The New York Times regularly features a segment called ‘Who lives there’. It’s about unusual property in Manhattan and the people who live in it.
One of the properties featured is a quaint rooftop studio in the West Village. It sits atop a popular tea room and most people walking by will likely miss it. For the few that notice it, like the article mentions, it looks like a small cottage or artists studio dropped on top of the original building. Mary Biosic is lucky enough to have snapped up this place and calls it her first NYC home.
Read the story here.