Does $1.3 million sound a little steep for a one-bedroom? Keep in mind that unit 12A of Chelsea’s Broadmoor co-op is a former ballroom, so the unit has double-height ceilings, palladian windows and generally grand proportions. It’s even taken a price cut since it went on the market in June, when it was asking $1.6 million.
The renovation includes top of the line details like jacuzzi tub, espresso machine, wine cooler and a washer/dryer. Plus, the prewar building has two palatial roof decks. Even with the kitchen, loft and office space eating into the square footage, there’s still space to cut a rug.