Rental expert Cash Jordan and luxury real estate agent Erik Conover are offering up a unique look at some of the smallest apartments in all of New York City.
It’s a city that is known for its shoe boxes, so of course, we had to check them out for ourselves.
The smallest of the three apartments they toured clocks in at just 60 square feet and costs $1,095 per month!
The space is around 7 feet wide and comes equipped with a loft, small sink, mini-fridge, and a mounted TV. There’s also a tiny closet, a window that opens to a brick alley, and a shared bathroom in the hallway outside of the apartment.
“This studio is officially the smallest apartment in ALL of New York City…with just 60 ft.² of usable living space in this micro studio apartment!” the description reads. As it turns out, Jordan actually lived in this exact unit in the past, so he’s a bit of an expert on this one.
“Do you want to know something crazy that I didn’t tell you about this apartment? I lived in this exact unit in 2007. This exact unit. I lived here and I had like all this stuff I tried to move in and none of it fit so I had to throw away half my furniture and at the end of the day,” he explained in the video.
Check out the apartment for yourself in the video below:SKM: below-content placeholder