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  • Carmel Place is a block of micro apartments
  • Carmel Place offers small apartments without the sacrifice
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Carmel Place is a block of micro apartments

Would you live in an apartment roughly the size of a one-car garage? Over 60,000 Americans would like to. With a growing number of people choosing to live alone, Carmel Place – a tower block of Manhattan's first micro apartments – is proving popular among New Yorkers.

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