75 Wall Street, #20J, Financial District
This 445-square-foot studio comes with six-foot tall windows, high-floor views, and wide-plank floors. Lacquered cabinetry in the swank kitchen is designed by the Italian studio BOFFI.
Price: $560,000; Maintenance: $506
Broker: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
340 East 23rd Street, #11B
This 435-square-foot studio in a Philippe Starck-designed building has open-sky, south-facing views and a high-style kitchen with limestone countertops.
Price: $599,000; Maintenance: $450
Broker: June Phillips, Halstead Property
247 West 46th Street, #404, Midtown West
This 609-square-foot space is in an amenity-laden building called the Platinum—perks include a sauna and a golf simulator”and it’s the only studio available there on the market now, as of press time. The kitchen includes a wine cooler.
Price: $839,000; Maintenance: $630
Brokers: Keith Kantrowitz and Erin Rodriguez, Prudential Douglas Elliman
781 Fifth Avenue, #206
Full-time “guests” at the grand Sherry-Netherland can order room service from Cipriani and have access to valet parking, daily housekeeping and turndown service—the perks of five-star hotel living.
Price: $950,000; Maintenance: $2,842
Brokers: Kevin B. Brown and Robert V. Thomas, Sothebys International Realty
145 Sixth Avenue, #3D
This Hudson Square loft studio is 900-square-feet and boasts 11-foot ceilings. Custom-made tiles line the walls in the bathroom, which also has a deep soaking tub.
Price: $1.0125 million; Maintenance: $1,270
Broker: Raphael De Niro and Sara Dai, Prudential Douglas Elliman
165 Charles Street, Residence 7
The next owner of this 703-square-foot studio inherits 11-foot ceilings, wenge wood floors, branded appliances (Gaggenau, Bosch, Dornbracht) and an address at starchitect Richard Meier’s iconic glass tower. Curtains included.
Price: $1.595 million; Maintenance: $1,227
Broker: Kathleen Manikowski, The Corcoran Group