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753 Sq. Ft. Creative Brooklyn Loft with a View

Today I ran into a modern yet creative small space I think you’ll like. Check out Ryan and Tony’s funky and cool Brooklyn loft with a view. They share this space with roommates.


Ryan says, “That’s how we afford this cool place. Sometimes there’s just two of us here, other times four or five.”

There are three bedrooms that they rent out.While the eclectic living area and kitchen are the common gathering place for everyone.

Inside this Brooklyn loft they have decorated and used a lot of space saving furniture and items from Ikea.

753 Sq. Ft. Creative Brooklyn Loft with a View

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Images © Adrian Briscoe

Find more photos and details on what functional furniture and fun space-saving things they found from Ikea here.

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Andrea has lived simply in small spaces for more than 7 years and enjoys sharing her space saving (and space multiplying) tips from experience.
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  • Steve May 30, 2015, 11:11 am

    ok! i love the view! and, what i saw of the layout was interesting, ikea products rock. but yikes, 753 square feet is on the biggy size of Tiny Homes and at $641 per square foot, according to “brooklyn real estate trends”, puts this rather rough looking rascal at a stout $482,673. sooo… living in a 2×4 loft with a futon seems a bit quirky, but i guess some folks dig the skyline enough to pay for it.

    personally i like the looks of a “tiny home on wheels”, i can go visit the chaos of big the city and then smile as i escape to the mellow life under the trees. oh, and at a cost savings of 90%, with more amenities, more flexibility, less debt, and by the way, real estate taxes on the 753 square foot puppy, oh, about $17,000 per year. yawn… i like my little home built with no debt. bring on the good life.

  • Karen R May 30, 2015, 11:21 am

    Great view and fun interior. I appreciate the minimal look, but I can’t live it.

  • Vee May 30, 2015, 8:04 pm

    Interesting and eclectic space. I would have liked to see more
    detail tho — I was struck by the neat storage under the loft!!

  • Kelly Libert February 27, 2016, 12:04 pm

    Ingenious use of space.
    In NYC, 753 square feet is a palace. In the late 1980’s, my ex and I paid $750/mos. + all utilities (water, private company trash collection, etc.) for a 420 sq.ft. 4th floor walk up one bedroom apartment in Hoboken with a sliver of a view of the Manhattan skyline from one window.
    Studio apartments in Manhattan, no more than about 200 sq.ft., were running around $1500/mos. I had a friend who threw in two twin size bunk beds and shared one with 3 other people. When you’re young in the city, you don’t spend much time at home, anyway. 🙂

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