A 300-square-foot NYC apartment is on the market for hundreds of thousands — and it’s surprisingly impressive inside

Space-saving furniture is essential to making the most of a 300 square foot space.

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Space-saving furniture is essential to making the most of a 300 square foot space.
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One of the tiniest apartments for sale in New York City is a 300-square-foot studio.

The apartment is listed for $355,000 in historic Tudor City, Manhattan, in a full-service co-op building.

We visited the apartment and discovered that it’s impressive for its small size.


Tudor City is a sprawling apartment complex on the far east side of Manhattan, near the Turtle Bay neighborhood.

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The studio is located in Windsor Tower, an elite building tucked away in Tudor City.

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Windsor Tower gives the impression of being from a more elegant time period. The 24-hour doorman warmly greets people as they enter. It has an in-building convenience store, laundry, and expansive gym.

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The hallways are reminiscent of a hotel and lead directly to the one-room, $355,000 unit.

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The room was reconstructed by its current owners to match the historic and original design of the Windsor Tower. Tile and wood line the room.

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In a studio, storage space is limited. Owners must get creative with shelving, closets and furniture.

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With the right design, every studio can have a peaceful nook despite the living area being combined with the kitchen and sleeping space.

Space-saving furniture is essential to making the most of a 300 square foot space.

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The bathroom is tiled beautifully but lacks much in the way of room. A small shower is tucked behind the door, just feet from the toilet.

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Space for bathroom storage is so limited that the sink stands alone. The dual handles on it, however, are a nice touch to the vintage flair.

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Cooking enthusiasts are limited in a studio apartment with both a small kitchen and dining area. The refrigerator is hidden in the cabinets under the sink to allow for more space elsewhere.

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The electric stove is on the right-hand side of the kitchen counter. Many studio spaces are designed this way to conserve room while also allowing the residents to still cook homemade meals.

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Every empty space in the apartment is utilized.

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Closets are a valuable commodity in New York City. Surprisingly, this apartment came equipped with a sizable one.

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Tudor Place was named a historic district in 1988. It has preserved its old style, quiet parks and views of the East River. For an asking price of $355,000, this studio could be yours.

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