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NYC's Micro Apartments; All White Townhouse Asks $12.5M

What's happening up in the big apple, from Curbed NY...

1) Kip's Bay: New York City's apartments are about to get smaller than ever. The design for the city's first micro apartments was unveiled, and they will be modular little boxes no more than 370-square-feet.

2) Upper East Side: It's all white everywhere in this pricehopped townhouse on East 61st Street. The seller is interior designer Geoffrey Bradfield, and he decked the place out with some questionable clear furniture. The asking price has been chopped by more than 30 percent to $12.495 million.

3) Chelsea: A colorful two-family townhouse with a big backyard was just listed for $6.25 million, and apparently the seller is actor Ethan Hawke.

4) Harlem: Church-to-condo conversions are more common than one would think in New York, and a stunner of one just came on the in Harlem. The place is a former 1898 church and farmhouse with soaring cathedral ceilings, 47-foot-long great room, library, and more. It's asking $1,695,000.
· Curbed NY [ny.curbed.com]