The Ratio of Bathrooms to Bedrooms Seems Off Here


If we’re reading this listing correctly this three-bedroom Tribeca apartment only has one bathroom. You heard us—only one. The 2,200-square-foot co-op has plenty of space to entertain, but you might not want to host a huge party without the proper… accommodations for your guests. But the bright side is that the unit is “ready, willing and able for a second bathroom,” which probably still wouldn’t bring the price tag to an unreasonable level, considering the apartment is only $2.395 million to begin with.

Another standout feature of this apartment is the wood beams and columns used throughout—and it’s not the boring polished wood you’d usually see in pricey Manhattan apartments, either. If you like that woody, natural feel, this one might be for you.

Photos: Citi Habitats.

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