The smallest apartment in New York — barely bigger than a prison cell for $1,275 a month | NY Daily News
By Simone Weichselbaum / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Daily News reporter Simone Weichselbaum explores the smallest apartment in New York City at 14 Convent Ave. (Photo: Susan Watts | New York Daily News)
In jail, captives get an eight-foot-wide space plus three meals a day as they pay their debt to society.
But in one Harlem building, the captives in a 100-square-foot apartment pay $1,275 a month — and there is no free grub.
The owners of a building at 14 Convent Ave. are now hyping the micro mini skirt of apartments — units that are a tough sell, unless you’re a real estate broker, of course.
The Douglas Elliman firm boasts on its website that the apartments — which are barely big enough to accommodate a bed, let alone a nightstand — sport “robust sunlight” and “generous” cabinet space.
Read more: The smallest apartment in New York — barely bigger than a prison cell for $1,275 a month – NY Daily News.
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