Okay, so it’s not technically a micro-apartment; this Gramercy Park studio measures 475 square feet, which makes it even bigger than the smallest NYC apartments that are currently for sale.
But 475 square feet is still small, and this one-room apartment packs a lot into its wee quarters, with high ceilings, a (relatively) enormous closet, and a modern, dishwasher-equipped kitchen. The rest of the apartment fits a sitting area that at least feels distinct from the bedroom space. The hardwood floors are rather charming, and while the bathroom isn’t pictured, the floor plan suggests it exists (with tub!).
The building — Gramercy’s pre-war Sage House — comes with plenty of perks, too. There’s a doorman, central laundry, a bike room, and storage. The real selling point here, though, is the hyper-central location: the place is just a quick walk from Union Square. The price? $2,350/month.