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First Open House & Showing February 9th
Pre-war. Renovated. Volume.
This renovated 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom quintessential downtown loft has undergone meticulous upgrades whilst maintaining much of its original character and pre-war charm. The expansive living room features 11-foot ceilings, a south-east exposure and measures almost 40 feet.
The lofts open concept flows seamlessly through to the chef's kitchen that features white sandstone countertops & counter seating for six. Enjoy a suite of luxury appliances including a Samsung cooker range, Samsung double fridge freezer, Whirlpool microwave oven and Bosch dishwasher. Off of the kitchen there is a large pantry closet and also a more formal dining area that can accommodate an 8-seat dining set. Set away from the living room and before the sleeping quarters, the apartment features a home office with custom built desk and storage.
The master suite is well sized and presents tremendous storage space, it features two large custom closets, a floor to ceiling shoe closet & additional hidden storage. The luxurious master bath is finished in white and grey porcelain tiles, dual sink, and a deep soak tub with rain shower. Bedrooms 2 & 3 are also sizable and feature additional storage space. The second full bathroom is complete with Carrera tiles and rain shower. The apartment also features a separate utility closet with new Bosch washer and dryer.
True to its form with preservation of the lofts original details that include the distinguished structural column in the living room, to the ornate framed closet in the entry way & tall 11-foot ceilings, this home makes a lasting impression. A special find.
Residents of The Potter Building at 145 Nassau Street enjoy a magnificent landscaped roof-deck with panoramic views, a new: lobby, hallways, elevators, laundry room plus storage rooms. City Hall Park is moments away and you will enjoy easy access to major transportation hubs, fine dining, The Oculus and shopping. The Seaport, Pier 17 and Tribeca are all within 5 minutes walking distance from the building.
The Potter Building was built in 1886 in the Beaux-Art style and was designated a New York City Landmark in 1996. The elaborate terra cotta-and-brick facade played an important part in the development of this type of building and is one of the most beautiful facades in Manhattan.
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