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If a room is not a dining space, kitchenette, bathroom, foyer or hallway, then it can be termed a living room, according to the New York City Administrative Code. However, a bedroom can be marketed as a living room if it also does not function as any of the other rooms listed.
The minimum size of a living room is Continue reading
Out-of-towners invariably know two things about New York City apartments: Prices are high and kitchens are small.
But how many consumers and brokers alike know what a kitchen is? Yes, we have galley kitchens, country kitchens, eat-in kitchens and Pullman kitchens.
In fact, any space used for cooking either is a kitchen or a kitchenette, according to the city’s Administrative Code.
While a kitchen must contain 80 square feet, Continue reading