Hell’s Kitchen co-op is a stylish and modern starter pad for $618K

Nathan Law

Listing photos by Heidi Solander For just over $600,000, this Hell’s Kitchen co-op is a great place to get started as a homeowner in New York City. It’s technically an alcove studio, but the apartment feels spacious and grown-up thanks to preserved historic details, modern additions, and substantial closet space. It’s located at […]

Listing photos by Heidi Solander

For just over $600,000, this Hell’s Kitchen co-op is a great place to get started as a homeowner in New York City. It’s technically an alcove studio, but the apartment feels spacious and grown-up thanks to preserved historic details, modern additions, and substantial closet space. It’s located at 411 West 44th Street, on a tree-lined block just west of 9th Avenue.

Down an entrance hall is the living space; a half-wall separates the sleeping area. Throughout, there’s exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, high beamed ceilings, and oversized windows.

At the other end of the space is a hallway that’s completely lined with custom closets and built-ins. This is also where the bathroom is located. It has heated floors and a contemporary open shower.

The kitchen has the same sleek, white cabinetry as the closets.

The six-floor co-op has 34 units and offers smart intercom entry systems and private storage. It’s in the heart of Restaurant Row, down the block from Target, and close to the A, C, and E trains at Port Authority and the 1, 2, and 3 trains at Times Square.

[Listing details: 411 West 44th Street, Apt. 9 at CityRealty]

[At Douglas Elliman by Donald Kemper]

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Listing photos by Heidi Solander


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