Floor-to-ceiling bookcase and 17-foot ceilings create the illusion of a massive space

Despite its parquet floors, this $2,950 per month studio apartment on East 46th Street in Turtle Bay is not your typical cramped mousetrap of a studio.

This one has 17-foot ceilings, which are glorious in themselves and allow for a lofted bedroom space.

You can also take advantage of the vast vertical space with a floor-to-ceiling bookcase that, like the apartment itself, is just begging to be filled....

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