This East Village apartment is an oasis in the party-hard neighborhood
Welcome back to The Six Digit Club, in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages. Send nominations to the tipline.
The East Village is known as many things, including NYC's drunkest neighborhood (it once held the title for the most bars and it may still), and its noisiest, but despite, something about the neighborhood just keeps drawing people in. For someone out there, this new listing might be just one more reason to head on over to the party.
Located on East 12th Street between First and Second avenues, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op offers a cozy yet charming space for one who doesn’t mind the hike up to the building's top floor. Nested on the fifth floor of a walk-up, the apartment’s details include exposed brick walls, a decent-sized living room, modest kitchen, and a roomy master bedroom. Sure, the place isn't oozing with fancy amenities but for an asking price of $695,000, the home is quite alright.
Building amenities include bike and private storage, and a live-in superintendent.
- Listing: 315 East 12th Street #22 [Halstead Property via StreetEasy]
- East Village is Drunkest Neighborhood [Curbed]
- Ranked: Lower Manhattan Neighborhoods With the Most 311 Complaints [Curbed]