property

Photo: Courtesy of the broker

The Kitchen is Open and Hyperefficient

111 Hicks Street, Apartment 8B, Brooklyn Heights

Asking price: $550,000
Amenity: Wine racks and everything else disappear into the cabinetry, and rolling doors section off the bedroom (or don’t)
Monthly maintenance: $1,533
Agent: Phyllis Norton-Towers, Brown Harris Stevens

Photo: Courtesy of the broker

The Bed Goes Into Hiding

10 Park Avenue, No. 9F

Asking price: $450,000
Amenity: A queen-size Murphy bed turns a little foyer into a bedroom
Monthly maintenance: $812
Agents: Cheryl Greenberg and Greg Olson, A.C. Lawrence & Company

Photo: Courtesy of the broker

High Ceilings Don't Go to Waste

215 East 24th Street, No. 212

Asking price: $389,900
Amenity: Stairs transform a petite studio into an almost-duplex
Monthly maintenance: $996.38
Agents: Elise Ehrlich and Mitchell Seligman, Halstead Property

Photo: Courtesy of the broker

Stairs are Storage

310 East 23rd Street, Apartment 11B

Asking price: $450,000
Amenity: A loft staircase is also a bookcase
Monthly maintenance: $1,060
Agents: Tracie and Elizabeth Hamersley, Citi Habitats

Photo: Courtesy of the broker

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