Manhattan shoebox apartment: a 78-square-foot mini studio

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A couple years ago, Manhattan architect Luke Clark Tyler, lived in a 96 square foot apartment. Instead of upsizing with his latest move, he chose to squeeze …

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20 thoughts on “Manhattan shoebox apartment: a 78-square-foot mini studio

  1. A shoe box it’s bigger Very depressing video. It is just sad and the worst part he thinks it’s funny. I feel sorry for him 😬 not really he is just stupid πŸ˜‚

  2. This is what used to be called a room to rent, with, as per usual – a shared bathroom. Why dignify it by calling it a studio? Studios have their own bathroom and kitchenette.

  3. Misery …. I wonder why people who can't afford to live "decently" in Manhattan choose to stay there? Just move in the outer boroughs of the city where you can afford it and have your own bath and kitchen….. Its all connected with the NYC subway system anyway…..

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