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It may be hard to be a single woman in NYC, but for single dudes who enjoy the bachelor lifestyle, the city can be their perfect playground.
A 2015 New York Post article states that there are 38 percent more young female college grads than male. A 2014 BrickUnderground article puts the citywide male-to-female breakdown as 53 percent female and 47 percent male.
Even with a good supply of dates, a New York City bachelor needs the perfect pad to call home (and to take his dates home to). Here are four that work for the single lifestyle.
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This one-bedroom, one-bathroom Soho penthouse features large windows to let in the light and terrace off the dining room. The kitchen features stainless steel, colored lacquer, cerused oak, granite, porcelain tile, and the living spaces are polished concrete with a subtle matte finish. Additional features features include a Sonos music system with five speaker zones, and plenty of storage.
This condo-op has a modern industrial style with 14-foot, poured concrete ceilings, oversized windows and skyline views. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom, plus home office is located in a building that was converted from a warehouse and features a virtual doorman and package room.
Located in the Financial District’s W New York Downtown Residences & hotels, this penthouse has views of the Hudson and Statue of Liberty. The apartment may only have one bedroom and one bathroom in 708 square feet, but has 15-foot high ceilings. The floors are ebonized maple hardwood, and the kitchen features Italian lacquer cabinetry with Corian countertops and a glass backsplash. The bathrooms have stainless steel towel warmers and Toto toilets.
Described as an “industrial chic loft,” this West Village duplex has two bedrooms and three-and-a-half-bedrooms. The home features wall-to-wall windows with views of the Hudson, and a professional chef's kitchen lined in stainless steel. Bedrooms are located on the upper level and accessed by individual steel staircases, with the master suite featuring a large walk-in closet with floor-to-ceiling storage. The duplex is located in a full-service condominium with a doorman and concierge services, landscaped private mews, and access to an on site Equinox health club.