Spotlight on Soho and Nolita's Luxe Loft Living

Written By Serena Horrigan | January 13, 2016 | Published in Elegran Insider, NYC Lifestyle
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Downtown Manhattan is synonymous with artsy, edgy chic; and these five luxe lofts in Soho and Nolita have maximum cool factor.

104 Wooster Street, Apt. 4S — This classic 3-bedroom Soho loft has interiors by the same team that designed Barneys, and that ultra-modern flare is on display in this sprawling, dark-wood beamed space.

A key-locked, private elevator opens into the great room, which features charcoal stained LV flooring, 12’ dark wood beamed ceilings and columns, and a white marble wood-burning fireplace. A chandeliered dining room is adjacent to a custom-designed eat-in kitchen with Thermador stainless steel appliances, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and Miele dishwasher. A custom-finished wine fridge enhances the kitchen’s sophistication. The media room features an exposed brick wall, and the master bedroom has three oversized closets, including a custom designed walk-in. The ensuite master bath has a dual basin vanity, a spa shower with dual rain showerheads, and a deep soaking tub. The loft has central air and is outfitted with a state of the art audio and automation system.

Amenities at this classic prewar loft building include doorman and concierge and private storage.

145 Sixth Avenue, Apt. 5 — This jaw-droppingly gorgeous, 5-bedroom loft with exposed metal beams and whitewashed exposed brick walls is pure industrial chic. The almost 3,600 sqft mixed-use space has been totally redesigned and gut renovated. This massive, corner residence and work space has oversized floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic south and east-facing views. Its raw space is completely customizable for you; use the proposed plans for the space or bring your own architect to the site to bring your unique vision to life for this one-of-kind loft.

145 Sixth Avenue is a pet-friendly doorman building approved for live/work opportunities.

285 Lafayette Street, Apt. 2B — Located in a 19th century chocolate factory converted into luxury condos by architect Costas Kondylis, this spectacular 4-bedroom Nolita loft is quintessential downtown luxury. A keyed elevator opens to 4,060 sqft of breathtaking loft space with 12-foot ceilings, rustic wood beams, classic cast-iron columns, and Brazilian Cherry hardwood flooring. 10’ windows offer sweeping western-facing views in the living and dining rooms. The chef’s kitchen overlooks the grand rooms, and features stainless steel Viking appliances, state-of-the-art wine fridge, black granite countertops, and custom, high-gloss, white lacquer cabinetry. The master bedroom suite has an elegant seating area, and the master bath features a freestanding Waterworks soaking tub, custom closets, and dual sink basins.

285 Lafayette Street is a luxuriously private full service doorman building with a landscaped roof deck and garden, 24-hour concierge, and private storage.

Brewster Carriage House, Apt. 2N — Featured in the February 2015 issue of Architectural Digest and for sale by this celebrity couple, this stunningly designed 1-bedroom loft is famous in its own right. Located in a former 19th-century carriage house, this 2,000 sqft space at 374 Broome street features rustic metallic finishes, exposed brick, and cast iron columns. The vast living room has a gas fireplace and large alcove library that can easily convert to a home office or guest quarters. The chef’s kitchen features a custom-built island, hand-laid mosaic tiling, and walk-in pantry with full size washer/dryer. The master suite offers an industrial chic design aesthetic with a walk-in closet with built-in wardrobe, and the spa-inspired master bath has a cast-iron soaking tub and radiant heat tile flooring.

The historic Brewster Carriage House is a full-service doorman building in the heart of Nolita.

The Ice House, Apt. 3F — As its name suggests, this converted Nolita loft building at 354 Broome Street was once an early 20th century ice house. This gut-renovated, 3-bedroom loft has north and western exposures, cast-iron columns, exposed brick walls, and high-gloss hardwood flooring. The open chef’s kitchen has an ultramodern island and integrated state of the art appliances. There are custom double closets and built-in bookshelves throughout the home.

Amenities at The Ice House include a doorman, landscaped garden and courtyard, bike storage, and laundry on each floor.

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