When it comes to kitchens, there are two things we believe to be true: New York has an undeserved reputation for being the City That Never Cooks, and (with the exception of dealing with bed bugs) living through a kitchen renovation is one of the all-time most excruciating apartment-dwelling experiences.
This week's Fresh Start Fridays features four apartments whose kitchens won't need a visit from the contractor for a long, long time.
One-bed, one-bath, renovated loft at W. 42nd Street near Tenth Ave with southern exposure and chef's kitchen with slate countertops, Wolf range/cooktop, Fisher & Paykel double dishwasher, SubZero refrigerator, and oversized pantry. $775k, $1,867/maintenance.(Fern Hammond of Halstead Property)
Friday, March 19, 2010