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Found: The Biggest Closets in Manhattan

Posted by: Maya Roney on July 27, 2007

Just as Manhattanites were beginning to embrace their closet-size apartments, a new development on this island is claiming to have the most expansive closet space ever offered in a residential building.

Most of the 29 condo units in the historic Apple Bank Building on the Upper West Side feature “wardrobe rooms” (so big they defy closet-status) that measure a delirious 16 by 18 feet. “The closets at The Apple Bank Building are perfect for the clotheshorse and shoe aficionado,” says a spokesperson.

Not only that, but the residences themselves are also enormous by New York standards, ranging from 1,359 to 4,500 square feet. Word has it that one dining room is nearly 600 square feet. But the extra space will cost ya: One, two, three and four bedroom units are now for sale from $1.85 million to $7.1 million.


Big is back baby. Better start shoe shopping…

Reader Comments

Developersagent com

July 28, 2007 9:13 PM

I sure wish a developer in DC would consider such practical spacing. Its been a while since I have found a client with a similar mindset.


July 29, 2007 9:13 AM

A closet that is almost 300 square feet! One has to wonder if the condos have any additional storage areas besides what is in the unit itself. In Florida, people would love the extra storage area - but in the residence?!

Personally, I would rather see the extra square footage in the living area, if there was additional storage areas outside of the unit itself.


December 4, 2007 11:41 PM

That surely is a nicely done up house with plenty of space. It wins the heart for its practical spacing. I have been looking for something like for sometime now. I did my search online, so I got see some good collection of houses. I was looking for houses in Seattle, I wish even here we had something like that. I searched on the resortscape, it gave some very good deals though. I have decided on a condo house in the Seattle region. I will leave the link and you can check it out:( ).

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